Osmolarity | how concentrated your tears are
Breakup Time | how quickly your tears evaporate
Lifestyle assessment | questionnaire for signs and symptoms
Lid Lag | test for incomplete or partial blinking
Lipiscan™ | imaging of Meibomian glands
Blephex procedure | lash (blepharitis) cleaning treatment
Bruder Mask™ | proper hot compresses and lid massage
Tea Tree oil | mostly for Acne Rosacea patients
Progress assessments and suggestions on continuing success of the program.The fee for Dry Eye Disease program, which includes all of the above, is $175.00 and includes a 50% off Restasis and/or Xiidra card for patients where it is useful.
Drs. Moison, Nurani, and Rughani recommend that children have their first vision assessment done by the ages of 2-3 years, then yearly afterwards. At this age we are able to assess the health and development of the eyes.
The main reason for such a young age is to diagnose the particular condition amblyopia or “lazy eye”. Lazy eye can only be effectively treated before a child reaches 5 years of age. After this point, unfortunately, despite corrective lenses, surgeries or laser intervention, a child would then remain with a lazy eye for life.
Children with nearsighted glass (myopia; need help seeing the distance clearly) can experience worsening of their prescription over time. Especially younger and teenage children can change rapidly. There exists effective methods (specific glasses, contact lenses and pharmaceutical drugs) that have been shown to stabilize a child’s prescription. This is referred as ‘myopia control’. These options are best discussed on an individual child’s needs with Drs. Moison, Nurani or Rughani.
The cost of eye examinations for children under the ages of 19 years old are covered under MSP.
Our Sun sends out powerful radiation, most of which bounces off our planet’s atmosphere and is redirected into space. Some radiation however will penetrate our atmosphere and reach the Earth’s surface. Some radiation is very helpful to us; the visible spectrum radiation allows vision for humans. Some radiation is harmful, namely ultra-violet or UV.
For our purposes, UV radiation induces changes to the skin around the eye, the front surface of the eye, the lens and finally the rear of the eye or retina.
For these reasons, everyone should wear protective eyewear either with a UV 400 coating on spectacle lenses or UV protective sunglasses.
Are there times when UV is not a concern? Yes, nighttime and rain. These are the only two occasions where UV radiation does not reach us.
You’ll love selecting new glasses in our beautiful, spacious optical department! We have over 500 frames on display, in all the latest designs. We carry the hottest brand names and fashion designers, including some that are exclusive for the Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland. We will answer all your questions and make sure you have a perfect fit.
We are seeing rapid advancements in ophthalmic lens technology, which means better vision, comfort, convenience and protection for you. Here is a simple way to understand your eyeglass lenses:
There are many different types of lenses available including single vision, anti-fatigue, Energize Me, Digital, Office, Drivesafe and progressive multifocal lenses.
Lens materials include CR-39 plastic, high index plastic, polycarbonate and new hybrid materials like Trivex. The best lens material for you is based in part on your prescription.
There are many surface treatments available that can make your glasses the best ever. Our lenses always include anti-reflective/anti-scratch coating to reduce glare. Also available are blue blocker and mirror coatings.
Many options are available including polarized, solid or gradient tints for sunglasses as well as photosensitive lenses that are activated by ultraviolet light to become lighter and darker depending on the UV intensity.
Call 778-571-2871 to book your appointment, or book online.
We offer great optical products at Sullivan Optometry, but it’s really all about customer service. We have patient-friendly policies and your satisfaction is guaranteed. Come in and experience optical service as it should be.We have been making eyeglasses right in our Sullivan office since the day we opened and we have it down to a science! We merge excellent human skill and workmanship with advanced technology machinery and add in outstanding customer service to come up with our winning formula.
Our on-site optical laboratory allows us to make the most advanced lens designs in the newest thin and light lens materials. Doing our own lab work allows us to maintain top quality control and provide fast service. Add the fact that we carry a huge inventory of spectacle lenses, and most glasses can be made the same day!
I visited Sullivan Optometry for the first time today and was very pleased! While I sat in the waiting room sipping my complimentary coffee I noticed that everyone who walked through the door was treated like family. The optometrist and receptionist knew who their clients were and engaged in genuine conversation with them. For my appointment I saw Dr. Anisa who was very sweet, knowledgeable and trustworthy. I would definitely recommend this clinic and will be back for my next visit. – Amanda Leydier
Dr. Moison and Dr. Rughani, both very nice and professional. Dr. Rhugani was very patient and gave me and my wife both very thorough eye exams and explained everything to us. Highly recommend anybody who needs an optometrist to go here. Also didn’t pressure us to buy glasses or contacts even though they had a very nice selection to choose from. -Matt L.
