Since 1984

905-728-4300

201 King Street W, OSHAWA, ON L1J 2J5

Monday – Thursday 9:00 – 5:30

Friday 9:00 – 5:00

Saturday, Sunday - Closed

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Yes. We will need to have a prescription from  your Dr. to make glasses.

To book an eye exam with The Eye Clinic please call 905-576-2020.

If you require more advanced eye care, the Dr. would be able to give you a referral to see the specialist.

Yes. Free client parking is available.

Yes.

We offer prescription sunglasses lenses in a variety of flat, gradient and reflective colors to suit your style.

Our sunglasses brands include Revo, Rayban, Oakley, Etnia, Bolle and others.

Yes. We are wheelchair accessible with an elevator to the Eye Clinic on the second floor.

Your glasses can take 3-7 business days depending on your prescription.

Yes, however because of the quality of our frames and our warranty we will always opt for ordering a new part under the warranty rather than making a major repair.

Examples of minor repairs…

Tighten or insert screws

Nose pad replacement

Frame realignment

We make adjustments to glasses frames that feel twisted, too tight or too loose

Routine eye examinations provided by an optometrist for patients aged 20 to 64, are not covered by OHIP.

To book an eye exam with The Eye Clinic please call 905-576-2020.

Eye exams are $100.

When you purchase prescription glasses or prescription sunglasses at the Eye Shoppe using insurance, we will directly bill your insurance company the same day. No need to fill out insurance forms and wait for a refund.

However, if your insurance does not allow third party billing you will pay for the prescription eyewear upfront and receive reimbursement directly from your insurance.

Yes. Simply bring your particular benefit form that you receive from your case worker. Your case worker can also Fax your forms to us at 905-728-4300.

That depends on your prescription and the frame that you’ve chosen. Feel free to call us at 905-571-3910 and we’ll do our best to be more specific once we know your prescription details.

If the arms of the frame are bent too tightly around the ears, you will experience aches behind the ears. Ask your optician to loosen the arms and adjust them as needed for maximum comfort.

The most efficient method for cleaning glasses is to run them under water; place a tiny drop of dishwashing soap on the lenses and lather them using the tip of your finger. Rinse with warm water and dry using a microfibre cloth. Keep your lenses away from chemicals and high temperatures, as they can destroy the protective coating on your lenses.

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