Eyes On Avenue is a full service eye and vision care provider, accepting both eye emergency visits as well as scheduled appointments. Patients throughout the Toronto area come to us because they know they will receive the personal attention and professional care that is our foundation.


Our team of licensed Opticians and independent Optometrists are dedicated to keeping our patients comfortable and well- informed at all times. At Eyes On Avenue, we will explain every exam and procedure and answer all of our patients' questions.


Our doctors are passionate about eye care and practice the latest in evidence-based medicine when it comes to ocular health and disease. We are proud to be a Specialty Myopia Control Clinic and Dry Eye Clinic with the latest technologies and equipment for preventing, diagnosing and treating myopia and dry eye as well as many other ocular health issues like macular degeneration, glaucoma, and diabetic eye disease.

We offer vision financing options and will work with vision insurance providers to ensure good eye health and vision care for all of our patients.




After 13 years of working for major Optical and Optometric companies, Neda decided to start her own practice by taking over an established optical shop. Eyes on Avenue has been serving clients for over 21 years. Her goal is to provide optimal, comfortable vision to all of her clients.


Neda has a degree in French Literature, and after migrating to Canada she decided to start a career in the Optical Industry. While solidifying her love in the industry for many years, she pursued a degree in opticianry herself, and successfully passed her board exams admitting her to the College of Opticians in March 2009.


Neda specializes in problem solving, assessing her client’s needs, and addressing any issues with their vison through their glasses and/or contact lenses.  As a trained contact lens fitter, she enjoys instilling her knowledge of proper contact lens hygiene, habits and proper wear through education and direct supervision of her patients prior to dispensing any contact lenses. She is also trained in assessing vision for more complicated issues and arranging proper referral for her patients to seek further care if necessary.


She was elected as a Council member of the College of Opticians in Jan 2015 to serve the interest of public in Ontario.  Her mandate is in governance, inquiries, complaints, and reporting. 




Dr. Nicole Theiss was born and raised in the Toronto area and has always had a passion for education and health. After graduating from the University of Guelph with an Honours Bachelor of Science, she pursued her doctorate at the prestigious New England College of Optometry in Boston, MA.

Dr. Theiss is licensed to practice Optometry in both the United States and Canada, and after working in Boston for a year after school, she moved home to Toronto to be close to family. She is now a member of the Beta Sigma Kappa Honor Society, Ontario Association of Optometrists, and the College of Optometrists of Ontario.

Dr. Theiss loves to provide eye care to people of all ages, and is particularly interested in ocular disease, dry eye management and binocular vision. She strives to create an approachable, casual environment for her patients, and as an educator by nature, loves to answer any and all of their questions with time and care.

Outside of the office, Dr Theiss enjoys being involved in the community and frequently provides mobile geriatric care in long term care homes. She also travels yearly to the Dominican Republic to oversee optometry students and provide eye care to underserved populations. Her passion for education also found her involved in teaching and tutoring while at school, and now as a published author of optometry board exam study guides for students.

When she’s not at work or researching the latest in ocular health and technology, Dr. Theiss enjoys practicing yoga, listening to music, antiquing and hiking.



Dr. Monica Lee earned her Doctor of Optometry degree at the University of Waterloo School of Optometry and Vision Science. She has a keen interest in myopia control and dry eye management and has worked with a wide array of diagnostic and therapeutic modalities, including atropine, specialized soft contact lenses and orthokeratology. During her training, she completed an Ocular Disease externship at John D. Dingell Medical Center. 


Dr. Lee is grateful to be a part of a profession where she can positively influence a patient's lifestyle by maintaining good visual function and ocular health. Dr. Lee is happy to provide eye exams in English and Cantonese. In her spare time, she enjoys outdoor activities, travelling with friends and family and spending time with her 2 cats.