Dear Patients

At this time, under the direction of the Chief Medical Officer of Ontario, Dr. Sabrina Ahmed's office will be closed until further notice.

Our top priority is the health and safety of our patients, staff and community. This closure recommendation is to reduce community spread of Covid-19 and to support the governments call for social distancing.

We are optimistically anticipating that the office will re-open on April 20th, 2020. There is a possibility this date will most likely be changed.

In the event that you are experiencing an urgent eye problem, please send an email to

If you require Urgent Eye Care, please write URGENT in the subject line of the email and give a description of the symptoms. As well include a telephone number where you can be reached.
Please note, as we are working from home, your return phone call will show "No Caller ID".

In the meantime if you are experiencing any symptoms of Covid-19, such as cough, fever or are having breathing difficulties please contact Telehealth at 1-866-797-0000, your local public health centre or your primary care giver.

We thank you in advance for your understanding and look forward to seeing our patients in the near future.

Stay Healthy

Welcome to - Dr. Sabrina Ahmed

Common Eye Issues

  • Glaucoma – is a complicated condition of increased pressure within the eyeball, resulting in the optic nerve to experience permanent, progressive loss of vision.
  • Refractive Surgery – is a method of surgery which corrects and enhances your vision if you have any form of refractive issues including Astigmatism, Myopia (farsightedness) and Hyperopia (nearsightedness).
  • Age-Related Macular Degeneration – occurs when the small macula begins to deteriorate over time. The disease progressively worsens with age which is why it is referred to as Age-related Macular Degeneration(ARMD). ARMD is of the main causes of severe visions loss in individuals 60+ and it results in ocular impairment.
  • Cataract – is a medical condition where the clouding of the retina results from increased protein build-up within the lens. Cataracts may cause blindness and blurred vision if they are not dealt with.
  • Diabetic Retinopathy – is a condition affecting both eyes, where retinal blood vessels become impaired, leaking blood and fluids resulting in puffed up retinal tissues and fuzzy vision.
  • Dry Eye – is when individuals do not produce enough tears to sufficiently lubricate and nourish the eye. Tears are essential to retain a healthy front surface of the eyes. This is a very common issue in adults.