INNES EYE CLINIC â€“ Orleans best eye care center & Eye wear boutique! Orleans ::: Welcome to Laurier Optical on Innes Rd! We offer Orleans best eye care services including comprehensive eye exams, contact lenses, designer eyewear, licensed optometry services, treatment and management of eye disease, a wide selection of quality name bran eyewear & sunglasses, and on site optical lab for quick processing, adjustments, fitting, and accessories for all of your eye care needs. The Innes Rd. Laurier Optical delivers Orleans best eye care backed by the highest level of personal and customer service. Come and experience the INNES EYE CLINIC difference! Our warm, friendly surrounding and highly trained staff contribute to our thorough optical knowledge and the most memorable eye care experience in Orleans.
What we do ORLEANS LAURIER OPTICAL ::: Innes Rd. ::: Your Orleans Eye care Specialists Orleans ::: We are committed to provide thorough vision and eye health examinations that will exceed your eye care expectations for service and quality in Orleans. We are a high fashion professional optical boutique offering Orleans best collections of designer eyewear frames, sunglasses, and eye wear for work, home, sport, fashion, or fun. We offer Orleans most thorough eye exams and can prescribe eyeglasses, sunglasses, and contact lenses for every circumstance. Our top of the line eye care technologies and thorough eye exams can detect various eye diseases, and any number of internal health concerns. To schedule a thorough examination of your eye health, or to choose the frame or lens product that is most appropriate for your prescription and style click or call on INNES EYE CLINIC today! Laurier Optical â€“ INNES EYE CLINIC ORLEANS delivers Orleans best eye care services, products, and licensed professional care including; eye exams, prescription lenses, contact lenses, and designer eyewear available at all price points and backed by the latest optometry services, and exams including treatment of eye diseases and management. With personal service and Orleans best eye care
experience, we pride ourselves on our warm, family friendly environment, close & personal surroundings, and market leading expertise. Specializing in Progressive Lenses, INNES EYE CLINIC ORLEANS offers a wide variety of custom lenses, perfectly fit to your prescription’s most exacting standards with our own in-house laboratory on-site. In our optical boutique, a fashion conscious team of professionals possess over 30 years of experience in lens technology, education, and experience with helping you select the right fit, look, and comfort. Our professionals are trained with the top lens companies in the industry and maintain certification and personal development on the latest lens enhancements and treatments. The eye care professionals at Laurier Optical Orleans – INNES EYE CLINIC will assist you in selecting great-looking, exclusive eyewear with the perfect fit of lenses for your prescription, and comfort. Your frame selection process is highly personalized and we pride ourselves on helping you find the perfect eyewear for your personal taste and lifestyle. Writing about “WHAT WE DO” is what we strive to deliver every time you walk into our boutique, but until you experience “WHAT WE CAN DO” for you and your family – this is all just marketing! The truth is, this “WHAT WE DO” is our mantra, and why we exist in the industry, and the community or Orleans – Ottawa. Let us prove it to you! Come and experience the INNES EYE CLINIC difference for yourself.
My Services EYE EXAM at Laurier Optical Orleans Innes COMPLETE EYE EXAM FOR $70.00 What is an Eye Exam? An eye exam is more than just an eye chart – it is a complete, comprehensive exam and detailed examination of your visual ability, vision and eye health. This examination is defined in regulation under Ontario’s Health Insurance Act as: 1. Relevant History (ocular medical history, past medical history, family history) In this step, your optometrist will assess your past and current medical history, and the medical history within your family, in order to determine your risk factors for certain eye health conditions and overall health conditions that may affect your eyes.
Your ocular history – incidences of eye conditions, prescriptions, eyewear, work with any other eye doctors, etc – will also be assessed. 2. Visual Acuity Examination As a baseline, your optometrist will examine your visual acuity by means of an eye chart. The placement, sizing and gradations on the eye chart will help your optometrist gauge your current visual acuity (the clearness of your vision). 3. Ocular Motility Examination In order to determine how well your eyes and visual system function in terms of movement, reflexes and tracking, your optometrist will conduct a number of motility tests to determine if there are any underlying problems with your ocular motility that may need remediation, or be symptomatic of other physiological or neurological conditions. 4. Refraction and the Provision of a Written Refractive Prescription if Required As part of this step, a phoropter or similar device can be used to determine rate of refractive error and determine the standards and measurements needed to inform a prescription for eyeglasses if one is needed. A series of lenses and settings are used to assess refractive error in your vision and define any corrective prescription. 5. Slit Lamp Examination of the Anterior Segment (Biomicroscopy) A slit lamp is used to shine a high intensity light into the eye to facilitate an examination of the anterior segment of the human eye – including the conjunctiva, iris, natural crystalline lens and the cornea. The binocular slit-lamp examination provides a stereoscopic magnified view of the eye structures in detail, enabling anatomical diagnoses to be made for a variety of eye conditions. 6. Ophthalmoscopy by one of Direct, Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscope, Monocular Indirect Ophthalmoscope or Non Contact Fundus Lens Ophthalmoscopy is a test that allows your optometrist to see inside the fundus of the eye and other structures (including the retina, optic disc, macula and fovea). This is conducted to help detect symptoms of conditions such as retinal detachment or glaucoma. 7. Advice or Instruction to the Patient Pending your individual needs for care and follow-up, your optometrist will provide advice and/or referrals on a case by case basis. At this time, your optometrist will also advise you on how often to return for an eye exam. Additional Services
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Telephone:613-834-8989 Fax613-834-8008 Emailinnes@laurier-optical.com Address2002 Mer Bleue Rd. Unit 8 Orleans, ON K4A 0G2 http://inneseyeclinic.com/