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South Coast Optometrists Family Practices in Seaford and Aldinga

Our eye care professionals in Seaford and Aldinga, South Australia go beyond 20/20 to help our patients see clearly and maintain eye health into the future.

We are up to date with the rapid progress of eye medicine and technology, so you benefit from precise diagnoses and optimal treatments for a variety of conditions, such as dry eye disease.

We ensure that we listen and tailor individual eye solutions on your needs so you can take on your day with healthy eyes and clear vision.

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Contact Lenses

Enjoy the comfort of contact lenses. We offer disposable soft contact, bifocal/multifocal, toric, and colored lenses.

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Eye Tests

Routine eye tests are important regardless of your age. We will check your prescription and eye health during a full test.

Meet Our Optometrists

Our team at South Coast Optometrists is committed and experienced. We proudly serve the community in the outer southern suburbs of Adelaide and the Fleurieu Peninsula.

We are passionate about ensuring a personalised professional experience whilst making the visit to the practices a rewarding one.


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