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KAOS Reigns!

KAOS Reigns!

Want eyewear that pushes the boundaries? You’ll find it right here at Outlook Eye Centre. Introducing KAOS eyewear, the zany Italian that oozes creativity and a touch of ‘crazy’.

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Importance of Family Eye Health

Have you got your Mum’s eyes? The importance of family eye health history.

Having Mum’s or Dad’s eyes can be more than just that physical resemblance. Dad may have glaucoma and you remember that Grandma had cataracts. As we get older, it’s important to find out as much as we can about our family eye health history.

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Kids Tug of War

No time for screen time for the under-2’s

Keeping babies and toddlers entertained is no easy feat but alarming new research from the University of Queensland shows that Aussie parents are not sticking to the national guidelines on limiting screen time for children under 2.

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Kids Tug of War

Don’t stand by while your child’s glasses get thicker every year due to myopia.

Myopia or short sightedness is a disease which causes blurry distance vision while near vision remains clear. It usually begins in childhood and gets worse throughout school years.

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Blog | How Much Does Eye Exam Cost?

How Much Does An Eye Exam Cost With An Optometrist?

What to pay when you visit your optometrist

Seeing your optometrist every two years is essential for keeping your eyes and vision healthy, but how much will it cost? We are fortunate in Australia to have access to Medicare, which means that you are able to receive a rebate for your eye examination.

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Blog | Let's Talk About Presbyopia

Doing a bit of reading at arm’s length? Let’s talk about presbyopia.

If you’ve hit the early 40’s and find that you’re having trouble reading those nutritional labels or checking expiry dates when you do the weekly shopping, chances are you’re experiencing changes to your vision known as presbyopia. You may notice the first signs of presbyopia somewhere between the magic ages of 41 to 44 though by around age 50, it affects virtually everyone.

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