Our comprehensive eye examinations consist of
  •      Comprehensive Consultation to ascertain your eye health and vision needs
  •      Refraction For Glasses and/or Contact Lenses
  •      Complete Eye Health Evaluation
  •      Cataract Testing
  •      Diagnosis of Your Symptoms
  •      Counselling on the Treatment Plan


Children's eye health is often the most neglected one in our society. Children's eye care should be given at most care because a child does not know as to how much he should see, secondly if one eye is normal compared to the other eye then child usually manages with one eye and never complaints. But these common problems can be easily picked up during routine examination by your optometrist who checks each eye individually and the child can be ensured equal and good vision in both eyes.

All children attending kindergarten must be checked at admission. If the child is normal he should be followed once in every 2 years and if the child is found to have some form of error in his eye then he need to be followed at least once a year or as directed by your optometrist. Kids who wear glasses must be evaluated every year.

Children's eye examination consists of
  •      Assessment to determine your child's visual needs and eye health
  •      Eye positioning and eye co-ordination tests
  •      Near and distance visual acuity tests
  •      Refraction (to determine the need for glasses or contact lenses)
  •      Eye health evaluation
  •      Recommendation on binocular vision status
  •      Recommendation on vision therapy, if necessary


What is a Contact lens?
Contact lenses are medical devices worn over the front, black portion of the eye to correct vision and for cosmetic or therapeutic reasons

What are the advantages of using contact lenses?
  •  Contact lenses are used to improve vision in cases of myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and presbyopia
  •  Cosmetic contact lenses drastically change the appearance of the eye
  •  Contact lenses are prescribed in some case for protection mainly in case of injured or diseased corneas
  •  Contact lenses improves the peripheral vision

What are the types of contact lenses?
Soft lenses
  •  Daily and Extended Wear Soft
  •  Daily, bi-weekly, Monthly, and Quarterly Disposable Lenses
  •  Cosmetic or coloured contact lenses
  •  Therapeutic or bandage contact lenses
Rigid gas permeable or semi soft lenses
  •      Lenses for irregular astigmatism
  •      Lenses for Keratoconus
  •      Lenses for other corneal disorders
Rose K lenses
  •      Lenses for Keratoconus
  •      Lenses for other corneal disorders


What is low vision?
Low Vision is a condition in which vision cannot be improved by medicines, surgery, spectacle glasses or contact lenses. Low vision is usually caused by diseases like cataract, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, age related macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa and the like.

Who offers low vision care?
Low Vision Care is a professional care provided by optometrists, who specializes in helping patients maximize their remaining vision. This care usually involves an evaluation and the use of special lens system called low vision aids that are designed to improve visual acuity by magnification. High powered spectacles, Magnifiers, telescopes and the latest electronic devices are some of the low vision aids that come to the recuperation of low vision people

Eyetec Optometry Caare helps low vision people to pursue their hobbies also

There are also softwares available for low vision patients which helps them to do their tasks with little training and then be independent in work place thereafter

There are also other gadgets called non optical devices like large print material, writing and signature guides and some special task illuminating lamps which also assist low vision people

How Do I Get Started?
Call our office today to schedule an appointment, and learn how we can help enhance your quality of life through low vision care!


Seeing the finest line of letters namely 6/6 is only a piece of the visual process. There are many other elemental parts of the visual process like eye co-ordination, eye focusing and visual perceptual activities that aid in one's ability to learn and perform must also be evaluated. Vision Therapy is that specialty of eye care that deals with the assessment of the above said visual processes and designing an individualized treatment to help patients acquire the visual skills and abilities needed for learning and school performance. Only a select number of optometrists offer vision therapy within their practices.



An artificial eye or prosthetic eye comes as an aid for injured eyes or disfigured eyes after surgeries like enucleation or evisceration. These are aids to improve the appearance of the eyes and to keep the size of the eye intact which has the chance of shrinkage when an artificial eye is not in place. These aids do not improve vision.