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Boronia
Clinic

Boronia Ophthalmology Clinic
  • Call

    1800 MACULA or 03 9890 4333
    FAX : 03 9890 4666

  • Location

    Ground floor, Suite 5,
    157 Scoresby Rd

    Boronia 3155 vic

  • Hours

    M8.30 am–6.30pm

    Tu–F8.30 am–5.30pm

    SatClosed

    SunClosed

Book a consultation

Complete the form below and we will contact you to arrange an appointment. You will need to bring a current referral letter from a GP or optometrist to your consultation. If you are interested in laser eye surgery and require a referral letter, an appointment can be arranged with one of our optometrists to organise this.

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IMPORTANT: If you are concerned about your eyes and require an urgent consultation, DO NOT use this form. Please call one of our clinics during office hours or contact your nearest emergency department instead.

Our Boronia clinic (located within Melbourne Eastern Healthcare) is a state-of-the-art clinic offering testing and treatment for retinal conditions, cataracts, glaucoma and a range of more general eye conditions.

We also offer intravitreal eye injections and scans at no out-of-pocket expense. This means that you will only pay the PBS prescription cost if you have a referral from your GP, optometrist or another medical specialist.

Clinic facilities

Opening in November 2016, Vision Eye Institute Boronia features the latest in ophthalmic technology and equipment. Many of our procedures, including eye injections, are performed on-site in our consulting and treatment rooms. Surgical procedures are performed at Vision Day Surgery Eastern.

Clinic services

In addition to treating general eye conditions, our ophthalmologists see patients with retinal conditions, cataracts and glaucoma. We also specialise in eye injections, which are commonly used to treat retinal conditions, including wet age-related macular degeneration, retinal vein occlusion and diabetic retinopathy.

Where possible or necessary, we carry out tests and treatment on the same day.

Cataract surgery

Cataract surgery usually takes less than 30 minutes and is performed at Vision Day Surgery Eastern. During this procedure, your surgeon will make a tiny 2–3 mm incision in the outermost layer of your eye (the cornea) to allow replacement of your cloudy lens with an artificial one.

Eye injections

During an eye injection, Dr Devinder Chauhan will inject a drug into your eye to reduce bleeding and leakage from damaged or abnormal blood vessels. Most patients experience pressure in the eye but no sharp pain. If you are receiving an eye injection, you can expect to spend approximately 30 to 45 minutes in our clinic.

Dr Chauhan has performed over 10,000 eye injections and uses a combination of anaesthetic drops and a gentle technique to put patients at ease and minimise discomfort.

Glaucoma treatment

If your ophthalmologist suspects glaucoma, you will undergo a number of tests to assess your vision, eye pressure and overall health and structure of your eyes. Depending on the outcome of these tests, eye drops, laser treatment or surgery may be recommended to reduce eye pressure and help prevent further vision loss.
Surgical options for glaucoma include filtration surgery and minimally-invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS, e.g. iStent). Laser options include selective laser trabeculoplasty and laser peripheral iridotomy.

Retinal procedures

As part of your retinal examination, you will be given eye drops to dilate your pupils. This helps your ophthalmologist to see your retinas more clearly, usually with the assistance of a bright, head-mounted light.

A range of other tests and procedures may follow to help provide an accurate diagnosis and guide your treatment. Many retinal conditions can be sight-threatening, so your ophthalmologist may recommend an urgent procedure or surgery.

The eye drops used during a retinal examination cause blurred vision and increased sensitivity to glare, so you may not be able to drive for 4 to 6 hours after your appointment.

Clinic team

Doctor Partners

Support staff

Margaret Kelly Practice manager
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Getting here

By car

Boronia is in the eastern suburbs, approximately 32 km from the Melbourne CBD. Located within the Melbourne Eastern Healthcare facility, the clinic is close to Eastlink and features plenty of free parking and an onsite café.

DO NOT DRIVE YOURSELF TO YOUR APPOINTMENT – please ask someone to drive and accompany you to the clinic instead. During your visit, you may require a procedure that results in blurred vision and/or increased sensitivity to glare. In these situations, you will not be able to drive safely after your appointment.

By public transport

Our clinic is a 20-minute walk from Bayswater train station. The Route 753 bus departs from Bayswater train station and stops very close to Melbourne Eastern Healthcare.

Disability access

Our clinic has convenient access for people with limited mobility.

Have a question?

IMPORTANT: If you are concerned about your eyes and require an urgent consultation, DO NOT use this form. Please call one of our clinics during office hours or contact your nearest emergency department.