Clearly Square One
100 City Centre Dr, Mississauga, ON L5B 2C9
Mon to Sat: 10am - 9pm
Sun: 11am - 7pm
- • Comprehensive eye exams for all ages
- • Full retinal imagining/OCT technology
- • Contact lens fittings
- • Eyewear returns and exchanges
- • Glasses, PD, and optical measurements
- • Free fitting, adjustment, cleaning and repairs
Get your eyes checked at a Clearly store and we'll give you $20 credit towards your next glasses or contact lenses order.
Full eye exam (19-64 years old)only $95
OHIP covers a full eye exam for kids (0-19 years) and seniors (65+ years) annually
Eye exam & contact lens assessments and fittingsfrom $125
Free Glasses for Kids
Age 10 and under
In-store exclusive: Children age 10 and under get a free pair of kids’ glasses. Please bring their health card and recent prescription.
*Some restrictions apply (details)
Top reasons to get your eyes checked
Adults should get an eye exam every 1-2 years (and kids should have one every year). These are just some of the reasons.
Catch vision issues, help prevent permanent damage and blindness
Eye exams can help identify underlying health issues like diabetes
See clearly in eyewear that's right for your needs and routine
Experience advanced ophthalmic tech (and see your eye in 3D!)
Frequently Asked Questions
When you book in advance, you'll have a guaranteed spot in the Clearly Square One store. You can still come in without an appointment, but we recommend booking beforehand so you don’t have to wait in line if you happen to visit at one of our busy times. If you already have an eye exam booked, you don’t need a store appointment.
Routine eye exams aren’t covered by OHIP for people between the ages of 20 and 64, unless specified by your doctor. Please visit the Government of Ontario website for more information.
Clearly offers direct billing online only.
Direct billing allows you to claim your vision insurance benefits upfront, so you can skip the paperwork and instantly save money on your eyewear. Whether you have workplace insurance, student coverage, or coverage through a partner or carer, you can use your benefits online and save money right away.
All you need to do is enter your insurance information and upload your prescription. From there we'll process your claim and apply your coverage to your order total.
The cost of an eye exam will depend on your vision needs and your optometrist’s expertise. Eye exam prices at Clearly’s partner clinic in Mississauga, Asgarpour Optometry, range as follows:
- $95 for adults between 20 and 64
- OHIP provides annual coverage for children (0-19 years) and seniors (65 and above)
- Eye exam & contact lens assessments and fittings start from $125
Please visit the Government of Ontario website for more information.
Most extended benefits programs offer reimbursement for eye exams, so make sure to inquire about your coverage.
The prices of our glasses and contacts are the same in-store as they are online. However, we often run exclusive in-store promotions so it’s always worth talking to our experts so we can find the best deal for you.
If we have your contacts in stock, you can pick them up on the same day at our Clearly Square One location. You’ll need to bring a valid contact lens prescription and show it to the team.
Glasses orders take a little longer, as we have to create your custom lenses and fit them into your chosen frames. We can arrange to ship your glasses directly to you, or you can pick them up in-store. Typically, glasses orders take about 2 weeks. If you ordered your glasses online and want to pick them up in the store, you’ll also need to show us your valid glasses prescription.
There are plenty of pay parking lots at Square One Shopping Centre!
An ophthalmologist provides medical and surgical treatments for severe eye conditions. An optometrist is your primary eye doctor for routine eye care: full eye exams and vision tests. They provide eye prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses, and treatments for common eye conditions, such as dry eyes, glaucoma, and eye infections. Our local optometrists can also provide eye care for before and after eye surgery.
If you’re looking for an optometrist in Mississauga, book an eye exam or a store visit with us online.
An optometrist is your primary eye doctor who provides comprehensive eye exams and vision tests, eye prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses, and treatments for common eye conditions.
An optician is a technician who generally dispenses glasses, sunglasses, and contact lenses according to the prescriptions provided by your optometrist or ophthalmologist. If your eyewear needs adjustment or repair, an optician can also help.
If you’re looking for a local optician or optometrist in Mississauga, book an eye exam or a store visit with us online.
Our optometrists will focus on a series of tests in a full eye exam:
- Refractive issues: nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism, or presbyopia
- Overall perception: colour vision, depth perception, and eye coordination
- Assessment of vision loss: “lazy eye” (amblyopia), glaucoma, diabetes, macular degeneration, cataracts, and keratoconus
- Assessment of other health conditions: vascular diseases, neurological diseases, inflammatory diseases, and certain cancers
Preserve your eye health and overall health effectively with a routine eye exam every one to two years.
Prepare to bring the following to your eye exam or routine eye checkup appointment with our optometrists:
- A list of any medications that you currently use
- All pairs of glasses that you currently use
- If you are a contact lens wearer, please wear your glasses to the appointment (if available), and bring your contact lens boxes/foils
- Your provincial health card
Contact lenses can correct for nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia. It’s best to see what your optometrist recommends because contacts are medical devices, and they are available in different shapes, sizes, and materials. Book an eye exam today for a valid contact lens prescription and initial contact lens fitting.
Toric contact lenses can correct for astigmatism and your optometrist may prescribe you with these lenses based on your assessment. Without the correct shape and prescription power, regular contacts cannot correct blurry vision caused by astigmatism and allow for more object focus. Book an eye exam today for a valid contact lens prescription and initial contact lens fitting.
A comprehensive eye exam is a thorough assessment of your vision and eye health. If you’re new to contacts or you need a new prescription, you’ll need a a contact lens exam. It includes a contact lens fitting (a measurement of your eye surface and evaluation of your tear film) to ensure the best lens fit. If you’re considering prescription glasses, a comprehensive eye exam is adequate. Learn about the differences between contact lens and glasses prescriptions.
Health and Safety
We're limiting the number of visitors in the store.
As per Ontario provincial regulations, please wear a mask at Clearly Square One
Feel free to use our self-serve sanitization stations throughout the store.
Clearly Square One Optometrists
Our partner optometrists can help you with comprehensive eye exams, contact lens fittings and assessments, and much more!
Dr. Matthew Awad, OD
Dr. Matthew Awad completed his Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Manitoba before completing his Doctor of Optometry degree at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry.More Details +
He delivers a well-rounded approach and excels in the treatment and management of ocular disease, pediatrics, as well as post-operative care. Dr. Awad is committed to providing high quality comprehensive eye care and ensuring a comfortable environment for all his patients.
Dr. Alexa Hecht
Dr. Alexa Hecht was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. After completing her undergraduate studies at the University of Manitoba, studying Psychology and Biology, she obtained her Doctor of Optometry with Distinction from the University of Waterloo.More Details +
At Waterloo, Dr. Hecht developed clinical skills in primary care, ocular disease, pediatrics, contact lenses, and low vision.
Dr. Hecht has clinical interests in primary care, dry eye disease, and myopia control. She looks forward to providing excellent patient care and educating her patients and the community. When not examining eyes, Dr. Hecht enjoys travelling, trying out new workout classes or new recipes, and spending time with family and friends.