Routine Eye Exams 

A regular eye exam is vital for monitoring and treating early signs of eye disease and is an important part of maintaining your overall health. Eyesight is one of the most valuable senses you have. Routine eye exams are very important regardless of your age or your physical health. Most people don’t realize that their vision is deteriorating, until an examination has been done.

We recommend an eye exam every two years, or earlier if your optometrists tells you otherwise.

An eye exam performed by our optometrist will not only determine your prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses, the exam will check your eyes for eye diseases, assess how your eyes are work together and evaluate your eyes as an indicator of your overall health. Adults should have their eyes tested to keep their prescriptions current and to check for early signs of eye disease.

Children and Youth

Eye exams for children play an important role in ensuring normal vision development and academic achievement as vision is closely linked to the learning process. Children who have trouble seeing or interpreting what they see will often struggle to learn. Many times, children will not complain of vision problems simply because they don’t know what “normal” vision looks like. If your child performs poorly at school or exhibits a reading or learning disability, be sure to bring them to be examined by nadine, our optometrist who specializes in children’s vision to rule out an underlying visual cause.

Plus, children’s eye exams are nearly all covered by the Province of Manitoba basic health coverage for those under the age of 19.

No Prescription? No Worries! Contact us at nv about scheduling eye exam with our very own instore optometrist nadine (Dr. Nadine Shelton O.D.). To inquire further or book your next exam, please give us a call at (204) 504 6863.

Come and see our optometrist, Dr. Nadine Shelton O.D.  if you experience any problems with your eye(s) or eyesight regardless of your insurance plan. You are covered with a Manitoba Health card number if you are experiencing medical eye problems (eye infection, scratched eye, sudden change in vision, pain in your eye, object in your eye, red eye or a swollen eye/eyelid).  You can call us first or just come to nv for help. Medical problems are usually seen the same day and our clinic accepts medical walk-ins.

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Winnipeg, MB R3M0X9

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