Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When should I see an eye doctor?
The Canadian association of optometrists recommends annual eye examinations for all kids under the age of 19, seniors over the age of 65 and if you have any medical conditions that may affect your vision (i.e. Diabetes). For adults between the age of 19 and 64, it is recommended to have a comprehensive eye examination at least once every 2 years.
What should I bring to my eye exam?
Please bring all your eyeglasses that you currently wear and any contact lenses that you use. Also bring a pair of sunglasses to wear after the exam in case your eyes need to be dilated during the eye examination.
In addition, please bring your health card and a complete list of medications that you take. An eye examination can reveal critical information about your general health. Furthermore, many medications can affect the eyes, which is why communicating this information to the optometrist is very important.
What eyewear products are available?
We offer a wide range of eyewear products including both designer and non-designer prescription eyeglasses, sunglasses and safety glasses. Some of our post popular brands include Tom Ford, Ray-Ban, Tiffany & Co., Versace, Burberry, and Michael Kors.
We also offer soft contact lenses from the leading vendors in the industry including Alcon, CooperVision, Bausch & Lomb and Johnson & Johnson.
Visit us in-store to check out our full collection.
How do I know if my child needs glasses?
Often children may not complain about reduced vision or having trouble seeing. If they go untreated, it can lead to negative long-term consequences such as the development of a lazy eye, headaches, eyestrain and poor performance in school. The best way to ensure your child is seeing their best, is to bring them in for their regular, routine eye exam every year.