Color Vision, Depth Perception, Visual Field, Cataract Evaluation
We carry a wide variety of eyeglasses & lenses: Single Vision, Bifocal, Trifocal
We have variety of contact lenses: Multi Focal, Toric, Single, Bifocal, Keratoconus
In light of the recent outbreak of the COVID-19, we want to ensure the safety of our patients and employees. We are taking steps to ensure wherever enhanced sanitation measures are possible, that they are being implemented.
Edmonton Vision Centre strives to provide best eye care service to our existing and new customers in Edmonton.
We offer a diverse selection of frames, lenses, sunglasses, contact lenses, and OVC approved safety eye wear. This is important not only for vision correction, but also for finding the right style to suit your own individuality.
Our doctors are professional optometrist, meaning that besides performing an eye exam, they can diagnose eye diseases, and treat your eyes. We have also trained optician’s who can help fit eyeglasses, contact lenses, and other vision-correcting devices to give you the best possible vision outcome.
The price of eye exam depends on varying factors. For children under the age of 18 who have AHS, the cost if free. Please contact us to find out if your current insurance provider covers the cost of your eye exam. Please do not settle for the cheapest eye exam, a wrong prescription can lead to complications in the future. At Edmonton Vision Centre, we offer competitive rates for service that is nothing less than excellent.
Yes, we are proud of the excellent service we provide to all our customers. Please feel free to checkout our satisfied patient reviews on Google, Yelp and other trust worthy online review sites. We also encourage you to leave us a review about the service your receive at our clinic.
During your annual eye examination, our experience optometrists will discuss past results of eye tests and perform a series of eye and vision tests to evaluate your overall eye health and vision abilities. If additional testing is needed, our professional optometrist will take the time to explain why more testing is needed if there is a possibility you have an eye disorder or disease.