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Optometrist At Holly & Derry in Milton, ON

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Expert Eye Care From Your Milton, ON Optometrist

Open Saturdays • Meeting All Your Vision Needs

Your Family Deserves An Optometrist

Contact us to book your family’s eye exam.

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Meeting Your Vision Needs

Healthy eyes and great vision start with
regular eye exams.

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Your Eyes Are Worth It

An annual eye exam is the first step
to healthy eyes.

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Call Us For Your Eye Emergencies!

If you experience loss of vision, double vision, swelling, infection or any eye emergency, contact us immediately for guidance. We’ll help you with the best treatment to prevent complications and promote long-lasting clear eyesight.

Please call our office at: 905-876-0044 for further instructions. Use your best judgment – do not hesitate to find the nearest emergency room for immediate care. Walk-Ins welcome.

Congratulations to Dr. Khan who was voted best Optometrist in Milton!!

readers choice nomination for Best Optometrist in Milton, Ontario

Eye See…Eye Learn®

Is your child starting Junior Kindergarten in Ontario? If so, he or she is eligible for a comprehensive eye exam by one of our optometrists, completely covered by provincial health insurance (or OHIP). If your child needs glasses, he or she will receive a complimentary pair of glasses.

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Eye Care Products We Carry

Our office carries a number of eye care and wellness products. Ask our optometrists for more information.

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Focus on Contact Lenses

Whether you wear daily, weekly or monthly disposables, or conventional (vial) lenses, check out our selection of lenses that fit your needs.

Q&A with Dr. Khan

Dr. Khan Answers Your Questions on Myopia Control

What does Myopia Control Do and Who Would Need It?

Myopia control is a process of wearing a contact lens at night (similar to braces and a retainer for the teeth) to reshape the eye, temporarily cancelling out the need for glasses or contact lenses during the day. This process has been proven to prevent patients from becoming more near-sighted. We use Myopia control for all patients. It can be used for patients with mild to moderate levels of near-sightedness, astigmastism and far-sightedness.

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Great Eyewear and Eye Care In Milton, Ontario

With an office in Milton, Milton Eye Care serves Ontario’s Halton region, including Campbellvile, Oakville, Acton & Mississaugaschedule an appointment today. If you have a moment, please give us your feedback about our site and your experiences with our Practice.

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Read Our Online Reviews!

Great experience, very nice team of professionals that still take time to explain the details.
5 days ago
- Terry A.
Dr Khan and her team are the best! In July 2021 I went for my annual eye exam. It was very informative, quick and the team is very professional -as well as friendly ! I highly recommend them !
5 days ago
- steve h.

Logo for University of WaterlooAt Milton Eye Care, we promote a learning environment. Dr. Khan has collaborated with the University of Waterloo Cooperative Education department to welcome a University of Waterloo student each academic semester. Our co-op students are exposed to the world of Optometry, patient care and career opportunities within the Science and Health Studies field.