Eye Care Services in Edmonton, AB
The full spectrum of eye care is offered to clients of all ages, from children to older adults: vision tests, corrective laser eye surgery, immediate attention for eye emergencies and so much more.
The eye care professionals in our Edmonton Eye Care Centre give thorough eye care to patients with a wide range of eye care needs. We provide specialized support for a wide array of issues such as macular degeneration, dry eye, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and cataracts.
Edmonton Alberta Eye Doctor Near You!
In our Edmonton eye care centre, our friendly and highly experienced optometrist, Dr. Bruce Butts, offers you a unique combination of medical expertise, state-of-the-art technology, and a compassionate approach. We provide all primary eye care, including comprehensive eye exams for adults and children, management for ocular disease, contact lenses fittings, co-management for LASIK, and emergency eye care. Our Edmonton eye doctor has a particular specialty in dry eye treatment, and he designs effective, personalized therapies to relieve the irritating symptoms of dry eye.
Expert Eye Exams – Vision & Eye Health
We customize every eye exam to address your unique needs, and we use top-of-the-line diagnostics to ensure the most accurate results possible – both for vision testing and checking your eye health. Our Edmonton office is outfitted with technology such as OCT Scans, Daytona Optomap retinal photography, and the Zeiss iProfiler. Our optometrist will determine which testing procedures are necessary for each individual, depending upon your age, vision condition, and any health issues.
Patients of all ages are welcome to book an eye exam, from young children to golden-aged seniors. If you have been diagnosed with an eye disease, such as macular degeneration, cataracts, glaucoma, and diabetic retinopathy, we will perform regular eye exams to monitor your condition closely and treat it as needed.
Your Edmonton, AB, Dry Eye Clinic
Dry eyes can lead to many uncomfortable or painful symptoms, all of which can complicate your ability to do the daily tasks you are used to doing. For example, reading, driving, watching TV, and using a computer are a few of the typical activities that can become a challenge. While the irritating sensations of dry eye may be similar for many people – redness, stinging, blurry vision – the cause of dry eye is highly individual. And knowing the cause is the basis of determining the most helpful dry eye treatment! If you suffer from dry eye, book an appointment for a specialized dry eye exam with our knowledgeable eye doctor in Edmonton.
Contact Lenses Fittings – Ortho-k
Contact lenses are the preferred method of vision correction for many people. Nowadays, with such a variety of types available, there are contacts for almost every vision condition, such as rigid gas permeable contacts, soft dailies, monthly disposable, toric, multifocal lenses, and more. At Calgary Trail Vision Centre, our optometrist strives to fit every patient with comfortable contacts for clear vision and healthy eyes.
We will perform a detailed contact lens eye exam to rule out any pre-existing problems that indicate you need specialty lenses. If you do have an ocular condition that makes you hard-to-fit with contacts, it’s not a reason to give up! Your Edmonton eye doctor will take the time to identify the best contact lenses.
Interested in ortho-k lenses? These revolutionary specialty contact lenses are worn overnight to gently reshape your cornea and correct refractive error. In the morning when you remove them, you’ll see crisp and clear, with no need to put on daytime eyewear! We fit ortho-k lenses in our Edmonton eye care center, book a consultation to find out if you’re a good candidate.
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