Goemans & Associates Optometry


Monday: 09:00AM - 05:00PM

Tuesday: 09:00AM - 07:00PM

Wednesday: 09:00AM - 05:00PM

Thursday: 09:00AM - 07:00PM

Friday: 09:00AM - 05:00PM

Saturday: 09:00AM - 12:00PM

Sunday: CLOSED


Friday April 19 (Good Friday): Closed

Saturday April 20: Closed

Sunday April 21 (Easter Sunday): Closed

Monday April 22 (Easter Monday): 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Goemans Optometry - Products and Services

At Goemans Optometry, we carry a full range of eyewear products and associated accessories to keep your eyes seeing their best.  We offer a wide variety of metal and plastic ophthalmic frames for women, men, and children in a number of different styles to suit your fashion sense and personality.


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We also offer a variety of contact lens services to make your contact lens experience comfortable, efficient, and cost effective.  If you have never worn contact lenses before, you will need to set up an initial contact lens fitting appointment in which we will teach you how to properly insert and remove lenses, inform you of how to care for your lenses, and will monitor their fit and visual acuities.  We offer daily disposable lenses, monthly lenses, and rigid/gas permeable lenses to suit your needs.  Contact lenses can be worn to correct myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia.  Speak to your optometrist today if you are interested in wearing contact lenses. 
In addition to glasses and contact lenses, we also offer a variety of other products and services for your eyes.


  ​Canadian Safety Association (CSA) Approved Safety Glasses

Eye safety in the workplace is extremely important.  When the work environment is unsafe, It is essential to wear a properly fitted pair of safety glasses to prevent eye injuries before they occur.  A foreign body in the eye may be very dangerous if not removed immediately, so take the necessary steps to protect your eyes on the job.  At Goemans Optometry, we carry a variety of safety frames in a number of styles that can be purchased with or without a prescription.
Retinal Photography  

A retinal camera allows an optometrist to photograph your eye, inspect the macula, and be able to detect and diagnose a number of diseases which would not be visible without that image  These diseases include, but are not limited to, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic retinopathy, and glaucoma.
Sports Glasses and Swim Goggles
Very active children and adults may need more specialized products in order to protect their eyes, while enjoying the activities that they love.  We carry regular and sports sunglass frames for children and adults, designed to fully protect their eyes while also correcting vision.  These frames may be purchased without a prescription as well.
  Shooting Lenses 

We have worked with many national and provincial shooting team members in measuring the best design for their shooting needs.  We look forward to working with all levels and types of shooters.


Urgent Eye Examinations  

Optometrists deal with urgent eye care and eye emergencies.  If you are experiencing an ocular emergency such as a foreign body in your eye, flashing lights, or floaters please call your optometrist immediately.  Optometrists remove foreign bodies, treat eye infections, prescribe medications, and refer patients to ophthalmologists if required.
Red Eye and Dry Eye Management  

For some patients, red and/or dry eyes are not just a temporary condition, but a serious and on-going problem.  Fortunately, there are a number of treatments and managements available which, under the care of an optometrist, you can undergo.  Ask your optometrist about artificial tears and warm compresses among other treatments. At Goemans and Associates Optometry, Dr. Donna Goemans often pursues extra education on red eye and dry eye treatments and would be happy to answer your questions.
  Binocular Vision Training and Managing Convergence Issues

Binocular vision assessments evaluate visual skills that are not examined in a regular comprehensive eye examination.  The skills include accommodation which is the ability of the eyes to focus together, depth perception, fusion of the eyes, ocular motility or eye movements, and the resting position of the eye (ocular posture).  Convergence insufficiency is the inability of eyes to work together when focusing on a near object.  This usually causes problems such as eye strain, blurred vision, diplopia or double vision, and/or headaches.  The good news is that there are many treatments available, ranging from lenses with built in prism to vision therapy and at home exercises.  Binocular vision treatments have a high success rate.  At Goemans Optometry, Dr. Paul Goemans is highly experienced with working with binocular vision patients as he supervises at the University of Waterloo Binocular Vision Department.
Other Services Offered Include:  

- Blue Light Blockers
- Visual Field Testing
- Colour Vision Testing and Stereopsis
- Frame Adjustments and Repairs
​- Ministry of Transportation Testing