comprehensive eye exam

Comprehensive Eye Exams

At Brazionis Eyecare, we believe that prevention is better than cure. That's why our Comprehensive Eye Exams are vital for ensuring your eyes are thoroughly tested to reach your best vision.

Conditions that we can detect and help you manage include:


Short-sightedness (myopia or near-sightedness) is difficulty focusing on objects that are in the distance


Blurred or distorted vision at all distances

Red Eyes

Red, itchy, watery and gritty eyes.

Dry Eyes

Dry Eyes are common and occurs when tears aren’t able to provide adequate moisture.

Macular Degeneration

Macular Degeneration is damage to the nerves in your eyes, and causes loss of vision in the centre of your field of view.


Long-sightedness (hyperopia) is difficulty focusing on objects that are close


Cartaracts are clouding of the lens in the eye that affects vision. Cataracts are very common in older people


Glaucoma occuirs when the nerve connecting the eye to the brain is damaged, usually due to high eye pressure. This causes vision loss.

Retinal Detachment

An emergency where the back layer of the eye (retina) separates from the layer of blood vessels.

What makes our Eye Exams better?

We are unique from other optometry practices because we spend the time to guide you through the potential confusion of an eye exam. In addition to that, we provide you with personalised care and information about your eye heatlh. 

Our team of professional optometrists understand that there are many factors that can cause your eyes to blur during an eye exam. Concentration can lead to infrequent blinking, making objects blurry, or you may have a common case of dry eyes. Therefore with patience and understanding, we work with you to thoroughly assess your eyes to tailor a custom solution to suit your needs and preferences.

We also offer the following:

How often should I get a Comprehensive Eye Exam?

Maintaining strong and ongoing eye health can be achieved by attending regular eye exams. We generally recommend eye exams at least every two years. For those aged 40+ years, we recommend once a year.

Early detection of changes to your eyes is crucial. Some diseases, such as glaucoma, show no symptoms and the only way to detect these diseases is through a Comprehensive Eye Exam. The risk of developing eye diseases increases as we age, particularly for those aged 40+ years. That’s why we recommend Comprehensive Eye Exams at least once a year so that we can assess the risk factors for developing eye diseases.

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