The University of Auckland Optometry Clinic is a teaching clinic. When you come to our clinic you will be seen by an optometry student working under the supervision of an experienced optometrist.
Our Optometry Clinic has some of the most up-to-date equipment to help detect issues and monitor eye health. Our comprehensive exam thoroughly checks your vision and ocular health and takes about 90 minutes. Sometimes we may need to add eye drops to make your pupils larger. These can make your eyes light sensitive and your vision slightly blurred for a few hours afterwards, so we recommend you do not drive until your vision has returned to normal.
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Vision Rehabilitation Clinic:
This clinic responds to the needs of people who have a variety of neurological and other eye conditions such as strokes, macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosia, nerve atrophy, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. People with these conditions face out of the ordinary challenges to their vision and our clinic provides extra time, extra space and specialist equipment to cater for these challenges.
Binocular Vision Clinic:
This clinic quantifies problems with binocular vision and determines their causes. Our treat goal is to give patients the ability to maintain visual focus on an object with both eyes, creating a single, clear, comfortable visual image.
Contact Lens Clinic:
This clinic offers a full range of contact lens treatments for conditions ranging from simple refractive error to therapeutic contact lenses for irregular corneas.
Ocular Health Clinic:
This clinic investigates and examines patients with ocular disease or a risk of developing ocular disease.
Colour Vision Clinic:
This clinic provides a complete analysis and diagnosis of inherited and acquired colour vision defects. Please note that photo ID is required and must be presented at the beginning of the consultation.
This clinic’s purpose is to meet children’s specific needs for good eyesight. With any challenges children may come across with their eyesight, we are able to diagnose and examine the cause.
We provide primary eye care for children under the age of 7 years, including pre-schoolers and babies.
For more information about the School of Optometry and Vision Science, please visit www.optometry.ac.nz