In order to thoroughly assess your eye health, we typically use drops to dilate your eyes during the examination. Please come prepared to have your eyes dilated, by bringing sunglasses and someone to drive you home if you feel uncomfortable driving afterwards.
At the end of your examination, you will receive a written copy of your prescription.
We are able to examine children who are 6 months of age and older. Your child does not have to be able to read letters, identify pictures or even speak in order for their eyes to be examined, as many of the tests used to examine a child's eyes and vision differ from those used with adults. In most cases, we will be able to determine:
We are now fitting MiSight® 1 day contact lenses to reduce the progression of your child's nearsightedness. This is truly a breakthrough lens - during your child's eye exam we can determine if if would be suitable for them.
Some of our optometrists are qualified to diagnose and prescribe treatment for eye infections, inflammation and allergies, among others.
If you have eye irritation, redness, have had an eye injury, need something removed from your eye, have had a sudden loss of vision, think you have an eye infection, or any other concern, we are able to see you on an emergency basis. Please phone and let the staff know the nature of your problem and we will fit you in the same day.
Our camera is able to take digital photographs of the front surface of your eyes and your retinas. The photos are used to document various findings so they can be followed and compared over time.
Wondering about laser refractive surgery? Once we have completed your eye examination, we can advise you whether or not your prescription and eye health make you a suitable candidate for laser surgery. If you decide to proceed with surgery, your exam results can be forwarded to the laser centre of your choice. We also provide your post-operative care at the intervals required by the laser centre.