Proudly serving the Waterloo Region with the best in comprehensive eye care
Good sight should not be taken for granted. A comprehensive annual eye exam is an important part of overall health management.There are many ocular diseases and conditions that can remain undetected without a proper eye exam. The Waterloo Vision Care Clinic provides comprehensive eye care utilizing the most advanced methods and technology available and is one of Waterloo Region’s most respected optometric practices.
Waterloo Vision Care Clinic carries a large selection of affordable and designer frames. We only use the best optical lenses available to ensure crisp clear vision and our onsite edging facility provides next day availability for most prescriptions.
We fit and provide contact lenses from all the leading contact lens brands.Whether it is for hockey once a week, a special occasion when you want to enhance or change your eye colour, or full time wear, we can help you choose the lens that is right for you.
Laser eye surgery is a modern scientific wonder. For those dependent on glasses or contact lenses, it represents freedom and can be a life changing event. If you are thinking of the benefits of sight without glasses our doctors can determine if you are a good candidate for laser eye surgery and help you choose the best procedure
We’ve heard it before; an undetected vision or eye health problem can affect a child’s academic performance. However, you might not have heard it can also affect a child’s behaviour and social skills. Most parents and guardians aren’t aware that an undiagnosed vision problem goes beyond poor academic performance. In fact, poor vision can lead […]
A recent study conducted at Washington University School of Medicine and published in the journal JAMA Ophthamology has found evidence suggesting that early Alzheimer’s can be detected through an optical coherence tomography scan “OCT“. Significant brain damage from Alzheimer’s disease can occur years before any symptoms such as memory loss and cognitive decline appear. Scientists […]
People whose eyes show signs of small changes in blood vessels at age 60 may be more likely to develop thinking and memory problems by the time they are 80 than people with healthy eyes, according to a study published in the February 28, 2018, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy […]