Your Toronto Optometrist
At Look & See Eyecare, our optometry staff works together to ensure your visit is comfortable and completed in a timely manner. We have a qualified team of professionals that will work around your busy schedule and address any questions or concerns prior to the appointment. Whether it’s a general eye exam or treating a condition that requires an in depth diagnosis, our team provides undivided attention to each patient so we can evaluate a plan based on your needs and our professional opinion. Our doctor offers full vision examinations and will diagnose and treat an array of eye diseases and conditions to keep your eyes healthy!
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New Patients Welcome!
New patients keep our business growing, we are always proud to offer high quality ophthalmology services to our patients. We understand that your first visit to the eye doctor can feel overwhelming and we try to accommodate all new patients with a comfortable and organized facility.
If you have any questions about coming to our office, don’t hesitate to contact us today at
My appointment was easily the most pleasant medical appointment I have ever had. The office was calm and everyone was extremely friendly and helpful. Dr. Grewal was very attentive, knowledgeable and friendly. She was very easy and pleasant to talk to. Explained my eye exam and the results. Would truly recommend her to anyone looking for an optometrist.J. G.
Highly recommend this doctor. She is extremely knowledgeable and takes the time to explain thoroughly any eye issues. She works in a comfortable setting and her assistant is pleasant and proficient also. The office is easy to get to and not far from College Park. Great experience!C. H.
Best eye doctor i've ever had. Dr. Grewal is an expert and she genuinely cares a lot about her patient's eye health. She goes above and beyond and I would highly recommend her to anyone!S. H.
I highly recommend Dr. Camy! I had developed an eye condition called central serious retinopathy and she was able to readily and accurately make the right diagnosis, whereas my previous optometrists failed to recognize this eye condition. She was also prompt in making arrangements for me to see a retina specialist for further treatment.O. N.
Terrific eye care. Understanding, efficient, and answers any questions patiently and thoughtfully. Highly recommend.K. C.
Toronto Optometry Services
Proper eye care is important for people of all ages and regular eye exams are encouraged for everyone, but especially for those already using glasses or contact lenses. Your vision plays a vital role in your life each and every day, which is why it is so important to take the right steps for maintaining good eye health. At Look & See Eyecare, we provide a variety of services, from general exams to corrective surgery. We also carry a wide selection of eye frames for our patients as well.
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