Comprehensive Eye Exam

Our doctors provide comprehensive eye examinations for both adults and children.  The comprehensive eye exam includes testing visual acuity (including refraction), checking the health of the anterior (front) and posterior (back) structures of the eye as well as checking for glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts and other eye diseases.

If you have any vascular problems such as diabetes or hypertension the doctor will check to see if it is affecting your eye’s health. We also work with a network of qualified specialists to whom we can refer if you have a condition that is outside the scope of our practice.

We accept most vision plans, including University of Windsor student plans.


We recommend that our patients include an optomap as part of your comprehensive eye exam.



As of November 1st 2004, changes were made to the eye care coverage by the Ontario government:

Children (aged 0 to 19 years)

  • Covered for a full eye exam once every 12 months

Adults (aged 20 – 64 years)

  • No OHIP coverage (some medical exceptions coverage on doctor’s referral)

Seniors (aged 65 years and older)

  • Covered for a full eye exam once every 12 months

Medical Exceptions

  • People with certain medical conditions like diabetes, glaucoma, retinal disease, amblyopia, visual field defects, cataract, strabismus, corneal disease etc are also covered for a full eye exam every 12 months.
  • Eye examination fee is charged for patients or services not covered by OHIP.

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