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Different types of eye exams

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Eye examinations for children

Eye exam in Montreal

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Even if you have perfect vision, only an examination by an optometrist can ensure good visual health. The optometrists at Centre Visuel St-Michel in Montreal are committed to your satisfaction and take the time to examine your eye condition and the evolution of your vision in several ways:

  • Eye examination: verify the state of visual functions and the health of the eyes.
  • Case history: it’s essential to know the family and personal history (eye and general health), visual history, occupations and hobbies.
  • Screening and monitoring of eye diseases such as conjunctivitis, blepharitis, cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, etc.

Following the examination, our opticians will take the time to guide you in choosing the ophthalmic lenses that meet your needs according to your occupations, work and leisure.

Cutting-edge equipment

For a precise and relevant diagnosis

Our modern, state-of-the-art equipment allows us to provide reliable and accurate diagnostics to help you clearly understand your potential visual problems. Our professional team will guide you to the right solution, whether it is glasses, contact lenses or if needed, an ophthalmology reference.

Our efficient devices can provide valuable informations to detect symptoms that could indicate certain eye diseases. For example, an OCT retinal scan can obtain detailed images and detect signs related to eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy. Clinical screening allows us to refer you to the right specialist doctor. Consulting for your eye exams in our clinic, you will be reassured and avoiding unnecessary trips.

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Different types of eye exams


This eye exam verify the state of visual functions as well as the general health of your eyes. This is the most common type of exam and should be done every year or two.


Our latest instruments make it possible to perform tests to detect, treat or monitor several eye diseases such as conjunctivitis, blepharitis, cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, etc.


Children constantly use their eyes, and 80% of their learning is through sight. This is why it’s so important to consult an optometrist for their first eye examination at the age of 3, and even sooner if you suspect a problem.