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Adult Eye Exams

Great Eye Care in Keswick, ON

The Eyes On Georgina Eye Exam

guy w shades neutral shirt 1280x853During an eye exam, we determine your overall eye health through comprehensive testing and diagnostic techniques. We use the latest technology to get the most accurate readings and fully explain our findings.

Dr. Patel will then recommend a course of treatment varying from specific lenses through to specialized procedures.

What To Expect

During your exam, our Keswick eye doctor will run a series of tests to check your vision. These tests consist of (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Visual acuity
    • Eye Coordination
    • Depth perception
    • Near and far focusing issues
  • Near and Far vision needs
  • Color vision/color deficiency
  • Binocular Vision
  • Ocular health (front and back of the eye)
  • Eye pressures
  • Digital Imaging

Eye Disease Detection

Our Keswick eye care expert will also conduct tests to check for various eye and systemic diseases. Our highly trained Optometrists are able to detect many of these diseases before they affect your vision, and many are treatable with proper eye care.

75% of all vision loss in North America can be prevented with early and effective treatment.

How often should I have my eyes checked

We recommend a professional eye exam and diagnostic test every year. More frequent visits may be required if you are experiencing issues or undergoing eye disease related treatment. Simply put, we all go to the dentist at least twice a year if not more, would you rather lose a tooth or your vision?

What if I want to change my Glasses

A change in frames is always an option. While we can use the prescription of your previous exam if you are changing frames within a year, it is always a better option to have an eye exam to ensure the best quality lenses are used for your new frames, as eyes can change quite a bit in short periods of time.

Insurance Coverage

Many provincial plans and third-party insurance providers will cover vision care services. Contact our helpful staff to let you know what is and what is not covered by our provincial plans and third-party insurance providers.