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Comprehensive Eye Examination for Adults (For Cataract/Glaucoma/Macular Degeneration) (DREYE01)

Comprehensive Eye Examination for Adults (For Cataract/Glaucoma/Macular Degeneration) (DREYE01)

$800.00

Comprehensive Eye Examination for Adults

Most people often use computers and different screen devices for a long time, which can easily put pressure on the eyes, so eye health cannot be ignored. However, the initial symptoms of many eye diseases have no obvious impact on vision, and they have already caused irreversible damage to vision when they are discovered. This examination provides different vision tests that can assist in the early detection of any underlying eye disease so that the most appropriate treatment plan can be established for the patient.

*Suitable for the initial checking of cataract, glaucoma, macular degeneration, etc.
*Report interpretation & conclusive advice by ophthalmologist

Characteristics A cataract is the most common type of age-related degeneration of the lens of the eye. As
you age, a cataract is when the lenses in your eyes become cloudy and your
vision gradually gets blurry.
Symptoms - Clouded or Blurred vision
- Sensitivity to light, glare and have double vision
- Dim and distorted vision
- Decreased night vision
high-risk
individuals
- Excessive sunlight exposure
- Smoking
- High myopia (600 Degrees or more)
- Diabetes
- Use of certain medications eg. Steroids

Surgery is the only cure for cataracts. At present, the technology of cataract is mature, the wound is small and the recovery is fast. During cataract surgery, the doctor removes the cloudy lens from the patient and inserts an intraocular lens. There are different options for intraocular lenses, including:

Monofocal Lens Multifocal Lens Multifocal Lens
(Extended depth of focus (EDOFs))
Characteristics a fixed single focus see well at
far and near focusing points
have an elongated
focus and a deeper depth of vision
Vision Can
provide far, medium and near vision clarity, after surgery or need to wear
glasses. If you want to reduce your dependence on glasses after a single
focal length artificial chip, you can use Monovision therapy, which uses the
chip to adjust one eye to see near and the other to see far things. The brain
needs time to adapt after surgery. Your doctor will assess suitability before
surgery.
There
are different focal length on the lens to focus light at different distances
on the retina. The advantage is that patients can see far and near images
without wearing glasses.
The
lenses have an elongated focus and a deeper depth of vision than conventional
monofocal lenses. It achieves satisfactory far and intermediate visions, but
the near vision is weaker than multifocal lenses.
Availability
of Toric Lens
Yes Yes Yes
Notice Inability
to focus both near and far vision
The
brain needs time to adapt to the new way of seeing images after surgery.
There is a chance of halo and glare after surgery, and the clarity of the
dark environment will be poor.
Not as sharp as
multifocal lens

*Please note: The above content is for reference only. Ophthalmologists will evaluate the most suitable intraocular lens solution according to individual circumstances after the patient undergoes preoperative examination.

  Glaucoma Macular Degeneration
Characteristics Glaucoma are eye conditions associated with damage of the optic nerve (which connects the eye to the brain) and the nerve fibres from the retina (the light-sensitive nerve tissue that lines the back of the eye). Glaucoma often affects both eyes, usually to varying degrees. If left untreated, glaucoma will cause progressive loss of outer field of vision (peripheral vision), then developed tunnel vision, and resulted in permanent total blindness.

- Chronic Glaucoma
Chronic glaucoma often has no symptom in its early stage. In the
advanced stage, patient may only see with central vision (i.e.
tunnel vision) and have difficulty in seeing surrounding objects. It
can result in total blindness if the disease further deteriorates.

- Acute Glaucoma
Acute Glaucoma is characterized by a very rapid rise in eye
pressure (intraocular pressure).
The macula is the central portion of the retina where 90% of photoreceptors locate in this area. It is responsible for central vision of the eye, the ability to see fine details and to recognize colours, so it is important to keep your macula healthy in order to see clearly.
Symptoms Chronic glaucoma usually has no obvious symptoms
- Eye Pain
- Eyes redness
- Blurred vision
- Headache
- Nausea & vomiting
- Peripheral vision loss
-Center vision blurred
- Distorted vision
- Center vision appears with black dots
- Size change (e.g. in small
characters), bent lines,
decreased intensity or
brightness of colors
High-risk individuals - Over 40 years old
- Being high nearsightedness (myopia)/ farsightedness (hypermetropia)
- Having diabetes
- Suffering from hypertension
- Suffering from cardiovascular disease
- Having a history of eye injury
- Long-term use of steroids
- Over 50 years old
- Smoking
- Excessive sun exposure
- Genetic factors

*Please note: The above information is for reference only, if you have any questions about the symptoms, please consult your doctor.

Included items:

  • Visual Acuity Test
  • Color Vision Test (Color Blindness)
  • Tonometry : Glaucoma
  • Slit-Lam Biomicroscopy : Cataract
  • Ophathalmoscopy : Retinal Diseases
  • Binocular Vision
  • Ocular Examination
  • Eye examination report with doctor’s comment & suggestion by ophthalmologist
  • Report interpretation & conclusive advice by ophthalmologist during the examination

    1.Jordan-Polyhealth Specialists
    1/F, Pearl Oriental Tower, 225 Nathan Road, Jordan, Kowloon (MTR Jordan Station Exit C1)

    2.Tseung Kwan O- Polyhealth Specialists
    Shop No. B01b, Park Central, 9 Tong Tak Street, Tseung Kwan O, NT (MTR Tseung Kwan O Station Exit B2) (Entrance at Tong Yin Street)

    • The ophthalmologist may perform “Pupil Dilation, Please note the following:
    • a) Vision blurs when viewing near objects 
      b) Having slight photophobia
      c) Do not drive afterward 
      d) Please bring sunglasses 
      e) The effect generally disappears after 4 to 6 hours
    • The service is only available in designated specialist centre.

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