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Dr. Tracy Brodie & Associates: Optometrists in Burlington, Ontario

Dr. Tracy Brodie & Associates is your local Eye Care Specialists serving all of your family’s vision care needs.

Dr. Tracy Brodie, Dr. Breanne Facey and Dr. Karen Bochnak provide quality eye care services and vision care products in Burlington, ON; we truly care about the health of your eyes and provide comprehensive eye exams to all family members. If you’re looking for an optometrist near you, we’d love to have you try out our top quality eye care delivered with unsurpassed customer service.

We display a great selection of designer eye frames, sunglasses and contact lenses, and we offer eye exams, emergency eye treatment as well as management of ocular diseases.

Visit Dr. Tracy Brodie & Associates at our vision center, which can be found at 405 Pearl Street, Burlington, ON L7R 2M8. Call us at (289) 813-7444 to make an appointment or schedule an appointment online.

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Pediatric Eye Exams at Dr. Tracy Brodie & Associates in Burlington, Ontario
Woman Wearing Eyeglasses in Burlington, Ontario

with so many different styles to choose from, getting the right look for your face and your lifestyle can be overwhelming.

Woman Inserting Contact Lenses in Burlington, Ontario

We offer a wide selection of contact lenses including disposable soft contact, bifocal/multifocal, toric, and colored lenses.

Little Girl Having Vision Therapy in Burlington, Ontario

Vision therapy is similar to physical therapy for the visual systemOur goal is to get the patient seeing clearly while using both eyes as a team.

Eye See Eye Learn – Program

How much do you know about children’s vision?

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Do you suffer from watery & itchy eyes?

Dry eye syndrome (DES or dry eye) is due to a lack of sufficient lubrication and moisture on the surface of the eye. The consequences range and vary from minor irritation to the inability to wear contact lenses and an increased risk of corneal inflammation and eye infections. Find out more about the many treatment options for dry eye.

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Countless people around the world wear daily disposable contact lenses or dailies. These popular single-use lenses are removed and discarded at the end of each day, and a new, fresh...

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