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Dr Dyck Has 30 Years Of Experience In Optometry, Most Of It Right Here In Surrey. The Doctor, Margaret, And Ian Will Look After Your Ocular Health, Glasses, And Contact Lenses. Come And See Our Huge Selection Of Frames And Sunglasses. Often In 1 Hour.
Comprehensive Eye Examinations
Our comprehensive eye exam includes accurate measurements to allow you to see the best you can and retinal photographs to see how healthy you eyes are. Retinal photos can also see signs of high blood pressure and diabetes. Visual Field testing is also done to detect and visual loss.
Children’s Eye Exams
Children should have their first eye exam by age 3. Conditions such as lazy eye, astigmatism, near or far sightedness can be detected at a very young age.
Contact Lens Fittings Or Trainings
Contact lenses are a medical device that requires proper instruction in usage. We teach first time wearers how to insert, remove and take care of contact lenses, making sure you always have good habits going forward.
We offer all types of contact lenses such as daily disposables, lenses for astigmatism and multifocals for people who need both near and distance correction.
Dry Eye / Red Eye Management
Does it seem like you can never see perfectly? It could mean you have dry eyes. We offer different ways to help relieve dry eyes.
Cloudy vision caused by protein clumping with the eye’s natural lens. Cataracts can be the result of lifestyle choices such as smoking, diet, use of steroid based medication or UV exposure.
It is the leading cause of blindness in Canada. Glaucoma is a disease that causes progressive damage to the optic nerve. It is critical to detect glaucoma at an early stage, before irreversible damage is done.
Age Related Macular Degeneration
It is an eye disease that can cause distortion and blur of your central vision. It happens when there is damage to the macula (part of the retina). The macula is the central part of the eye that controls sharp, straight ahead vision.
Annual eye exams are recommended for people who have diabetes, to look for diabetic retinopathy.
High Blood Pressure
Annual eye exams are recommended for people who have hypertension or elevated cholesterol, or who are at risk for these conditions. The signs can show up on a retinal exam.