Eye Exams

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Adult Eye Exams

Regardless of your age or how well you see, it’s important to have your eyes examined regularly. A complete eye exam will evaluate how well you see and includes a full assessment of your eyes.

Periodic eye and vision examinations are an essential part of preventative health care. Many eye and vision problems have no obvious visual signs or symptoms. As a result, individuals are often unaware of the issues that exist.

A visual assessment allows for the diagnosis and detection of health and vision-threatening conditions such as:

Early diagnosis and treatment are important for maintaining good vision and eye health, and when possible, preventing vision loss.

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Our Technology

Our office is equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to assist in the evaluation of spectacle and contact lens prescriptions. We also test and evaluate peripheral vision, intraocular pressure, and the general health of the eye.

Digital retinal imaging is offered to all patients to establish a baseline and to ensure accurate and detailed comparison from one year to the next. We work closely with other surgical and medical professionals to refer you for further assessment or treatment if required.

Children’s Eye Exams

25% of children have a vision problem and may not know it.

80% of a child’s learning is visual, so excellent sight and eye health are critical to a child’s development. Children who cannot see the blackboard, focus on a picture, or follow words in a book may struggle to achieve their full learning potential.

We offer eye examinations that are tailored to your child. As a child grows, their eye muscles will strengthen, nerve connections will multiply, and your child’s eyes will become stronger and work together more effectively.

When examining children, it’s important to ensure their vision is monitored, the eyes are aligned and working together, and there isn’t a significant prescription difference between the two eyes.

With regular eye exams, we can monitor your child’s progress and detect and manage problems efficiently.

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Amblyopia, or “lazy eye,” is a condition that begins during early childhood and is the most common cause of vision loss in children.

This condition occurs when one eye is stronger than the other. The individual relies exclusively on the eye with better vision, resulting in poor development of the weaker eye.

Not noticing the difference, many children with amblyopia accept poor vision and other vision problems as normal and may not complain. If treated early, amblyopia often resolves completely.

Alternatively, if left unchecked or untreated, amblyopia can lead to permanent vision loss in the affected eye.

Strabismus, or “crossed eyes,” is a condition that appears during early childhood and prevents both eyes from focusing on an object at the same time. This condition can be corrected with various treatment methods if treated in the early stages.

In time, if this alignment problem is not corrected, the weak eye will not develop a strong connection to the brain and can become amblyopic, which may result in permanent vision loss.

Diabetic Eye Exams

Diabetes is the most common cause of blindness in people under the age of 65 in Canada. People with diabetes are more likely to develop cataracts at a younger age and are twice as likely to develop glaucoma, a disease of the optic nerve. The effect of diabetes on the retina is the most serious threat to vision.

Diabetic retinopathy is an eye disease caused by uncontrolled diabetes. This disease causes damage to the structure of the blood vessels found in the retina and causes them to leak blood.

The blood vessels may swell and leak blood and fluids into the macula, the part of the retina that is responsible for sharp central vision. This process is known as diabetic macular edema and can result in permanent vision loss.

One major problem for patients with diabetic eye disease is that there are often no symptoms until the disease reaches an advanced stage. Proper blood glucose control can significantly reduce the severity of diabetic retinopathy and other diabetic eye diseases.

According to the National Eye Institute, with early detection through annual dilated eye exams, timely treatment, and appropriate follow-up, the risk of severe vision loss from diabetic retinopathy can be reduced by 95%.

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Etobicoke, ON M8V 0B3

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