Our Specialty Eye Care Services
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Mississauga Optometrist Provides Full Service Eye Care And Optical Services
Our eye doctors specialize in family eye care and eye exams. Choose from the largest selection of designer eyeglass frames from your favorite brands or let us help you choose the perfect contact lens for your lifestyle. We carry disposable daily contact lenses and custom fit lenses. Our onsite lab can often prepare your eyeglasses while you wait.
Exceptional Eye Care Services
Our Mississauga Eye Doctors Care About How You See!
We focus on you, and the vision and eye health of your entire family. With a unique blend of skill, genuine compassion, professional experience and cutting-edge optometric technology, our eye care specialists will provide all your vision needs in our convenient office in Mississauga, Ontario.
Complete Eye Exams
Do you need a comprehensive eye exam? Our optometrists will examine your eyes and vision to provide you with an updated prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses if needed, and use the latest diagnostics to analyze your vision and inspect your eye health for any signs of abnormality or disease.
We are a family-friendly practice, and we welcome patients of all ages. Babies and young children require a gentle touch and a unique approach. Our pediatric eye doctor is experienced in performing eye exams for kids so your child will have a positive and pleasant eye care experience! The risk of eye disease rises with age, and with our adult patients, we will evaluate closely for signs of developing eye disease. You can depend upon us to keep close watch on your eye health throughout all stages of life.
Surgery Co-Management & Myopia Control
Our highly qualified eye doctors offer convenient co-management services for ocular surgeries, such as cataract surgery and LASIK. We are also experts with myopia control for children. If your child’s prescription for nearsightedness keeps getting worse, we encourage you to contact us to schedule a pediatric consultation today.
Don’t miss out on all the stunning beauty of life! We’re waiting to help you see the world clearly in Mississauga, Ontario.
Optimal Eye Health
If you are diagnosed with an ocular disease or condition, such as glaucoma, macular degeneration or cataracts, we will monitor and manage it to prevent complications and vision loss. Even if your condition isn’t dangerous, such as dry eye or allergies, our eye doctor will work with you patiently to relieve any painful symptoms. Each patient who visits our Mississauga, Ontario eye care clinic deserves to enjoy clear, healthy and comfortable vision!
Accurate Eyewear Prescriptions
Excellent vision correction relies upon having a current and correct vision prescription for eyeglasses and/or contact lenses. Our optometrist will use high technology Vision Analysis to ensure that you receive an ultra-precise prescription.
Is it time to replenish your supply of contact lenses? Stop in anytime with your prescription; we stock an extensive range of premium brands. If you need new eyewear, we’ll help you select a flattering pair of designer frames from our contemporary optical collection. In addition, we feature an on-site lab for eyeglasses – so you won’t wait long for crisp vision!
Time Saving Tips Before Your Eye Exam
If you are a new patient, please fill out the patient information form: Click Here
What to bring with you to the exam:
- Your medical insurance card (it is different than vision insurance)
- Your old or current eyeglasses
- Any eyedrops you regularly use
- A list of your medications
- Your sunglasses. We can check to see if they have enough UV protection.
- If you would like computer glasses, measure the distance between the computer screen and your eyes.
For contact lens wearers:
- If you are a new patient and wear contact lenses, bring in the contact lens packaging or boxes with contact lens brand, power and base curve (BC). If you ran out and do not know your power, call your previous office and ask them to fax/email it to us.
- Wear your contact lenses in if you want to update/order contact lenses.
- Don’t forget to bring in back-up pair of eyeglasses.
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Learn More About Our Mississauga Eye Care Services:
Comprehensive eye exams in Mississauga Ontario's Sheridan Optometric Centre include a Vision Analysis combined with a complete Ocular Health Evaluation. Read more here.
According to experts, 80% of learning is visual, which means that if your child is having difficulty seeing clearly, his or her learning can be affected. This also goes for infants who develop and learn about the world around them through their sense of sight. To ensure that your children have the visual resources they need to grow and develop normally, their eyes and vision should be checked by an eye doctor at certain stages of their development.
If you're ready for an alternative to glasses and/or contacts look to us for co-management of LASIK, cataract, and other ocular surgery.
Even if your child has “20/20” eyesight he may be experiencing vision problems.
Myopia, when treated with glasses alone, can put your child at risk for developing eye diseases. Reduce the progression of myopia before it's too late.
Including Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, and Cataracts.
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