Our Services  

  • Orthokeratology
    Orthokeratology

    Orthokeratology: Vision Correction while you sleep Did you know that it's possible correct your eyesight and reduce your reliance on glasses or contact lenses without having to have eye surgery?   Orthokeratology, or “Ortho-K,” is the...

    Frames and Lenses
    Frames and Lenses

    Common lens types Single vision lenses: have only one power in the lens Bifocal lenses: have a top segment usually for distance and a bottom segment for close tasks Progressive lenses: have a gradual change...

    Contact Lenses
    Contact Lenses

    Almost anyone who wears spectacles can wear contact lenses, including people who require multifocal lenses. New technology means contact lenses are clearer, more comfortable and more convenient than ever. Whether you are already a contact...

    Eye Care
    Eye Care

    Regardless of your age or physical health, it’s important to have regular eye exams. During a complete eye exam, our optometrist will not only determine your prescription for spectacles or contact lenses, but will also...

  • Sunglasses
    Sunglasses

    Sunglasses these days are not just a fashion accessory but a necessity to eliminate the discomfort and effects of the harmful UV rays emitted by the sun. The effects of UV can cause long term...

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Common Questions  

  • I have a young family, can In Focus Eyecare test their eyes? At In Focus Eyecare we believe that children's vision assessment is important, undiagnosed vision impairments can hinder their ability to focus in the classroom, and with early detection some conditions can be significantly improved.
    Suzanne Greene

    Suzanne Greene

  • I am turning 70 soon, how often should I get my eyes checked? We recommend all patients get their eyes tested at least every 2 years. However as you get older there are some conditions that require more frequent monitoring, especially if you have a family history of diabetes or macular degeneration. We will let you know the right appointment frequency when you come in.
    Peter Tvoski

    Peter Tvoski

  • I am avid squash player and my glasses get in the way, what are my options? Many patients chose to wear contact lenses to free them from the restrictions of spectacles. If contact lenses do not suit your lifestyle we also offer Ortho-K a rigid lens worn at night that can give independence from glasses and contacts over time. Ask about Ortho-K at your next appointment.
    Richard Chan

    Richard Chan

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