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Lynbrook Optical
A: Lynbrook Village Shopping Centre Shop 15,
75 Lynbrook Boulevard,, Lynbrook. VIC., 3975Australia
03 9702 9118

Eye Tests

Your eyes are a window to your health and a comprehensive eye test can tell us a lot more about your overall health than you think.

Your eyes are a window to your health and a comprehensive eye test can tell us a lot about your overall health.

03 9702 9118

Comprehensive eye exams near you in Lynbrook can pick up signs of diabetes, hypertension and high cholesterol as well as eye disease like cataract, glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration.

At Lynbrook Optical, we believe that regular eye tests and eye check-ups are crucial in maintaining your overall eye health. Its not only important to check if you need glasses, we take a holistic approach so we can detect any underlying issues before they become a problem.

Our friendly team are here to make sure that your eyes are in tip-top shape. We'll take the time to understand your needs and any concerns you may have. We'll give you a thorough examination, checking everything from your visual acuity to the health of the front and back of your eyes.

Our goal is to help you see the world in the best possible way.

We understand that everyone's eyes are unique, that's why we'll provide you with a personalized plan to manage and monitor your eye health. We invite you to schedule an appointment with us today and experience the difference that a comprehensive eye test in Lynbrook can make to your overall health and well-being.

Our Services

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Comprehensive Eye Exams

Not just vision checks but complete eye health assessments including checks for ocular disease such as cataract, diabetes, and glaucoma.

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Diabetes Eye Care

Primary eye care management of patients with diabetes, including dilated pupil examination and retinal imaging.

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Contact Lens Assessment

Complete contact lens care for new or experienced wearers including initial fitting, education, take home trial lenses and aftercare.

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Red Eye Relief

Eye infections, and allergies can spring up from time to time. Our optometrists can prescribe medications to help with red eyes.

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Paediatric Eye Care

We can assess and treat vision problems in children. With regular eye exams, you can help your child achieve the best possible vision.

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Digital Eye Strain Relief

In today's digital world, our eyes work overtime. We can evaluate and alleviate symptoms of eye strain caused by prolonged screen time.

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Urgent Eye Care

Something in your eye or a sudden loss of vision? We are here to help when you need it most. If its urgent we will see you today.

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Vision Reports

Assessment and reporting for Vic-roads, Vic-Pol, Workplace safety, and triage to appropriate private and public ophthalmology clinics.

Why are Regular Eyesight Tests Important?

Regular eye tests are essential for several reasons.

  1. 1. Early detection of eye conditions
  2. 2. Vision correction
  3. 3. Monitoring overall health
  4. 4. Prevention of eye strain and discomfort
  5. 5. Preserving Long-Term Vision

Overall, regular eye tests near you in Lynbrook are crucial for maintaining good eye health, detecting and managing eye conditions, ensuring proper vision correction, and monitoring overall health. It is recommended to have an eye check at least once every two years, or more frequently if advised by our optometrist in Lynbrook.

State-of-the-Art Technology and Personalized Care:

When you visit our clinic for an eye test or eye check-up near you in Lynbrook, you can expect the highest standard of care. Our experienced optometrist and staff utilize state-of-the-art technology and advanced diagnostic equipment to evaluate the health of your eyes accurately. From digital retinal imaging to visual acuity checks, we offer a range of eye tests and tools to provide a comprehensive assessment of your eye health.

Schedule Your Eye Test Today

At Lynbrook Optical, we provide top-notch eye care services tailored to your needs. Whether you need an eye test in Lynbrook or a thorough eye check-up, our dedicated team is here to provide exceptional care and address any concerns you may have. Our experienced optometrist serves eye care needs of patients looking for an 'eye test near me' in Lynbrook, Lyndhurst, Hampton Park, Cranbourne, Narre Warren, and Dandenong.

DR Amin Ali
Dr Amin Ali

Our Optometrist

Dr Amin Ali

Dr. Amin Ali is a highly skilled and compassionate optometrist who has been therapeutically endorsed by the Optometry Board of Australia. This means he has the expertise to prescribe medications to treat various eye conditions, such as infections, allergies, and dry eyes.

His educational background includes a Bachelor of Biomedical Science from Latrobe University, and a Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Melbourne, one of the top optometry programs in the country.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Eye tests at Lynbrook Optical are bulk billed which means that there are no out-of-pocket costs for a comprehensive eye examination for eligible medicare card holders. If you are not registered with Medicare the eye test will cost $78 and we will provide you an invoice to claim this back through your private health insurance.

Medicare will cover the cost of a comprehensive eye test every 3 years for patients under 65 years old and once every year if you're over 65. If you notice any changes to your eyes or vision before that time frame or you have an existing condition you can still get a bulk-billed eye test at Lynbrook Optical anytime.

Medicare will cover the cost of a comprehensive eye exam, however retinal imaging, contact lenses, glasses and additional tests such as contact lens fitting may incur an additional fee. We always discuss any additional costs with you before your examination or procedure and you may be able to utilize your private health insurance to cover these costs.

The duration of an eye exam can vary depending on your individual needs and the specific tests that are performed. On average a comprehensive eye exam can take up to 30 minutes, a little longer if you need dilating eye drops for a broader retinal check.

We start by getting to know you and taking your eye and medical history so we can determine the appropriate tests for you. Then we conduct a complete examination and testing including visual acuity checks, binocular vision assessment, refraction to determine your prescription, tonometry to check eye pressure, slit lamp to check the front of eye health and retinal imaging to check back of eye health. We then discuss the results and a management plan with you.

Yes we accept all health insurance policies that have optical extras cover. Ask our friendly staff for an on the spot quote.

Yes, our optometrists are trained to treat certain eye infections and injuries. If you are experiencing symptoms such as redness, pain, or discharge, please give us a call to schedule an appointment.

Yes, we do recommend that you make an appointment prior to visiting. This helps us ensure that we can provide you with the best possible service and attention during your visit. You can easily book an appointment online or give us a call.

In most cases you will be able to drive after a routine eye test, however, there are some circumstances that require the eye doctor to use dilating eye drops fro a wider retinal check. Your optometrist will inform you on the day if you need any drops which will temporarily impair your vision or ability to drive. If you cant have them on the day we can always schedule a review appointment to have the procedure done.

Yes. Our optometrists are therapeutically endorsed to prescribe schedule 4 topical medications to treat eye conditions including infection, allergy, and glaucoma. This also means we can use drops to dilate the pupil for the recommended yearly eye exam for all diabetics.

No. Optometrists are considered primary care providers and no referral is needed. Just book an appointment online or call us.

If you have an eye emergency outside of our business hours, please visit your nearest emergency department or the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital.