1. Eye Screening

An eye screening determines whether you may need spectacles, by identifying possible visual impairment or eye conditions that are likely to lead to vision loss.

Jansen Vorster Optometrists offer visual screenings to children and adults to ensure early detection. Furthermore, the following screenings are available:

  • Driver’s license screenings (No cost involved)
  • Forklift Licence Screenings

For any screenings, please contact our reception for availability with one of our optometrists to avoid disappointment.

2. Eye Test / Examination

A comprehensive eye test (examination) is recommended every two years for adults and every year for contact lens wearers & children (7 to 18 years) to monitor ocular health.

An eye test will typically consist of the following:

  • Case History
  • Ocular health check including a glaucoma screening
  • Fundus investigation – We are equipped with handheld fundus cameras to assist with assessing retinal health.  As such many systemic
  • diseases have ocular manifestations.
  • Corneal Topography (if required) – Diagnosis of corneal disease i.e. Keratoconus and/or virtual fittings of contact lenses.
  • Refraction – Determining the prescription for possible spectacles or contact lenses.
  • Binocular Vision Testing
  • Feedback on the obtained test results & advice on all possible corrective options available. This also includes referrals to eye specialists when required.
  • Patient education on different lens attributes.
  • Assistance in frame selection, lenses and quotations.

3. Contact Lens Consultation

A contact lens consultation will typically consist of the following:

  • Case History
  • Assessment of tear function
  • Conjunctival and corneal check
  • Staining with fluorescein to assess eye health
  • Discussion of options available
  • Fitting of trial lenses
  • Instruction on caring for your eyes and lenses
  • A trial period to give you time to adapt to your lenses

4. On-Site Lens Laboratory

Jansen Vorster Optometrists are fortunate to have an on-site optical laboratory at the Melkbosstrand practice where our technician/optical dispenser (Mr. Morne Le Roux) is available to provide the following services:

  • Fitting of spectacle lenses
  • Spectacle maintenance and repairs
  • Personal assistance with specific lens and frame selection

5. Low Vision

Low Vision is our leading area of expertise.

We supply a wide range of optical magnifiers from Eschenbach and Schweizer.  All magnifiers are available at the Melkbosstrand practice for anyone to view.

We can also fit and supply Bioptics, also known as Bioptic telescopes, which is a term for a pair of vision-enhancement lenses with telescopes that have extreme magnification. Bioptic telescopes are used to improve distance vision for people with impaired eyesight.

BRANDS

We stock various well-known brands that are personally selected by the Jansen Vorster team. Our main goal is to spend sufficient time with each patient to ensure the correct style of frame is selected.