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Westpoint Optical Brampton is a one-stop centre for all your eye care needs. We are dedicated to providing the best in quality eye care services, products and friendly staff. Contact us to book your eye exam today!
We provide on location eye examinations, eyeglasses, safety glasses, contact lenses and sunglasses. We carry a wide selection of designer eyewear in ophthalmic frames and sunglasses. We have a large selection of over 2000 frames and contact lenses.
We have options to help you right now, whether you need to be fitted with prescription glasses, new frames, sunglasses, contact lenses or just need an eye doctor. Come see one of our experienced optometrists. Rest assured, we’ll take the time to answer all your questions and explain the best treatment options to fit your needs.
Deciphering your eye prescription should be less about how “bad” it is, and more about how vision correction can improve your eyesight. The goal of glasses and contacts is always 20/20 vision, no matter what your prescription reads.
The numbers, decimals, pluses and minuses may seem like a language spoken only by eye doctors, but their meanings are more straightforward than you might think: They all relate to common eye conditions in some way.
The column labelled “Sphere” is especially useful since a value closer to zero represents a more mild condition. But there are more the numbers in your prescription can tell you about nearsightedness, farsightedness (including presbyopia) and astigmatism.Visit our Optical to track down the remedy eyeglasses and additional shades for you.
Contact lenses are an excellent choice for nearly anyone who needs vision correction and doesn't want to wear eyeglasses full time or undergo LASIK surgery.
Caring for your contact lenses — cleaning, disinfecting and storing them — is quite simple. Most people require only a single multipurpose solution to clean, disinfect and safely store their lenses. Your eye doctor will recommend a lens care system. Be sure to follow the care directions carefully. These are the basics you should know about contact lenses before seeing your eye doctor ( if you are interested in wearing contacts).
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