We devote half our waking hours to interacting with digital media channels across multiple devices. It has changed the way we work, learn, shop, socialise and relax. Our eyes are not accustomed to the digital environment, often resulting in symptoms of digital eye strain. We offer a range of innovative lenses designed for the digital world to help relax and protect your eyes and keep them feeling fresh throughout the day.
If you wear multifocal or "no-line bifocal" glasses you will be familiar with the need to move your head around in search of clear vision. Conventional multifocal lenses have narrow zones that limit your field of vision, reducing your ability to see clearly across the lens. Many wearers grow tired of having to constantly move their head to chase a small area of clear vision. Some will experience blurring and swaying sensations in their peripheral vision from poor lens designs and may give up altogether.
We all know how important it is to protect our eyes from the sun's harmful UV rays but what about the harmful effects of blue light rays? Our eyes are increasingly exposed to blue light emitted by the screens of digital devices and there is growing awareness that excessive amounts can cause red and irritated eyes, eye fatigue, headaches, blurry vision and even sleeplessness.
Perhaps you are having some issues with your vision, or maybe it’s just been a few years since your last eye exam. Either way, if you are interested in scheduling a comprehensive eye exam, you can count on Capital Eye to provide a service with the attention to detail that you deserve. If you end up needing glasses, contacts or other eyewear in Canberra, we can help you choose the right option.
Did you know that globally there were 60.5 million people diagnosed with glaucoma in 2010 and that in 2020 that number may rise to almost 80 million? Fortunately, there is a way to combat this ever-growing number. At Capital Eye, we provide 3D Eye Scan, cutting-edge technology that allows us to detect eye disease years before any loss of vision may occur.
Excessive fluid build-up in the eye can cause glaucoma, a disease that damages the optic nerve and ultimately leads to blindness. Early detection and treatment can slow the progression of glaucoma, retaining eyesight for years to come. Capital Eye uses the latest technologies to detect glaucoma. Our glaucoma clinic in Griffith performs comprehensive eye exams using the latest diagnostic equipment.