Our commitment is to offer you top quality eyecare products and services. To better protect you, we offer guarantees to satisfy your needs.
In the event you feel persistent discomfort or have difficulty adapting to your lenses, within 60 days of the purchase date, prescription lenses, may be exchanged for other lenses. No credit will be given if you choose replacement lenses of a lower value. You will be charged the difference for the purchase of higher value lenses. Within the same 60-day period you may exchange your frame for a different frame. You will be charged the difference for frames of a higher value. If new lenses are required to fit the new frame, the cost will be 50% of the regular retail price.
Optometry on Bronte provides complimentary alignment, adjustment and cleaning of your eyeglasses and sunglasses as often as necessary, for as long as you own them. Two year warranty on frame and lenses for manufacture’s defects
Our commitment to quality ensures that your prescription eyewear is specifically designed and created to meet your unique personal needs. We cannot, therefore, offer refunds once the glasses are made.
Final sale on all swim goggles (with or without prescription), safety frames, sport goggles and discounted frames.
We kindly ask you to follow the requirements below for your visit.
YOUR DOCTOR MAY DILATE YOUR PUPILS WITH DROPS DURING AN EXAM. The drops cause some light sensitivity and blurry vision for about 4 hours or longer depending on type of drop used. Reading up close may be difficult from some time after dilation. Please bring sunglasses to your appointment. While many patients feel comfortable enough to drive home after the appointment, it is safest to arrange for drop-off to your appointment and pick-up
CONTACT LENS WEARERS: come in wearing contact lenses for full eye exams. Bring your own case & solution.
PRIVATE INSURANCE: If you are expecting your private insurance to cover non-OHIP charges for exams, services and purchases, please check your insurance eligibility AHEAD OF TIME and FOR THE DATE that these will be provided or made. To avoid surprises, we urge to you to verify this with your insurance provider before coming in even if a prior submission was done at our office as frequency of coverage and types of services covered varies depending on the provider and are subject to change. If claims are declined by the insurer, patients are responsible for payment for any services rendered and or supplies provided.
TO AVOID FEES, kindly give 24 hours notice for appointment changes.
CLOSED on all statutory holidays and the Saturday of every long weekend
Direct insurance billing available
Dr. Patel received her Honours Bachelor of Science from McMaster University before attending the University of Waterloo where she completed her Doctor of Optometry degree in 2017 with recognition on the Dean’s Honors List for academic excellence.
In school, she was vice-president of VOSH (Volunteer Optometric Services for Humanities) student chapter, organizing fundraisers and optometric mission trips. Dr. Patel participated in a volunteer mission trip to Peru, where she delivered eye care to underserviced communities. She also completed an ocular disease and therapeutics internship in Muskogee, Oklahoma where she managed diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and other retinal diseases.
Dr. Patel is passionate about providing high quality eye care to her patients, with a focus on education and disease prevention. She is currently an active member of the Special Olympics Opening Eyes, providing free eye assessments to people with intellectual disability. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, traveling and staying active by going to the gym, hiking and rock climbing.
Dr.Bahl completed her Honours Science and Doctor of Optometry degrees at the University of Waterloo in 2003. She received extensive training in the diagnosis and non-surgical treatment & management of ocular disease while attending her externship at the world renowned Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Centre in Arizona.
Post graduation, Dr. Bahl practiced optometry in both medical settings (Scarborough) and in private optometric offices (Mississauga). She has acquired specialized experience in laser surgery co-management having worked closely with refractive surgeons for two years. She has additional interests in contact lens care and pediatric optometry.
Dr. Bahl enjoys yoga and meditation and quality time with her husband and two sons. She has and continues to participate in voluntary eye care missions to underserviced countries including Morocco (2006) and Mexico (2001). She is currently a member of the Ontario Association of Optometrists.
Dr. Tailor was born and raised in Brampton, ON. She completed her Bachelor of Health Sciences degree at McMaster University and then earned her Doctor of Optometry at the University of Waterloo where she graduated with Dean’s Honor List distinction in 2021.During her last year of school, Dr. Tailor completed her primary care rotation in Surrey, British Columbia and her ocular disease rotation in Brantford, Ontario where she received extensive training in contact lenses, pediatric eyecare, refractive co-management and ocular diseases such as glaucoma and dry eye.Dr. Tailor is passionate about providing high-quality comprehensive eyecare and has an interest in myopia control and contact lenses. She is certified in the use of therapeutic pharmaceutical agents for the treatment of ocular diseases. She is an active member of the Ontario Association of Optometrists and Canadian Association of Optometrists. When she is not in the office, you can find Dr. Tailor hiking outdoors, travelling and watercolour painting.