Eyecare for you,
dispensed by us.
It’s important to have an eye examination on a regular basis, not only to ensure that vision is satisfactory, but also to check the health of the eyes.
Eye care plans from £9.35 a month
All our exams are private and we recommend joining our Eyecare Plan which allows you to spread the cost of your exam, whilst offering discounts off glasses and other benefits.
All appointments as clinically required
Extended clinical procedures appropriate to age and health
10% discount off Spectacles and Sunglasses
All visits for emergency appointments covered
Servicing, adjustments & cleaning of spectacles at any time
Free contact lens trial (normally £60)
Free hearing assessment as necessary
10% discount off hearing aids
Free eyecare for minors under 18 who live at your address.
Much of the equipment involved in our eye examinations is not often available in opticians’ practices and this gives our patients the very highest standard of eyecare.
Eye examinations are important
Here at Cameron Beaumont, we give all our clients a thorough 'tailor-made' eye examination by taking full details of any family history, general health issues, previous ocular conditions and lifestyle requirements. We see all our Plan members for a full examination at least annually but as often as is required for no extra charge.
OCT scan & Optomap
Each exam incorporates advanced testing equipment such as Ocular Coherence Tomography (OCT) and Optos Optomap retinal scanning to detect eye disease as early as possible.
Optomap is the only clinically validated, ultra-widefield retinal image than can capture 82% or 200⁰ of the retina, making it easier for our optometrists to detect ocular and systemic disease.
An OCT scan provides a picture of the layers of your retina for our optometrist to map out their thickness and note any changes, as well as evaluate the health of your optic nerve.
The tests involved bring reassurance and peace of mind to you that everything is being done to ensure that your eyes are in the best of health.
It is recommended that children have an eye examination by the time they start school, or earlier if you think there may be a problem.
Whilst sight checks can be carried out by GPs or health visitors or even school nurses these checks are not as comprehensive as a full eye examination carried out by an optometrist.
There are many different ways of assessing a child’s vision so do not worry if they are unable to read or have a poor attention span.
Our eye examination are free for any child who has a parent or guardian on our Eyecare Plan or otherwise from just £30.
Colorimetry and visual stress
Visual stress is a term used to describe visual discomfort and perceptual distortions in printed text, suffered by many people who struggle to read. It is estimated that up to 20% of dyslexic people experience visual stress and also the general population in varying degrees.
Patients who suffer from reading difficulties associated with these conditions may benefit from an assessment with coloured overlays or lenses. Colour has been known to make improvements to reading speed and accuracy. Colour overlays or tinted glasses may help enable longer periods of reading free of discomfort.
Please contact the practice for more information.
Myopia is an eye condition commonly known as short-sightedness. A highly short-sighted person can be more susceptible to eye conditions such as glaucoma, retinal detachments and myopic maculopathy, which can all cause significant loss of vision, and can even lead to blindness.