Adult & Senior
Every eye care journey starts with an eye exam. At our practice, we are determined to help you learn more about your eyes than just your lens prescription. We take the time to assess your eye health, observe how well your eyes work together, and even search for other issues that could affect your overall health, including high blood pressure and diabetes.
To help ensure your eyes are getting the help they need, we recommend that adults aged 19 through 64 have an eye exam every 2 years.
Proper eye care is essential for any growing child. Because they aren’t accustomed to noticing issues with their vision, certain eye conditions can prevent them from excelling in school or even enjoying the sports they play.
Regular eye exams can help spot early signs of these problems and provide parents with an opportunity to take control of their child’s eye health. To help ensure your child is getting the care they need, your child should have their first eye exam at 6 months old. From 6 months to age 18, they should have an annual exam.
As part of our commitment to healthcare, free optomap imaging is provided for all children. It’s important to ensure young eyes are as healthy as possible.
Contact Lens Exams & Fittings
If you are looking to have more flexibility with your eyewear without sacrificing your vision’s quality, contact lenses may have the answers you’re looking for. Our in-depth contact lens exam and fitting process helps us find the right contact lenses to fit your needs, and in some cases, even address certain eye conditions you may have.
Some eye conditions, like myopia, can be controlled with the help of specialized contacts like MiSight lenses. We use some of the latest technology to assess your vision quality and eye health to match you with the perfect contact lenses.
Once we have examined your eyes and fit them with the proper contacts, you can even order your next supply of lenses right on our website. Simply visit our Order Contacts page, and we will get in touch with you when your lenses are ready!
Diabetic Eye Exams
Diabetes is a common health condition that affects nearly 11% of Canadians. Diabetes is a systemic condition that affects how your body processes glucose, also known as blood sugar. High blood sugar can directly impact the health of your heart, teeth, and even your eyes.
However, regular eye exams can detect the early signs of these issues before you start to notice the effects they have on your vision. We can provide you with comprehensive treatment and management plans to help preserve your vision and keep your eyes healthy while living with diabetes. All you have to do is book your appointment, and we can help take care of the rest.
Where to find us
You can easily find us in the Grande Banks on 68th shopping plaza, right next door to Grande Banks IDA Pharmacy. We offer plentiful parking options in front of our practice.
AddressUnit 104, 10302 67 Ave
Grande Prairie, Alberta T8W 0L6