Orillia, ON (705) 326-3121

Adult Eye Exams


Check Your Eye Health

Not All Eye Exams Are Equal

We determine your overall eye health through our comprehensive eye exams. We use the latest eye care technology in our detailed examinations, and we thoroughly explain our findings. You will receive recommendations based on your results in order to maintain the best vision possible for the long term.

What to Expect During Your Eye Exam

During your exam, our Optometrist will run through various tests to check your vision. These tests help us discover any changes in specific areas of your vision, including:

  • close and far focusing abilities
  • eye coordination
  • binocular vision
  • depth perception
  • color vision
  • peripheral (side) vision

We also use this opportunity to check for various eye and systemic diseases. Certain diseases can often go undetected until irreversible damage occurs. Our optometrist is able to catch many of these diseases in their early stages during the exam. This helps ensure your long-term eye health, as well as related overall body health.

Insurance Coverage

Insurance coverage is dependent upon certain factors, such as your age and any medical conditions. Our reception staff is available in person or by phone to answer any insurance-related questions. Our clinic will assist you in gathering any necessary information you may require for speedy insurance processing. We also provide you with receipts for your own records or for verification with your insurance company.

Family Care

Our clinic is equipped to provide exams for the entire family, including both children and senior citizens. With us, you will relieve yourself the hassle of having to see different Optometrists in order to get your family the exams they need. Our qualified technicians and Optometrist work with all ages for thorough results.

Important Information About Eye Exams

We recommend that patients get an eye exam at least every 12 to 24 months. Vision is important for daily routines and activities, and it therefore deserves regular attention. Even if you feel your eyesight has stayed the same, there may have been developments of which you’re not aware. For optimal eye health and to catch any changes in vision, maintain regular eye exams with our Optometrist.

Eyesight has a tendency to change quickly. In order to ensure that your new lenses have the most up-to-date prescription possible, it is important to schedule an eye exam. If it has been more than a year since your last comprehensive exam, schedule an appointment for a full check up. Your investment in new glasses will pay off even more with the proper prescription.


Find Our Location

Contact Information

390 Laclie Street
Orillia, ON L3V 4P5

FAX

(855) 224 0991

Hours of Operation:

Monday 8am - 5pm

Tuesday 8am - 5pm

Wednesday 8am - 8pm

Thursday 8am - 8pm

Friday 8am - 4pm

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed

Optometrists

Dr. Shawn Moore | Dr. Dina Witko | Dr. Erica Gagnon

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Our Comprehensive Two-Stage Process

We perform your eye exam in two parts. The first part is conducted by one of our pre-test technicians (optometric assistants) and the second by our Optometrist. Our technicians are highly trained in administering these important tests, and everything will be reviewed by our Optometrist before recommendations are given.

  • The technician will conduct a digital retinal scan of the back of the eye. This scan can detect early signs of eye disease, such as macular degeneration and cataracts, as well as signs of diabetes, a detached retina or retinal holes, optic nerve health and overall retinal tissue health.
  • A Vision Fields test will be given, which tests your side (peripheral) vision. The test can help identify macular degeneration, which is one of the leading causes of blindness in adult Canadians.
  • You will receive an auto refraction test, which measures the curvature of your eye. This test provides an estimated prescription reading that will be verified by our eye doctor.
  • An NCT, or Non-Contact Tonometer, measures the pressure of your eye. This test is important for identifying signs of glaucoma, which is a common condition with virtually no symptoms.
  • Our Optometrist will conduct an overall examination to determine the health of your eye, including a second view of the front and back of the eye.
  • You will receive a vision test that will verify your updated prescription. This test includes determining visual clarity and visual preference.
  • We will review the digital retinal scan to determine and discuss any concerns.
  • You will have a year-by-year comparison of your vision results if this isn’t your first visit to our practice.
  • Your Optometrist will provide a thorough explanation of his findings, as well as any recommendations moving forward.

A comprehensive eye exam takes approximately 30 to 60 minutes. Our certified and experienced Optometrist conducts the exam after the preliminary tests have been administered by one of our professionally trained eye care staff. Your Optometrist will also be available at this time to answer any questions or concerns, and our staff can help you select a new pair of glasses or contacts.


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