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Eye Exams & Vision Care

We provide kindness, excellence and extraordinary service in caring for your vision. Our passion is improving your performance with a goal of “Sight For Life”.

With prevention and early diagnosis as the mainstay of our philosophy, our team utilizes state of the art technology to deliver personal and comprehensive care for your entire family. We pride ourselves on our desire to educate patients of their vision, their eye health, all options available for pertinent issues relevant to them to provide a very personalized experience. We hope to build a life-long relationship with you and your family.

Primary Eye Care For All Ages in

family eye care and eyeglasses fitting in St. Catharines

  • Comprehensive eye health and vision examinations
  • Binocular Vision Evaluations
  • Vision Therapy and Enhancement
  • Contact lens examination and fitting – conventional wear, disposables, dailies and Crazy Novelty Lenses (cat eyes or bullseye etc.) Soft and hard (rigid gas permeable) contact lens fittings are available
  • Eye Glasses and Sunglasses – over 500 frames including contemporary, designer, classic and conservative
  • Sports and Safety Eyewear
  • Corneal Reshaping
  • Dry Eye
  • Magnifiers and Low Vision Aids and Examinations
  • Referrals and Co-management of cataract, glaucoma, retinal lesions, infections and injuries
  • Visual field screening
  • LASIK and laser surgery consultation and co-management

OHIP Coverage

OHIP pays for full yearly eye examinations for patients under 20 and over 65. Some patients between those ages are also covered for certain diseases (for example diabetics). Those that are not covered by OHIP will be responsible for payment. We accept cash, debit, MasterCard, and Visa.

Often your employment insurance benefits cover the cost of one eye examination every 2 years.


The role of Ontario optometrists has expanded to allow prescriptions of both topical and systemic medications to treat a variety of eye diseases.

Since April 7, 2011, optometrists with approved therapeutic pharmaceutical agent training have been able to prescribe medications to treat:

  • Bacterial and eye infections
  • Lid infection and inflammation
  • Eye inflammation (Eg. iritis, uveitis, episcleritis, and scleritis)
  • Eye allergies
  • Eye pain
  • Glaucoma

Full details are availabe through the Ontario Association of Optometrists.

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We are now open for routine eye care by appointment only. To view our COVID-19 protocols and procedures please click here.