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Eyecare Experience

Giving you the ultimate eyecare experience with expert eye specialists, concierge eyecare services, and the most advanced state-of-the-art ophthalmic facilities.

Why book a
Comprehensive Eye Exam?

Unlike routine vision screenings, a comprehensive eye exam benefits both adult and pediatric patients as it is able to assess the anatomy and physiology of the whole visual system. It allows the detection of symptomatic and asymptomatic vision and eye health problems so that proper ocular interventions and referrals to other health specialists can be provided.

The clinical procedures performed during the comprehensive eye exam may fall between these three main categories:

Visual Examination

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Eye Health and Color Vision Examination

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Binocular vision examination for strabismus, lazy eye, and other neuro-vision disorders.

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Comprehensive Visual Exams

It mainly includes visual acuity measurement, cycloplegic refraction, and retinoscopy to accurately measure the amount of refractive error. The visual examination also allows the doctor to determine the correct eyeglasses and contact lens prescription required to improve vision.

Patients who are partially or legally blind, have low vision, or have vision impairments may require special low vision charts, low vision filters, telescopes, magnifiers, and more advanced visual examination methods. Specialty management options like orthokeratology, therapy eyeglasses, and GP lenses may be recommended for very high refractive errors that may not be improved by standard eyeglasses, soft contact lenses, or surgical intervention.

 

List of eye problems that affect vision:

  1. Myopia

  2. Degenerative myopia

  3. Pseudomyopia

  4. Hyperopia 

  5. Astigmatism 

  6. Presbyopia 

  7. Low Vision 

Comprehensive Eye Health and Color Vision Exams

It includes the anatomical examination of the ocular structures like the lids, lashes, sclera, conjunctiva, cornea, iris, crystalline lens, macula, optic nerve, and internal blood vessels, with the use of diagnostic ophthalmic facilities such as slit-lamp biomicroscope, digital retinal camera, ocular ultrasound, and corneal topographer. 
 

It also includes a physiological examination of the integrity of the visual system with the use of a pupillographer and electroretinographer which measures the electric activity of the visual pathway; the use of an automated perimetry test which measures the visual field; and the use of a non-contact tonometer which measures internal eye pressure.
 

Color vision examination may be incorporated. Ishihara Test is commonly requested as a basic employment requirement. Farnsworth Lantern Test is a color vision test originally developed specifically to screen sailors for tasks requiring color vision, such as identifying signal lights at night. It is commonly requested for pilots and seamen. Color vision deficiencies are commonly hereditary. However, certain medications can also be caused by medications (Plaquenil – antimalaria) and other diseases (Alzheimer’s). 
 

List of problems that affect the structures and/or functions of the eye:

  1. Chalazion

  2. Hordeolum

  3. Dry eyes

  4. Conjunctivitis

  5. Uveitis

  6. Keratoconus

  7. Corneal dystrophies

  8. Cataract

  9. Glaucoma

  10. Diabetic / Hypertensive Retinopathy

  11. Macular Degeneration

  12. Retinal Detachment

  13. Retinitis Pigmentosa

  14. Color vision deficiencies

  15. Genetic eye diseases

  16. Traumatic eye injuries

  17. Eye surgery complications

Comprehensive Binocular Vision Exams

The goal of binocular vision exams is to determine the ability of both eyes to simultaneously look towards the same direction and the ability of the brain’s visual cortex to combine the two images from the left eye and right eye into a single, three-dimensional image, and properly interpret visual input. It also tests for the accuracy of both eyes to move simultaneously in all directions of gaze.

A binocular vision examination is performed to determine the functional integrity of the brains’ visual cortex, extra-ocular muscles, as well as optic, oculomotor, abducens, and trochlear nerves that innervate the different parts of the eyes.

 

List of binocular vision and neuro-vision disorders:

  1. Strabismus

  2. Amblyopia 

  3. Diplopia (Double Vision)

  4. Poor depth perception

  5. Suppression

  6. Retinal rivalry

  7. Oculomotor Dysfunction

  8. Poor saccades

  9. Nerve weakness

  10. Vision-related learning disabilities like dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia

How much does a
Comprehensive Eye Exam cost?

Specific clinical procedures will be conducted, when necessary, depending on the patient’s purpose of visit, ocular history, and doctor’s findings during the course of the comprehensive eye exam. 

Doctor's professional fee is P2,000 pesos only. This fee must be paid at least 2 days in advance to book an appointment. The advance payment for the doctor's professional fee is deductible from the total bill on the day of comprehensive eye exam.

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Very professional doctor and explains very well each procedure or test done as well as answers every question that we have. Glasses might be expensive but it is worth the money.

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