EYE TESTS AT MAC NALLY OPTICIANS ON THE GREEN.

Regular eye tests are important because your eyes don’t usually hurt when something is wrong. A sight test is a vital health check for your eyes that can pick up early signs of eye conditions before you’re aware of any symptoms – many of which can be treated if found early enough.

WHAT YOUR EYE TEST WILL SHOW

A sight test will show if you need to get glasses for the first time or change your current glasses. A sight test will also include a general health check that can pick up early signs of eye disease before you’re aware of any symptoms. Some health conditions can affect the eyes such as:

  • Diabetes
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Glaucoma

YOUR SIGHT TEST

It’s recommended that adults have their eyes tested every two years, unless their ophthalmic practitioner advises them to have a sight test more often than that. A sight test will identify:

  • what your level of vision is
  • whether you need glasses to correct your sight

Your eyes and the area around them will be examined, to look for signs of injury, disease or abnormality. We will check your sight, the quality of your general vision functions and your overall ocular health.

If you already wear glasses or contact lenses, remember to take them with you to your sight test. You may be asked to wear them during the test.

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER A SIGHT TEST?

At the end of your sight test, your ophthalmic practitioner at Mac Nally Opticians on the Green will discuss the results with you. They will tell you whether:

  • your sight needs correcting
  • you need to be referred for further investigation

Book your eye test or health check today at Mac Nally Opticians on the Green by calling us on 01 676 9452, drop into the store on Stephen’s Green, or fill out the form below and we will be back to you within 24 hours.

BOOK AN EYE TEST TODAY.

Please note that the first appointment of the day is at 9:30am and the last appointment is at 5:00pm.

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