Eye Care for Life - Essentials


For young adults, typically 16-39, to ensure maintenance of healthy and comfortable vision

Frequency of consultation typically 1 year

Most adults under 40 enjoy healthy eyes and good vision. The most common problems for people in this age group are visual stress from use of screens, hostile environments such as air conditioning or air travel, eye injuries from work or sport, and UV exposure.Even on an overcast day harmful UV rays can damage the surface of the eye. Over time unprotected exposure to UV and blue light can increase the risk of certain types of cataract and has the potential to damage parts of the retina which can lead to significant loss of vision in later life.


A basic NHS Eye Exam includes:

 

  • History and Symptoms
  • Vision Assessment and refractive status
  • Binocular function and ocular balance assessment
  • Internal and external ocular health

In addition we may recommend the following extended clinical procedures:

  • Automated corneal shape measurement
  • Retinal imaging
  • Non-contact tonometry
  • Anterior eye imaging
  • Contact lens assessment if required 

 

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