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.
Appointments can be booked via online booking below (24x7),
phoning 9343 0278 (with answering machine) or 0422 710 020, or emailing email@example.com.
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*Name of patient = exactly as on the Medicare Card.
Returning Patient = when patient has a record with us.*
Mon ~ Fri: 10am - 5:30pm
Sat: 10am - 5:00pm
(Some Sat: 10am - 1pm)
Sundays & Public Holidays Closed
Other Times By Appointment
Digital Retina Imaging
We’re committed to providing state-of-the-art technology at Glory Eyecare Optometrists which will give a much more complete eye examination. The highly recommended Digital Retinal Imaging will photograph your retina at incredibly high resolution which enables your Optometrist to enlarge the photo and analyse the retina, macula, optic nerve, blood vessels, and other parts within your eyes.
We can evaluate a wide range of retinal disorders, such as:
Diabetes of the retina
Advantages of Digital Retinal Imaging:
Nothing touches your eyes, and in most cases no eye drops are needed.
The retina image can be magnified approximately 600% with 16 mega pixel Canon and Nikon Digital Cameras producing retinal images about 40cm in diameter.
The images can be enhanced using sophisticated software to highlight details of your eye for analysis.
As easy as getting your picture taken.
Takes less than 5 minutes to capture the retinal images.
Your images can be evaluated at the time the photos are taken and presented to you with a thorough explanation.
Images are stored forever and can be compared to future photos taken to detect normal and abnormal changes to the health of the eyes.
We strongly recommend all patients receive this test, especially those with a history or family history of diabetes, high blood pressure, cholesterol, “floaters”, macular degeneration, glaucoma, severe headaches, pregnant women, highly nearsighted or farsighted individuals, or those who haven’t had an eye exam in 2 years or more.