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FAQ

  • Why Do I need an Eye Exam?
    Visiting your optometrist for an eye examination is the most proactive way to maintain a healthy vision for life.
  • How often should I visit my optometrist?
    Our eye doctors in Mississauga recommend an eye exam every year in order to monitor the health of your eyes and ensure the health of your eyes and vision.
  • When should my children have an eye exam?
    As early as six months. Trillium Eye Care Optometrists in Missisauga can check infant vision to ensure proper eye and vision development. Most people wait until children are much older before having their first eye exam. The risk of having permanent eye conditions increases as children get older. Children cannot distinguish between impaired vision and clear vision after living with the impairment. Start early and visit often – it’s the best way to care for their vision.
  • I don’t wear glasses so I don’t need an exam, right?"
    Eye examinations are for everyone – this is one of the most common misconceptions among people. Whether you need new eyeglasses or have never worn glasses before, we recommend that you schedule your eye exam to proactively manage your eye and vision health.
  • I don’t have any vision issues, so I really don’t need an eye exam, right?"
    Many eye and vision problems have no obvious signs or symptoms. Most people are often unaware that problems exist. Early diagnosis and treatment of eye and vision problems are important for maintaining good vision and eye health, and when possible, preventing vision loss. Many conditions can be easily treated when caught early enough.
  • Why Do I need an Eye Exam?
    Visiting your optometrist for an eye examination is the most proactive way to maintain a healthy vision for life.
  • How often should I visit my optometrist?
    Our eye doctors in Mississauga recommend an eye exam every year in order to monitor the health of your eyes and ensure the health of your eyes and vision.
  • When should my children have an eye exam?
    As early as six months. Trillium Eye Care Optometrists in Missisauga can check infant vision to ensure proper eye and vision development. Most people wait until children are much older before having their first eye exam. The risk of having permanent eye conditions increases as children get older. Children cannot distinguish between impaired vision and clear vision after living with the impairment. Start early and visit often – it’s the best way to care for their vision.
  • I don’t wear glasses so I don’t need an exam, right?"
    Eye examinations are for everyone – this is one of the most common misconceptions among people. Whether you need new eyeglasses or have never worn glasses before, we recommend that you schedule your eye exam to proactively manage your eye and vision health.
  • I don’t have any vision issues, so I really don’t need an eye exam, right?"
    Many eye and vision problems have no obvious signs or symptoms. Most people are often unaware that problems exist. Early diagnosis and treatment of eye and vision problems are important for maintaining good vision and eye health, and when possible, preventing vision loss. Many conditions can be easily treated when caught early enough.

Seniors

As you enter into your 60’s, you will find that some age related changes to your vision are normal. Changes in structure include: reduced pupil size, dry eyes, decreased colored vision and vitrous detachment.

Cataracts are often associated with aging, and while they are common among seniors, they can be easily corrected with surgery. Some changes to vision can be serious, resulting in deterioration of vision quality. Very serious conditions such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and cataracts which have a higher prevalence in seniors can all cause reduced vision.

  • Why Do I need an Eye Exam?
    Visiting your optometrist for an eye examination is the most proactive way to maintain a healthy vision for life.
  • How often should I visit my optometrist?
    Our eye doctors in Mississauga recommend an eye exam every year in order to monitor the health of your eyes and ensure the health of your eyes and vision.
  • When should my children have an eye exam?
    As early as six months. Trillium Eye Care Optometrists in Missisauga can check infant vision to ensure proper eye and vision development. Most people wait until children are much older before having their first eye exam. The risk of having permanent eye conditions increases as children get older. Children cannot distinguish between impaired vision and clear vision after living with the impairment. Start early and visit often – it’s the best way to care for their vision.
  • I don’t wear glasses so I don’t need an exam, right?"
    Eye examinations are for everyone – this is one of the most common misconceptions among people. Whether you need new eyeglasses or have never worn glasses before, we recommend that you schedule your eye exam to proactively manage your eye and vision health.
  • I don’t have any vision issues, so I really don’t need an eye exam, right?"
    Many eye and vision problems have no obvious signs or symptoms. Most people are often unaware that problems exist. Early diagnosis and treatment of eye and vision problems are important for maintaining good vision and eye health, and when possible, preventing vision loss. Many conditions can be easily treated when caught early enough.
  • Why Do I need an Eye Exam?
    Visiting your optometrist for an eye examination is the most proactive way to maintain a healthy vision for life.
  • How often should I visit my optometrist?
    Our eye doctors in Mississauga recommend an eye exam every year in order to monitor the health of your eyes and ensure the health of your eyes and vision.
  • When should my children have an eye exam?
    As early as six months. Trillium Eye Care Optometrists in Missisauga can check infant vision to ensure proper eye and vision development. Most people wait until children are much older before having their first eye exam. The risk of having permanent eye conditions increases as children get older. Children cannot distinguish between impaired vision and clear vision after living with the impairment. Start early and visit often – it’s the best way to care for their vision.
  • I don’t wear glasses so I don’t need an exam, right?"
    Eye examinations are for everyone – this is one of the most common misconceptions among people. Whether you need new eyeglasses or have never worn glasses before, we recommend that you schedule your eye exam to proactively manage your eye and vision health.
  • I don’t have any vision issues, so I really don’t need an eye exam, right?"
    Many eye and vision problems have no obvious signs or symptoms. Most people are often unaware that problems exist. Early diagnosis and treatment of eye and vision problems are important for maintaining good vision and eye health, and when possible, preventing vision loss. Many conditions can be easily treated when caught early enough.
  • Why Do I need an Eye Exam?
    Visiting your optometrist for an eye examination is the most proactive way to maintain a healthy vision for life.
  • How often should I visit my optometrist?
    Our eye doctors in Mississauga recommend an eye exam every year in order to monitor the health of your eyes and ensure the health of your eyes and vision.
  • When should my children have an eye exam?
    As early as six months. Trillium Eye Care Optometrists in Missisauga can check infant vision to ensure proper eye and vision development. Most people wait until children are much older before having their first eye exam. The risk of having permanent eye conditions increases as children get older. Children cannot distinguish between impaired vision and clear vision after living with the impairment. Start early and visit often – it’s the best way to care for their vision.
  • I don’t wear glasses so I don’t need an exam, right?"
    Eye examinations are for everyone – this is one of the most common misconceptions among people. Whether you need new eyeglasses or have never worn glasses before, we recommend that you schedule your eye exam to proactively manage your eye and vision health.
  • I don’t have any vision issues, so I really don’t need an eye exam, right?"
    Many eye and vision problems have no obvious signs or symptoms. Most people are often unaware that problems exist. Early diagnosis and treatment of eye and vision problems are important for maintaining good vision and eye health, and when possible, preventing vision loss. Many conditions can be easily treated when caught early enough.
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