Our Edmonton optometrists provide advanced eye exams.
Our locally-owned Edmonton eye clinic and optical offers industry leading complete eye exams, specialty testing, prescription eyeglasses, sunglasses, safety glasses, contact lenses, designer frames and custom lenses. Visit the optometrists and opticians at our Edmonton eye clinic and optical and you will see how patient-first personalized eye care and eyewear enables you to be your very best. Schedule an appointment today to enhance your vision!Schedule An Eye Exam Our Services Our Edmonton Optometrists
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Consisting of more than 25+ individual modern tests and digital scans, our Edmonton eye doctors perform one of the most thorough and exhaustive eye exams available! We proudly offer personalized eye care to all ages - children, adults (19-64), and seniors (65+). You need to be at your best, and you certainly deserve the best. Schedule an eye exam today and see your best with personalized eye care and eyewear from the optometrists and opticians at eye-deology Vision Care.More About Our Edmonton Eye Exams
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Advanced diagnostic capabilities promote the early detection and treatment of eye diseases causing irreversible vision loss. They enable our Edmonton optometrists (i.e., eye doctors) to see more so that you may never see less. Choose our optometry and eye care clinic for your next eye exam, and you will see how the technology investments we make are an investment in you, your vision, and your overall health.Learn More About Our Technology
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Every individual is unique. That means that every pair of eye glasses should also be unique. Our professionals account for your prescription, physical measurements, eye use, lifestyle, along with your unique style and budget when crafting prescription eyeglasses, sunglasses, or safety glasses just for you. See and be your absolute best with personalized eyewear from the optometrists and opticians at our Edmonton optical.Learn More About Our Eyewear
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Experienced Eye Doctors
Combined, our eye doctors have 40+ years of experience. This means that they have cared for thousands of patients and treated every eye condition. This experience enables them to accurately diagnose, treat, and care for you.
Our optometrists use the latest diagnostic technologies, such as digital retinal photography, OCT, corneal topography, and visual field analysis. These promote the early detection and treatment of eye disease.
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Searching for an optometrist in Edmonton? Our experienced Edmonton eye doctors use advanced modern technologies and devote upwards of 500% more time towards providing personalized patient care than elsewhere so that they can see more and ensure that you may never see less. Position yourself to see the future with a visit to our eye clinic and Edmonton's best eye care!
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What is Presbyopia?
Presbyopia is an age-related process, causing individuals to experience blurred near vision when reading or working at the computer.
What is Macular Degeneration?
Macular Degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss among older North Americans. See an eye doctor regularly to prevent vision loss.
What is Astigmatism?
Astigmatism is a refractive error, meaning it is not an eye disease or eye health problem, but rather simply a problem with how the eye focuses light.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Given that individuals only have two eyes, the importance vision is to quality life, livelihood, and lifestyle, and that once vision is lost it cannot be returned, we recommend that individuals get an eye doctor-performed eye exam annually.
Annual eye exams are especially important for children and seniors, and for those individuals with systemic conditions, such as diabetes.
- Children (Ages 0-18): The Alberta Health Care Insuracne Plan (AHCIP) covers one complete eye exam per year. Additional exams and/or treatments may be covered based on medical needs. Ask your doctor of optometry for information about coverage and potential costs for specific visual conditions. Alberta Health Care covers medically necessary services.
- Adults (Ages 19-64): Alberta Health Care Insuracne Plan (AHCIP) does not cover eye exams, however many Albertans have insurance coverage through their employer or their own medical plan. We offer convenient direct-billing to most majory health benefits plans. Alberta Health Care does cover medically necessary services.
- Seniors (Age 65+): Alberta Health Care Insuracne Plan (AHCIP) covers one complete eye exam per year. Additional exams and/or treatments may be covered based on medical needs, such as glaucoma, diabetes or cataract follow-up or monitoring. Ask your doctor of optometry for information about coverage and potential costs for specific visual conditions. Alberta Health Care covers medically necessary services.
- Medically Necessary/Urgent Care: includes eye infections or injuries, foreign objects in the eyes, sudden change in vision, monitoring for diabetes issues, glaucoma, and retinal disease, and post-operative care for cataract patients.
Yes, we have the ability to direct-bill most major health benefits plans and/or personal insurance plans.
Please be mindful that every health benefits plan is unique and that some may not permit eye care providers, like us, to bill directly on behalf of the plan holder (i.e., the patient). Due to privacy laws, eye care providers do not have access to plan details prior to the act of requesting payment. Accordingly, it is the responsibility of the patient to be aware of any billing limitations associated with their benefits plan(s). It is also the responsibility of the patient to be aware of the amount of coverage they have and the date on which their benefits are renewed or replenished (i.e., annually).
Health benefits plan providers can sometimes limit the ability to direct bill plans based on the following:
- Benefit Plan. For example, the benefits plans held by many federal public servants do not permit eye care providers to direct-bill. Therefore, patients must provide payment and then personally submit their claim to their benefits plan provider for reimbursement.
- Day of Service. For example, some benefits plan providers manually review, adjudicate and/or audit claims for direct-billing. Their capacity to review, adjudicate, and/or audit claims can sometimes fluctuate throughout the week, especially on weekends. Therefore, patients must provide payment and be reimbursed by their benefits provider
- Balance Billing. For example, in cases where the patient would like to direct-bill two or more benefit plans, the secondary plan provider may require documentation of the amount covered by the primary plan. Therefore, patients must provide (partial) payment and then personally submit their claim to their secondary benefit plan provider for reimbursement.
- Contact Information (name, address, phone number, email, etc.);
- Date of birth;
- Alberta Health Card;
- List of current prescription medicine(s);
- Medical history;
- Family Physician;
- Date of laser corrective eye surgery (if applicable);
- Ophthalmologist (if applicable);
- Health benefits/Health Insurance policy and group information;
- If applicable, your current prescription eyeglasses;
- If applicable, your current contact lens brand/type (i.e., packaging);
- The location of your most recent eye exam.