ABOUT OCC EYECARE VAUGHAN
OCC Eyecare Vaughan, a division of Ophthalmic Consultant Centres Inc., is dedicated to providing cutting-edge treatments and care for our patients.
Our ophthalmologists are subspecialists in their field and are at the forefront of new techniques and surgeries. With more than 10 years of medical training, our Ophthalmologists have specializations in the fields of Retinal Disease, Glaucoma, Cataracts, Uveitis, and Oculoplastics, as well as General Ophthalmology.
As the largest Centre for Excellence for Ophthalmology in Canada, We provide revolutionary diagnostic and therapeutic options for our patients. Our Vaughan clinic's state-of-the-art facility offers 2900 sq. ft. of clinic space including 11 patient care rooms. The facility is fully staffed with doctors, nurses and technicians to expedite care for our patients.
Our comprehensive approach to patient care means that your care can be managed all under one roof.
OCC Eyecare is accepting immediate referrals.
At OCC Eyecare, you can be sure you will be treated with utmost care and expertise. You can also contact us via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or Call us on +1 905-212-9482.
If you are a healthcare professional and would like to refer your patient to one of our clinics for consultation, please download and complete this
referral form. If you are interested in receiving COPE and CE credits, learn more about our Continuing Education Events and Webinars, here.
OUR SPECIALITIES INCLUDE:
Advanced Ocular Testing
Diabetic Eye Disease
Non-Surgical and Laser Treatments
TREATMENTS AND TESTS AT OCC EYECARE VAUGHAN
Fundus Autofluorescence Imaging (FAF) is a diagnostic test that uses special wavelengths to photograph the inside of the eye. It provides
information on areas that are unhealthy and likely to deteriorate without treatment.
Fluorescein Angiogram (IVFA) is a procedure in which a chemical based dye is injected into the body. This dye allows the blood vessels to be visible with a special camera. IVFA aids in detecting eye diseases that cannot be observed during a regular retina examination.
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) provides microscopic cross-sectional views of the inner structures of the eye that are not visible during a routine examination.
Laser for Dry Age-related Macular Degeneration We use a modified infrared laser technique that gives improved results compared to the older standard form of this treatment.
Intraocular Injections: We have a wide range of Anti-VEGF Medications for our patients.
Have Any Questions? Call Us On +1 905-212-9482 and visit 2630 Rutherford Rd #105, Vaughan,ON L4K 0H2, Canada