Your Optometrist can examine and record your eye health in greater detail, with the 3D retinal camera. Digital Retinal Imaging is recommended for all patients but particularly those with diabetes, hypertension, macular degeneration, glaucoma, other retinal disorders, reduced vision, patients over 40 years of age, those with any unusual ocular findings or anyone with a family history of any of these conditions.
UFS Optical provide a wide range of optical services and products. With a wide range of styles and brands, backed up with specialist optometrist advice, we will have you looking great with your next pair of prescription glasses.
New frame and Lens Packages
*Members $95.95 Non Members $119.95
Designer frames for your new single vision glasses
Members $199 Non Members $248.75
If you have private health, now’s the time to check with your health fund if you have any optical entitlements remaining for this year.
Suite 1, 379 Hargreaves Street,
Bendigo VIC 3550
Tel: 03 5441 8077
Monday – Friday – 9:00am to 5:30pm
Saturday – 9:00am to 12:00pm
Sunday – Closed
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