At Opto-Réseau, our professionals will ensure everyone in your family benefits from optimal vision. Thanks to cuttin-edge equipment, our optometrists and staff will provide you with high-quality, personnalized care and follow-ups.
Assess your vision
An eye exam allows your optometrist to accurately determine what kind of corrective lenses are required to improve your vision. They’ll also be able to evaluate how your eyes work together and how they perceive three-dimensional objects. Moreover, our eyecare professionals will also be able to diagnose myopia, hypermetropia, astigmatism, or presbyopia.
Screen for eye disease
During your eye exam, your optometrist will be able to determine if you suffer from glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, or other conditions that may impair your vision. Your eyecare professional will then be able to recommend the right solutions and treatments.
Recommend products adapted to your needs
If your optometrist determines you need prescriptive lenses, our opticians will help you choose a pair of glasses or contact lenses that provide you with sharp, comfortable vision. They’ll also make sure your frames fit properly. In other words, they’ll make sure you are fully satisfied with your purchase.
|You should undergo an eye exam every 2 years. Generally, a child’s first eye exam should take place at the age of 3 but it can occur as early as 6 months if required.
You should consult an optometrist every year. Your Opto-Réseau professional might also ask that you undergo eye exams more frequently. This might be the case if you have a family history of vision issues or suffer from a specific eye problem or disease.
The Régime d’assurance maladie covers certain optometric services (such as routine eye exams) for children under the age of 18.
Furthermore, with the See better to succeed program, you can obtain a $250 refund on the purchase of glasses or contact lenses for a child under the age of 18. For more information, contact the team at your Opto-Réseau clinic.
The cost of an eye exam differs depending on your clinic and specific factors such as age, health condition, if you wear contact lenses, etc.
The best way to get a price for an eye exam is to contact the Opto-Réseau clinic nearest you and to let them know if you have specific needs.
The Régime d’assurance maladie covers some optometric services (such as routine eye exams) for senior citizens 65 years of age and older.
Check with your Opto-Réseau team for more information.