During your routine eye examination, your regular optometrist in Canberra tests your eyes to check if there have been any changes compared to your last visit.
Your optometrist has advised that your prescription has changed compared to your current prescription glasses.
You recently had your eyes tested, and your optometrist in Canberra has found a change in your lens power.
You've just visited your optometrist every year and have found that your prescription for your glasses hasn't changed all that much.
Your local optometrist in Canberra has told you that you have been diagnosed with cataracts. You vaguely recalled that your parents or friends had cataract surgery not too long ago.
If you've had your eyes tested multiple times in the past, you might find that you need to make an appointment in most cases.