Adult & Senior Eye Exams in Saskatoon

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It’s More Than Just Glasses: Let Us Support Your Eye Health & Comfort

Comprehensive eye exams check more than your eyesight. Although these routine exams are necessary to update your glasses prescription, they’re also a thorough assessment of your eye health and visual comfort.

Our eye doctors make every exam personalized, giving you time to ask questions and understand what we see. Testing your vision is only part of what we do. We want to hear about your experiences, including what works and what doesn’t, so we can help you enjoy your vision.

Book your eye exam today so we can support your vision.

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Eye Health Gives Us Insight into Overall Wellness

You’ve likely heard the saying, “The eyes are the windows to the soul,” but what’s really special about your eyes is how they’re windows into your overall health.

Common and uncommon health concerns can show early signs inside your eye, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and some cancers. Many of our tests are noninvasive, so we can examine blood vessels and nerve tissue without touching your eye.

How Often Do You Need an Eye Exam?

The Saskatchewan Association of Optometrists suggests that adults (20–64) should have a comprehensive eye exam at least every 2 years, while seniors (65+) should have one annually. 

However, how often you need an eye checkup or prescription update depends on your needs. If you wear contact lenses, have eye conditions, or experience significant health changes, we may recommend evaluating your eyes more frequently.

What to Expect at Your Eye Exam

A comprehensive eye exam generally includes a variety of tests to assess your eyesight and overall eye health. If you’re a new patient, we’ll ask questions to learn about your health and lifestyle.

At every routine visit, we use digital retinal photography and optical coherence tomography (OCT) to get a detailed look at your eyes. 

The cost of digital imaging and pupil dilation is included in your exam fee. If your exam is covered by a government program like OHIP, the cost of digital retinal images may not be included, but we can add them for a small fee.

Dilated Retinal Exam

During your exam, we may use eye drops to perform a dilated retinal exam to see the inside structures of your eye more easily.

Detailed evaluations of the inner back of the eye help us detect changes or abnormalities that can indicate early signs of eye diseases or conditions, sometimes even before they affect your eyesight.

The retina, located at the back of the eye, detects light and converts it into information for the brain to create 3D images. Detailed imaging of the back of the eye allows us to assess the health of retinal tissue and detect early signs of disease.

Our clinic offers 2 retinal imaging technologies: traditional retinal photography and Clarus wide-field imaging.

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a noninvasive test that can capture detailed images of the back of the eye. It’s like an ultrasound for your eyes but uses light waves instead of sound to map tissue layers.

These detailed, layered images help us assess your eye tissue, blood vessels, and nerves so we can identify any changes that might indicate eye disease or vision loss.

Routine Exams Help Protect Your Sight: Book Your Eye Exam Today

Eye exams are a regular part of caring for your health. It’s not just about how well you can see right now—it’s also about protecting your future vision.

Many eye diseases progress without any noticeable symptoms. We also know many people put up with dry, tired, or strained eyes simply because they aren’t aware there’s help available. 

That’s why The Eye Studio by Kennedy Eye Care is here. We want your vision to enhance your life.

Schedule your eye exam today and experience the difference.

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Our Locations

The Eye Studio by Kennedy Eye Clinic

Visit us on 8th Street and Broadway Avenue. Free parking is available directly in front of the clinic or behind the Greek Orthodox Church to the right of the clinic

  • 120-619 8th St. E.
  • Saskatoon, SK S7H 0R1

Closed on statutory holidays and long weekends.

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Kennedy Eye Clinic

We’re located inside the Lakeside Medical Building on McKercher and Collage Drive, with parking available out front.

  • 100-215 Joseph Okemasis Dr.
  • Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A8

Closed on statutory holidays and long weekends.

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