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Everything about mobile optometrist and what to expect?

What is Mobile Optometrist? 

We come to you. 

Where do we conduct the eye screening? 

We will set up at your home or office (at your convenience). We will require some space about 3m in length, a comfortable chair for you to sit down on, a table for us to place our equipment and we're good to go. 

When do the Mobile Optometrist come over?

You can book an appointment based anytime subjected to availability from our Optometrists'. 

Home Eye Check

Our Home Optometrist service provides a comprehensive eye health screening. Our integrated platform will have your prescription uploaded directly into your user account, you can assess them anytime you like. Even better, get your whole family on board the eye check and manage their eye health conveniently. 

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How do we do Mobile Screening? 

We've utilised latest medical equipment and technology to compress the eye screening process into a mobile process. As we understand there might certain limitations for travelling or inaccessibility for whatever reasons, we bring the eye screening to you.

Who are these Mobile Optometrists?

Our Mobile Optometrists are health professionals providing the comprehensive eye screening. In Singapore Optometrists are required to be registered with the Board and have a valid registration certificate (RC) and practising certificate (PC). When we visit you, our optometrists will show you his/her RC and PC before setting up.

Our Optometrists are primary eye care providers who specialise in performing eye examinations. Through these tests, they can detect eye-infections and common eye diseases such as cataract, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, all of which may be treatable if detected early.

In general, optometrists are qualified to:
Perform refraction on patients who are adults, children or adolescents.
Prescribe optical appliances such as glasses and contact lenses to correct vision problems such as short-sightedness, long-sightedness and astigmatism.
Perform visual examination on patients and refer them to other healthcare practitioners such as ophthalmologist for further management if any eye abnormalities/diseases are detected.
Perform any other type of practice of eye care which is part of the practice of opticianry (eg. dispensing and fitting of glasses and contact lenses).