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Your Trusted Optometrists In Vancouver, BC And The Lower Mainland

Any time you visit a Superstore in the Lower Mainland, you’ll find a professional eye care center with a friendly Vision West optometrist who will give you the personalized time and attention you need to ensure your best vision. The goals of each one of our Vancouver eye doctors is simple: To test your vision using the most advanced technology available, to educate you and your family about proper eye health, and to ensure every one of your experiences in our eye care centers is a relaxing and enjoyable one.

When was the last time you had your eyes checked? Book an appointment with one of Vision West’s certified eye doctors in Vancouver at the Lower Mainland Superstore closest to you!

Comprehensive Eye Exams For Kids, Adults, and Seniors

Routine eye exams for otherwise healthy adults, pediatric eye exams, and senior’s eye exams are all conducted by an experienced Lower Mainland and Vancouver Optometrist.

Not only can our optometrists give you a prescription for glasses or corrective lenses, we can also provide you with a comprehensive eye exam that allows us to quickly and easily assess the internal structure and overall health of your eyes. Your vision is our priority so we always check for ocular issues like glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataracts during every eye exam.

Our Vancouver eye care center and clinics are all conveniently located in Superstores across the Lower Mainland in Surrey, Delta, North Vancouver, Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Chilliwack, Mission, and the Fraser Valley. We ensure you always get the care you need by professionals who have you and your family’s best interests at heart.

Sight Test vs. Eye Exam

Do you know the difference between a sight test and an eye exam?

A sight test finds your eyewear prescription with an automated software program. An eye exam, on the other hand, goes beyond a simple sight test to give you a more thorough look at the overall health of your eyes, as well as a more accurate measurement of your corrective lenses prescription.