Eye Conditions​

Most Common Eye Conditions

Glaucoma, Cataracts, Dry Eyes, Diabetic retinopathy... Are you aware of the most common eye conditions? Every one of these eye conditions can be treated, but you need to know what your options are. 

Macular Degeneration Test


People who suffer from astigmatism may find it hard to see clearly at times. But did you know that this common eye condition can also cause other problems?

Dry Eye Management

Dry Eye

With millions of Australians affected by dry eye, many of them end up suffering in silence. This debilitating eye condition is often mistaken for normal, everyday eye strain and dismissed.

Eye allergies

Eye Allergies

Did you know that eye allergy and dry eye is one of the most common eye problems in adults? I bet you didn't, but you should. As we get older, our immune systems weaken and we start producing less of the fluids our eyes need, resulting in eye allergies.



Glaucoma is a disease where pressure builds up inside the eye that damages the optic nerve and can lead to blindness. Prevention is key to reducing the risk of glaucoma.

Diabetic Eye Test

Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration is a disease that causes your center vision to slowly but steadily get worse and worse. It means that you may no longer be able to see clearly enough to drive or read.



Myopia is a serious visual problem that usually begins in childhood but it can begin as late as adulthood. In recent years, it has become a significant health problem in Australia



If you suffer from styes, you know all too well how uncomfortable they can be. These painful, red, pus-filled lumps on your eyelid can make it difficult to see clearly or at all.

Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) is a condition that occurs when patients with diabetes have damage to the blood vessels in the retina, which can lead to vision loss and blindness. Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness in adults aged 20 to 74 years

Have any query?

Request An Appointment



Our Services


Common Eye Conditions


Why Mandurah Choose Us

Why Choose Optomize

At Optomize, we are a family focused Optometry practice located in the wider Mandurah area,  in the relaxed coastal suburb of Meadow Springs where you will always find ample parking. We care for your eyes by providing comprehensive examinations through to high-quality spectacles, products and services. 

20 Years Of Service

Over 20 years of caring for the health and wellbeing of the Mandurah community 

Continuity of Clinical Care

Continuity of clinical care means you will always see the same Optometrist 

Independent Optometrist

Our independence gives us the freedom to recommend the best total eye care and eyewear solutions every time 

Latest Techhnology

We use the the latest technology to assist with early detection of preventable eye disease (OCT scanning)

Why Choose Optomize Mandurah
Optomize Mandurah

Why Choose Optomize Mandurah

Optomize is an Independent Optometry Practice and a proud member of ProVision, a support group for independent Optometrists.

We are a locally owned family-focused Optometrist and Mary-Rose, our Optometrist and owner, has been working in the Mandurah community for over 25 years.

All of our wonderful staff are locals, and we proudly support the local community and businesses

All of our frames have a 2-year warranty, as we will only purchase frames of the highest quality. We also have a comprehensive and attractive health fund range with a 6-month warranty

We Are Mandurah's Leading



For Over 20 Years

Schedule an appointment with our Mandurah optometrist and find out why we are the leading independent optometrist in the Mandurah area.