Our eyes help us experience and interpret the world around us and regular eye exams are a critical step in ensuring they stay healthy and happy for as long as possible.
Our eyes are delicate organs. Regular eye exams will not only determine your required eyeglass prescription, but will help us detect, diagnose, and manage possible eye diseases, and help us identify any age-related needs and vision changes that require attention.
However, because everyone is unique, this may not be the same for you. Our experienced eye care professionals will determine what frequency would work best for your needs and provide you with all the information you need.
At Parkview, your health and needs are the most important thing to us. We strive to make your visit as comfortable and successful as possible.
Our comprehensive eye exams include standard and trusted eye tests using cutting edge diagnostic equipment. Our doctors are dedicated to researching the latest advances in eye care to provide you with service you can trust.
Regular eye exams involve a series of tests that check your eye health, diagnose eye disease, monitor for eye issues and concerns, and determine your visual acuity.
Every eye exam includes an ongoing discussion about your history and current conditions. This gives us insight into your specific needs so we can better understand your needs and personalize your experience.
We will then perform a series of tests that include assessments of your:
Eye muscles and strength
Overall visual system
Internal and external structures of the eye
Prescription and eyewear needs
Advanced Technology for Advanced Eye Care
Just like everything else in the body, our eyes change as we grow older. We become more susceptible to vision changes like presbyopia ,and age-related complications like cataracts or macular degeneration. We use several diagnostic tools to help us examine your eyes and notice any changes from your last appointment.
Tonometry is a standard test for glaucoma and ocular hypertension. We use both Perkins tonometry and non-contact tonometry to measure the intraocular pressure (IOP) of the eye, which, when high, could indicate an issue that requires attention.
Fundus photography is non-invasive imaging that photographs the back surface of the eye (the fundus), which contains the retina, macula, optic disc, fovea, and blood vessels. Fundus photography allows us to view the back of the eye and detect the various diseases and conditions, such as retinal detachment, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, macular edema, and others.
Protecting Your Eyes
Nothing is more important to us than your health, safety, and comfort. We strive to provide you with thorough, personalized, and comprehensive eye care, no matter your vision requirement or health concerns. To protect your eye health and keep your eyes happy and healthy, please book your appointment with us today.
Our Eye Care Services
Where to Find Us
You can find us on the corner of Colborne Street and Kaiser Crescent.
This was an initial visit. My wife wanted a second opinion since she was having some problems. The staff were friendly and efficient. The Dr. was thorough and great to deal with. Answered all of her questions and treated her completely differently than the optometrist that we have been going to for years. Amazing what an efficiently run business with pleasant people can do for your faith in service providers! There are still a few out there believe me! Thanks!
What a great friendly environment, with 1st class service and cutting edge technology. If “eyes” are important, and they are, then this is THE PLACE!!
I have been going here since their last location (20+ years). Have always been treated very well. Doctors are very knowledgeable and will help you. Excellent service and willing to go the extra mile.