While most cataracts occur in adults over 60, cataracts also impact around 1 in 5000 children in Australia* and if left untreated, can lead to blindness. Cataracts can be a serious eye health probl...

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Bacterial keratitis is an infection of the cornea that is caused by bacteria. It usually affects contact lens wearers, but it can affect anyone. Developing quickly, if left untreated bacterial kera...

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Good vision helps you perform all of life's tasks easily and comfortably, be that at home, work, school or behind the wheel. A regular eye exam is one of the best ways of protecting your eyesig...

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Vision changes can occur in your child without you or your child noticing them. It is suggested that children receive an eye examination once every two years, or more frequently if your Optometrist...

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Australians are amongst the largest consumers of alcohol in the world, with many of us enjoying an alcoholic beverage at least once a week. We all know that alcohol, particularly a high consumption...

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While many people choose eyeglasses based on comfort and aesthetics, it’s also vital to choose the right lens type as it can affect the quality of your vision and impact your overall safety. ...

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Have you been told you are unable to wear contact lenses due to an irregular cornea or other eye condition? Don’t give up, ask your optometrist about scleral contact lenses and whether they m...

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An optical phenomenon that appears when sunlight and atmospheric conditions are just right, rainbows are one of nature’s most beautiful and intriguing displays. Have you ever wondered how and...

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