Advanced Eyecare

If you notice sudden reduced vision, flashes or floaters, eye redness, discharge or pain, have your eyes examined immediately by an eye doctor. We will make every accommodation possible to see you as soon as possible.

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  • Diabetic Eye exams

    Diabetes can affect the health of your eyes and often times, changes in the eye will not be noticeable to the patient until significant vision loss has occurred. All patients with diabetes should have an annual dilated eye exam to detect any early stages or ocular changes. Earlier detection will allow for timely treatment which can play a significant role in preventing complete vision loss. A report of your eye exam findings may be sent directly to your medical doctor, which will assist in the management of your diabetes.

  • Lasik and Co-Management

    Laser corrective eye surgery can be a good option for some patients to decrease their dependency on eyeglasses and contact lenses. After a comprehensive eye examination, your optometrist can discuss with you the different options that are best suited for your prescription and lifestyle, as well as their risks and complications. All the Optometrists at UTEC work closely with LASIK/PRK surgeons in Toronto and can provide your post-operative care in the comfort of our clinic.

  • Glaucoma Diagnosis and management

    Glaucoma is a progressive eye disease that damages the optic nerve causing peripheral vision loss and is often referred to as a “silent thief” of vision due to its asymptomatic nature. It is one of the leading causes of blindness in Canada. The risk of Glaucoma increases with family history, race, age, diabetes, high blood pressure, and a history of eye injuries. The doctors at Upper Thornhill Eye Clinic detect, diagnose, treat, and manage Glaucoma utilizing the latest technology including Humphrey Visual Field Analyzers, Ultrasound and OCT pachymetry, and Optical Coherence Tomography.

  • Cataract Evaluation

    Cataract is a common condition of the eye and develops most frequently due to age-related changes. However, they can also develop due to injuries, health problems and use of certain medications. A cataract is the clouding of the lens located inside your eye, causing your vision to be blurry or hazy and can sometimes cause increased glare or halos at night time. In the early stages, a change in your eyeglass prescription may improve eyesight. As the cataract “matures”, the eye doctor can recommend and refer you to an eye surgeon to remove the cataract. After surgery, once the vision is stable, a new eyeglass prescription may be required.

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