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EYE ADVICE Optometry Clinics


Public Eye Education Services

As we consider that prevention is highly important in eye health, we take pleasure in giving talks to groups of people who are interested in hearing about eyecare issues. The talks are not only aimed at informing people about the types of treatments available for particular eye conditions, but most importantly, are aimed at increasing a person's awareness of the important causative factors involved in eye health problems. This would be essential if one hopes to prevent eye problems and maintain good vision and healthy eyes.

Any private or government organisations who are interested in arranging a talk on eyecare issues to be given by Kon Zagoritis (optometrist) are welcome to contact us at the above practice addresses and telephone numbers. The list of issues which can be addressed include:

- Eye safety and the importance of wearing sunglasses, goggles etc

- Visual hygiene (especially directed at the proper use of the eyes in school children)

- Computers and eyestrain in the modern-day office

- Development of vision in infants

- General Talk on Preventive Eye Health

- Eye health problems in the elderly and their causes

- External eye inflammations and chronic eye irritation

- General health and its effects on eye health, e.g. in diabetes, arthritis etc.

We can also be contacted by e-mail: public-edu@eye-advice.com.au





Our Aims and Philosophy

EYE ADVICE Clinics in Oakleigh and South Yarra

Oakleigh Clinic Directions
South Yarra Clinic Directions


Kon Zagoritis BScOptom FVCO

Why Have Regular Eye Examinations?

(1) To Detect Eye Problems.
(2) To Detect Possible Systemic Problems.
(3) To Follow Up Any Progressive Conditions.

What Does an Eye Examination Involve?

Dilating Drops

Preparing for an Eye Examination


Eye Injuries

Medicare Cards

Avoiding Much Close Work Before Examination

Ordering Glasses

Our Range of Services

Clinical Services

Special Interest Subjects

Public Education Services

Commonly Used Spectacle Lenses

(A) Presbyopia

(1) Single Vision Lenses for Near Work

(2) Extended Focus lenses for Near Work

(3) Bifocal Lenses

(4) Multifocal or Progressive Powered Lenses

(B) Myopia (Short-Sightedness)

(C) Long-Sightedness

The Various Forms of Sun Protection

Variety and Quality in Spectacle Frames

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