Welcome to Oxford Optometry
Your Optometrist in Woodstock, ON.

Call us at 519-421-3303 today.


At Oxford Optometry in Woodstock, Ontario, we prioritize your optometric health. Our Ontario optometrist, Dr. Sarah Andreasen, and the rest of our staff are trained in diagnosing and treating common eye issues. We also offer an eye exam in Woodstock and fittings for contacts, sunglasses, and eyeglasses.

We encourage you to come see us if you have an eye emergency (and no, you don’t need a prior appointment) as well as for your regular optometric needs.

About Us

As mentioned, our chief optometrist is Dr. Sarah Andreasen. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree and a Degree in Optometry at the University of Waterloo. Upon graduation, she became a member of the Board of Health, sharpening her skills.

From there, she joined the OMNI Eye Services as an extern. Led by experienced ophthalmologists, Dr. Andreasen learned lot of what she applies today at Oxford Optometry during her stint there. That includes detecting anterior diseases, cataracts, retinal diseases, glaucoma, and more.

Our Services

At Oxford Optometry, our Ontario optometrist Dr. Andreasen offers many services for patients of all ages and vision levels. These include:

  • Ortho-K: Ortho-K is a nonsurgical treatment that’s an alternative to LASIK. These specialized contacts gradually readjust the shape of the cornea for improved vision.
  • LASIK: LASIK is a laser-guided surgery that corrects vision in one or both eyes. This can erase symptoms of astigmatism, hyperopia, and myopia.
  • Contacts/specialty contacts: If you’ve never worn contacts before, let Dr. Andreasen explain proper care and use. We also carry specialty contacts like colored contacts and hard-to-fit contacts for those with keratoconus and other advanced eye conditions.
  • Eyeglasses (including designer eyeglasses) and sunglasses: We can also fit you for the perfect pair of sunglasses or eyeglasses in Woodstock at Oxford Optometry. Our selection of designer eyeglasses is impressive.
  • Dry eye treatment: If your eyes aren’t producing enough of their own natural tears, you may have dry eye. Sometimes basic eyedrops do the trick, but not always. Dr. Andreasen can test you for dry eye and suggest a prescription treatment that works.
  • Computer vision treatment: If you spend too long staring at screens all day (including smartphone screens), you may have computer vision. Symptoms include neck aches, dry eyes, headaches, eye strain, and blurred vision. By making some lifestyle changes, many of these symptoms should disappear.
  • Blue light vision services: When you’re on your phone or at the computer too long, you see excessive blue light. This can negatively impact sleep cycles. There’s even a suggestion that cataracts and macular degeneration can be caused by too much blue light. Let Dr. Andreasen assess your lifestyle with our blue light vision services.

Contact Us

To learn more or schedule an appointment with us today, give us a call at 519-421-3303 or visit us at Oxford Optometry on 716 Dundas St, Woodstock, ON N4S 1E7.

Eye See...Eye Learn!

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Our office participates in the Eye See...Eye Learn program.  If your child was born in 2014 and enrolled in junior kindergarden, they will receive an eye exam and free glasses(if needed).  For full explanation of program, go to https://eyeseeeyelearn.ca.  To book appointment, please call our office at 519-421-3303.  

                                   


  Woodstock Optometrist | Oxford
Optometry |519-421-3303

716 Dundas St Woodstock, ON N4S 1E7


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  • Dr.
    Sarah Andreasen

    Dr. Andreasen graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Degree in Optometry in 2001 and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from 1997 as well. She gained tremendous pediatric experience working at the Board of Health researching the effectiveness of screening equipment for pre-school children. Her externship in Atlanta with the OMNI Eye Services allowed her to work alongside ophthalmologists specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma, retinal diseases, cataracts, and anterior diseases. Dr. Andreasen enjoys all aspects of a primary care practice and sees patients of all ages...

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  • Dr.
    Jessica Nguyen

    Dr. Jessica graduated in 2017 from the University of Waterloo of Optometry on the Dean's Honours list. Prior to that, she received her Bachelor of Science degree with distinction from the University of Guelph. She also had the privilege of completing her Ocular Disease and Therapeutics externship in Kentucky at the Lexington Veterans Medical Affairs Center. This rotation allowed her to gain experience on the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of ocular diseases such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration. Dr Nguyen has volunteered with ICARE International, which provides eye care to those in developing countries...

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  • Dr.
    Chris Schellingerhoudt

    Dr. Chris graduated from University of Waterloo, School of Optometry in 2016. He joined Oxford Optometry as an associate in the spring of 2017. He holds an honors bachelor of science in Kinesiology as well.

    Chris loves all aspects of primary care but has special interest in collaborative health care (as evidenced by his work with the Waterloo Health Professions Committee at UW), vision therapy, pediatric optometry and glaucoma. He is a member of the Canadian Association of Optometrists and the Ontario Association of Optometrists...

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Locations

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Office Hours

Monday:

10:00 am-5:15 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 AM-5:15 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 AM-5:45 pm

Thursday:

8:30 AM-5:15 pm

Friday:

8:30 AM-5:15 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

  • "Never had a Dr that was so into her work and so happy too. She takes a honest interest in her work and her patient."
    - Stephen S / Woodstock, ON