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Dr. Brendan Hebert

Welcome to Dr. Hebert


Tisdale Eye Care Centre would like to welcome Dr. Brendan Hebert to our team!

Dr. Brendan Hebert was born and raised in Saskatchewan. He attended the University of Saskatchewan where he pursued a degree in Chemistry while playing Cougar Men’s basketball. Dr. Hebert still holds the University of Regina’s record for most assists in a career. He continued his professional studies at the University of Waterloo, where he graduated with his Doctorate of Optometry with honors. During this training, he completed an Ocular Disease and Therapeutics Externship in Detroit with particular emphasis on diabetes and glaucoma management. Dr. Hebert has many accolades including the Good-Lite Pediatric Award for Excellence. Outside of the clinic you can find Dr. Hebert playing basketball, lifting weights and cheering on the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Dr. Hebert is accepting all new patients! Please call (306) 873-2844 to book your appointment.


May is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month and Brain Tumour Awareness Month

Any neurological condition that affects nerve cells, for example MS, may affect vision and be detected with an eye exam. One more reason comprehensive eye exams are so important.


World MS Day May 30

World MS Day

North American Occupational Health & Safety Week May 5-11

Eye safety is a key component of workplace safety. Proper preparation and prevention can save vision and lives!


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International Sun Awareness Week May 13-19

While most Canadians recognize the importance of sunscreen to prevent sunburns and skin cancer, many are unaware that UV light can cause serious eye damage.


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World Hypertension Day May 17

The health of the eyes can often signal the presence and state of serious medical conditions, such as hypertension, a leading cause of a heart attack, stroke, and chronic heart failure. Another example of why comprehensive eye exams are crucial!


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World No Tobacco Day May 21

Many smokers are unaware that avoiding smoking, or taking steps to quit lowers the risk of vision impairment or vision loss.


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