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Optometry Services Milton

Family Optometry Services In Milton, ON. | Get Regular Checkups

We offer Optometry Services to Milton, Ontario, and the surrounding area. Our goal is to make your visit as convenient and enjoyable as possible. The most important thing you can do to preserve your vision and eye health is to have regular eye exams. As your body and eyes change gradually, it is essential to have your eyes examined by an eye doctor regularly. Our clinic uses advanced technologies to detect and protect your precious eyes. Your eyes are extremely important as poor vision may also be linked to other health problems. Therefore, it is important to get your eyes checked frequently. We will provide you with the eye care you need. Walk-Ins are welcome!

Comprehensive Eye Exam - Optometry Services Milton


Whether your eyes require correction or not, eye health is an important part of your overall health and wellness. Regular eye and vision exams may help prevent serious vision changes that can alter the course of your life. At Clearview Optometry in Milton Ontario, Dr. Neil Bajaj, OD, offers complete eye exams for patients of all ages and needs. To schedule your eye exam, call the office or email to schedule an appointment today.

Glasses - Optometry Services Milton

GLASSES – On-Site Optical Laboratory

In addition to correcting your vision, eyeglasses have become a fashion accessory. Clearview Optometry in Milton Ontario, under the leadership of experienced optometrist, Neil Bajaj, OD, has a large selection of frames to fit any style or budget. Get your new pair of glasses from Clearview Optometry, a team of eye experts. Call the office or request an appointment online today.

Diabetic Eye Exam


Diabetes is a chronic health condition that can increase your risk of many health conditions, including those related to the eye. At Clearview Optometry in Milton Ontario, Dr. Neil Bajaj, OD, provides diabetic eye exams to monitor eye health for those with diabetes as well as comprehensive care to minimize damage and vision changes. To schedule your diabetic eye exam, call the office or request an appointment online today.

Contact Lenses


A contact lens is a thin, curved lens placed on the film of tears that covers the surface of your eye. The lens itself is naturally clear, but is often given the slightest tinge of color to make them easier for wearers to handle. Today’s contact lenses are either hard or soft. Most people wear the soft ones now, but it wasn’t too long ago that contact lenses were even glass blown!

Myopia Control


Nearsightedness (myopia) is a common vision condition in which near objects appear clear, but objects farther away look blurry. It occurs when the shape of the eye or the shape of certain parts of the eye causes light rays to bend (refract) inaccurately.

Eye Infections


An infection in your eye can show up in many ways. A lot depends on which part of your eye has the problem. For instance, you can get symptoms in your eyelid, cornea (clear surface that covers the outside of your iris), or the conjunctiva (thin, moist area that covers the inside of the eyelids and outer white part of your eye). Symptoms include pain, discomfort, itchy eyes, feeling that something’s on or in your eye, light sensitivity, burning, tearing and more.



Glaucoma is a disease that damages your eye’s optic nerve. It usually happens when fluid builds up in the front part of your eye. That extra fluid increases the pressure in your eye, damaging the optic nerve.