We are pleased to advise that Stouffville Optometry is participating in the EYE SEE…EYE LEARN! Program.
This program entitles any child registered for Junior Kindergarten this Fall to obtain an eye exam and one FREE pair of glasses if required.
To find out if your child is eligible, and to learn more about this exciting new program, visit www.eyeseeeyelearn.ca.
We can’t wait to start providing FREE glasses to children that need them for clear vision and maximum learning in the classroom!
You can now ask for an appointment here by email.
Visit the Contact Us section of our site at anytime and complete the form. We’ll receive the form via email and call you back to confirm your appointment request. We’ll be sure to call you back within one business day.
Eyeglasses Are Back!
Picking out new eyeglasses can be a daunting task, whether you're getting your very first pair or you've worn them nearly all your life. The sheer volume of eyeglass choices can be torture to work your way through if you don't have any idea what you're looking for.
Not only are there many different shapes and colors in eyeglass frames, but advances in technology have also brought us a variety of new materials, for both the frames and the lenses, which makes eyeglasses more durable, lightweight and user-friendly. Eyeglass frames are now created from high-tech materials such as titanium and "memory metal" for the ultimate in strength and style, while the lenses are now thinner and lighter than ever before, even in high prescriptions.
Lens options, such as anti-reflective coating, light-changing tints, progressive lenses and new high-tech, light weight materials such as Trivex(TM) and polycarbonate, let you choose a pair of eyeglasses that enhances your vision, no matter what you like to do.
You can now request your next appointment online.
Visit the Contact Us section of our web site and complete the Patient Registration Form. The form is secure and our office will be notified once the form is complete. When you walk in for your next appointment, we'll already have the information entered into our computers. We're always looking for ways to serve our patients better.