MAKING YOUR VISION,

OUR PRIORITY.

SINCE 1964

OPTICIANS IN LONGFORD

ABOUT US

Established in 1953 we have spent the last 6 decades building our reputation for providing the highest quality eyecare to our patients.

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EYE EXAMINATIONS

WHAT CAN I EXPECT?

Your complete eye examination will typically take 20-30 minutes. We are focused on maintaining good eye health through comprehensive examinations and the education of our customers. The examination will comprise of the following…

Patient History – Checks the patient’s presenting symptoms, general health, medication usage, family history, ocular history etc.

Vision – Evaluates how clearly each eye is seeing for both distance and near vision.

Preliminary Tests – Evaluates specific aspects of visual function and eye health.

Keratometry – Measures the curvature, regularity and stability of the cornea, the clear outer surface, or ‘window’ of the eye, through which you see.

Refraction – Determines the appropriate lens power to compensate for any visual error, i.e. shortsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism etc.

SERVICES
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EYE TEST

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CONTACTS

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CHILDREN

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HEARING

Just recently had my first visit to Colette Kelly Opticians and could not fault the service. My test was carried out by Hannah who was extremely friendly and helpful in her explanations. I was delighted with the service and would recommend this practice to anyone. Thanks again to Hannah!

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WE OFFER OCT SCANS
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An optical coherence tomography scan (commonly referred to as an OCT scan) allows us to see what's going on under the surface of the eye, allowing us to see what's going on with the eyes in greater detail.

Consider it like a cake: with 2D optical retinal imaging (fundus camera), we can see the top of the cake and the icing, but an OCT scan produces a 3D image that cuts the cake in half.

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WE CAN'T WAIT TO MATCH THE PERFECT FRAMES FOR YOU.