ROUTINE EYE EXAMS
Comprehensive eye examinations which include thorough assessment of your medical history, lens check, eye health including glaucoma, macular degeneration, optic nerves.
A typical assessment takes from 20 to 30 minutes.
FRAMES & PRESCRIPTION LENSES
With over 1,000 selected designer frames in stock, you have the best options to suit your style and budget.
Oakley, Rayban, Prada, Koali, La Font, Prodesign, Swarovski, Versace, Vogue, Oroton, Woow, Dolce, Stepper and Armani to name just a few.
Book your contact lens fitting service and let a professional optometrist help you choose the right lenses for you and your lifestyle, whether you require daily, fortnightly or monthly disposables.
WORKPLACE SAFETY GLASSES
Eye protection chosen for specific work situations depends upon the circumstances of hazardous exposure.
Appropriate selection should be based on a number of factors. Ask our staff about your workplace eye protection options.
Peter has over 39 years of experience as an optometrist and has a keen interest in the early detection of eye disease and the treatment of occupational injuries.
Naomi has over 16 years of experience and loves working with children. She has recently gained her certificate in ocular therapeutics.
James has worked as an Optometrist for over 22 years. James enjoys all aspects of optometry.
"Providing eye services to the Gladstone community for over 30 years."
Gladstone Vision, formerly part of Gladstone Optical at the Stockland Centre, has relocated to a newer, bigger premises to make space for more specialised testing and diagnostic equipment. We are now located in the Windmill Centre on Philip Street, Gladstone, and continue to offer the best care for your eyes.
Our Practice Facilities include the latest equipment, Instant Medicare and Health Fund Optical Claims, an Online Booking Service and acceptance of most major credit and debit cards.
Taking care of your vision should be a priority, just like eating healthy and engaging in
- Have your eyes checked by a professional optometrist at least every two years.
- Make sure your glasses or contact lens prescription is up-to-date and adequate for computer use.
- Eye protection is crucial if you work with hazardous or airborne materials at work or home.
- Choose the right kind of sunglasses to help protect your eyes from the sun’s UV rays.
- Looking away from your computer every 20 minutes gives your eyes a chance to rest and prevents your eyes from too much strain.