Services

Dr. Hunter and Dr. Hillis offer comprehensive eye exams for adults (18-64 years), seniors (65+ years) and children (0-17 years). It is recommended that adults have a full exam every two years, and seniors and children have a full exam every year. Saskatchewan Health Services covers the cost of the full exam for children and adults with diabetes, once per calendar year. Our office can bill the cost of an adult eye exam directly to most private insurance companies.

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Adults & Seniors
Age: 18+ years

A complete eye exam includes both checking vision and examining eye health. Our office is equipped with OCT and Visual Field technology to screen for glaucoma, macular degeneration, and other systemic conditions. We also provide an annual eye exam for adults with diabetes, in co-management with their medical doctor.

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Children
Age: 0-17 years

It is recommended that children have their first full eye exam before the age of one, and a full exam once per calendar year until the age of 18. The cost is covered by Saskatchewan Health Services. Early detection is key to diagnosing vision problems, including cross eyes, lazy eyes, processing issues and dyslexia.

Pre & Post Operative Care

Pre & Post Operative Care

Referrals for laser refractive surgery, cataract surgery, refractive lens exchange are provided at our office, as well as post operative care after surgery. We work closely with ophthalmologists and other specialists to provide the best care possible that is most convenient for our patients.

Emergency Visits & Eye Infections

Emergency Visits
& Eye Infections

Our office is equipped to treat minor eye emergencies such as foreign body removal, red eyes, possible eye infections and eye injuries. Saskatchewan Health Services often covers the cost of these exams. A same day appointment can be made to treat these minor emergencies.