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EXCELLENCE IN ALL AREAS OF EYE CARE

COMPREHENSIVE EYE EXAMS

EYE EXAMS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

COMPREHENSIVE EYE EXAMS

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DESIGNER OPTICAL

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3 LOCATIONS

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CONTACT LENS CENTER

CONTACT LENS CENTER

CONTACT LENS CENTER

VISION THERAPY

VISION THERAPY

VISION THERAPY

DRY EYE TREATMENT

DRY EYE TREATMENT

DRY EYE TREATMENT

WHAT TO EXPECT

WHAT TO EXPECT

WHAT TO EXPECT

OCULAR DISEASE

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Serving Three Optometrist Clinics In Edmonton and Sherwood Park

Our Sherwood Park and Edmonton Optometrist Eye Centres have been providing eye exams, eyeglasses, contact lenses & emergency care to meet our patients needs since 1921. In fact, we ALWAYS welcome new patients.

Furthermore our team of licensed optometrists, opticians, and optometric assistants in Edmonton as well as Sherwood Park strive to provide each patient the best solution for their personal vision requirements. Each eye doctor has access to the most technologically advanced eye diagnostic equipment to accurately diagnose and treat your eye health and vision requirements. Above all the goal of our eye doctors and our team is to provide our patients with healthy eyes and clear vision through out their lives.

In short, our skilled team of eyecare professionals will find the optimal lenses providing the best vision possible, then help you choose stylish glasses frames that will suit your lifestyle, budget and make you look your best.

Finally, should you decide to choose us, our optometrists and team stand ready to meet your every vision need.

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Dr. James Evans

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Dr. Sindy Tromposch

Dr.-Adrian-Atwell

Dr. Adrian Atwell

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Dr. Brennan Nelson

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VISION THERAPY: EFFECTIVE VISION FOR ADULTS & KIDS

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Vision Therapy helps patients improve their foundation for reading, learning and playing sports. It’s a series of custom and individualized activities and exercises which function as a form of neuro-optometric rehabilitation. The goal is to enhance eye tracking, focusing and eye teaming abilities as well as eye-hand coordination and visual processing speed.

The program is not only for children. Vision Therapy is effective for adults, especially if they are motivated to improve their visual abilities.

A learning-related visual problem directly affects how we learn, read, or sustain close work. Because difficulties with reading and learning affect the child's ability to focus, vision related learning problems are often misdiagnosed as ADHD or other behavioural issues.

It is common for children who have Learning Disabilities to have vision problems that contribute to these learning problems. Vision Therapy does not correct learning disabilities, but correcting the underlying vision problems through Vision Therapy often solves many of the obstacles that make learning more difficult than it need be. 

A brain injury such as a concussion will often disrupt the visual process that interfere with how information is taken in and processed. Vision can be also be compromised as a result of a neurological disorder such as a stroke, a brain tumor or Multiple Sclerosis. These are termed Acquired Brain Injuries. Vision Therapy can help.

SCLERAL LENSES: REVOLUTIONARY CONTACT LENS TECHNOLOGY

Read About Scleral Lenses

Have you tried to wear contact lenses only to end up wearing glasses as you suffered too much discomfort? Is your vision worsening due to Keratoconus or other corneal conditions? Thousands of people who suffer vision loss as a result of various corneal conditions  can now see clearly once again through scleral lenses.

Those who couldn’t wear contact lens due to eye conditions or discomfort are able to correct their vision safely & successfully. Say goodbye to the old days of contact lenses that didn’t work for you. You no longer have to suffer discomfort or simply being forced to live with poor vision.

The clear tissue on the eye’s outermost surface covering the pupil and the iris is called the cornea. The cornea’s function is to bend and focus light going into the eyes. Normally, the cornea has a smooth shape to provide clear vision. When the shape of the cornea becomes irregular, the light entering the eyes is not focused properly. Consequently, an individual will suffer distorted and irregular vision.

Keratoconus is a condition of the cornea that affects between .1% to .5% of the population, or 300 thousand to 1.6 million Americans. Keratoconus causes severe vision loss and discomfort but can be effectively corrected with scleral contact lenses. 

The vaulted dome design of scleral lenses offers unique advantages over traditional contact lens design. Scleral lenses move around much less than regular contacts, making them superior for physical activity, with far less irritation.

The vaulted dome shape of a scleral lens provides a smooth replacement corneal surface, improving vision for people with corneal scarring or corneal irregularities due to LASIK eye surgery complications, Keratoconus, or other eye conditions

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