Opsis Eye Care

Optometrists/ Eye Doctors in Markham, Ontario

At Opsis Eye Care, we have a team of Optometrists/ Eye Doctors dedicated to providing the best patient experience and finding solutions for your eye care needs.

Optometry Services offered by Markham Eye Doctors/Optometrists: Eye Exam | Contact Lens Fitting | Optomap | Laser Eye Surgery Consultation | Ortho-K (Orthokeratology)

We have patients visiting our Eye Clinic from Markham, Richmond Hill, North York, Scarborough, Vaughan, Thornhill and the surrounding areas.

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Opsis Eye Care

Markham Eye Doctors

At Opsis Eye Care, we have a team dedicated to providing the best patient experience and finding solutions for your eye care needs. Our Eye Clinic is located in the heart of Downtown Markham directly across from the Cineplex box office, next to Go For Tea and diagonally across from Chatime...

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Ortho-K

Orthokeratology

Ortho-K

Ortho-K (orthokeratology) is a process involving gas permeable hard contact lenses that correct your vision while you sleep so you can enjoy clear vision during the day without glasses, or contacts. It is a safe and gentle vision correction option that is reversible, and has shown to control myopia when worn by...

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