POLYVISION
BRINGS YOU
GOOD VISION AND
HEALTHY EYES

PolyVision has been providing and promoting comprehensive eyecare services to the public since its establishment in 2005.

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5

Eyecare
Centres

As an eyecare centre of international professional standard, PolyVision is committed to offering a one-stop quality eyecare service to the public.

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12

Years of service

Optometrists in PolyVision are registered with the Optometrist Board under Part I registry and they are qualified to use diagnostic drugs in eye examinations.

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230,000+

Patients

Optometrists in PolyVision are dedicated to raise public awareness of the importance of eyecare through education.

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QUALITY
VISION CARE
ASSURED

The first eyecare centre accredited with 
ISO9001:2015 certification in Hong Kong

One-Stop Service

OUTSTANDING
PROFESSION

Over 45 quality eyecare service and excellent branding awards

ACHIEVEMENT

News & Events


2018/5/11

PolyVision proudly presents: The Father of Optometry - Professor George Woo

The general public thought Optometric service was limited to just getting glasses. But it is so much more...

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2018/5/11

Accept Now! Elderly Health Care Voucher - Benefiting Eligible Elderly People Aged 65+

To alleviate the burden of medical expenses on the elderly and their families and to enhance health promotion and primary care, the Government has lowered the eligibility age for the Scheme from 70 to 65 with effect from 1 July 2017. We accept and welcome the eligible elderly using the Health Care Voucher at our centres...

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2018/5/11

PolyVision x Ocean Park Co-organized "Keep Myopia Away, Go Outdoors and Play" Project For All Kindergarten and Primary School Children (Aged 3-11) Supported by Hang Seng Bank

The prevalence of myopia increased rapidly with age (6 years old 18.3% ► 12 years old 61.5%). High myopia increases the risk of eye diseases such as retinal degeneration, retinal detachment etc. Studies from Australia, China, Singapore...

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Eyecare library

Myopia

Myopia (also known as near-/ short-sightedness) is most commonly caused by the length of the eyeball (i.e. visual axis) being longer than it should. As a result, the visual image is formed in front of the retina and causes blurry distant vision. Myopia can be corrected by using appropriate concave lenses to help the image focus back onto the retina.

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Eye care library

Myopia

Myopia (also known as near-/ short-sightedness) is most commonly caused by the length of the eyeball (i.e. visual axis) being longer than it should. As a result, the visual image is formed in front of the retina and causes blurry distant vision. Myopia can be corrected by using appropriate concave lenses to help the image focus back onto the retina.

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Eye care library

Myopia

Myopia (also known as near-/ short-sightedness) is most commonly caused by the length of the eyeball (i.e. visual axis) being longer than it should. As a result, the visual image is formed in front of the retina and causes blurry distant vision. Myopia can be corrected by using appropriate concave lenses to help the image focus back onto the retina.

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EYECARE Q&A

How can I know if my baby has normal vision development?

The visual system of infants is still maturing. They need different visual stimuli (such as light, colors, moving objects, etc) from their surrounding environment to develop a healthy and efficient visual system. Parents are advised to pay attention to the following signs which are infants’ visual developmental milestones.

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EYECARE Q&A

How can I know if my baby has normal vision development?

The visual system of infants is still maturing. They need different visual stimuli (such as light, colors, moving objects, etc) from their surrounding environment to develop a healthy and efficient visual system. Parents are advised to pay attention to the following signs which are infants’ visual developmental milestones.

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EYECARE Q&A

How can I know if my baby has normal vision development?

The visual system of infants is still maturing. They need different visual stimuli (such as light, colors, moving objects, etc) from their surrounding environment to develop a healthy and efficient visual system. Parents are advised to pay attention to the following signs which are infants’ visual developmental milestones.

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