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Eye Screening Package Singapore

Early Diagnosis Of Eye Diseases Can Prevent Permanent Damage​

Black spots in vision (floaters)

Eyelid lumps and bumps

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Dry eyes

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Itchiness & redness

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Eye discharge

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Eye pain

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Blurred vision

Distortion of Vision

Distortion of vision

Identify & treat your eye conditions today!

How Often Should I Go for an Eye Checkup?

Some eye diseases have no symptoms, hence it is important to have regular eye examinations. The American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends that everyone should have regular eye exams from the age of 40 years. Those with a family history of glaucoma should have regular eye exams from the age of 20 years.

Dr Chelvin Sng

Adjunct Associate Professor
Senior Consultant Ophthalmologist
✓ Gold-medallist Ophthalmologist
✓ 4 Gold Medals (Specialist Accreditation Examination)
"Top 50 Rising Stars” (2017), “Top 100 Female Ophthalmologists” (2021) and "Top 100 Ophthalmologists" (2022)
⋆ Global Ophthalmologist Power List (voted by peers worldwide)
Cambridge University Graduate with Triple First Class Honours and Distinctions

8,000+

Surgeries Performed

15+

Years of Experience

​Eye Screening Packages in Singapore

We have three eye screening packages, Basic, Deluxe and Platinum, depending on how extensive your testing needs to be.

Basic DeluxePlatinum
Visual Acuity Test+++
Refraction+++
Tonometry+++
Fundus and Optic Nerve Photography+++
Colour Vision+++
Amsler Grid+++
Optical Coherence Tomography of the Macula++
Optical Coherence Tomography of the Optic Nerve++
Anterior Segment Optical Coherence Tomography+
Visual Field Test+

Eye Tests in Singapore That We Offer

Here are the eye tests which help your doctor to assess the health of your eye and diagnose any eye diseases.

Visual Acuity Test

  • This assesses the sharpness of your vision.
  • Letters or numbers on a chart are projected at a fixed distance away.
  • The smallest line of letters that you can see will give an indication of how good your vision is. 
  • Poor vision can be due to incorrect spectacles prescription, cataracts, age-related macular degeneration and other eye diseases.

Refraction

  • Lenses are placed in front of your eye to improve your vision.
  • The power of the lens which is able to achieve the best vision is recorded.
  • To help you see more clearly, you can make a new pair of spectacles with this lens power.

Tonometry

  • The tonometry test measures the pressure in your eye.
  • High eye pressure can be a sign of glaucoma.

Fundus and Optic Nerve Photography

  • A photograph of your retina and eye nerve is taken.
  • Abnormalities in the appearance of your retina or eye nerve may indicate glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and other eye diseases.

Colour Vision

  • Your ability to distinguish colours will be assessed with the Ishihara chart.
  • Abnormalities in colour vision can be hereditary or can indicate disease of your macula and eye nerve.

Amsler Grid

  • The Amsler grid is used to check for abnormalities in your central vision (e.g., distortion or dark patches in your vision) which can be caused by diseases of your macula. 

Optical Coherence Tomography of the Macula

  • Optical Coherence Tomography uses light waves to obtain a high resolution and detailed scan of your macula, the central part of the retina which is responsible for central vision.
  • This will detect diseases such as age-related macular degeneration, macular swelling due to diabetes and central serous retinopathy. 

Optical Coherence Tomography of the Optic Nerve

  • Optical Coherence Tomography uses light waves to obtain a high-resolution and detailed scan of your eye nerve.
  • This will allow us to detect diseases involving the eye nerve, such as glaucoma. 

Anterior Segment Optical Coherence Tomography

  • The anterior segment optical coherence tomography uses light waves to obtain a high-resolution scan of the drainage angle of the eye.
  • This can detect angle closure, which increases the risk of glaucoma. 

Visual Field Test

  • The visual field test will check your peripheral vision.
  • People with glaucoma lose their peripheral vision first, and they often do not notice this until their central vision is affected.
  • The visual field test will allow us to detect glaucoma as well as other diseases involving the eye nerve and the visual pathway in the brain.

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    Dr Chelvin Sng of Chelvin Sng eye center

    Dr Chelvin Sng

    Adjunct Associate Professor
    Senior Consultant Ophthalmologist
    ✓ 4 Gold Medals (Specialist Accreditation Examination)
    ✓ "Top 50 Rising Stars” (2017), “Top 100 Female Ophthalmologists” (2021)
    and "Top 100 Ophthalmologists" (2022)
    ⋆ Global Ophthalmologist Power List (voted by peers worldwide)
    ✓ Cambridge University Graduate with Triple First Class Honours and Distinctions

    Address

    38 Irrawaddy Road Mt Elizabeth Novena Specialist Centre, #06-25, Singapore 329563

    Operating Hours

    Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm
    Saturday: 9am - 1pm
    Sunday / PH: Closed

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