Because eyesight is precious and good sight and healthy eyes aren’t optional, we offer three levels of eye examinations from a basic sight test right up to to the most detailed examination using the latest technology.
NHS Sight Test: Free
(subject to eligibility)
Private Eye Test including Optomap retinal imaging: £55
(£35 supplement if eligible for NHS sight test)
Comprehensive Eye Examination: £80
(£60 supplement if eligible for NHS sight test)
This is our gold standard in eye care and includes both Optomap imaging and OCT retinal scans.
Monthly Payment Plans
Our Eye Care plan is a new affordable and easy way to access the best eye care at a small monthly cost.
Regular eye care when combined with the latest diagnostic instruments gives us the best chance of detecting treatable eye problems early.
As well as receiving the best eye care you can also take advantage of our year-round exclusive benefits too.
Eye Care Plan
For £8 a month you will receive:
Comprehensive eye examinations, tailored to you
Routine interval for eye examinations will be 12 months but the service is not limited to this, meaning we will conduct eye examinations as often our Optometrists believe it is needed.
Testing will include the use of our Optomap & OCT Scanners when required, giving our Optometrists a more detailed picture of the health of your eyes.
Exclusive year-round discounts and bespoke styling consultations
Receive 20% OFF any glasses purchased
Personalised appointment service with our in-house team
Interest-free payments, you can spread the cost over 10 months - ask in practice for details
VIP invitations to new brand launches and practice events
We have designed our own comprehensive Eye Care plans as we believe everyone deserves the best eye care.
For more information on our Eye Care Plans or any other services,
please call the practice on 01792 643823.
Every day in Wales nearly 3 people lose their sight. The RNIB has estimated that 50% of cases of blindness and serious sight loss could be prevented if detected and treated in time
To help us detect treatable eye diseases earlier we have invested in the latest diagnostic technology. Our Optomap and OCT retinal scanners are powerful diagnostic instruments that are able to show so much more detail than traditional methods or simple retinal photography. The scans are safe, non-invasive and painless tests that give us invaluable information to help pick up the subtlest of changes to your retina.
The Optomap images the surface of the retina and allows us to see in a single image so much more detail than traditional methods or retinal cameras.
The OCT scans the layers of the retina which helps us to detect and monitor treatable eye conditions more easily, such as glaucoma and wet age related macula degeneration.
No need to wait for results either. We review and explain your scan results with you during your consultation.
Children's Eye Care
Eye examinations are FREE for all children and paid for by the NHS
An NHS sight test is free for all children under the age of 16 and also for all young people in full time education under the age of 19. In addition to this if glasses are needed an NHS voucher is provided that enables them to choose from a fabulous range of FREE GLASSES or it can be used against a wider choice of affordable frames.
FREE Optomap retinal imaging (usually costing a £35.00 supplement) We include free Optomap retinal imaging as part of an NHS sight test for children, when requested by our Optometrists. This helps us to see a much wider view (about 80%) of the retina which can also be used for future comparison.
Children may not be aware of or be able to explain their vision difficulties
Poor eyesight can have a significant effect on children’s ability to learn and on their behaviour – yet often goes unrecognised by teachers, parents and by children themselves and – as a parent – you may not notice any problems.
First eye test?
Children’s eyes should be tested before they start full time school. There are techniques and ways of testing children’s sight for all ages, even newborns. They do not have to be able to read letters on a test chart to have a thorough eye examination.
Eight is too late!
The sooner vision problems are detected – the better the outcome. Many childhood eye conditions, such as squints (strabismus) and lazy eye (amblyopia), can be treated if they are picked up early, especially during the early school years.
Urgent Eye Care
Our optometrists are accredited to perform Eye Health Examinations (EHEW’s) which are part of the Welsh Eye Care Service (WECS). These examinations won’t cost you anything and could save your sight.
Red eye? Painful eye? Sticky discharge? Light ﬂashes? New ﬂoaters? New or Sudden Double vision? Sudden change or loss of vision?
If you have any of the above symptoms or if you have any concerns at all about your eyes please call the practice straight away on 01792 643823. (Or 111 if out of hours).