Lougheed Town Centre Optometry Clinic

Good Eye Care Starts Here

Lougheed Town Centre Optometry Clinic is a full-scope optometric practice. Our doctors and well-trained staff are committed to improving the vision and eye health of patients. Seeing an optometrist for regular eye exams, whether or not you wear eyeglasses or contact lenses, is important. Our doctors will ensure you are provided with the best possible solution for all your vision and eye health needs.
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FAQs

What is the difference between a spectacle prescription and a contact lens prescription?
Patients often enquire about how their glasses prescription differs from their contact lens prescription. All comprehensive eye examinations provide patients with their spectacle prescription. A contact lens prescription results from a separate service, known as the contact lens fitting. As an incentive for patients wishing to purchase contact lenses through our office, the contact lens fitting fee will be waived.

I’m replacing my old glasses, what can I do with them?
Our office is always happy to take patients’ old glasses. They donate used glasses to a charity organization called OneSight which delivers them to developing countries worldwide.

For further information on OneSight®, please visit http://www.onesight.org/na/

Will my eye exam be covered with my CareCard?
The BC Medical Services Plan only covers the basic eye exam for children (18 an under) and seniors (65 and over). Adult eye exams have been deregulated since 2001 by the government and are thus out of pocket.

 
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