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Comprehensive Eye Exams

No matter how healthy you are, it is important to have routine eye exams because most eye diseases have no symptom in early stages. Luckily if diagnosed early more than 75% of eye diseases are preventable or treatable, that's why we recommend Advanced Total Eye Exams, annually.
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Using cutting edge technologies combined with our decades of experience enable us to detect eye conditions at the earliest possible opportunity; this is all directed to achieving a better outcome for our patients.  So whatever your concern, be it glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataract, diabetic and other systemic related eye disease, or otherwise, you can be assured you will be looked after. 

We strongly believe in advancement in science and technologies and constantly strive to improve our knowledge and incorporate advance technologies to provide the highest quality eye care available today.

Our Advanced Total Eye examination includes screening neuro-optometric tests, Retinal Imaging, OCT(Optical Coherence Tomography), Automated Visual Field Screening Test, Auto-refractometer ,  Auto-keratometer, Bio Microscope, Intra Ocular Pressure,  and other instruments and tests that enable us to diagnose eye diseases in very early stages and therefore initiate the treatment for a better outcome and prevent vision loss.

We are 'service oriented' not 'volume oriented' and our optometrists will explain your eye conditions in detail, all your treatment options and answer any questions you may have. 

Specifically what to expect throughout your eye examination

During a full eye test, your eye doctor will not just establish your prescription for glasses, he or she will also inspect your eyes for typical eye illness, evaluate exactly just how your eyes interact in tandem and also evaluate your eyes as a sign of your total wellness.

An in-depth eye examination at Empress Eye Clinic consists of a number of fundamental tests and also procedures to analyze and review the health of your eyes as well as the quality of your vision. These tests vary from basic ones, like having you check out an eye chart, to complex evaluations, such as using a high-powered lens and advanced technology to take a look at the wellness of the tissues inside of your eyes.

We advise you to have a full eye exam once a year and if needed more often depending on your physical state, age and also risk factors.

Eye Care for Children in Toronto

Some professionals approximate that anywhere from 5 % to 10 % of pre-schoolers and also 25 % of school-aged young people have vision troubles. Based on accepted standards, all children should have their eyes examined at 6 months of age, annually after that. Young people without vision problems or risk factors for vision problems still need eye examination once a year throughout school.

Youngsters with existing vision troubles or risk factors need to have their eyes inspected much more frequently. Usual risk elements for vision troubles consist of: development delays, history of eye conditions, early birth, past history of eye injury, turned or crossed eyes, various other bodily illness or condition.

Young people who wear glasses or contact lenses may need to have their eyes analyzed more often  according to their eye doctor's instructions.

Read more concerning Pediatric Eye Exams.

Eye Care for Adults in North York

An annual eye test is needed for any adult no matter whether they wear eyeglasses or contact lenses or not. If you do not normally need vision modification, you still need an eye examination every year up to the age of 40, depending on your rate of vision modification and total wellness. Physicians regularly advise a lot more regular analyses for adults with diabetes, high blood pressure and numerous other ailments, since many diseases could impact on vision and eye wellness as well as general physical wellness.

Are you over 40? Then it's a good idea to have your eyes analyzed every year to check for common age-related eye problems such as presbyopia, cataracts and also macular weakening. Considering that the hazards of eye health problems grows with advancing age, everyone over the age of 60 needs to have a yearly eye examination. Find out a lot more about vision changes as you age.


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OHIP Exams Update

As of November 23, 2021, Ontario Government agreed with a formal negotiation and Ontario optometrists agreed to resume service for OHIP insured patients during the negotiations. We do our best to accommodate as many patients we could. We started booking from our long waiting list that has been built up since September. We continue adding patients to our list and try to see as many patients as possible without compromising our high quality eye care services.

If you wish to be added to our waiting list please kindly use our online appointment request form. We really appreciate your patience, understanding and support! In the meantime please visit and let the government know you care about your eye care and this is the government’s responsibility to pay for your eye care, not your optometrist.