WE ARE OPEN

Our Office has reopened with modified hours after the COVID shutdown. We would like to welcome all our patients back! During this transition period and as per our College guidelines, we have initiated some new measure to ensure the safety of our patients, staff and doctors.

These have been trying times for all of us and we truly apologize for any inconvenience. We have always prided ourselves for being easily accessible to our patients. However, times have changed and we have made these changes in response.

We are excited to welcome you all back!!

Also, note our modified hours below.

Brampton:      Meadowvale:
Mon, Thu and Fri: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Tue and Wed: 12:00am - 8:00pm
Sat: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Sun: Closed
       Tue: 11:00am - 7:00pm
Wed and Thu: 11:00am - 5:00pm
Fri: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Sat: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Mon and Sun: Closed

Sincerely,
Drs J & K GILL and Associates
Brampton: 905.799.3514
Mississauga: 905.813.3937
info@bramaleaoptometry.com
www.drgillsoffice.com
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Eye Care Education Resources

We are providing you useful links to resources that can help answer many questions regarding your ocular health. Visit these Eye Care Education Sources to not only understand how you can manage your ocular health but also to familiarize yourself as to how we at Brampton Optometry can help you maintain healthy eyes and vision. This section will provide resources for your education.

Resources Available:

  • Eye Examinations for
  1. Infants & Children
  2. Adults
  3. seniors
  • Common Eye Conditions in Adults
  • Treatments for the Eye
  • Getting the right eye-wear
  • Learn Prevention Tips for Healthy Eyes & Vision

 

A) Learn more about Eye Examinations & why they are important!
1) The Eye Examination

2)Examinations for Infants & Children

3) Eye Examinations for Adults – http://on.doctorsofoptometry.ca/eye-health-exam-frequency-adults

4) Eye Examinations for Seniors – http://on.doctorsofoptometry.ca/eye-health-exam-frequency-seniors

B) Also learn about the most common eye conditions discovered in adults

C) Treating eye-related issues – Why is it important?

D) Getting the right eyewear for your eyes!-

E) Make Good choices and have good vision! Learn prevention tips!

F) Watch & Listen to Inspiring Patient Stories! –

G) Have more questions? Here are answers to many common questions…

H) Have questions about your OHIP Coverage? Have a read at the link below…