George Optical is committed to provide our patients not only the right prescription grade, but also deliver total eye and vision care at its best.
George Optical Optometrists are all licensed, highly qualified, experienced, dedicated and caring. We continuously update and equip them with the latest eye examination instruments and latest developments in the optometry practice.
At George Optical, we go beyond simple eye refraction. We put patients' well-being first. We commit to provide our patients not only the right prescription grade, but also deliver total eye and vision care at its best.
Accurate prescription achieved through a series of tests for patients.
This is the guiding principle that makes every George Optical Optometrists and service professionals proud of; and it is made possible through our latest, top-of-the-line examination instruments and equipment, backed by our unwavering passion towards patient well-being.
An investigation of the patient's vision discomforts, vision requirements, general and eye health background through a series of questions.
Evaluates specific aspects of visual function and eye health.
Evaluates how clearly each eye is seeing at far and at near.
Measures the curvature of the cornea - the clear outer surface of the eye. This is important for determining the "base curve" of the contact lenses.
Determines the appropriate lens power to compensate for errors of refraction such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism or presbyopia.
|Eye Focusing, Eye Teaming, and Eye Movement Testing
Asses accommodation, ocular motility and binocular vision to determine how well the eyes function individually and together.
Ability of both eyes to work together. The brain fuses the images each eye sees in order to create one clear picture. Eye coordination is a developed skill and done properly, keeps the eyes in proper alignment. Poor eye coordination is often successfully treated with eyeglasses or the correction of other eye conditions, such as nearsightedness and farsightedness.
|Eye Health Evaluation
Examines the external and internal parts of the eye, including the cornea, eyelids, conjunctiva, surrounding eyetissue, lens, and retina. Doctors may also measure the pressure within the eye to determine possibility of glaucoma.
Additional testing to confirm or rule out possible problems, and to provide clarification or further assessment.