Keratoconic Exams, Bradford, ON

We offer keratoconic exams for our patients who may be experiencing irregular vision issues in Bradford.

Keratoconic Exams in Bradford, Ontario

Keratoconus is an eye disease in which the eye bulges outward into the shape of a cone, causing vision issues such as blurred vision, halos and glare, night vision problems, and worsening nearsightedness. If you are experiencing vision problems and are having trouble finding solutions that provide long-term results, then you may wish to consider a keratoconic exam with us at Dr. Miller & Dr. Tilis Family Optometry.

While the cause of keratoconus is not known, keratoconic exams are a good place to start to find solutions for your vision problems. With this ocular condition, typical vision correction options do not seem to help achieve the clear vision you are hoping for, and having a keratoconic exam may provide the answers you need.

Typically, keratoconus presents itself in early adolescence, potentially as early as age ten. If you are an adult with this disease, scheduling keratoconic exams for your children will be an important early intervention step. Simply let us know during your child’s annual eye appointment that you would like to check for keratoconus, and our professionals at Dr. Miller & Dr. Tilis Family Optometry will be happy to assist with this exam. Additionally, even if you aren’t genetically predisposed, we can always complete keratoconic exams if you are experiencing irregular vision issues.

Even in a mild format, keratoconus can be problematic, and you may be looking for vision correction solutions. At Dr. Miller & Dr. Tilis Family Optometry, we can discuss your vision concerns and provide comprehensive exams and corrective measures to help you take back your eye health and your vision. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and to discuss whether a keratoconic exam is an important step for you and your family members in Bradford, Ontario.


At Dr. Miller & Dr. Tilis Family Optometry, we offer keratoconic exams to residents of Bradford, Newmarket, and East Gwillimbury, Ontario.