Senior Eye Exams

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If The Details Always Look a Little Fuzzy, It’s Probably Time to Pay Us a Visit

As we get older our eyes start to misbehave. Diseases that impair vision, such as macular degeneration and glaucoma, become more common the older we get. Staying on top of your eye health is important- vision lost to eye diseases can’t be restored.

Our approach to eye care is simple: by getting in-depth information about your eye health, and by taking high-resolution images of your eye, we can ensure that we are always properly managing any underlying eye diseases that could cause vision loss. Working together, we will ensure you have the best vision possible.

Changes to Vision Are Normal

Nearly 8% of Canadian adults (2.5 million people) have cataracts. Of those that do, most are over age 60. In fact, by the time you reach 65, it’s more likely than not that you’ll have some type of cataract forming.

As vision changes, we can work together to correct presbyopia, manage refractive errors, treat eye diseases, and more. As normal as changing eyesight is, there is much we can do to preserve and extend your visual acuity.


 
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