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Optometrists Tony and Paula created Highbury Optometrists in 2004, continuing the care of former optometrist Ceri Anthony's long established practice. In 2008 they moved to the new larger premises at 52 Mokoia Road.

Highbury Optometrists specialises in a high standard of vision care and technology plays a big role. Digital retinal images are now taken routinely as part of every eye examination. All new contact lens fits include corneal topography to digitally measure the eye shape.

We specialise in contact lenses, keratoconus, hard / RGP contact lenses, glaucoma monitoring and treatment, dry eye management.

For more information please contact us.

Hours

Mon – Wed 8:45 AM – 5:30 PM
Thu 8:45 AM – 7:00 PM
Fri 8:45 AM – 5:30 PM
Sat 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Online bookings and online shop available 24 hours

Public Holidays: Closed on all public holidays.

Languages Spoken

English

Services

Vision Testing (acuity, refraction errors and field of vision tests)

During an eye test you are assessed for different things. A Snellen chart, which contains rows of letters starting with one huge letter then groups of letters getting progressively smaller,…

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Retinal & Fundus Photography

During an eye test optometrists routinely take a photograph of the back of each of your eyes. These images are transferred to a computer and are filed in your electronic…

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Glaucoma Screening

Optometrists are able to detect early signs of glaucoma even before you are aware of any symptoms. They are specifically looking for changes when doing the health check part of…

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Visual Field Testing

A visual field establishes how good your peripheral vision (PV) is. This is what you see above and below and to the side when you are looking straight ahead. Generally…

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Diabetic Retinopathy Screening

Diabetic retinopathy (DR) can be detected by systematic retinal screening. Diabetes retinal screening is funded by the DHB and some optometrists are contracted to provide the service in the community.…

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Colour Vision Testing

Colour vision is tested using Ishihara plates, named after Shinobu Ishihara a Japanese ophthalmologist who created a simple test to detect colour blindness in 1918. His test remains the gold…

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Eye Injuries

Eye injuries can range from relatively minor, for instance getting dish washing liquid in your eye, to penetrating injuries with a sharp object like scissors leading to blindness. Optometrists deal…

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Children’s Vision Testing

It is vital children have their eyes tested early to screen for abnormalities. If there are problems like strabismus, where eyes are misaligned, or amblyopia, commonly called a lazy eye,…

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Occupational Testing

Anyone wishing to join the New Zealand Police needs to pass a special eye test conducted by a registered practitioner. Potential police officers are tested for unaided sight and they…

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Drivers Licence Testing

This includes testing for visual field as you need to meet a certain standard to be able to drive safely. There is a screening tool and a full test. The…

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Eyewear

Frames: there is a baffling range of spectacle frames available in most optical outlets. They are made in many shapes, sizes, colours and materials. They are also made for different…

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Fees

Eye Examinations - Costs
Adult examination with retinal photos $125
Student $89
Child (primary school or younger) $69
Digital retinal photos $52
Corneal topography $46
Contact lens fitting $265
Drivers licence screening $29
Prices are a guide, different or additional tests may be required. Prices are subject to change.

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52 Mokoia Road, Highbury

North Auckland

52 Mokoia Road
Highbury
North Shore City

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52 Mokoia Road
Highbury
North Shore City

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52 Mokoia Road
Highbury
North Shore City 0626

This page was last updated at 1:20PM on June 26, 2018. This information is reviewed and edited by Highbury Optometrists.