We like to call these 3D scans the “MRI” scan of your eyes. Glaucoma and macula disease can damage your eye health and cause permanent irreversible vision loss. These scans pickup any signs of disease to help preserve your vision.
We fit sclerals for keratoconus and post-corneal grafts, and orthokeratology (OrthoK) contact lenses for myopia control
Our comprehensive exams are not rushed, we take the time to optimise your vision. We use advanced technology including 3D eye scans (OCT) and corneal topography to ensure your eyes are healthy. We dilate your pupils when indicated.
We are a CASA credentialed Optometrist and report direct to CASA via the AVMED portal.
It was my first time visiting an Optometrist in some years and I was very happy with the service Dr John provided.
An extremely thorough eye examination, from a trained professional.
Great to have found a local practice and I highly recommend him
I highly recommend the Optometrist , John Boulos who has assessed my eyes at two different practices. He is professional, thorough and experienced. John takes time to explain things and delivers a very personalised service. It is refreshing to attend such an individualised practice. With John, you will be in safe hands for all your eye care needs.
I found John very comforting during my eye examination. The technology available here is second to none. I would give more than 5 stars if I could.
Highly recommended for those who are after a thorough eye exam.
John was very helpful and had the latest equipment for specific testing. Booking was quick and painless, my script was updated and John helped me to select some new frames for an updated look. I’m really pleased with the decision and will be returning for regular checks.
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