Our DNEye® scan technology is the first of its kind to use 3D eyesight measurement. It analyses your entire visual system and measures more than 7000 points of your eyes. This analysis achieves results with unprecedented accuracy. Your next lens prescription will be 100% customised to your eyes.
Standard eye tests (98%) only consider the pupil size by daylight. Now we can measure your pupil reaction in different day/night light conditions. By pinpointing the areas affecting reduced contrast sensitivity and poor vision in different light conditions, we can specifically address this with your lens.
The results of DNEye® scans mean we can measure your eye more precisely. All measurements are transferred to your new lens that is customised to your eyes. It’s a completely individualised prescription with maximum impact.
Eyes are of different shapes and sizes. The readings of thousands of data points and parameters measured are integrated directly into your new lens. Your lens is customised according to the biometric parameters of each individual eye.
At Eyes Optometrists we prioritise investing in the latest, most advanced, and powerful technology to ensure that you have the very best treatment available.
All DNEye® Scans are conducted at our Richmond store. Let’s get started. Book an appointment today.
Our standard lenses come complete with the latest anti-reflection coating and UV protection.
Thinner and lighter lenses are used for people who have moderate to high prescriptions, have frames with specific fitting requirements or for those who feel more comfortable with a lighter weight to wear.
Tinted lenses control direct glare from ambient sunlight. Reflected glare is often what deteriorates our vision causing fatigue and discomfort. Polarisation is a treatment that controls glare that's reflected off surfaces.
Making a great prescription sunglass is about getting it to look as close as possible to the non-prescription pair you love - including the tint!
Blue light emitted from screens, laptops and mobile devices can cause Age-related Macular Degeneration. Choosing a lens with a blue control coating protects your eyes on a daily basis maintaining your long term eye health.
There are two types of blue control coatings:
Photochromic lenses automatically adjust from light to dark and every shade in-between depending on the level of sunlight.