Dr. Fraser provides complete eye care for patients of all ages. She prides herself on providing comprehensive examinations to all her patients to assess any eye related conditions and provide appropriate treatment options. Beyond checking for refractive error (near/far sightedness, astigmatism, bifocal need), she will also evaluate other vital visual systems and ocular health.
Our new patient appointments always begin with a comprehensive eye exam. If you are unsure of your family’s eye health history, it’s helpful to research beforehand, so we can better evaluate your own eye health. Visit our online patient center to download supplemental forms you can fill out before your appointment. If you have never had a comprehensive exam, don’t worry! All the tests and exercises are simple and painless.
Comprehensive eye exams may include:
- Testing visual acuity or refractive error
- Pupil evaluation with or without dilation
- Examination of peripheral visual field
- Color vision testing
- Analysis of the visual systems
- Examination of the external parts of the eye
- Intraocular pressure measurement
- Examination of the health of the entire eye
Our Optometric Services:
- Comprehensive eye exams
- Contact lens fittings
- Scleral Contact Lens services
- Vision Therapy
- Pre and Post Cataract Examinations and Co-Management
- LASIK Co-Management
- Diagnosis and treatment of eye disease
- Specialized testing and care for cataracts, glaucoma, and others
- Pre-and post-operative care for eye disease
- Eye emergencies
- Foreign object removal
- Vision aid for visually impaired
Did You Know?
Around 95% of animals have eyes. Some are very simple, just picking up light and dark conditions while others are more complex, allowing for the recognition of shapes, color and depth.
The area between your eyebrows has a name? It’s called a glabella (“glah bell uh”)
Human eye can detect 10 million colour hues, but cannot see ultraviolet or infra red light. Insects can see the ultraviolet light.
According to some sources, the average person blinks 12 times per minute—about 10,000 blinks in an average day.
The average blink lasts for about 1/10th of a second.
Myth: If you need glasses, your eyes are not healthy. Fact: Wearing eyeglasses has nothing to do with eye health, but with normal changes in parts of your eyes.
Although reading in dim light can make your eyes feel tired, it is not harmful.
Your eyes contain over 126 million photoreceptors.
Around the world, an adult goes blind every five seconds and a child goes blind every minute.
Your eye is always making tiny, jittery movements. Each time your eye moves, it receives new information. This continuous supply of new information helps you see images.
You can use your eyes as much as you wish – they do not wear out.
Newborns don’t produce tears. They make crying sounds, but the tears don’t start flowing until they are about 4-13 weeks old.
Myth: There is no need to check your eyes until you are in your 40s and 50s. Fact: Eye disease can happen any time.
Around the world, about 39 million people are blind and roughly 6 times that many have some kind of vision impairment.
Doctors have yet to find a way to transplant an eyeball. The optic nerve that connects the eye to the brain is too sensitive to reconstruct successfully.
Our experienced optometrist can diagnose and treat eye diseases and identify general eye health problems including diabetes, anemia, high blood pressure, and others. We can also test for and fit specialty eyewear for sports, occupations, other activities and hobbies, and safety glasses.
We can answer your questions about optometry services, our eye care practice, eye health products, and more.
Schedule your eye exam today by requesting an appointment online, or by calling our office.