Since June 2007, formerly Eyedentity Eyestyles and Dr. Brenda Li and Associates. As of May 2014, we moved and renamed to Davisville Eye Care.
Why did you pick Mount Pleasant Village?
We were looking to be part of a family oriented community, where we get to know our patients and their families on a personal level. Seeing our office grow over the past 7 years made it more apparent that we wanted to stay and be part of this community, hence the name change to Davisville Eye Care.
What is the most meaningful comment you've received since you've opened?
Many patients comment that they are happy to have found us so close to home and being able to provide exceptional eye care for them and their families.
What specialty sets your business apart from competitors?
We are truly a family practice. We treat all our patients, customers and co-workers like family and this resonates through our comfortable homey decor, our service and attitude.
What has changed about your business since you first opened?
With the recent expansion, we are able to bring the latest technology in eye care to help compliment our thorough eye exams. This allows us to provide better care for our patients. After serving this community the past 7 years, we better understand the needs of our patients for quality vision care and eye wear. Our selection of eye wear is better than it has ever been before.
What do you enjoy most about your business?
Everyday we are helping people see the best they can and ensuring a lifetime of healthy vision. We are able to better educate our patients about the importance of their vision and the effects on their daily lifestyle.
Any exciting news or events happening in the next 6 months in your business?
We are continuing to expand. We would like to welcome Dr. Jeff McAlear and Dr. Stephanie Stanlick to Davisville Eye Care. Our office is open 6 days a week with evening hours to better serve our patients busy schedules.
What's a fun fact about your business?
Did you know children should have their first eye exam by the age of 3 by a doctor of optometry and yearly thereafter? 80% of their learning is done through their eyes. Better yet, their annual exam is an OHIP covered service until they turn 20.