We provide comprehensive eye care to our patients by way of education, service, and compassion. Every effort is made by our staff and doctors to be up-to-date with the newest research and technology to best evaluate and maintain the health of your eyes. Our patients should know and feel that every member of our team is invested in their care.
Our complete eye-health examination will include the following:
Please allow at least 30 minutes.
Reception List of medications, previous appointments, patient history.
Pre-test with a series of diagnostic equipment.
Humphrey Visual Fields
Colour Vision Testing
Ocular Coherence Topography
After pre-testing you will then visit the doctor who will evaluate your digital eye information with you. Please make sure you ask any questions you have about your eye health with our doctors. We are here to help you!
Annual Eye-Health Exams should include patients who are:
Any eye disease such as Glaucoma, Macular degeneration etc.
Contact lens wearers
Taking certain drugs such as Plaquenil for Rheumatoid arthritis
Eye-Health Examinations are covered annually by the government for:
Diabetic heath examinations
Children to age 17 (Saskatchewan) and 18 (Alberta)
Age 65 and over (Alberta only)
Certain cases of supplementary income are covered every 2 years - please inquire with the office.
80% of learning is through vision!
First Eye-Health Examination should begin at 6 months of age and annually to age 17 (Saskatchewan) and 18 (Alberta).
These Eye-Health Examinations are covered annually by the government!
As eye infections, sudden loss of vision, sudden visual disturbances are covered by the government - please email or phone us or Dr. Monea directly, @ firstname.lastname@example.org. DO NOT go to emergency first - please contact us for directions on any eye-related issues. We are here to help you!
We carry a wide selection of frames, from the industry’s most established designer brands to unique lines you won’t find anywhere else in the city.
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