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Dry Eye Clinic

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DRY EYE DISEASE
Dry eye is common among both males and females. Dry eye is a multifactorial disease of the tear glands and ocular surface that causes symptoms of discomfort. Dry eye is a chronic and progressive eye diesease that if left undiagnosed could cause visual disturbance and damage the cornea.

Other factors that cause dry eye include autoimmune diseases, blepharitis, computer use, a dry environment, LASIK, pollution and some systemic medications.

Symptoms of dry eye include blurry or fluctuating vision, burning, foreign body sensation, grittiness, light sensitivity, redness, scratchiness, stinging and watery eyes.

Dry eye has a significant affect on quality of life, productivity in the workplace and ability to perform certain activities like reading and driving.
Our new Keratograph 5M is a non-invasive advanced technology that allows our eye doctor to accurately diagnose and initiate a personalized treatment for dry eye patients.

Make an appointment today and improve the quality of your life.

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 https://www.saveeyecare.ca 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.

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