Eye Refraction

This is an examination of the eye to evaluate the patient’s visual acuity and to identify what prescription is required for glasses. All patients who do a Full Eye Examination will receive this test as a part of the examination, however this service is offered by itself if the patient so chooses.


Full Eye Examination

This is an examination of the eye that requires dilation of the patient’s eye and will take about 45 minutes to complete. Patients who have symptoms of eye disease are recommended to have this examination but ALL patients over the age of 40 years are encouraged to do this examination yearly to screen for sight threatening eye diseases such as Glaucoma.


Prescription glasses

These are glasses that are recommended by a doctor to improve the vision. There are made to the specifications of a prescription that is given to you and should be renewed every one to two years.

Optical Frames

We offer a wide range of optical frames to fit each person’s face. We believe the shape of your face is perfect and have trained our dispensing optician to choose the perfect shape to accentuate your face and make you feel confident in your glasses. See some of our frames here. 

Optical Lenses

We offer a full selection of lenses. The type of lens you require will be based on the prescription recommended by your doctor. Our dispensing optician will help you to make the right selection based on your needs and means. Some of the features which can be added include:

Single Vision Lens

These lens have only once section and are used to correct the near distance or far distance vision. It is most commonly used in patients under the age of 40

Bifocal Lens

These lens have two sections the top section which is used to correct the distance vision and a bottom section, within a semi-circle, which is used to correct the near vision. It is most commonly used for patients over the age of 40.

Progressive Lens

These lens have three sections, the top for far distance, the middle for arms length away and the bottom for near vision. There is no demarcation of each section on the lens. It is most commonly used in patients over the age of 40 who use the computer regularly.

Anti-Reflective Coating

Anti-Reflective Coating

This is a coating that improves the vision and decreases the glare from the computer and other electrical devices. It also makes your glasses look more attractive by eliminating reflections from the surface of the lenses.

Photochromic Lens

Photochromic Lenses

Commonly known as “Transition lenses “, these are lenses that darken when exposed to sufficient UV light from the sun. It is especially good for patients who are affected by the brightness of the sun but it is recommended for all patients.

Blue Guard Lens

Blue Guard Lenses

This lenses includes a filter which blocks harmful blue light that is emitted from our common electronic devices such as our phone table and television.


Polycarbonate Lenses

These are light weight lenses made of plastic which are very impact resistant. It is good for children and persons who have frames that do not have a rim around the lenses. It also has the added benefit of providing 100% UV protection



A tint can be added in variable ways. You can choose the darkness, colour and way in which you would like the tint to be applied. It can cover the entire lens or mostly the top of the lens tapering off to the bottom of the lens. That is referred to as a gradient tint.

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