Office hours: Monday through Friday 8.45 am to 5 pm.

We are open during lunch hour.​​

Common questions

289 Bradbrooke Drive, Yorkton SK

Telephone 306-783-4569 ​

Where is your office located?
The office of Drs. Sheasby, Popick and Caines is located at 289 Bradbrooke Drive, Yorkton, SK. We are located directly across from the Yorkton Hospital. See the map on our Contact Us page.

What is your telephone number?
Our telephone number is (306) 783-4569.

Where can I park?
Our office has a private parking lot located directly in front of and on the west side of our office building that is free for our patients to park their vehicles while they are attending the office.

What are your office hours?
Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8:45 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We are open during lunch hour.

What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept cash, cheques, debit card, MasterCard, and Visa. 

How much is an eye exam and what does it include?
Our routine comprehensive eye examination for private paying adults (18 years of age and older) is $178.00. This includes a complete assessment of your eyes’ health (including Optomap and visual field screening), vision, optical prescription, and eye coordination followed by recommendations, counselling and treatment services if required. Children under the age of 18 years are covered every 365 days by Saskatchewan Health for a routine comprehensive eye examination. Optomap laser retinal scans are also recommended for children as part of their routine eye examination. The children’s fee for an Optomap is $44.00. Depending on the results of your eye examination, your optometrist may recommend additional testing. The fees for additional testing vary according to the procedures performed.

How much are contact lenses?
The fees for contact lenses vary depending on your prescription, the design that is correct for you, and the replacement schedule that is correct for you. It is impossible to quote a fee for contact lenses without examining the patient. Disposable contact lenses start at $36.00 per box.

How much are glasses?
The cost of eyewear varies depending on your optical prescription, the coatings you select for your lenses, the lens material that is correct for you, and your frame. It is impossible to quote a fee for a pair of glasses without examining the patient or having a valid optical prescription. Frames start at $49.00 and spectacle lenses start at $64.00.

When should my child have his or her first eye examination?
The Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO) recommends a child’s first eye examination should be at 6 months of age and annual eye examinations starting at 3 years of age. If you have any concerns about the eye health and/or vision of your child, schedule an appointment for him or her at any age. Please see the CAO’s website on Children’s Vision for facts and recommendations regarding children’s vision.

How often should I have my eyes examined?
The Saskatchewan Association of Optometrists and the Canadian Association of Optometrists recommend that individuals under 18 and over 65 years of age have annual comprehensive eye exams providing they have healthy eyes. Individuals between 18 and 64 years of age are recommended to have a comprehensive eye examination every one to two years providing they have been told by their optometrist that they have healthy eyes. Individuals with eye disease such as cataracts, age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, etc. are recommended to be evaluated more frequently than age related time intervals. Individuals with general health conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer, etc. are recommended to be evaluated more frequently than age related time intervals.

Can I book an appointment on-line?
You can request an appointment on-line; however this is not a guaranteed date or time. Our staff will contact you via telephone or email to finalize an appointment date and time that is most convenient for you.

What happens in case of emergencies?
Many eye injuries and acute conditions are either ocular emergencies or urgencies and the patient needs to be examined accordingly. Please contact our office and the staff will book you accordingly.

Do you sell eyeglasses and contact lenses?
Yes, we are a full service optometric office offering premium prescription eyewear frames and lenses, prescription and non-prescription sunglasses, contact lenses, and contact lens solution. We are able to fill prescriptions obtained from other optometrists or ophthalmologists.

Can the optometrist treat red eyes and/or eye diseases?
Drs. Sheasby, Popick and Caines are Therapeutic Pharmaceutical Agent (TPA) certified meaning they can prescribe medication to treat many eye diseases.

Do you have a sale on eyeglasses?
We have promotional pricing on frames and lenses throughout the year. Check our News section or the home page for more information.

How long have the optometrists been in practice?
Dr. Sheasby has been in practice in Yorkton since 1977. Dr. Popick joined the practice in 1990. Dr. Caines joined the practice in 1991.

Can I have a copy of my prescription?
Yes, a copy of your prescription will be made available upon request.