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About Us

Welcome to the Esterhazy Optometry Clinic

Dr. Nathan Knezacek and his staff are committed to your eye care. Thorough eye exams determine the health of the eyes and the optimal treatment to improve vision. Regular eye examinations are key in preventing vision loss from common eye diseases and vision impairments that include myopia (near sightedness), hyperopia (far sightedness), and astigmatism.

Our dispensary is well equipped to provide treatment services like glasses and contact lenses. The optical has a wide range of frames from classic designs to high fashion in a wide price range to fit all budgets. The lenses and coatings used are high quality products that include such names as Nikon and Crizal.

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Book an Appointment

If you are experiencing a foreign body sensation, sudden vision loss, flashes or floaters, eye pain, symptoms of infection, or any other ocular emergency, please call us for an immediate appointment at 306-745-2524.

For Your Appointment:

  • Due to COVID-19, masks are required for anybody who enters our building (ages 2 and up).
  • The signs outside our door will instruct you to call or knock before entering our facility.  Please DO NOT enter until the staff has given you further instructions.
  • Please arrive at least 5 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time.
  • Bring a list of any medications you are taking.
  • Bring your Saskatchewan Health card and any insurance cards.
  • Bring any glasses and/or contact lenses that you are currently wearing.
  • You may have your pupils dilated at your eye examination, so please bring sunglasses and/or a hat as the drops will make you light sensitive for a few hours after the appointment.