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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.

Job Action

Due to a province-wide job action by optometrists, we will not be seeing any children, seniors, or providing OHIP-insured eye exams as of September 1st, To learn more about what you can do to help, visit our Job Action Info Page.