- Monday 9am – 5pm
- Tuesday 9am – 8pm
- Wednesday 9am – 5pm
- Thursday 8am – 5pm
- Friday 9am – 5pm
- Saturday 9am – 2pm *
- Sunday CLOSED
* Closed on all long weekends
Did you know that there are treatments available to slow the progression of myopia? Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, occurs when distant objects appear blurry.
“Myopia control” is the process of slowing down the progression of myopia in order for your child’s prescription to be kept as low as possible. Myopia control is accomplished through the use of prescription eyedrops or specialty designed contact lenses.
The amount of myopia plays an important role in overall eye health. It is known that moderate to high levels of myopia can increase the risk of eye diseases such as retinal detachments, myopic degeneration, and glaucoma.
Our doctors are more than happy to discuss a treatment and therapy plan for your child in further detail. A thorough consultation, candidacy, and progress assessments are conveniently done in our office. We look forward to working with your child to help protect their future vision.
Our office is now closed
This measure was taken in accordance to the College of Optometrists and the Minister of Health’s recommendation to help decrease transmission of COVID19.
We will triage your emergency and provide further instructions accordingly.
We look forward to welcoming our patients back to Vaughan Family Eye Care when our community recovers.