Our eye care services for Tecumseh and Windsor are comprehensive and state-of-the-art. Our optometrists can offer the following and more to maintain your eye health:
Comprehensive vision and eye exams
Emergency eye care
Ocular health evaluations
Contact lens examination and products
LASIK surgery co-management
Infant eye exams, starting at 6-months old
Binocular vision testing and treatments
Dry eye diagnosis and treatment
BlephEx treatment for eyelid disorders
Optical frame repairs and adjustments
Computer vision syndrome diagnostic testing and treatment
Certified dry eye evaluation and treatment centre
Non-invasive eyelid lift with medical grade correcting strips
A low vision and vision enhancement clinic
An assistive devices program authorizer and vendor
Assistive Devices Program authorizer and vendor
We provide detailed pre-testing and current diagnostic equipment for excellence in diagnosis and treatment.
Our office specializes in the fitting of contact lenses. We will measure and evaluate the eye so we can prescribe the best contact lens to fit your needs. If you have never worn contacts, our expert staff will educate and instruct you on safe insertion, removal, and care of your lenses.
Contact lenses can seriously damage your eyes. Please always consult an eye care professional when wearing contact lenses.
If you are interested in laser vision correction, our doctors will determine if you are a good candidate and will provide all the pre-operative and post-operative evaluations. For more information on the LASIK procedure, please visit www.wlei.com.
At Bellemore Optometry, we know how important it is to get started on your children’s eye exams. Early detection of vision problems in children can prevent permanent vision loss and lead to a brighter future for your child.
If it’s your first time taking your children to an eye exam at Bellemore Optometry, don’t worry. We have some information to help prepare you. Read on to see what you need to do before your children’s eye exams.
Before visiting our office, you should bring some notes about the following issues:
Eye health history in your family, including: Conditions, such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and more
General health conditions of children
Any prescriptions or over-the-counter medicine your children are taking
Signs and symptoms of eye-related problems your children might have
A list of questions you have about your children’s vision
Don’t forget to take along the following eye care accessories your children might already have:
Once arriving to the exam, you may discover that your children need dilating eye drops so that we can conduct a thorough retinal examination. If that is the case, your children’s eyes may be sensitive to light and they may have trouble reading. While that sounds frightening, don’t worry! This condition is only temporary and will disappear within four to six hours. In the meantime, giving your children sunglasses will help lessen any light sensitivity they experience.
After your child’s eye examination, our doctors will take the time to discuss all the findings and the treatment plan for your child. Our doctors and team are very patient, caring, attentive, and will ensure that your child is at ease during the examination.