A Proactive Approach to Eye Health
Protect your eyes and eyesight with regular eye examinations! Eyesight is one of the most important and valued senses we have. Clear vision involves a complex and intricate process of gathering, focusing and translating light into images. As we get older, the eye and its sensitive mechanisms are susceptible to damage and disease. Being alert to changes in vision is important in picking up eye diseases.
EYE SCREENING TREATMENT
YOUR VISION'S FIRST LINE OF DEFENCE
At TSEC, our eye screenings are thorough and tailored to individual needs. Using state-of-the-art equipment, we assess various aspects of eye health and vision. Whether it's a routine check or a more detailed assessment, we ensure accurate results and personalised recommendations.
WHAT IS EYE SCREENING?
MOST ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: How often should I get an eye screening?
A: It's recommended to have regular screenings every 1-2 years, or as advised by your ophthalmologist.
Q: What's the difference between an eye screening and an eye exam?
A: While screenings are general checks for vision problems, eye exams are more comprehensive and can diagnose specific conditions.
Q: Can eye screenings detect all eye diseases?
A: Screenings can detect many common conditions, but some diseases may require specialized tests.
Q: Are eye screenings painful?
A: No, they are non-invasive and typically painless.
Q: At what age should I start getting regular eye screenings?
A: Starting in childhood is ideal, but adults, especially those over 40, should prioritize regular screenings.