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Regular eye tests help detect issues early, so we encourage customers to take an OPSM eye test at least every two years. View our great value eye test packages for all ages and needs.

EYE TEST PACKAGES

Please select the eye test service you would like to book.


CLASSIC

In common with most medical examinations, regular eye check-ups help detect issues early which can potentially lead to more effective treatment. That’s why we encourage our customers to take an OPSM eye test at least every two years... Read More.

Appointment time: 20 - 30 minutes

BULK BILLED*

ESSENTIALS PREMIUM

For the ultimate investment in your eye health, choose this premium package. You’ll benefit from all the tests, scans and screenings included in our Essentials Plus Package, but with the added reassurance of an Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) scan... Read more.

Appointment time: 60 minutes

$150*

ESSENTIALS PLUS

Building on our Essentials Package, this examination includes Visual Field Screening and an Ultra Wide Digital Retinal Scan. Exclusive to OPSM, it looks deeper than a standard digital retinal scan revealing far more of the retina and blood vessels to help more easily spot issues such as retinal detachment earlier, so they can be treated sooner... Read More.

Appointment time: 30 minutes

$75*

ESSENTIALS

Every OPSM eye test checks your vision; that goes without saying. With the Essentials Package you also receive a Digital Retinal Scan that helps optometrists detect both eye health issues, and in some cases general health issues that relate to retinal changes... Read More.

Appointment time: 30 minutes

$50*

CONTACTS LENS CONSULTATION

Contact lenses are better value and simpler to use than ever before, so we want to make sure you get the best advice about the right type to choose and how to wear and look after them... Read More.

Appointment time: 30 minutes

$150*

DIABETIC EYECARE**

Please consult with your OPSM optometrist in store to see if this package is appropriate for you. Diabetes is Australia’s fastest growing chronic disease and many diabetics suffer from diabetic retinopathy, a key cause of blindness in working age people^. The good news is that retinopathy is easily detected by retinal evaluation and imaging, which is included in the OPSM Diabetes Total Care Package... Read More.

Appointment time: 60 minutes

$250*

MACULAR DEGENERATION EYECARE**

Please consult with your OPSM optometrist in store to see if this package is appropriate for you. Macular degeneration is an age-related condition that causes vision impairment (and even blindness) in around 100,000 Australians†. The changes in the tissue in the back of the retina can be detected by retinal evaluation and imaging, which is included in the OPSM Macular Degeneration Total Care Package... Read More.

Appointment time: 60 minutes

$250*

GLAUCOMA EYECARE**

Please consult with your OPSM optometrist in store to see if this package is appropriate for you. Over 200,000 Australians have glaucoma, though half of these people remain undiagnosed^^. The condition gradually and painlessly deprives sufferers of their peripheral vision and progress if left untreated, yet once identified, it can usually be treated with eye drops... Read More.

Appointment time: 60 minutes

$250*

*The Classic Package is bulk billable for eligible Medicare card holders who haven’t had an eye test in the last two years. In some cases, optometrist services can be bulk billed more frequently depending on clinical relevance. For OPSM’s Essential, Essentials Plus, Essentials Premium and total care packages, Gap Payments apply for portion of fee that cannot be bulk billed to Medicare. For customers not eligible for a Medicare rebate, an additional maximum fee of $60.35 in addition to the Gap Payment will be payable.

**OPSM optometrists can help detect and monitor the condition but not provide treatment. These tests are not a substitute for the advice of your current Health Professional.

^Source: Taylor H. Clear Insight, CERA 2004; Diabetes Australia 2012

^^Source: www.glaucoma.org.au 2012
† Source: http://www.mdfoundation.com.au 2012