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Optometrist : DR. HARBIR PANDHAIR - Licensed Optometrist in Ontario and in Good Standing with the College of Optometrist Ontario.

Dr Harbir Pandhair is a medical graduate from India and after completing his graduation did his residency in Ophthalmology from one of the renowned institute of India. Dr. Pandhair worked in the field of ophthalmology for many years; he loved to do charity work in rural areas of Punjab by diagnosing, treating and operating eye diseases like cataracts and glaucoma. After coming to Canada he attended School of Optometry, University of Waterloo and got licensed as an optometrist in 2010. Since then he is practicing optometry in Brampton, Orangeville and Oakville and diagnosed and treated thousands of eye patients. He has vast experience in the field of eye care.

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Visual Field Test

Visual Field Test

Visual Field Test is an examination used to evaluate your visual field, It will assess both your central and peripheral vision and detect any changes in the field of vision.

3D OCT retinal Imaging

Eye Exam

Digital Fundus Imaging

Cataract and Glaucoma assessment

Diabetic Eye Exam

Binocular vision assessment

Digital Fundus Imaging

Digital Fundus Imaging is a technique in which the photograph of inside of your eye is taken which includes retina and optic nerve. This is very useful to compare images and noticing changes over time which will help in early detection of retinal diseases.


OCT is a highly sophisticated non-invasive tool for assessing the health of eye. It is similar to CT scan which is used to image the internal organs inside the  body and help in early diagnosing the diseases. It allows optometrist to take high resolution scans of your retina, optic nerve, cornea and angle of eye. OCT is revolutionary step in eye care which helps in early detection and treatment of many diseases such as glaucoma, age related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and many other retinal diseases

OHIP Coverage

Eye Check Up
Ontario Health Insurance Plan covers the following:
  • Infants and Children up to the age of 20 years
  • Senior above 65 years is covered by OHIP for full eye exam once every 18 months
Adults between the age of 20 to 64 years are only covered for eye exam only with these conditions:
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Glaucoma
  • Cataract
  • Retinal diseases
  • Visual field defects
  • Corneal ulcers
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