Ophthalmologists in Melbourne Transforming the eye care experience
A welcoming, kind and compassionate team focused on
delivering an exceptional level of care.
How we can help
A comprehensive range of eye assessments and treatments conveniently under one roof.
Cloudy areas that develop in the eye lens.
A normal lens is crystal clear and lets light pass to the back of the eye. When you have a cataract, light can't get through as easily. This often results in poorer vision and glare at night.
Excess pressure in the eye that can damage the optic nerve.
Some pressure in the eye is normal and safe. However too much pressure can impact the optic nerve. This may result from eye injury, inflammation or blocked blood vessels.
Diabetic Eye Disease
A group of eye conditions that affect people with diabetes.
Most people consider sight to be their most precious sense so it is critical to be aware of the risk of diabetic eye disease and to understand how to prevent its onset.
Diseases that cause progressive loss of central vision.
The macula is part of the retina responsible for central and fine detail vision. Macular degeneration refers to a group of diseases of the retina that cause progressive vision loss.
Why choose us
Why choose us
Warm and welcoming
with easy parking
From start to finish, we're here to look after you.
Contact our team via phone or contact form and complete the patient registration form
You will be booked in to see our orthoptist for initial tests and an eye examination
You'll have a consultation with an ophthalmologist to discuss your symptoms and diagnosis
Receive your tailored treatment plan outlining your options and the costs involved
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