Welcome to Empress Eye Clinic

Our office is conveniently located at Empress Walk, 5095 Yonge Street, North York, Ontario.

Our office is directly accessible from North York subway station.

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Stop by for your comprehensive eye exam today in North York!

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Empress Eye Clinic: Dr. Heshmati and Associates, Optometrists

Utilizing Technologically Advanced Instruments we Diagnose, Treat and Prevent Eye Disease. We provide wide range of eye care services including comprehensive eye examination of adults and children, fitting of variety regular & specialty contact lenses, and the dispensing of regular & specialty eyeglasses, medical management of eye diseases, dry eye treatment, emergency eye care, glaucoma, macular degeneration, co-management of LASIK, and corneal cross linking for Keratoconus.

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Dr. Javad Heshmati, Optometrist

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Dr. Roger Habib, Optometrist

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Dr. Sahar Nehzat, Optometrist

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What Patients Say

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Our staff will help you find the best fit for your specific needs and explain how different lenses and frames will impact your vision. Read More

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Early detection of eye diseases enables your eye doctor to prevent some eye diseases, before permanently damaging the eye and deteriorating the vision. Read More

Contact Lens experts in North York, ON - Empress Eye Clinic

At Empress Eye Clinic, our skilled doctors and technicians will strive to find the right contact lenses for you. Read More

Preparing for your Eye Exam:

  • Comprehensive Eye Exams – Our Empress Clinic eye doctors offer a total vision evaluation including checking for common eye diseases, an assessment of how your eyes work together, and prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses
  • Insurance – As we provide both medical and routine eye care, we accept a number of insurance plans to help cover the cost depending on your individual needs.
  • Patient Forms – Complete this form to book your appointment!
  • Hours and Location – For hours, a map and directions, and contact information for our North York office.

Office Hours

  • 9:30 AM - 7:00 PM
  • 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
  • 9:30 AM - 7:00 PM
  • 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
  • 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
  • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Aging Eyes and Driving Safety 

Even if you don’t have any eye or vision problems, the natural process of aging affects your ability to see and react to visual stimuli. It’s important to know the impact the aging can have on your eyes and vision so you can take the necessary precautions to stay safe and protect your eyes. Driving is one activity that can pose a high risk as safe driving requires not only good vision, but also intact cognition and motor response. As we age, reflexes, reaction time and vision begin to deteriorate, which can impair one’s ability to drive safely, particularly under conditions such as bad weather, twilight glare, or nighttime darkness. Here are some ways that your ability to drive can be impaired as you age and some safety tips to help you to stay safe on the roads.  The Aging Eye As we age, the eye and vision naturally begin to experience a decline. The pupils in the eye, which allow light to enter, begin to shrink and dilate less, allowing less light to enter the retina. This causes reduced night vision. Additionally, some of our peripheral vision diminishes along with our ability to see moving objects.  Due to deterioration of the cornea and clouding of the lens of the eye, glare becomes more disruptive and contrast sensitivity is reduced, making it harder to perceive images clearly. General imperfections in vision called higher-order aberrations cause a general decline in vision that can’t be corrected with glasses or contact lenses. Additionally, our reaction times slow, adding motor complications to the visual ones. Dry eyes also becomes a bigger problem with age as the lacrimal glands don’t produce as many tears to keep the eyes moist. Many of these symptoms may be present without the individual even noticing a decline and can...