Your optician with experience  in East Sheen.


Our offer! The 4D eye health scan

We are providing a complimentary  4D eye health scan (worth £40) using one of the most advanced OCT machines when you book an eye test. We have seen the benefits first hand and have already helped to save the sight of one of our new customers.

Why should I have a 4D eye health scan?
Early detection of a disease can prevent debilitating eye conditions.  Sometimes, waiting for symptoms is too late as the damage has already been done.   Perfect vision doesn’t necessarily mean healthy eyes.

The Spectralis OCT is a state-of-the-art machine from Heidelberg, one of the world respected and leading manufacturers.

Blink Optics

Nilesh Soneji of Blink Optics

is a new family Optometry practice in East Sheen run by Nilesh and Alka Soneji. Our customers come from Kew, Richmond, Putney, Chiswick, Hammersmith as well as our international patients who visit us from the Gulf States, Africa and the U.S.A.

Nilesh previously worked at Boots Opticians in Hammersmith.

You can find Blink Optics at 327 Upper Richmond Road West, near to NatWest Bank, opposite the Hare and Hounds.

For an appointment for a full eye examination with a complimentary Spectralis 4D OCT Eye Health screen, phone 0203 327 1510



What is the SPECTRALIS 4D HD Eye Health Check?

The SPECTRALIS 4D HD Eye Health Check helps us to provide much more than your standard sight test. It employs the use of a high-tech eye scanner to scan your eyes looking for very early signs of retinal and optic nerve disease. This technology is used on board the International Space Station to check the health of astronaut’s eyes and now you can have your eye health checked in exactly the same way here on planet Earth.
Why should I have a SPECTRALIS 4D HD eye health scan? Perfect vision does not mean healthy eyes. It is easy to forget about your eye health when you have perfect vision. You may be unaware of a disease in your eye until you begin having vision problems. If problems with 
your vision arise, this can often mean that significant damage to your eye has already occurred, and this damage may be irreversible.