What We Do

When you come to visit ClearView Optometry, rest assured that your eye health is in great hands. We provide a personal approach to each client, and by regularly updating our equipment and our products, we make sure to provide the best eye care. We’re conveniently located in Kingston, so give us a call, browse our site or stop by in person. We look forward to seeing you!

Eye Test


Optometrists can use all sorts of methods and equipment to asses the eye health and visual function of their patients. We can assess patients of all ages and abilities, from infants to seniors.

Even if you think your vision is great, the eyes can be a good window into your overall eye health and your Optometrist can check for early signs of disease before you notice any changes. 


Just like shoes, contact lenses come in different sizes and can fit everyone's eyes differently. Optometrists use various measurements like curvature, prescription, and material to help determine if a contact lens is a good fit, and if it is safe for you to use.

This is why getting your contact lenses fit by your optometrist is the safest way to make sure you are wearing the proper contact lens for your prescription and eye health.  


Whether you need glasses or sunglasses, our beautiful optical has what you are looking for. Our knowledgeable staff can answer all your questions about which lens choice might be best for your visual needs.

Our large optical holds more than 600 frames. We carry frames of all shapes and sizes in a variety of designer and non-designer brands. 
We would be happy to help you find something that fits your needs. 


Dry eyes can occur from either a decrease in quality or quantity of the tears. This causes the front of the eye to become irritated and uncomfortable and can very from mild to severe symptoms.

There are many options available to treat this condition depending on the cause and severity. Speak to your Optometrist to find out what might be best for you. 


Certain eye conditions require additional testing to help with diagnosis or management. We are pleased to be able to provide fundus photos, visual fields, and OCT testing. Your Optometrist will advise you if they believe these tests are necessary.


Thinking about Laser Vision Correction (LVC)? Optometrists can look at measurements like corneal thickness, prescription stability, and eye health to help advise you if you are a good candidate for LVC.

They can also monitor your healing and stability after surgery for your future eye health.