About a Sight TestA sight test at Enderbys is an enjoyable and straight forward process. We allow 45 minutes for your examination so you will have plenty of time to talk about any problems you may have. We will carry out all the necessary tests and checks and discuss all results with you.
It will help us to know about your general health and any medication that you are taking in case it affects your eyes and we need to know if you have any special requirements to see well for your work or leisure activities.
The opticians at Enderbys recommend that you have a sight test at least once every two years to help keep your eyes healthy and to make sure you are seeing to the best possible standard.
For more information about the tests and checks that may be included in your sight test please click here.
If you would like more information or would like to book a sight test at Enderbys please contact us and a member of the Enderbys team will be happy to help.
What we offer
- NHS sight tests
- Sight tests and eye care for private patients
- Designer and budget spectacle frames
- Amazing spectacle lenses for your frames
- Contact lenses including contact lens specific tests and eye care
- OCT screening (Optical Coherence Tomography)
- Glaucoma screening
- Diabetic screening
- Advice on cataracts
- Goldmann intraocular pressure measurement
- Humphrey visual field screening
- Chromagen lenses for dyslexic patients
- Chromagen lenses for patients with colour vision
- “Flashes and floaters” assessment
- “Dry eye” management
- Much more
What happens during a sight test?
Am I Entitled to NHS Eyecare?You qualify for a free NHS-funded sight test if:
- you’re aged under 16
- you’re aged 16, 17 or 18 and are in full-time education
- you’re aged 60 or over
- you’re registered as partially sighted (sight impaired) or blind (severely sight impaired)
- you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes or glaucoma
- you’re 40 or over, and your mother, father, brother, sister, son or daughter has been diagnosed with glaucoma
- you’ve been advised by an ophthalmologist (eye doctor) that you’re at risk of glaucoma
- you’re a prisoner on leave from prison
- you’re eligible for an NHS complex lens voucher – your optometrist (optician) can advise you about your entitlement
- receive Income Support
- receive Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (not Contribution-based)
- receive Pension Credit Guarantee Credit
- receive Income-based Employment and Support Allowance
- are awarded Universal Credit
- are entitled to, or named on, a valid NHS tax credit exemption certificate
- you are named on a valid NHS certificate for full help with health costs (HC2)