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Eye Exam Equipment

Comprehensive eye tests in Lancaster

Thorough eye exams for complete peace of mind

A typical eye examination will last approximately 30 - 40 minutes. When you arrive at Welbourne Opticians you will be greeted by our friendly reception team who will offer you a seat and a drink while you wait for your appointment.

When it is time for your eye examination, you will be led to the consultation room where our optometrist will ask some questions about your eyes and overall health. 


Using specialist optical equipment our optometrist will thoroughly assess the health of your eyes and test your vision. 


All of our eye examinations include retinal photography and visual field testing, which help us to detect early signs of eye conditions such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy. 


If you are concerned about a sudden change to your eyesight, such as blurred or obscured vision, painful, red or swollen eyes, flashes or floaters, then do not hesitate to contact us for an emergency eye appointment so we can diagnose and recommend the appropriate treatment.

Here to help

From booking the appointment to the eye test itself and any dispensing advice afterwards, our professional and friendly team are here to help you.


We welcome private and NHS patients, including children.


Kids eye tests are free for children under 16 or up to 19 and in full-time education. Learn more about free NHS eye tests and check whether you are eligible. 


Feel free to ask questions at any point during your time with us and we will be happy to advise.

What if I need glasses?

Once the test has been completed, you will be advised about if any changes are required for your prescription. 


If spectacles or contact lenses are needed, our team is on hand to help you find your perfect pair of frames whilst ensuring the fit and lens gives you your best vision. 


We have a range of frames and lenses for you to choose from.

Book your next appointment today
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