covid 19 lockdown 2021

As all South Australians are aware, we are currently in a state of lockdown due to a recent COVID-19 outbreak. As a result, all optometry practices have been advised that they must close until advised otherwise for at least a week commencing 6pm Tuesday 20th July 2021. We anticipate opening […]

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six day lockdown update

Due to the change in the government’s COVID Circuit Breaker 6 day lockdown we will now be opening from Monday 23rd November onwards and will be operating under our normal business hours. We will still be observing the current recommendations regarding 1 person per 4 square meters and hand sanitisation […]

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normal opening hours

Important Health Update: COVID-19 [6th May 2020] After hibernating our practice for a month and with the introduction of relaxed guidelines with regard to COVID-19, we have decided to open our practice again and resume normal business hours from Monday 11th May. At our practice, we take the health and safety of […]

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updated opening hours

As the threat of Coronavirus is gradually diminishing we will be opening our practice in stages as recommended by Optometry Australia. We will now be open Tuesdays for medical emergency cases only as well as replacement of lost or broken glasses and ordering of contact lenses. Unfortunately there will be […]

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coronavirus update

Due to government restrictions placed on businesses as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic with regard to social distancing and staying at home when possible, we have regrettably made the decision to temporarily close our practice. This action has been taken in consideration of public health and the health of […]

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why are my pupils dilated in the exam?

During your eye examination it may be necessary to dilate your pupils with dilating eye drops. This video describes what the optometrist sees when examining the retina (the light-sensitive tissue at the back of the eye), the macula (the part of the retina needed for sharp, central vision) and the […]

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what is an optical CT scan?

An Optical CT scan or OCT scan stands for “Optical Coherence Tomography”. It is similar to the CT scan or CAT scan that most people have heard of except it has been specifically designed for imaging the soft tissue of the eye using low coherence light to capture multi-dimensional images. […]

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