Pediatric Eye Exams
Children and youth 19 years and younger with a valid OHIP card are eligible for a full eye exam once every year. First eye exam is usually at 6 mos done by the pediatrician or the optometrist. Next followup is between 2.5 and 3.5 years and annually after that.
Adult eye exams:
Adults between the ages of 19 and 65 are recommended to get their eyes examined once 2 years. Patients who are diabetic or have other specific eye conditions may be covered under OHIP.
Senior eye exams:
Patients who are 65 years and older with a valid OHIP card are eligible for a full eye exam once every year.
Sports Vision: Testing and Training:
Sports vision training works on improving the visual abilities of an athlete that are most necessary for excellence in their sport. These abilities include eye-hand coordination, dynamic visual acuity, tracking, focusing, visual reaction time, contrast sensitivity, and peripheral vision. Training and testing is done on a sport specific basis. Please contact Dr. Indira Geer for more information.
We also offer co-management of laser vision correction, contact lens fittings, and Optomap retinal imaging.