In order to slow down the spread of coronavirus, you need to guard your eyes, as well as your hands and mouth, experts say. Thus, eye protection from COVID-19 is very important.
Optometry is a primary health care profession which dedicated to the improvement and preservation of the eyesight. Optometric practices include eye examination, dispensing of spectacles for the correction of the refractive error, prescribe contact lenses, as well as provide diagnosis and management of ocular disease. Optometrist that served in this field of profession examines the eyes not only for vision problems, but also for the early detection of eye diseases and other abnormal systemic conditions. As such, the optometrist can provide his/her treatment plan well to the client so to manage the problems faced, whether to prescribe glasses, provide vision therapy or appropriate referral when necessary. Definition of Optometry Differences between Optician, Optometrist and Ophthalmologist An optometrist is an eye doctor that can examine, diagnose, and treat your eyes. An…
According to World Health Organization (WHO), optometrists are defined as a healthcare profession that is autonomous, educated and regulated (licensed/registered). Optometrists are primary healthcare practitioners of the eye and visual system who provide comprehensive eye and vision care, which includes refraction and dispensing, detection/diagnosis and management of disease in the eye, and the rehabilitation of conditions of the visual system. In short, optometrists are working under essential services. In the recent news, the government had revoked our permission to operate in our usual operating hours in phase three of Movement Control Order (MCO). In a letter from Association of Malaysian Optometrists (AMO) to Minister of International Trade and Industry (MITI), the Optometrists request to be classified under “Healthcare Providers” and allow Optometrists to practice under the strict guideline of National…
Optometris merupakan pakar dalam penjagaan penglihatan. Blog ini menjelaskan secara terperinci bidang Optometri dan profesion seorang Optometris. (more…)
Legal or not, you will still require glasses to see clearer if you have a refractive error. And that could manifest more if you tend to do more reading, especially law students, graduates to practitioners. (more…)
Malaya Optical 2017 presents our yearly team building trip among our dedicated optometrists and staff! (more…)
It's April 2017, and we have a lot going on at Malaya Optical. In short, this short blog will gently update you with our recent activities here! (more…)
March 2017 It's march 2017, thus far, we have a lot going on at Malaya Optical. From visits to training, this short blog will gently update you with our recent activities here! (more…)