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Our eye care center in Stouffville offers a full range of eye health services to clients of all ages, from children to older adults. With a complete array of expert eye care services, Dr. Anthony Soluri , Dr, Martin McDowell, Dr. Melanie de Jesus, & Dr. Lucy Huang are dedicated to helping you enjoy healthy eyes and sharp vision. Whether you need a new pair of eyeglasses or treatment for eye disease, our Stouffville optometric team provides cutting-edge eye and vision care.

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Eye Care Services at Stouffville Optometry:

  • diagnostic services
    80% of all visual disability is preventable by excellent timely primary eyecare. At Stouffville Optometry, we establish long term relationships with our patients with the exact purpose of prevention of loss of vision and visual disability. Our routines of eyecare identify individual risks of sight loss. We use the latest imaging and artificial intelligence technologies to facilitate early diagnosis. We read the latest scientific research as a basis for prescribing the most effective therapeutic and preventative treatments tailored to each of our patient’s needs. We call this comprehensive preventative care Vision for Life. Vision for Life care is recommended in the first year of life and continues periodically throughout life. We have witnessed the benefits of comprehensive preventative care in sustaining good vision for a lifetime.
  • eye emergency - an eye with a red cross
    There are some true emergencies in eyes and vision that, if not dealt with promptly, can result in permanent disability or even loss of life. At Stouffville Optometry, we are available to help identify emergencies and provide immediate care or direct our patients to the most appropriate health care provider. To access this service just call our main phone number, 905 642 3937. During office hours, our staff are trained to triage calls and make appropriate arrangements for care. Outside of office hours, listen to the entire message for the phone number to call to access care, or visit the closest hospital emergency room.
  • dry eyes featured image
    To be healthy and comfortable and clear, eyes need to be protected from the environment by a robust and balanced coating of mucous, tears, and oil. With time, most people do not produce an adequate protective coating and eyes gradually become irritated, red, and inflamed. Add to this systemic health issues, like adverse environments, autoimmune disease, and pro-inflammatory diets, and you have recipe for the sensation of Dry Eyes. Many people try to self-treat their uncomfortable eyes with the myriad of eye drops available without prescription. Without addressing the root cause, however, this approach ultimately fails to keep eyes healthy.
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    According to experts, 80% of learning is visual, which means that if your child is having difficulty seeing clearly, his or her learning can be affected. This also goes for infants who develop and learn about the world around them through their sense of sight. To ensure that your children have the visual resources they need to grow and develop normally, their eyes and vision should be checked by an eye doctor at certain stages of their development.
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    Myopia control is a proactive approach to treating myopia progression. Rather than treating just the symptoms with optical techniques such as glasses or contacts, myopia control allows us to slow down the rate of change which would occur naturally.
  • Little girl checking her vision in doctors office
    Optometric vision therapy is a treatment plan used to correct or improve specific dysfunctions of the vision system. It includes, but is not limited to, the treatment of strabismus, amblyopia, accommodation, ocular motor function and visual-perceptual-motor abilities.
  • Low Vision telescopes worn by elderly woman
    Low vision is a visual impairment, not corrected by standard glasses, contact lenses, medicine, or surgery, that interferes with the ability to perform everyday activities. Our patients with low vision can frequently have their daily activities improved by assistive devices that magnify, reduce glare, alter illumination, modify wavelength. Frequently these devices require some training to use optimally. At Stouffville Optometry, we rehabilitate our patients with Low Vision in collaboration with low vision agencies (e.g. CNIB) and surgeons in maintaining daily functions at the highest possible level.
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    The structures of the external eye (eyebrows, eyelashes, lids, skin) change over time. Many go to great lengths to mask these changes with cosmetics or surgically alter them. At Stouffville Optometry, we offer a variety of treatments that reverse or delay the aging effects leading to scarring, wrinkling, and sagging of the peri-ocular structures. Maintenance of these structures has therapeutic and aesthetic benefits, including reducing eye irritation, inflammation, and stabilizing acuity. Doctors and staff at Stouffville Optometry are happy to answer any questions that you might have and introduce you to the people and procedures that administer these services.
  • LASIK Refractive Surgery Co Management Thumbnail
    Refractive surgery allows you to become more glasses-independent by improving the refractive state of the eye. Refractive errors such as myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), astigmatism, and presbyopia (age-related farsightedness) can be corrected. Refractive surgical options include LASIK, PRK, RLE, and ICL. Preliminary assessments to determine whether you are a good candidate for refractive surgery start with a comprehensive eye examination.

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