Comprehensive Eye Exams
A periodic eye exam that consists of various points of inspection such as: external examination, visual acuity, pupil function, extra-ocular muscle motility, visual fields, intraocular pressure and ophthalmoscopy.
Contact Lens Fitting
Just like people, each eye is unique. So, each eye needs to be precisely measured to make sure you get optimum functionality and comfort out of your new contact lenses. We keep many brands of contacts in stock.
Eye Glasses Fitting
Everyone’s head is a different shape and size. You can rely on our expertise to find the frame that is both comfortable and stylish.
We are available for minor emergency eye care.
Pre & Post-Operative Care
Any operation can be a stressful time for you and your eyes. Let us keep an eye on you and make sure everything goes smoothly.
Pediatric and Senior Eye Exams
We enjoy giving both children and seniors the extra attention and care they need.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Eye Diseases
If you are having any trouble with your eyes at all, please come see us. No appointment necessary – walk ins are welcome.
A retinal photograph is a digital picture that assists the optometrist in determining the health of your retina.
Did you know if you are 18 or younger or 65 and older Alberta Health Care covers your eye exam? Parents are encouraged to have their children eyes examined with in the first 6 months of age and then again at age 2.
Diabetic Exams are now covered by Alberta Healthcare. It is strongly recommended that Diabetics have their eyes examined yearly. Did you know that diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in adults?
The Optomap is an advanced retinal camera that helps your optometrist have an ultra-wide field view of the back of your retina. This exam is used to find the first signs of multiple diseases such as stroke, diabetes, and some cancers even before symptoms become apparent.
Anterior Segment Camera
The Anterior Segment Camera takes high-quality contrast pictures of the anterior segment of the eye. These high-quality images aid the optometrist in detecting diseases.
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
The Optical Coherence Tomography is an imaging technique used to capture detailed images from within the retina. Your optometrist can use this to determine the best treatment for glaucoma and other diseases.
The Visual Field is an exam that measures your entire scope of vision. It helps detect blind spots (scotomas) and dim vision.
The Non-Contact IOP aids in measuring the fluid pressure in your eye. This is an important test as it evaluates your risk of glaucoma.
Eyes on 34th uses the most state-of-the-art Dispensing Technology.
With the help of the Visioffice system gathering the complete range of patient measurement data is a quick process that is both accurate and consistent.
With most technology behind lens design has improved greatly in recent years many of the processes used to measure and fit have stayed the same. This unique dispensing system provides comprehensive patient care with accurate measurements and detailed, patient education modules.
Trouble seeing in the mirror without glasses is no longer a barrier to picking out the perfect frame. The Visioffice system allows our opticians to take up to 4 photos of you in different frames. These images can help you see what you look like in your fancy new frames and you can also send the images to friends and relatives to get their opinions.
Eyesafe is the Alberta Association of Optometrists’ free program designed to provide workers and employers with the highest level of safety eyewear and prescription safety eyewear. Eyesafe ensures that your safety eyewear fits your face, your occupation, and your visual needs. Because Eyesafe is not for profit, they can offer wholesale prices on all safety eyewear.
Click the Eyesafe icon to learn more about the Eyesafe program.