Adult Eye Exams in SE Calgary

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Why Eye Exams Are Important  

Eye exams are not just about updating your vision prescription—they play a pivotal role in preserving your long-term eye health too. Your eyes are windows to your overall well-being, and regular eye exams can detect early signs of various health conditions, from diabetes to hypertension.

Our experienced optometrists at Eyesis Eyecare are big proponents of proactive eye care. Many eye conditions, such as glaucoma and age-related macular degeneration, develop gradually and without noticeable early symptoms. Book your exam with us today to get support for staying ahead of those subtle conditions.

How Often Should I Have an Eye Exam?

Maintaining a routine eye exam schedule is important for both adults and seniors. We recommend a comprehensive eye exam every 2 years for adults under 65, and annually for those over 65. 

However, individual needs may vary, and people with a higher risk of eye complications, such as those with a family history of eye diseases or pre-existing conditions, may require a modified eye exam schedule. 

Not Just a Cookie-Cutter Exam

Regular eye exams allow for early detection and intervention of eye conditions, potentially preventing irreversible damage and helping preserve your vision.

In our commitment to personalized eye care, Eyesis Eyecare works hard to determine what each patient needs and provide individualized attention. We always take your medical history, lifestyle, and unique visual demands into account.

Eye Exams & Your Eye Health

Beyond assessing your vision, eye exams can provide valuable insights into your overall health. Conditions like diabetes and high blood pressure can show early warning signs in your eyes. By monitoring changes in your eye health, we can collaborate with your primary healthcare provider to help manage systemic health conditions.

By taking a holistic approach to eye care and your health, we go beyond simply providing prescriptions for glasses. We prioritize your well-being, understanding that healthy eyes can contribute to a healthier you.

What’s Included in Your Eye Exam?

At Eyesis Eyecare, some of the steps you can expect during your eye exam include:

  • Testing visual acuity & refraction: This involves assessing visual sharpness to determine accurate prescriptions for eyeglasses and contact lenses.
  • Ocular health check: An examination for signs of conditions like glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration.
  • Optomap: A wide-field retina digital photograph is included in your eye exam. This allows our doctors to help screen for eye diseases, such as glaucoma and macular degeneration.
  • Intraocular pressure testing: A precise measurement to identify potential issues like glaucoma.
  • Peripheral vision & binocular vision testing: An evaluation of overall visual function and coordination.
  • Results discussion: A review of your exam findings that involves addressing your concerns and answering your questions.
  • Personalized recommendations: Tailored advice on eyewear and further treatment options based on your needs.

Book Your Eye Exam Today

Don’t wait for symptoms to appear—be proactive in caring for your eyes. Schedule your adult or senior eye exam at Eyesis Eyewear today. Our dedicated team is ready to provide you with personalized eye care right here in Calgary.

Take the first step towards supporting your vision and health.

Protecting Your Eyes & Vision Is What We Do

Our clinic is fully equipped with modern technology used to manage eye conditions, such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts, diabetes, and retinal diseases. We’re ready to support your eye health.

When it comes to keeping your eyes safe at work, we value providing safety glasses that meet your needs. No matter your field of work, we can help give your eyes the protection they deserve.

Why Choose Us?

We have been serving Calgary families for decades.

Routine eye exams for children & seniors with a valid Alberta Health Care card are fully covered in our clinic.

We provide eye exams for children with disabilities & special needs.

We welcome emergency eye care patients. Visits are covered under Alberta Health Care.

Our expertise & knowledge always shine through.

We pride ourselves on providing full, comprehensive eye exams without hidden charges.

Our clinic can provide services in both Spanish & Punjabi in addition to English.

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Come Visit Us in Southeast Calgary

How to Find Us

Eyesis Eyecare is located in the Riverbend Shopping Centre on 18th Street SE, near the VCA Canada Riverbend Animal Hospital.

Our Clinic can accommodate wheelchair patients who can safely transfer themselves (or with their own assistant). We are unable to assist in transfers as we do not have a fully wheelchair equipped exam room/bathroom.

Where to park?

We are located in the Riverbend Shopping Centre, so there is plenty of parking available in front of the clinic. We look forward to welcoming you.

Our Address

  • #346, 8338 18 St.
  • SE Calgary, AB T2C4E4

Contact Information

Hours of Operation

  • Monday: 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
  • Thursday: 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
  • Friday: 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
  • Saturday: 9:00 AM 3:00 PM
  • Sunday: Closed

*Closed daily from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM on all weekdays

*Closed on all statutory holidays

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