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2093 2nd Ave, Whitehorse, YT Y1A 1B5 Get directions

Eyeglasses & Contact Lenses, Diagnosis & Management of Ocular Disease, Pre / Post Refractive Surgery Examinations, Certified Safety & Sport Eyewear, Large Selection of Designer Sunglasses

402 Hawkins St, Whitehorse, YT Y1A 1X8 Get directions
Dr David Rach

Established in 2007 and in our present location since September 2010, Polar Eyes Optometry provides primary eye care services. Whether you require routine vision correction or medi...

2270 2nd Ave, Whitehorse, YT Y1A 1C8 Get directions

Optometrist located in the Real Canadian Superstore. Eye care for all ages. Accepting new patients. Dr. Brett Bartelen is the owner and operator for the optometry lane only located...

2093 2nd Ave, Whitehorse, YT Y1A 1B5 Get directions

Northern Lights Optometry has been providing precision vision care for Whitehorse, in the Yukon Territory, since 1967. We are dedicated to providing the highest possible standard ...

Optometrists in Mayo YT

Is your eyesight getting blurry? Need to get a new prescription for your glasses? Looking into getting rid of those eyeglasses all together with laser corrective eye surgery but you’re not sure who to consult? Eyesight is something most of us take for granted until we need to get it checked out. From simple eye examinations to cataract surgery, do you know if you should be dealing with an optician or an optometrist? 


Tips to find optometrists in Mayo YT

  • What kind of eye specialist do you need? : Your search for the right eye specialist begins by understanding optometrist services. Optometrists measure your eye vision and can refer you to an ophthalmologist if any eye surgery is required. An ophthalmologist is a medical professional that specialises in eye diseases.
  • Referrals: Friends and family members who’ve worn eyeglasses or contacts for a long time are you best referrals for optometrists or opticians. They most likely deal with their favourite optometrist once or twice a year or replace their frames on a regularly basis with a particular optician.
  • Credentials: An optician should be accredited by a provincial technical college whereas an optometrist and an ophthalmologist should be recognised by your province’s medical board. A good optometrist or ophthalmologist will have residency experience.
  • Experience trumps all: An optometrist who has been in business for a long time is someone who has avoided mal practice lawsuits. Find optometrists in Mayo YT who have been in the business for a while that are part of a medical research team. Optometrists that do medical research are specialists who stay current with the latest in eye care treatment and diagnosis.
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