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Comprehensive Eye Examination

Comprehensive Eye Examination

With the ubiquitous power of computers, communication, and consumer electronics (3C products) in our lives, in addition to using computers at work, more and more people are now looking at their mobile phones anytime, anywhere, even while waiting for the bus, we cannot stop browsing social media on the phone. Indulging use of our eyes may lead to early eye diseases, such as high myopia, eye floaters, etc. Furthermore, it could result in ciliary muscle spasm resulting in pain around the eye and migraine-like headache as well as pseudomyopia.

Many early symptoms of eye disease are unnoticeable and do not have a significant impact on vision. But when we get used to it and neglected its severity all along, the damage irreversible could have been occurred to our eyesight. Therefore, it is essential to have regular eye examinations. The comprehensive eye examination programme is a detailed ophthalmic and optometric check conducted by a registered optometrist. In addition to detecting common eye problems such as myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and amblyopia, it allows for the timely detection of more serious eye diseases such as early retinopathy, cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration.

Why do I need a comprehensive eye examination?


In general, eye diseases are not easily detected except for those affecting vision, so an in-depth eye examination is needed to find out if your eyes are in good shape. People with family history of eye disease and those at risk (e.g. adults aged over 40) are having a higher risk of eye diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration and retinal degeneration. For above members, regular comprehensive eye examinations should be conducted to help detect eye problems early and receive appropriate treatment.

A comprehensive eye examination encompasses a deeper level of visual testing, including closer inspection of the internal structure of the eye. With the professional judgement of an optometrist, you can uncover any underlying symptoms or conditions.

Comprehensive Eye Examination

Vivid Eye Centre's comprehensive Eye Examination Package offers 10 ophthalmic and optometry checks conducted by a registered optometrist for all ages. In addition to detecting general refractive errors, such as the degree of myopia and hyperopia, the package also looks into common eye problems such as astigmatism, squint and amblyopia. What’s more, it allows for the timely detection of more serious eye diseases such as early retinopathy, cataracts, macular degeneration and glaucoma.

Comprehensive Eye Examination Package (aged 7 or above) includes following items:

Vision Acuity

Vision Acuity Visual Acuity


Refraction(Myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism check)Refraction


Pupillary ReflexPupillary Reflex

Intraocular Pressure Check

Intraocular Pressure CheckIntra-ocular Pressures

Squint, Ocular Mobility Examination

Squint, Ocular Mobility ExaminationSquint, Ocular Motility Examination

Colour Vision Tests

Colour Vision Tests(to test the ability to distinguish colours)Color Vision Tests


Dilated Fundoscopic ExaminationStereopsis

Slit Lamp Examination

Slit Lamp ExaminationSlit Lamp Examination


StereopsisDilated Fundal Examination

External Eye & Retinal Examination

External Eye & Retinal ExaminationInternal and External Ocular Health

Comprehensive eye examination for children aged 3 to 6 Click here

Eye Examination Schedule

Eye Examination Schedule


A comprehensive vision screening should be conducted every year to ensure normal sight
development and to detect or monitor any eye diseases.

Eye Examination FAQ

Approximately 1 - 1.5 hours

The optometrist will explain and analyse your report on the day of your eye examination

Any eye problems found after the eye examination will be referred to an in-house ophthalmologist.

Enquiry & Appointment

We will contact you and confirm your booking.