Good eyesight is key
- The role of the test is to assess the quality of sight and diagnose visible and hidden eye problems, which do not require any treatment, only wearing glasses. The test takes from 20 to 30 minutes.
WHICH FULL TESTS DO WE OFFER?
- Optometric test: this specialised test diagnoses eyesight problems and identifies the corrective methods. Identifies such eye defects as: near-sightedness, far-sightedness, astigmatism, presbyopia as well as advanced vision dysfunctions: heterophoria, strabismus, anisometropia, issues with accommodation, convergence, divergence, and eyeball movement. Optometric testing is intended for adults.
- Orthoptist test: this specialised test diagnoses binocular eyesight problems and identifies corrective methods. Its goal is to identify all types of strabismus as well as issues with the placement and movement of eyeballs. The test is intended for children.
- Ophthalmologic examination: this specialised test diagnoses eyesight illnesses and the proper treatments. An ophthalmologist should be your first point of contact in emergency situations, such as injuries, foreign bodies or allergies. The test is intended for children and adults.
HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE TEST?
> take previous eye test results with you, if you have them
> there are no factors which prevent the test and you do not need a referral
> take your corrective eyeglasses with you, if you wear them
> if you are using contact lenses – take them out at least 30 minutes before the test
> arrive at the store at least 5 minutes before the hour of the test