Dry Eye Therapy
Dry eye disease is a cause of discomfort for approximately 6 million people in Canada. Not only are the symptoms a source of irritation, they can lead to serious complications down the road. Infections, corneal abrasions, and even vision loss can occur if dry eye disease is left untreated. Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) is a common cause of dry eye disease.
We offer a range of treatments to provide relief for your dry eyes like artificial tears and eye ointments. If these don’t offer relief, punctal plugs might also be an option. These tiny devices, no larger than a grain of rice, are inserted into the tear ducts to block tears from draining out of your eyes.
We’ve got the knowledge and experience—and have invested in the right tools—to treat dry eye disease. Find relief by contacting our office today.
Almost 30% of Canadians have myopia (nearsightedness). It’s caused by an irregular eye shape or an improper corneal curve. When your eye is misshapen, light entering the eye isn’t focused properly, making far-away objects difficult to see.
Myopia can get worse over time, but when it’s diagnosed in children it can be controlled. Specialty contacts like MiyoSmart and MiSight lenses are some of the latest lens technology available to control myopia.
Laser Eye Surgery Consultations
Determining whether or not you’re a good candidate for laser eye surgery is the first step, and we’re here to help. We provide consultations for LASIK and PRK surgery and will fully assess you to determine which type is best suited for your overall health.
We will also help you select a knowledgeable and experienced surgeon and continue to be an active partner in your laser eye surgery journey. We provide pre- and post-operative care to assist and guide you by setting clear expectations for your visual results, answer any questions you have and monitor your eyes while you heal.
We are here to support your laser eye surgery journey, simply book a consultation with us today.
Digital Eye Strain
Nowadays, we’re spending almost 12 hours in front of screens every day. It is hard to get away from tablets, smartphones, computer screens and televisions in modern technology advanced world.
Vision-related problems like sore and tired eyes, blurry vision, headaches, and dry eyes can accompany your increased screen time. Digital eye strain is caused by prolonged use of these types of electronic devices.
A comprehensive eye examination can rule out any more serious vision problems that you might be mistaking for digital eye strain. Your optometrist will work with you to evaluate your screen use and provide helpful recommendations on how to protect your sight.
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
Hours Of Operation
*Open alternate Mondays and Saturdays by appointment only