Preventative eye care is an important part of a healthy lifestyle!
The importance of an Eye Exam
Good vision is vital to everything you do. Only through a comprehensive eye examination can we diagnose eye disease in its earliest stages. During your visit, your doctor will perform a variety of tests and procedures to assess the health and function of your eyes. Digital retinal photos can be taken to compare the health of your eyes from year to year, as well as laser imaging (OCT, HRT) or ultrasound of cornea to diagnose and manage glaucoma. Emergency problems (pain, red eye, infections, sudden vision loss, etc) are given special consideration and will generally be seen the same day. OHIP covers eye examinations for seniors (65+), children (up to age 19) and adults with specific eye diseases or health issues.
Dr. Bain and Dr. Martyres provide consultations, pre-operative and post-operative care for several laser centres, including Focus Eye Centre and Lasik MD. Ask us about the risks and benefits of laser eye surgery. Cataract consultations, surgery and post-operative care are provided in conjunction with our visiting ophthamologist, Dr. Ralph Zabel.
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Dr. Bain obtained his Doctor of Optometry degree and his Bachelor of Science from the University of Waterloo. While at Waterloo, Curtis was presented with the Canadian Association of Optometrists award for leadership. Outside of his four years studying the eye his clinical background included an internship at Europe’s largest Eye Hospital in Munich, as well as an internship at the University of California Berkeley. In addition while living in Perth Curtis spent three years working at Focus Eye Centre attending to those recovering from Laser vision surgery.
Curtis has volunteered for a number of local community organizations like the Hospital Board (Chair of Quality of Care), Chamber of Commerce (President), and Perth United Soccer Club (President).
Curtis is an avid golfer, soccer player, coach and traveler. He is blessed with one wonderful daughter Hannah and a beautiful wife Jenn and lives happily on nearby Otty Lake.
Dr. Martyres obtained his Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Waterloo, and his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Ottawa.
Through the specialized clinics at the University of Waterloo, Alex gained experience in pediatrics, contact lenses, ocular health and binocular vision. In his final year, Alex traveled to Detroit, Michigan to complete an ocular disease rotation at the John D. Dingell Veterans Affairs Medical Centre. He received extensive training in retinal and corneal disease as well as glaucoma management and cataract surgery co-management.
Alex is a member of the Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO), Ontario Association of Optometrists (OAO) and the Ottawa Society of Optometrists (OSO). In his spare time he enjoys the outdoors, weightlifting and travelling.
Dr D’Cruz graduated from the University of Waterloo’s school of Optometry after completing her degree in Science. She is Originally from Montreal. Dr D’Cruz is fluent in both official languages and is happy to see individuals of all ages.