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Thank you for trusting us with your eyecare. Please select one of the options below to book your appointment.

If you are unsure of which type of appointment you need, please email us at and we will be happy to assist you. If you are experiencing an ocular emergency please call us immediately at 905 230-3937 or visit your nearest emergency unit.
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Which Clinic Are You Visiting?
Adult Complete Exam

For adult patients between 18 and 64 years of age

Child Complete Exam

For children between the ages of 6 months to 17 yrs

Senior Adult Exam

For all senior patients who are over 65 years of age

Trucking Vision Exam

For truck drivers in need of a visual examination can book this slot

Frame Selection

Book a time to select / pickup your glasses from the clinic

Contact Lens Exam

Contact lens fitting, re-fitting, or new contact lens wearer

Frequently Asked Questions

Please remember the following for your appointment:

    • Please bring along any current eyewear (all prescription glasses, computer glasses and sunglasses).
    • If you are a Contact Lens wearer, please wear your contact lenses into the appointment and also bring your glasses. Remember to bring your case with you as well.
    • If you take medications, please bring a list or your medications
    • Please bring in your Insurance policy information and/or OHIP card.
    • If you have an extended insurance plan, don't forget to check your vision coverage prior to the appointment. At this time we cannot direct bill insurance companies, thank you for your understanding.
    • Children 19 and under and Seniors 65 and over are covered for their eye exam by OHIP annually. Please verify if you are eligible prior to your appointment.
    • If you are diabetic, you are covered for an eye examination once per year. Please bring documentation or a copy of your medication with you.
    • Please call us at 905 230-3937, or email us at if you have any questions

OHIP covers a basic eye exam for patients under 20 years of age and 65 or older. There are also certain conditions that are covered between the ages of 20 and 65. Most of the advanced testing and contact lens services provided are not covered under OHIP. Some services and procedures may be covered under your private medical insurance plan. It is recommended that you check with your insurance provider directly.

Your doctor will recommend the appropriate schedule for your exams. This is usually based on factors such as your previous vision and eye health history and family history.

In general, we recommend that children up to 19 years old and adults 65 years old and over have an eye exam every year. Adults between 18 and 64 years old will have eye exams every 1-2 years based on the above factors. Contact lens wearers should also have an eye exam every year.

Gradual changes in vision and eye health may not be noticeable by the patient. Some of these changes can lead to major vision loss or poor eye health if not treated on time. Often, these changes are painless and occur only in one eye. Because of this, patients often miss the signals of the onset of a problem. Only after an initial examination, can the doctor recommend the right schedule for each patient.

We do provide eye exams for children. It is recommended that your child have their first eye exam at 6 months, a year old, three years and then every year thereafter. Eye exams for infants and toddlers are not the same as that for adults. The tests are more objective, but we examine the vision, the health of the eyes, and how well the eyes work together. OHIP covers children’s eye exams annually up to the age of 20.

Munsa Rana - Eye Doctor
Dr. Munsa Rana BSc, OD Doctor of Optometry

Dr. Munsa Rana received her Honor’s Bachelor of Science with a minor in Public Health at the University of Waterloo in 2016, after which she attended Inter-American School of Puerto Rico for her Doctorate of Optometry. Puerto Rico gave her exposure to extensive pathology and venues within the realm of optometry allowing her to be knowledgeable in multiple sectors in the field of Optometry.  

During her studies and residency at Collazo Ophthalmology and Optometry associates in Philadelphia, PA, she excelled and trained extensively in ocular disease, glaucoma, pre and post-op, low vision, sports vision, contact lens, vision therapy and contact lenses, allowing her to provide the best care to her patients. Upon graduation, Dr. Rana earned the Eschenbach Low vision Student Award and the Canadian Association of Optometry Students Liaison award.

Work & Life

Presently, Dr. Rana holds the title of Vice President of Eastern Services with the charity Canadian Eyesight Global which entails helping immigrant communities and low income communities with free eye care and patient education across Rural India and the Greater Toronto Area. She was also a recipient of the Paul Harris Fellowship Award from Rotary International in 2019. Dr. Rana is an active member of the Ontario Association of Optometrists and the Canadian Association of Optometrists.

Dr. Rana’s passion lies in patient education, preventative care, ocular disease, patient management, low vision, vision therapy, glaucoma and beyond. Dr. Rana offers full comprehensive exams fluently in English, Spanish, Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu.

In her free time, Dr. Rana enjoys outdoor sports, time with family and friends, cooking and travelling.

Dr. Bobby Mundra OD Doctor of Optometry

Dr. Bobby Mundra was born and raised in Toronto. He spent 4 years in Chicago at the Illinois College of Optometry, where he received his Doctor of Optometry with clinical honours. Having started clinical practice early in his education, he found specific interests in specialized contact lenses, myopia control, cornea/dry eye, ocular disease, and pediatrics.

Throughout his experience, Dr. Mundra worked with leading ophthalmologists and LASIK surgeons where he provided advanced dry eye care and specialty contact lens fittings for patients with corneal transplants, failed LASIK, and keratoconus. Dr. Mundra’s time in Southside Chicago and Lawndale provided him with experience in advanced systemic and ocular diseases. He also worked at the Illinois Eye Institute where he provided pediatric care for children of all ages and vision therapy services for children and concussion victims.

Today, Dr. Mundra is a member of the Ontario Association of Optometrists. He enjoys providing eye care for infants as early as 18 months to managing myopia progression in young children utilizing modern treatments. He can provide care for all ages regarding: pre/post LASIK and cataract surgery, dry eye management, orthoK/sclerals and specialized contact lenses. Additionally, he provides health assessments with those who have diabetes, glaucoma, or other chronic health diseases.

Dr. Gurkaran Dhaliwal BSc, OD Doctor of Optometry

Dr. Gurkaran Dhaliwal was born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario. He spent 4 years at University of Western Ontario studying Medical Sciences before moving to England to pursue further education in Optometry. Gurkaran graduated with honors in Optometry from City University in London in the United Kingdom. Upon his graduation, Gurkaran began working for one of the world’s largest optometry company, SpecSavers while residing in the United Kingdom.

During his career as an Optometrist at SpecSavers, Gurkaran found his passion for treating ocular diseases and working with contact lenses. Gurkaran is now using his knowledge and experience to help treat his patients with dry eye therapy and provide various ocular aesthetic procedures.