Centre Vision is an independently owned and operated optometrist who look after Cremorne residents with vision problems. Our services include eye exams and appropriate prescriptions, and we correct vision problems with various glasses or contact lens options. We also have orthokeratology treatment for correction eyesight problems at night, and various means for assisting those with more serious vision conditions.

Low Vision Aids Cremorne

Those suffering macular degeneration can benefit greatly from many modern devices. High powered spectacles and magnifying glasses are straightforward to use, though their benefits are limited. More advanced technology aids reading by uses electronic magnification units to put text onto a high quality television monitor. Alternately, text can be read allowed by a computer.

For low vision aids Cremorne based Centre Vision has many helpful options. Items such as large button phones, talking clocks and magnifying mirrors make daily tasks much easier for the vision impaired.

Glasses Cremorne

Centre vision supplies glasses for Cremorne residents. Minor vision issues can often be satisfactorily treated with suitable glasses. Prescriptions must be accurate, but many find glasses are no real inconvenience. Some even find the right frames complement their appearance.
In addition to the many styles of frames available glasses can also perform many different functions. Some of these variations are for different eye conditions; others are a matter of an individual’s preference. Sunglasses, transition lenses that vary with bright light and anti-reflective lenses have always been popular choices. Modern customers can also use tri focal glasses, with a middle focal distance designed for computer screens.

Contact Lenses Cremorne

Contact lenses are an alternative to glasses. Fitting directly over the eye they are almost unnoticeable, yet provide very satisfying vision correction. Modern options include disposable lenses that need daily or monthly replacement, coloured lenses, hard lenses, lens that can be left in a night, and Ortho K lens to correct day vision when worn at night.

Ortho K Neutral Bay

This is another term for Orthokeratology, where lens are worn at night to correct daytime vision. This is a non-surgical method using rigid lenses to correct the physical shape of the eye while the patient is asleep. They must be designed specifically for each patient, and require similar adjustment to regular contacts, but their ability to correct vision is impressive. Centre eyes prescribes lens for and supports orthokeratology; Cremorne residents have several options for vision correction.

Centre Vision is a Bulk Billing Optometrist, Cremorne residents can benefit from our services with eye exams, glasses, contacts and prescriptions with all the appropriate government billing and rebates.