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Experienced Optometrists in Surrey

Welcome to the Newton Optometry Clinic in Surrey BC, where we specialize in helping you obtain comfortable and lifelong eye health. Since opening the practice in 1989, Dr. Susy Pierazzo and her team of professionals have worked hard to gain our patients’ trust, providing excellence in all aspects of eye care. A family optometry clinic, we provide a personal touch, taking our time to get to know you, your eyes and all your visual needs.

Eye Cares Services and Treatments

When seeking an optometrist in Surrey, it’s important to ensure you receive the service you need from professionals who care. Our services include:

  • Complete eye health exams for the whole family; including the detection of glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, diabetic and hypertensive changes
  • Digital photography of the retina, enabling us to detect and show you any changes from your previous exams
  • Customized eyeglass selection and fitting by opticians
  • Sports and special eyewear products including sunglasses
  • Professional contact lens fitting and follow up
  • Laser surgery pre and post-operative care

When to Come in for an Eye Exam

There are multiple factors that determine how often you should see your Surrey optometrist, including age and risk factors.


Children in school should generally receive eye exams every two years until the age of 18 in order to detect vision problems that could interfere with their learning. Children with risk factors, however, may need to visit their Surrey optometrist more frequently. These risk factors include:

  • Having been born prematurely or with a low birth weight
  • The infection of the mother during pregnancy
  • A family history of eye disease
  • Developmental delays
  • Crossed eyes (strabismus)
  • High refractive error
  • Other illness or disease

Similarly, children who wear eyeglasses or contact lenses should receive annual eye exams.


From the age of 18 to 60, adults should also visit their Surrey optometrist every two years, and from age 60 on, they should receive annual eye exams. Adults with risk factors, however, may need exams more frequently. These risk factors include:

  • A family history of eye disease
  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • Having an occupation that is visually demanding or potentially hazardous to the eyes
  • Taking drugs that may have visual side-effects
  • Previous eye injuries
  • Previous eye surgery

Similarly, adults who wear eyeglasses or contact lenses should receive annual eye exams.

Professional Affiliation

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Insurance Companies We Can Direct Bill

  • Pacific Blue Cross
  • Great West Life
  • Sun Life
  • Standard Life
  • Industrial Alliance
  • Green Shield Canada (GSC)
  • SSQ
  • Equitable life
  • Chambers of Commerce

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Contact Information

13745 72 Ave, Suite 120B,
Surrey, BC, V3W 2P2

Fax 604-597-8650




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