Nedlands, WA – Many people often ignore the hidden symptoms of eye problems, attributing them to stress, fatigue, lack of sleep, or coincidence. However, regular eye exams from an optometrist can detect various eye issues early on, such as cataracts, glaucoma, dry eye syndrome, myopia, astigmatism, conjunctivitis, and age-related macular degeneration.
Individuals experiencing double or blurred vision, light sensitivity, peripheral vision loss, irritated or watery eyes, or headaches in Nedlands, WA, can visit Ezekiel Eyes. As one of Western Australia’s leading practices, they are committed to providing high-quality care and eyewear to help patients achieve better eye health.
As a family-owned practice that has been around for decades, the optometrist Perth values the uniqueness of each patient and aims to make visual experiences effortless. Their comprehensive eye test approach includes understanding a patient’s goals and lifestyle requirements before examining their eyes and exploring available treatment options. The optometrists at Ezekiel Eyes closely assess eyesight, eye coordination, and eye health, in addition to checking for signs of underlying health conditions. With advanced technology like OCT screening, retinal photography, and optos scans, they can diagnose problems, detect infections, or monitor retina changes over time, ensuring patients receive accurate and efficient treatment.
Based on the findings and patients’ needs, an optometrist at the clinic may recommend spectacle lenses housed in stylish, distinguished, fun, and technologically advanced frame brands that suit their personalities, daily activities, or work environments. They can also custom make contact lenses whether rigid gas permeable, soft, scleral, X-chrome, monovision, or paediatric cataract. Since there are many contact lens types, the optometrist takes time to explain each one, how they work, their effects on a patient’s lifestyle, lens solutions, and the dos/don’ts.
When a person has dry eye, they don’t produce enough tears or don’t have the proper chemical composition to maintain overall eye health and clear vision. Although dry eye is part of the natural ageing process, it can also result from eyelid problems, a dry climate, general health problems, antihistamines, medication, or degenerative conditions. People with the condition experience red eyes, itchiness, scratchiness, burning/tingling sensations, and blurred vision. Excessive dry eyes may damage the eye tissue, make contact lens wear difficult, impair vision, or scar the cornea. While dye eye is incurable, Ezekiel Eyes prescribes treatments for patients’ eyes to remain healthy and their eyesight unaffected.
Some of the treatments an optometrist prescribes include using artificial tears, blinking more often, moisturising ointments, and increasing humidity at work/home. Alternatively, they can insert small plugs in the corner of the eyes to slow tear drainage, close ducts surgically, treat any underlying eyelid disease, or use intense pulsed light treatment. The optometrist may switch patients to a different type of contact lenses, recommend wearing them for fewer hours each day, or discontinue their use altogether until the problem clears.
To learn more about contact lenses, glasses, or dry eye treatment, visit the optometrist’s website or call (08) 9386 3620 to schedule an eye test. Ezekiel Eyes is at 69 Hampden Road, Nedlands, WA, 6009, AU.
(08) 9386 3620
69 Hampden Road
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