19 Main St. S., Newmarket
Newmarket's Complete Eye Care Center. We have been serving Newmarket for 25+ years. New patients are always welcome.
Dr Len Jozwik
Dr Len Jozwik graduated in 1983 from the Univeristy of Waterloo with a Doctorate in Optometry.
Dr Jozwik practices full scope Optometry.
We are located in Historic Downtown Newmarket, 1/2 block south of Davis Dr, Free Parking.
Comprehensive Eye Exams
Comprehensive eye exam includes a battery of tests in order to do a complete evaluation of the health of your eyes and your vision.
Diabetic Eye Exam
The only way to diagnose diabetic retinopathy is to have a dilated eye exam. For this test, we will place drops in your eyes to widen, or dilate, your pupils.
Dilating your pupils helps your Optometrist to see inside your eyes more easily and inspect for damage caused by retinopathy.
Emergency Eye Care
If you experience loss of vision, double vision, swelling, infection or any eye emergency, contact us immediately for guidance.
Cataract Assessment and Management
Eye See Eye Learn Program and Children's Vision
Macular Assessment and Management
Vision Testing For Driver's License
Vision Testing For Police Forces
Senior Eye Exam
Seniors aged 65 +: An annual, full comprehensive eye examination plus any follow-up assessments that may be required are fully covered by OHIP.
A digital fundus camera is used to take an image of the fundus — the back portion of the eye that includes the retina, macula, fovea, optic disc and posterior pole. ...
The resulting image can then be used by the Optometrist for diagnosis and treatment.
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What's trending in Optometry
January-Glaucoma Awareness Month
Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that causes damage to the optic nerve.
Glaucoma, often called the "sneak thief of sight," frequently has no symptoms and, if left untreated, can lead to loss of sight.
Nearly half don't know they have it, vision loss is permanent.
Vision loss is not recognized until significant amount of nerve damage occurs!
That’s why glaucoma is known as the “sneak thief of sight.”
February-Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is an eye disease that may get worse over time. It’s the leading cause of severe, permanent vision loss in people over age 60.
It happens when the small central portion of your retina, called the macula, wears down. The retina is the light-sensing nerve tissue at the back of your eye.
Because the disease happens as you get older, it’s often called age-related macular degeneration. It usually doesn’t cause blindness but might cause severe vision problems.
March-Workplace Eye Wellness Month
- There are a few things you can do to help prevent an eye injury in the workplace:
- Eliminate hazards before starting work by using machine guards, work screens or other engineering controls.
- Always wear the appropriate safety eyewear, even if you are just passing through a potentially hazardous area.
- Always wear safety goggles or face shields when working with chemicals to protect against splashing
- Keep safety eye wear in good condition and replace when necessary.
19 Main St. S., Newmarket, Ont, L3Y 3Y1
Monday-Friday 9:30AM-5:30PMSaturday 9:00-12:30PM