Sight Examinations

Enhanced Eye Examination (Edgbaston Clinic)

Our Enhanced eye test is a comprehensive examination that includes a complete diagnostic evaluation.
Especially advisable for patients with history of glaucoma, macular degeneration or any other eye conditions in the family.

  • History and Symptoms
  • Ophthalmoscopy (internal eye check)
  • Refraction (checking your prescription)
  • Anterior Eye Examination
  • Intra-ocular pressures (checking eye pressure)
  • Zeiss Goldman Flelds Test (comprehensive peripheral vision check)
  • VisioniX Diagnostics (7 diagnostic tests)
  • Heildberg Spectralis OCT (Retinal Deep 3D Imaging)
  • Results and Recommendations
  • Nutritional Advice for healthy eyes and tears
  • Referral for further investigation if required

Comprehensive Eye Examination

  • History and Symptoms
  • Ophthalmoscopy (internal eye check)
  • Refraction (checking your prescription)
  • Intra-ocular pressures (checking eye pressure)
  • Fields Test (basic peripheral vision check)
  • Results and Recommendations
  • Referral for further investigation if required
  • Nutritional advice for healthy eyes and tears

Our Optometrist with recommended any additional tests should they be required.

NHS Funded Eye Tests

The NHS Eye Test is the basic test available to entitled NHS patients.

  • History and Symptoms
  • Ophthalmoscopy (internal eye check)
  • Refraction (checking your prescription)
  • Intra-ocular pressures (checking eye pressure)
  • Fields Test (basic peripheral vision check)
  • Results and Recommendations
  • Referral for further investigation if required

The NHS provide a routine eye test once every two years and every year if you are over 70, are diabetic, have glaucoma or have family history of glaucoma.

If you are entitled to the NHS Sight Test, you can still access the additional benefits included in our Enhanced Eye Examination and the fee will be reduced by the amount claimed from the NHS.
Below is a list of people entitled to NHS sight test.

  • You are under 16
  • You are 16,17 or 18 in full-time education
  • You are 60 and over
  • You are reigistered aspartially sighted or blind
  • You have been diagnosed with diabetes or glaucoma
  • You are over 40 and your mother, father, sibling or child has been diagnosed with glaucoma
  • You have been advised by an ophthalmologist that you’re at risk of glaucoma
  • You are a prisoner on leave from prison
  • You have complex prescription
  • You get Income Support
  • You get Income- based Jobseekers Allowance
  • You get Income- based Employment and Support Allowance
  • You get Pension Credit
  • You get tax credits and meet the criteria
  • You get Universal Credit and meet the criteria
  • You have HC2 certificate