Optometrist Downtown Dartmouth

Optometrist serving Downtown Dartmouth

  • Eye care for all your family’s needs
  • Pediatric and children’s services available
  • Routine eye exams to update prescriptions or address your concern
  • Locally owned, family business serving Dartmouth for over 40 years

Dr. Amanda Torres will care for the eyes of your family, young and old alike. Whether it’s a basic checkup or something more extensive, she will provide the exams your family members need to help everyone achieve and maintain excellent eye health.

Eye Care Clinic Downtown Dartmouth

  • One of Dartmouth’s finest optometry centres
  • Caring for your family’s eyes is our number one priority
  • Welcoming environment for children

Your eye health is our top priority. The doctor will give your eyes a thorough examination. When someone in your family needs new glasses or contact lenses, we have a full range of stylish frames to choose from and a selection of the best brands of contact lenses.

Contact Lens Provider Downtown Dartmouth

  • Our office offers the best brands of contact lenses
  • Fitting appointments for contact lenses are included with their purchase

With the variety of things to be considered when choosing contact lenses, why not make an on-site appointment with our optometrist? She will make sure you have the right prescription and measurements; our dispensing opticians will fit you with the best lenses for your lifestyle.


Dartmouth, called the City of Lakes because of the numerous lakes found within its borders, is positioned on Halifax Harbour’s eastern shore and is a member of the Halifax Regional Municipality’s capital district.

Dartmouth is a growing ‘bedroom communityā€¯. This residential subdivision began to increase when exit 8 was created from Highway 111. This allows access to the region by using Mount Hope Avenue.

Providing students many choices of courses to study, Dartmouth High School offers the French immersion program as well as English. This school is ethnically diverse and welcoming to all.

Shopping centres and the downtown area give local residents a wide variety of retail store options. Mic Mac Mall, the biggest shopping centre in Atlantic Canada, is filled with all the types of shops you would find in a big-city mall. The Village Shops at Dartmouth Crossing, a factory outlet shopping area, are a favoured destination.

Maritime Conservatory of Performing Arts offers classical music and dance lessons as well as concerts. For something with a different twist, visit Winecrafters, a wine-making retail facility that shows you how to make your own wine or if you’d prefer, they can advise you on ways to make wine at home.

The Wooden Monkey, a vegetarian and vegan-friendly restaurant, features local and organic food and drinks. Lamb, Lentil or Beef Burgers are all on their menu.

More about Dartmouth and area here.