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Child Eyecare Checkup (SCH-EYE-00185)

Regular price $360.00

Sense of vision is not innate, and its golden period of development lies in the infant and toddler stages. Healthy development of the eyeball is only the primary condition, good operation and application are also crucial. Our consultant optometrist can help find out problems like congenital eye problems, vision dysfunction and provide professional advice. Nowadays, schoolchildren’s life is inseparable from many books and the use of a variety of electronic devices. Children who have myopia are getting younger and younger. Myopia also deepens faster. So, as for schoolchildren, it is of utmost importance to understand protecting the eyes and vision.

Target: For people aged between 6 months and 16 years.

Checkup Items

(Examiniation provided by appointed Optometrist )

Visual acuity
Refractive Error - Myopia (Short-sightedness)/ Hyperopia (Long-sightedness), Astigmatism, Amblyopia (Lazy-eye), etc 
Progression of Short Sightedness and Visual Hygiene Instruction
Eye Movement Disorder 
Visual function development -Lazy eye, squint/heterophoria, vergence dysfunction, suppression, stereopsis 
Colour Vision Test  - colour vision deficiency and colour blindness 
Pupil Evaluation

Basic eyecare checkup

  • Congenital disorder, allergic eye, dry eye syndrome, cataract、age related macular degeneration etc
  • External by biomicroscopy-eyelids, eye lashes, conjunctiva, cornea, tears etc.
  • Internal by ophthamolscopy through natural pupil - lens, vitreous, retina, yellow spot, optic nerve head etc
Cycloplegic Refraction* (only for people with symptoms) - check for pseudomyopia, latent hypermetropia, convergence squint
Brief Report

 

Designated Medical Center Location: 

UMP Eyecare and Optometry Centre :13/F, 22 Yee Wo Street, Casueway Bay

Phone: (852) 2273 4926 / (852) 2881 8969

Service hours:
Monday to Friday: 10 am to 1:30 pm; 2:30 pm to 7:30 pm (Close on Thursday)
Saturday: 10 am to 1:30 pm, 2:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Sunday: 10 am to 3 pm
Public holidays: closed

 

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