Dry Eye Therapy & Treatment

Let Us Help You Find Relief From Your Dry Eye Symptoms

1 in 3 Canadians Suffer from Dry Eye

If you are experiencing dry, irritated eyes, know that you are not alone. Nearly 30% of Canadian men and women suffer from dry eye.

Due to its prevalence, dry eye now has a considerable amount of treatment and therapy options available. We will help formulate the ideal treatment plan to suit your lifestyle.

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Properly Diagnosing Your Dry Eye

An eye exam is necessary to assess the root cause of your dry eye so that we can prescribe the appropriate treatment methods. The symptoms of dry eye can present similarly to other eye conditions; self-diagnosing is not advised.

Our Optometrist, Dr. Abdulla, will assess your overall ocular health during your exam, including looking for any foreign bodies that may be the culprit of your irritated eyes.

Therapy For Your Dry Eye Symptoms

An eye exam is necessary to assess the root cause of your dry eye so that we can prescribe the appropriate treatment methods. The symptoms of dry eye can present similarly to other eye conditions; self-diagnosing is not advised.

Our Optometrist, Dr. Abdulla, will assess your overall ocular health during your exam, including looking for any foreign bodies that may be the culprit of your irritated eyes.

Important Information About Dry Eye

Common Symptoms of Dry Eye

  • Stinging, itching, or burning sensation
  • Red eye/eyelids
  • Gritty sand feeling
  • Persistent dryness
  • Blurred vision
  • Thick mucus discharge around the eyes

Risk Factors for Dry Eye

  • Certain medications cause dry eye as a side effect
  • Laser eye surgery
  • Gender – A lack of tears is common in women, largely due to hormonal changes
  • Age – Tear production tends to diminish as we age, with dry eye becoming common for many people after the age of 50
  • Lack of proper nutrients in a healthy diet
  • Contact lenses
  • Eye fatigue, often associated with digital eye strain
  • Eye injuries

Our Location

Our Location

Near Summerhill Subway Station


92 Shaftesbury Ave


Toronto ON,

M4T 1A5


Tel : (647) 360-7678


E-mail : info@summerhilloptometry.com


Optometrists Dr. Naeem Abdulla

Hours

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

10am - 6pm
10am - 6pm
10am - 6pm
10am - 6pm
10am - 6pm
Closed
Closed

Caring for Our Community

Dr. Abdulla is a strong believer in supporting the communities we live in. He takes a special interest in supporting the arts and fostering resilience and strength in young people. As such, Summerhill Optometry supports our community in a variety of ways, ranging from charitable giving to participating in local events and causes. This year, we are once again participating in the Eye See...Eye Learn program, which provides complimentary eye exams and eye glasses for children kids entering junior kindergarten.
In recent years we have donated to several deserving charitable causes. Learn more about our clinic, community involvement, and Optometrist.
Our clinic is located on Shaftesbury Ave, steps away from the Summerhill subway station. Inexpensive parking is just a few minutes away; parking on the street is free after 11 AM.