Eye Exam Eye exam by optometrist

Vision examination

“We take care of your eyes, and very special care of your vision.”

Eye-Health Examination

Eyes first. Special tests for cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration,
as well as corneal and retinal diseases are all part of a complete eye examination.

Patients who need ophthalmological treatment will be referred to top specialists. A number of urgent conditions can be attended to on site, since our optometrists are licensed to prescribe medications.

The clinic is equipped with the latest equipment, including a retinal camera, automated visual-field technology and corneal topographer. Two indirect binocular ophthalmoscopes, several retinal lenses and two biomicroscopes are used to examine the retina with the pupils dilated.

Eye examination by optometrist

General vision examination


Clear, crisp vision. A full ocular exam is essential for a proper prescription (or, sometimes, no prescription at all!). We want to make sure you receive the best pair of eyeglasses possible to ensure excellent vision and comfort in all your daily activities.


See fast and wide. No ocular examination is complete without an analysis of eye alignment and visual scanning. Speed and accuracy often depend on these factors.


See space: distances, orientation, perspectives. This examination is particularly important for those experiencing problems with balance, unexplained clumsiness, or those who simply wish to improve their sports performance.


Understand what you see. This exam evaluates visual perception skills and hand-eye coordination. It evaluates learning disabilities, visual discrimination, perception of shapes, figure-ground discrimination, visual-spatial relationships, visual memory, visual-sequential memory, as well as visual synthesis, association skills, reproduction of shapes and lateralization.


As an independent clinic, we are able to prescribe all brands and types of contact lenses.
Our optometrists make use of the latest technology.

  • Disposable lenses: spherical, toric or progressive (1 day, 2 week, 1 month and 3 month)
  • Conventional soft lenses: spherical, toric or progressive
  • Gas-permeable lenses: spherical, toric or progressive
  • Lenses for keratoconus
  • Orthokeratology lenses
  • Scleral lenses for scarred corneas