Specsavers Optometrists

Optometrist - Chadstone, VIC

2 Pairs, 1 Low Price. Always.

Shop B096 Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Dandenong Rd, Chadstone VIC 3148

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  1. About Us

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About Us

About Specsavers Optometrists

Our mission is to be the best value optometrists anywhere in Australia, satisfying personal eye care needs at affordable prices, simply, clearly and consistently. Put simply, we will bring fashionable and affordable eye care to all Australians.

Together with our network of local optometrists, we deliver the best of all worlds to our customers - great and affordable eye care from trusted local optometrists as well as the range and buying power of Specsavers.

Specsavers offers more than 1000 frame styles and colours. New styles and designers are introduced regularly to keep up with changes in fashion and technology. An expanding range of designer glasses is now available, including Australian brands such as Alex Perry, Country Road, Quiksilver and Roxy as well as global brands including Karen Millen, Jasper Conran, FCUK and Europe's biggest selling designer brand, Osiris which is exclusive to Specsavers.

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Optical Prescription Dispensers

Products and Services


Consulting, Diabetes Screening, Eye Examinations, Fittings, Frame Adjustments, Glaucoma Testing, Repairs, Replacement




Bifocals, Contact Lens Solution, Contact Lenses, Frames, Multifocals, Progressive Lenses, Spectacles, Sunglasses, Thin Lenses, Transition Lenses


Country Road, FCUK, Focus, Roxy



Age Group

Adults, Children, Seniors

Service Option

By Appointment

Payment Concern

Bulk Billing, Health Fund Claims, Insurance Claims




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Additional Locations

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  • How can I make an appointment?

    You can use www.specsavers.com.au/book-an-appointment) to make an appointment.

  • Where can I find a Specsavers store?

    You can use www.specsavers.com.au/store-locator) to find our closest store.

  • How often should I have an eye examination?

    It is recommended by the Optometrists Association of Australia that no matter your age, regular eye examinations and early detection are essential for the whole family. If you suspect you have an eye or vision problem should consult your optometrist.

  • How much will an eye examination cost?

    Medicare card holders are entitled to one bulk billed eye examination per calendar year.

  • What can I expect at an eye examination?

    We will begin our Patient Registration to find out about your vision needs. During the consultation with an optometrist we will analyse your current eyewear, electronically measure how your eyes focus, measure your vision & check that your eyes are healthy and check for diseases such as cataract & glaucoma. The optometrist will determine the prescription that gives you the clearest, most comfortable vision possible. We will review our findings & make a recommendation tailored to your needs.

  • At what age should children have their first eye examination?

    We advise that children should have their first eye examination at around three years old. Learning difficulties can sometimes be caused by uncorrected vision problems, so the earlier they can be detected, the better the chance of correcting them.

  • How do you know if my child has an eye problem?

    In first 12 years of our lives, as much as 80% of learning is accomplished through our vision. Yet, one out of every four children has an undetected vision problem that may inhibit their progress. It can be difficult to spot. Children have no way of knowing if what they see is any different from what others can see. But there are a number of tell-tale signs you can look out for, eg; is your child sitting too close to the TV; do they rub their eyes repeatedly; are they clumsy; do they squint?

  • What glasses are available for specifically children?

    Children's glasses are specifically designed to fit small faces. There are lots of features and special lenses you can choose to ensure their glasses fit comfortably and will survive the rough and tumble of a busy active life. Your child's new glasses will be fitted and adjusted to ensure they are comfortable to wear. They'll also be given a free case in which to keep them when not being worn, and a lens cleaning cloth.

  • Can my eyesight be affected by pregnancy?

    Yes, you might be surprised to know your eyes can be affected during pregnancy. The good news is, most mums find their vision returns to normal soon after delivery. Vision can become slightly impaired due to the fluctuations in hormone levels. Mums-to-be can also experience dry eyes, blurred or distorted vision, spots and floaters (small clusters of cells which break off from the inside wall of the eye and float in the gel which fills the eye).

  • I have just turned 40, why is my eyesight starting to change?

    When you reach your 40's your eyesight starts to change. Presbyopia, or blurred near vision, affects everyone sooner or later. Don't panic - you just need an eye test to determine which eyewear is right for you. Specsavers offer a range of including bifocals, multifocals, reading glasses and contact lenses. If you need eyewear but don't know what type will be best for you, your optometrist will recommend various options.