What happens at the appointment?

The specialist will ask you questions about your general health, possible medication and your eye symptoms

We will examine the possible refractive disorders using computer-aided examination equipment.

The specialist will perform microscope examination of your eyes and will measure your intraocular pressure. Increased intraocular pressure is an important risk factor of glaucoma. The intraocular structures of the eyes will be examined utilizing various lenses and mirrors.

In the examination of the intraocular structure the specialist will use drops to dilate the pupils. The drops will temporarily prevent you from seeing near, and your eyes may also be sensitive to light, which is why it is recommended to bring a pair of sunglasses with you when you come to the clinic. It is not recommended to drive after having dilating drops in your eyes, and you should be accompanied by someone if necessary.

We utilize ultra-modern examination equipment for imaging of the cornea and retina, to aid us in the assesment of the health of your eyes. We can perform fundus photography at every appointment if necessary. There are many benefits to eye examination at SolEyes.

After the examination, the doctor will tell you the findings of the examination, possibly give you a prescription for glasses or discuss the benefits of eye surgery with you, as well as recommend how often you should have your eyes checked.


The appointment and examinations will take about 60 to 90 minutes