Trevor Williams Optometry is a completely independent practice and proud to be so for over 25 years. Therapeutically trained and qualified, Trevor is available to use his experience and immense knowledge to treat and prescribe for a wide range of eye conditions.
Dry eye is a condition that can occur when tear production is minimal or from quick evaporation of tears. This causes discomfort.
Climate, hormonal changes, ageing, medications, eye trauma, prolonged use of screens and various medical conditions all contribute to dry eyes. Dry eyes produce tears containing salt, which will dry the eye even further. There are many kinds of treatment, including drops with varying ingredients and viscosity. Symptoms of Dry Eye are lessened with the correct care and treatment.
Annual eye health checks are imperative to a contact lens wearer. Trevor Williams will continue the evaluation of contact lenses that are suitable for you and will recommend changes confidently.
Also known as Ortho-K. This revolutionary, non-surgical treatment eliminates the need for glasses and traditional contact lenses.
After Trevor concludes the fitting of the Ortho-K lenses with instruction and lessons on insertion and removal, the wearer fits the lenses at bedtime and removes upon waking. The treatment works by gently reshaping your eye while you sleep. It is safe and effective in correcting nearsightedness, longsightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia.
Orthokeratology is a fantastic alternative to procedures like LASIK.
An appointment with Trevor will decide your compatibility to this innovative treatment.
An OCT scan is a sophisticated scanning method that produces highly detailed images of the internal structure of the eye. OCT scanning allows us to view 3 dimensional cross sections of the retina (back surface) of your eyes.
Whilst other testing methods show the back surface of your eye (eg. Digital Retinal Photography/DRP's), an OCT scan can allows identification and treatment of eye diseases and conditions such as: Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Retinopathy and Optic Nerve Damage
A topography test is conducted to show the shape of the cornea to an optometrist. Essentially it maps out the surface curvature of the cornea (front surface of the eye).
It gives the optometrist information about: contact lens suitability, keratoconus diagnostics and checks integrity of tear film on your eye.
Also known as also known as photokeratoscopy or videokeratography.