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Glace Bay: 902-842-3333
Optometrists in Sydney NS
Order a trendy new pair of glasses today from Tamarind Optical Services, your Cape Breton Optometrist! Call for an eye appointment 902-564-5332 in Sydney River and 902-842-3333 in Glace Bay!

Tamarind Optical are your trusted Optometrists in Sydney NS and Glace Bay for Eye Appointments, Exams, and Eye Glasses. If you are looking for the newest glasses, prescription sunglasses, or high end trendy frames, contact Tamarind Optical Services in Cape Breton - 902-564-5332 in Sydney River and 902-842-3333 in Glace Bay.

As a leading Cape Breton Optometrist, Tamarind Optical is one of the top local eyecare services in Cape Breton. Whether you are looking for an eye exam or a new pair of eye glasses, they are a here to help!

Eye Exams

Regular eye exams will help correct vision as you get older and need small vision corrections yearly. Care for your eyes and don't take it for granted! Your eyes are the windows to the soul they say and you only get one pair, so look after them by wearing proper eye wear.

Don't buy cheap glasses from the dollar store as they are not the correct prescription for your eyes. They may hard your eyes over time by wearing an incorrect prescription. Always wear glasses with a proper prescription for distance and for reading. Your local optometrist will be able to pick out the right pair of glasses just for you, not something that you go to a dollar store and pick off a shelf.

An eye exam will help your Sydney Optometrist gather information to help determine if you have issues with distance, Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, or even Cataracts.

Tamarind Optical Services are leading optometrists in Cape Breton and have the most modern frames in the business for old and young alike. They will help you pick out a new face right after your eye exam. A new pair fo glasses will enhance your vision and make you feel great!

Some Common Eye Problems

Macular degeneration - Macular degeneration, which is quite often referred to as AMD (age related macular degeneration), is an age related eye disorder in older adults that damages the sharp and central vision (seeing objects clearly). It is needed for everyday tasks like reading or driving.

Cataracts - Cataracts, the leading cause of blindness in Canada, are the clouding of the eye’s lens. Cataracts can really occur at any age and should be detected through an eye exam as early as possible to prevent total loss of vision. It is estimated that over 15% of adults over the age of 40 have a cataract in one or both eyes in Canada.

Glaucoma - Glaucoma is a common disease that may damage the eye’s optic nerve and lead to blindness if left untreated. Glaucoma happens when the normal fluid pressure inside the eye slowly rises. Visual loss or blindness, although hard to believe, can happen fairly quickly in older adults. It is widely suggested to seek out treatment before any permanent eye damage occurs.

What Services Does An Optometrist Provide?

Optometrists in Sydney and Glace Bay provide such a wide range of eye care services that we are going to list a few here:

  • Examine eyes for vision issues
  • Diagnose / treat common eye diseases
  • Identify general health problems through an eye test like diabetes and high blood pressure
  • Diagnose / treat glaucoma
  • Remove dirt from the eyes and provide proper eye wash
  • Provide emergency eye treatment for any accidents
  • Prescribe eye glasses for work, school, distance, reading or computer
  • Improve vision performance for all ages
  • Set up yearly vision screening programs for business and schools
  • Education to the general public for preventive eye and vision care needs
  • Vision care for seniors, children, and people of all ages, men and women

Book An Eye Appointment in Sydney or Glace Bay NS

Contact your Cape Breton Optometrist (Tamarind Optical) for eye care services in Sydney and Glace Bay for all your vision needs - 902-564-5332 in Sydney River and 902-842-3333 in Glace Bay