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Look & See Eyecare (Dr. Camy Grewal)

Look & See Eyecare (Dr. Camy Grewal)

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700 Bay St #Suite 409, Toronto, Ontario, M5G 1Z6, Canada
(416) 979-3280 www.lookandsee.ca
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May 13, 2019
I had an excellent experience at Look & See Eyecare with Dr. Camy Grewal, I would 100% recommend this office, very professional

Oct 17, 2018
Very friendly staff! Made my eye checkup quick and very pleasant.

Jul 15, 2017
Office is nice. Staff is friendly and professional. Convenient downtown location. Dr Grewal has done a great job with my check ups and explaining the results to me. She was also very professional and very patient when I visited to discuss contact options as I had not previously used contacts. She went the extra mile to ensure that I understood the options available for me, how to use them and how to take care of them.

Feb 16, 2018
The service was amazing. The assistant did an amazing job in welcoming and explaining what I will be expecting during the exam. The doctor took her time to clearly explain all the terminology and the results.

Sep 26, 2017
I am so glad to have a new eye DR Grewal, a specialist with such professionalism. At the time you arrive in that office with such attention to the time when you leave, the whole experience is so pleasant, so informative + they really take good care of U in many ways! Way to go! :)

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Creating Magic in a Barrel: A Step-by-Step Guide to Crafting Traditional Whiskey

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A Whiskey Journey: From Water Source to Distillery

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The Pivotal Role of Women in the Temperance Movement Leading Up to Prohibition in North America

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Whiskey Trails: A Cultural Expedition through Ireland and Scotland

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The Chemistry of Whiskey Aging: Impact on Taste and Quality

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Whiskey Production: 18th Century Methods vs Modern Techniques

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The Fascinating History of Whiskey: From Earliest Origins to Present Day Popularity

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