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Our office remains OPEN, as part of NSW essential services. As we use local suppliers, our supply chains for your glasses, contact lenses and sunglasses remain good. We always strive to provide a clean, comfortable and safe environment when you
We will be taking the World Sight Day Challenge this Thursday the 10th of October, donating all our examination fees and helping to give the gift of sight to people around the world who don’t have access to basic eye
Macular month in May has moved to include all macula disease, Aged related Macular Degeneration (AMD), Diabetic Retinopathy, and all other acquired and hereditary macula diseases. These diseases can have devastating impact on eyesight and regular eye tests are essential
West Ryde Optometrist Tom Geroulas is taking part in the World Sight Day Challenge in October to give the gift of vision to people who don’t have access to an eye exam or glasses. Now in its 12th year, this
The message is simple, get your eyes tested and beat ‘invisible’ Glaucoma. Are you one of the estimated 150,000 Australians that already have Glaucoma and don’t know it yet? Glaucoma is a silent eye disease, often occurring without any noticeable
People, especially those of you over 50 years, need to ‘ face the facts’ about Macular Degeneration. Macular Degeneration (MD) is the leading cause of blindness and severe vision loss in Australia 1 in 7 of people over 50 have
This Thursday the 13th of October will be taking part in the World Sight Day Challenge, by donating our examination fees to Optometry Giving Sight, the largest global fundraising campaign that addresses avoidable blindness, simply by providing an eye exam and
This week is Stroke Awareness Week, warning us about one of the leading causes of death and disability. One in six Australians will be affected by stroke in their lifetime. Strokes are caused by either a blood clot, or a