Children's Eye Exams

Children need special consideration for their eye exams. 80% of learning is visual, so it is important for children to have yearly eye exams once they start school. Children cannot reliably report poor vision until they are about 9 years old, and vision screenings do not always catch any problems in the eyes - they are NOT a substitute for a comprehensive eye exam.

The Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO) recommends

a child's first eye examination at 6 months, and then annually 

starting at 3 years of age. If there are anyconcerns about your

child's vision, do not hesitate to schedule an appointment for

 him/her at any age.

OHIP COVERAGE:
Children under 20 and Adults over 65 covered once a year



All Diabetics- covered once a year



People with following conditions: Cataracts, Strabismus, Amblyopia, Diabetes, Glaucoma, Retinal detachment.