An Important Message From Optomeyes Eyewear

Although “non essential businesses” are to be shut down, as of now allied health which includes optometrists have been advised to continue operating by the Prime Minister. If you have flu like symptoms please call us PRIOR to your scheduled appointment. If you have any questions please phone the practice on (02) 9643 2749

All of our Optometrists and members of staff are taking all precautions to create a safe and hygienic environment.

Welcome to




woman taking off glasses


Orthokeratology is a treatment option that has been around for over 50 years. It is based on the principles of reshaping

the cornea (front surface of the eye). This allows people to see clearly without using glasses or contact lenses during the day.

Topcon OCT-2000


Taking a photograph of the inside of your eye has always been important. With OCT technology we are now able to perform 3D scans of the eye. This enables us to monitor eye health changes more efficiently. This is now available at Optomeyes Eyewear.

bifocal glasses


Multifocal lenses allow users to see clearly at near, intermediate and at far distances. Newer generation multifocal lenses allows users to have clearer vision and a quicker adaptation time resulting in a more comfortable wearing experience.

Man having eye examination


Sight is a privilege. Approximately 80% of vision is preventable. This is why we recommend for most people to have a comprehensive eye check every two years. Those over the age of 50 and those with a family history of eye disease are encouraged to have annual comprehensive eye test.

Woman wearing glasses


Wearing glasses can be a fashion statement. Whether you need glasses or sunglasses you will be able to find something suitable in our wide selection. We can also make sunglasses with your prescription. Our glasses  suit all face shapes, moods and outfits!

contact lenses


Contact lenses are not thick pieces of plastic which dry out our eyes easily. Recently advancements in contact lens material allow them to have high water content as well as breathable. This allows contact lens users to have a more comfortable wearing experience.

Meet The Team

Ibrahim Anmak

B.Optom (hons), Cert Ocular Therapeutics

Ibrahim is the principle optometrist at Optomeyes Eyewear and graduated from UNSW with Honours. In 2015 Ibrahim furthered his qualifications by completing his certificate in ocular therapeutics which allow him to prescribe ocular medication.

Ibrahim believes in high quality eye care by providing top level of service aided by the latest technology.


Having grown up in Auburn, Ibrahim feels it is a privilege to be serving his community and he has provided professional primary eye care services in his long established practice since 2003.


Apart from full scope optometry, his interests in include, diagnosis, management and treatment of ocular disease, complex contact lenses for keratoconus and orthokeratology. 


Ibrahim is fluent in Turkish.

Emma Jaafar

B.Optom (hons), Cert Ocular Therapeutics

Emma graduated with honours from the University of NSW in 1999 with the degree of Bachelor of Optometry. She furthered her education by completing her Graduate Certificate in Ocular Therapeutics in 2016.


Before joining the Optomeyes Eyewear team in 2009, Emma was the principle optometrist at OPSM Parramatta for nearly 10 years.


Emma is also a local who grew up in the area and has a passion for giving back to the local community and strives to provide high quality compassionate and professional eye care. 


Emma works as a full scope optometrist, and has a keen interest in diagnosis and treatment of ocular disease, contact lenses and children’s vision.



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