You run a very pleasant office. I really felt comfortable and un-rushed, although I think I took up too much of your time. I really appreciated you and your staff taking the time to answer any questions I had. See you soon,
– Ray Dougharty
Dear Dr. Nurani,
Thanks to internet I have gotten an e mail address to contact you. I live in Guatemala, I visited your clinic in Ottawa from 2003 to 2005. I will be in Ottawa again in May and very happy to visit the city because it will mean a great opportunity to do my eyes examination. I read you are now in BC, good for you !!!! Dr. Anisa Nurani, I wish you a “heavy rain” of blessing in the coming year, happy holidays!!!
– Yanira G. Mendez, Guatemala
We’ve been going to Dr. Anisa for years, driving from the Tri-Cities to see her. She is great with children (very patient and encouraging) as well as knowledgeable. The selection of frames are unique and beautiful – I always see a pair I like even if I’m not shopping. They also have a fantastic selection of sunglasses. – Samantha Agtarap
Very thorough, patient and professional staff. When I first got a prescription from Dr. Moison he let me take the proposed lenses outside to test the long distance vs short range tradeoff. Very attentive to detecting eye problems, treatable conditions such as dry eye. I have no hesitation recommending this team. -Jeff Nagel
We use precision, convenience and style to make your eyecare experience memorable. The precision of digital equipment in the exam room and in the lab make your visual results crystal clear. The convenience of our location with its free parking, our hours with evenings and Saturdays and our on-site lab where most people can leave with their new glasses the same day, all help make life a bit easier. Our huge selection of frame styles ensures that you will find that perfect pair that makes you feel confident with your new glasses and contact lenses.
Dr. Marc E. Moison attended the University of Waterloo and graduated with his Doctor of Optometry Degree in 2000. Apart from his daily optometry duties, he is currently serving as a Facilitator with the College of Optometrists of British Columbia. Dr. Moison’s areas of interest are helping people with Dry Eye Syndrome and his Myopia Control programme that helps prevent a child’s prescription from worsening.
Dr. Anisa Nurani attended the University of Waterloo and graduated with her Doctor of Optometry Degree in 2002. Apart from her optometry duties and raising her two kiddos (Aiden and Arayah), she is currently serving on the Discipline Committee with the College of Optometrists of British Columbia.
Dr. Rughani graduated from the University of Waterloo's Doctor of Optometry program in 2004. She had been practicing optometry for 11 years in Ontario before relocating to BC recently with her husband and three children. Their family is already loving the West Coast lifestyle and has decided to settle down in the South Surrey area. Dr. Rughani is very excited to be joining Sullivan Optometry and is looking forward to meeting patients!
Kathy graduated from The University of British Columbia in 2001 and previously worked for a dentist. She enjoys the health care industry and loves working with families. Her strengths are in social media and marketing. As an Optometrist Assistant, she will be handling the pre-testing portion of the examination for most patients. She looks forward to helping improve the health of people's eyes. Pet peeves: People who are not kind.
Michelle has extensive experience in the Optometry field. She has obtained two Ophthalmic Dispensing Certificates and two Contact Lens Fitting Certificates from the Canadian Guild of Dispensing Opticians as well as from the College of Opticians of British Columbia. Michelle grew up in Coquitlam and has lived in the Lower Mainland all her life. One of her greatest accomplishments has been raising two grown children whom she and her husband adopted from Haiti. For exercise, Michelle enjoys walking 5 to 10 kilometres every day. Michelle is very knowledgeable and she is happy to answer any questions you may have regarding your vision health and care.
Surrey, BC V3S0X9
Phone: (778) 571-2871
Fax: (778) 571-2872
Mon 9:30 am-2:30pm ——– Dr. Priya Rughani
Tue 9:30am-5:30pm ——– Dr. Anisa Nurani
Wed 9:30am-5:30pm ——– Dr. Marc Moison
Thu 9:30am-6:30pm ——– Dr. Marc Moison
Fri 9:30am-5:30pm ——– Dr. Marc Moison
Sat 9:30am-2:30pm ——– Dr. Marc Moison
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