Children's Eye Exam
Young children are not always able to communicate when something is wrong, therefore Doctors Naylor and Murdoch recommend having their eyes checked at 6-12 months and again at 3 years of age with yearly appointments following.
Adult & Senior Eye Exam
Seniors 65 and older are at higher risk of pressure increases causing Glaucoma. They should be seen yearly as 2 years is too long if eye pressure is changing.
Diabetic Eye Exam
Diabetes is a systemic condition that can negatively impact your eye health and vision. Individuals with diabetes should have their vision and eye health monitored closely. Under the Saskatchewan Health Card individuals with type 1 or 2 diabetes are covered once a year for their diabetic eye health exams.
Contact Lens Exam
At your yearly contact lens exam we will monitor the health of your corneas and update your contacts for any changes in prescription as well as move you into newer lens designs as improved designs become available.