Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a comprehensive eye examination?
  • Who is covered under OHIP for an eye examination?
  • How do you book an eye examination?
  • Do you accept private insurance and do direct billing?
  • Do you accept eye emergencies?
  • Do you offer myopia control services?

A comprehensive eye examination comprises of the evaluation of the vision quality (such as sharpness of vision, eye movements and eye prescription), external and internal evaluation of the eye, and a retinal photography to provide a detail view of the retina (back of the eye). If further testing is required, our doctors will conduct other tests such as visual field or optical coherence tomography (OCT) to help with diagnosing any ocular disease.

Individuals who are 19 years and younger or 65 years and older are covered once a year for an eye examination. If an individual is between the age of 20 to 64 and has a condition such as glaucoma, diabetes, strabismus, or corneal disease, OHIP covers an eye examination annually as well.

Booking an eye exam is easy! You may call our office at 905-889-0809 or book online through the website or email us at

Yes! We can direct bill to most insurance companies on your behalf. Please bring in your insurance information and we will gladly help you process payment if possible.

Yes! Depending on the urgency of the eye problem, we will do our best to see the patient at the earliest time available. For eye emergencies outside of clinic hours, please go to your nearest hospital emergency.

Yes! Our clinic specializes in myopia control to help children slow the progression of myopia (nearsightedness). We offer myopia control services such as orthokeratology (Ortho-K), MiSight (soft contact lens), specialty lenses like Miyosmart and Stellest, and Atropine drops. Our doctors will evaluate and discuss which option will be best for the patient.