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Optometrists examine eyes for both vision and health problems, and correct refractive errors by prescribing eyeglasses and contact lenses. Some optometrists also provide low vision care and vision therapy.

Routine eye examinations provided by either an optometrist or physician, for patients aged 20 to 64, are not covered by OHIP. These individuals are responsible for payment for these examinations or have the cost covered by private insurance.
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Tel. 905.632.0023
Fax 905.632.5729
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Dr. Dana Hector
Optometrist
Tel. 905.632.0023
Fax 905.632.5729
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Tel. 905.681.2264
Fax 905.681.6037
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Tel. 905.681.2264
Fax 905.681.6037
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Tel. 905.399.3937
Fax 289.288.0221
Within 3.2 km
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Halton Family Health Centre, 2951 Walkers Line, 2nd Floor

Burlington, Ontario
L7M 4Y1
Tel. 905.592.3963
Fax 905.592.3964
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Tel. 905.632.0023
Fax 905.632.5729
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Dr. Albert Ngi
Optometrist
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English, French, Cantonese
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