Routine Eye Exam

Having regular eye examinations is an essential part of maintaining your ocular health and optimizing your vision. A comprehensive exam does much more than just check to see if your vision is 20/20 – there are many factors that affect your eye health, ranging from specific eye diseases to various medical conditions or medications. When it comes to your eyes, it is always better to detect any abnormalities sooner, rather than later in order to give yourself the best opportunity of a positive outcome. A comprehensive eye exam will take into account all of these factors before any recommendations can be made.  

No matter your age, it is recommended to have your eyes examined every year – and sooner if you ever have any visual changes or concerns.

Comprehensive eye examinations include, but are not limited to…

  • Complete ocular and medical history
  • Refraction for glasses
  • External and internal eye health evaluation
  • Intraocular eye pressure measurement
  • Binocular vision evaluation
  • Optomap retinal imaging
  • Glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataract screening 

Additional testing offered…

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Adult Eye Exams

Having your eyes examined regularly is very important to help maintain the health of your eyes and diagnose any eye-related health issues. A comprehensive eye exam includes checking whether or not glasses are required to provide optimal vision and more importantly, assessing your overall eye health. Early detection of any eye related health issues is essential for proper treatment. A complete eye examination is recommended every one to two years.

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Did you know that children as early as 6 months of age should have their eyes checked? An eye examination is not just about assessing how well your child can see, but also about making sure the eye is healthy and has the best chance of developing properly. Certain eye diseases or eye muscle misalignments can have a huge impact on your child’s visual development. Many of these things can be detected as early as 6 months of age.

Vision is an essential part of learning, both as an infant and as your child reaches school-age. Even with “20/20 vision”, your child may still have some other visual problems that can affect their learning and classroom performance. Visual acuity (how well your child can see the letter chart) is important, but so are other aspects of your child’s vision including eye strain due to uncorrected prescription, eye muscle alignment, depth perception, and other health related factors.

Eye examinations for children between 6 months and 19 years are covered by Alberta Health Care. It is recommended your child be seen every year, so their eyes can be properly monitored as your child grows.

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Alberta Health Care covers the cost of eye exams for ages 65 and above. Regardless of whether glasses need to be updated, it is recommended seniors be seen at least once a year due to the increased risk of eye diseases associated with aging. Our optometrists provide a comprehensive examination that monitors for diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, diabetic retinal changes, and high blood pressure.

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