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Five Convenient and One Rewarding Way to Make Your Appointments


  1. Call Toll Free 1-877-744-4812 (1-877-SIGHT12)

  2. Email us at:

  3. Click on Book An Appointment link on our Web site

  4. Message us through out Facebook Page 

  5. Ping us through our Google+ Page

  6. Or better yet, walk in to our Ajax location at the intersection of Salem and Rossland Road East, make your appointment, try on five pairs of glasses and earn a $50 gift card for simply coming in and trying on our exclusive selection of eyeglasses. Now That's a rewarding way to make an appointment!!

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“Hi, My name is Lori, Welcome To Sight N’ Steps!!” Greeted a chirpy little personality with a big smile as I walked into Sight N’ Steps’ ambient Ajax facility to attend my Optometrist Appointment. “Would you like a bottle of water?” offered Lori – The Lead Optician at Sight N’ Steps, as she sat me down in a comfortable blue (Sight N’ Steps’ signature color) couch. She then gave me an iPad to enter my information and went away to get me a bottle of water.  

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While the looks are important, when it comes to eyeglasses, your Lenses are the most important part, hands down. However, experience has shown that most eyeglass wearers spend a considerable time choosing frames; but not much of an effort or research is done in choosing the right kind of lenses. 



"The medical term of your eyeglasses is "Vision-Aids" - something that helps improve your vision. Eyeglasses should be treated as such." Says Dr. Khan, Optometrist at Sight N' Steps. "We live in the most technologically advance environment in the history of mankind. 50 years ago, our eyes did not go through hours and hours of direct intense light being beamed at them through computers, TV's and smart phone screens, so they are not used to this harsh treatment. Thanks to the advancement of technology in the area of vision-aid, we can now choose lenses suitable to our daily lifestyle."

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