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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 names such as Nikon and Crizal.

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Latest News & Events

Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic Retinopathy

The current number of people living with diabetes in Canada is approximately 3.3 million. Type 2 diabetes is the most common...

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Which Environmental Factors Potentially Reduce the Progression of Childhood Nearsightedness?

Which Environmental Factors Potentially Reduce the Progression of Childhood Nearsightedness?

Increasing time outdoors at least one hour per day may reduce the risk of developing nearsightedness by 45%. - Divya...

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Article: Global Evidence Links Digital Device Screen Time with Myopia

Article: Global Evidence Links Digital Device Screen Time with Myopia

Myopia (nearsightedness) is still a major research and discussion topic worldwide. Links have been made that increased digital device screen...

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Children’s Vision Month: Part 3

Children’s Vision Month: Part 3

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World Sight Day 2021

World Sight Day 2021

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Children’s Vision Month: CTV News interview with Dr.Nathan Knezacek

Children’s Vision Month: CTV News interview with Dr.Nathan Knezacek

Dr. Nathan Knezacek discusses the increased prevalence of myopia (nearsightedness) and some ways parents can slow the progression of the...

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Children’s Vision Month

Children’s Vision Month

Children under 18 with a valid Saskatchewan Health Card are covered for a full eye exam once a year. However,...

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Myopia

Myopia

Myopia (nearsightedness) occurs when the shape of the eye is more elongated than a normal eye. The curvature of the...

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Did you know these fun facts about the eye???

Did you know these fun facts about the eye???

This article from The Canadian Association of Optometrists is worth the read: Funny Eye Facts

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Blue light

Blue light

Throughout our day, whether at home, work or being outdoors, we are exposed to a variety of visible and sometimes...

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Cataract Awareness Month 2021

Cataract Awareness Month 2021

Is your vision foggy or blurry? Do you have decreased night vision or see halos around lights? Are there changes...

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Vision Health Month

Vision Health Month

May is Vision Health Month​​! "The eyes are the windows to the soul (and body)". Awareness about your eye health...

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Dry Eyes – What is it?

Dry Eyes – What is it?

Overview Dry eye disease is a common condition that occurs when your tears aren't able to provide adequate lubrication for...

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Wear and care

Wear and care

This article includes reminders of how to wear and care for your contacts.

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How to Keep Glasses From Fogging Up When Wearing a Mask

How to Keep Glasses From Fogging Up When Wearing a Mask

Are you struggling with the positioning of your face mask that results in fogging of your glasses? Here are some...

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Back to School

Back to School

It’s hard to believe that summer vacation is coming to a close and the new school year will be starting...

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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).
  • 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 bring sunglasses and/or a hat as the drops will make you light sensitive.