Eye Tests

An independently run

family practice

An independently run

family practice

Eye Tests with Pabari

Visiting your opticians and having your eyes tested is as important as visiting your doctor or dentist, so when you visit Pabari opticians we make sure it’s a relaxing experience.

During your eye test our expert optometrists will check your vision and also the health of your eyes. By doing this it is possible to detect other health conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes. Usually eye tests are recommended every two years, but certain people may need tests more regularly. Our optometrists will be able to advise you on your individual needs.

I’ve been going to the team at Pabari for more than 10 years and really wouldn’t go anywhere else again. Nothing is too much trouble and the range of glasses is fantastic.

NHS Eye Tests

As an NHS patient, you can book an appointment and have your eyes tested by one of our expert optometrists at any one of our practices. When you visit one of our practices for your NHS eye exam your sight will be tested as well as your eye health.Our NHS eye test covers:

  • Check the health of your eyes.
  • Find any eye problems before they get more serious.
  • Look for indicators of other health problems.
Glaucoma Screening

Glaucoma Screening

Glaucoma Screening is carried out as a part of your professional eye examination. It helps us to make certain you can see well, your eyes work properly together and are healthy and free of disease. This test involves:

  • Measurement of the intra-ocular pressures.
  • Examination of the optic disc.
  • Visual field assessment.

Early detection and treatment is essential to prevent or delay the progression of more serious visual problems. As most early forms of glaucoma are without symptoms regular screening, especially with increase in age, is essential to maintain healthy eyes.

Private eye examinations

If you are not entitled to an NHS examination, you can have a private eye examination. We structure our private eye examinations into 3 different tiers, standard, enhanced and optimum enhanced.

Each tier offers each patient the opportunity to select which level of eye care is best suited for them. If you would like to know more what about these different levels of eye care, please contact us on 0121 449 0845 and we’ll happily explain the differences between each one and which one would be best suited for you.

Even if you are entitled to an NHS eye examination, see above, you can still benefit from choosing either the enhanced or optimum enhanced version of your NHS test. Again, we’re more than happy to explain what this involves, either at the time you book your sight test or when you arrive for it.