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vision with
Greiche & Scaff

We provide QUALITY

We have been committed to providing quality, accessible, and convenient vision care, 

since 1976

Complete eye exams done with our optometrists are more than just determinations of your eyeglass and contact lens prescription – they serve are key to maintaining an impeccable eye health.

Scheduling the appointment

The first step towards better eye health is to make an appointment at

Greiche & Scaff.

There you will find qualified optometrists ready to perform a comprehensive assessment of your vision health. 

Making an appointment is simple: online with just few clicks, or a phone call.

Typically, an eye exam at Greiche & Scaff lasts approximately 30 minutes, allowing for a detailed analysis.

This exam covers several essential aspects of your vision and eye health.

Using the latest equipment and technology, including retinal imagery and 3D scans, our optometrists can spot any abnormality and identify eye diseases and changes in your eye health. They also evaluate your visual acuity, perform refraction tests to determine your need for glasses or contact lenses, and check eye coordination.

In addition, intraocular pressure is measured to screen for possible signs of glaucoma, and pupil dilation may be performed for a thorough examination of the retina.

How often should you have your eyes examined?

For each stage of life

According to the Order of Optometrists of Quebec, eye exams should be performed at specific intervals depending on age groups.

Babies and toddlers

Ages: birth to 24 months

Eye exams should begin around 6 months of age.


Ages: 12 to 17 years

Annual exams are important to support active lifestyles.


Ages: 3 to 5 years

Children should have their first eye exam at age 3 and before starting kindergarten.


Ages: 18 to 64 years

Eye exams should be performed as recommended every one to two years.

School-age children

Ages: 6 to 11 years

Annual eye exams are recommended for optimal vision development.

Elderly people

Ages: 65 years and older

Annual eye exams are necessary to preserve quality of life.

What to expect during your eye exam?

  • Accurate prescription for glasses and contact lenses
  • Complete eye health assesment
  • Dilation if necessary
  • Management of eye diseases and disorders
  • Screening for general health problems
  • Opportunity to discuss concerns about eye care

The importance of regular eye exams

Vision problems are more common than you think. In fact, 1 in 4 school-aged children in Canada have a vision problem that significantly affects their learning and development. For adults, regular checkups are essential for early detection of conditions such as macular degeneration, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, and glaucoma.

See Better for Success

Take advantage of the “See Better for Success” program and receive a government reimbursement of $300.

“See Better for Success” financial assistance program is a Quebec government program that provides reimbursement for the purchase of glasses or contact lenses for any child under 18 years of age. A refund amount of $300 is fixed and does not vary depending on the cost of the purchase.

Reimbursement is granted only for the purchase of glasses or contact lenses that have been prescribed by a professional and are intended to correct vision. If you have questions or would like to submit a request, please refer to the program guidelines for more details:

takE care of your eyes

Take control of your eye health today

It's never too late to start taking care of your eyes. Routine exams are your first line of defense in

maintaining healthy vision and overall well-being.

Book your appointment today and enter a world of healthy, clearer, and brighter vision.