Ph (08) 9343 0278 or 0422 710 020
Face masks are not mandated in Western Australia,
but they should be worn in crowded indoor settings and where physical distancing (1.5 metres) is not possible.
All patients are advised to wear a mask due to prolonged face-to-face contact (15 to 60 mins) in less than 1.5 metre.
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Sat: 10am - 5:00pm
(Some Sat: 10am - 1pm)
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Other Times By Appointment
Some of the corneal disorder cases have been diagnosed and managed are as below:
Patient: African male, mid 20's
Symptoms: Small prints were blurry with one eye for 1 week, blinkings helped to clear the vision for a few seconds.
Signs: Other signs were subtle and not enough for confirming the diagnosis. Corneal topography showed and confirmed the diagnosis of an early keratoconus.
Guide: Good corneal topographer is essential for diagnosis of many corneal disorders, especially important in their early stages, and for monitoring and managing those conditions accordingly.