Eye Exams

ADULT EYE EXAMS

From the ages of 19-64 you fall under the "Adult" category for eye exams. An adult comprehensive eye examination includes a thorough refraction and ocular health check to ensure that you will see your best. Contact lens assessment and LASIK referrals are also included in the comprehensive eye exam. How often should you have an eye exam?

  • Every year for contact lens wearers

  • Every 2 years for healthy adults

PEDIATRIC EYE EXAMS

It is recommended that annual eye exams start at the age of 6 months to make sure that the eye will develop without any issues. You may think that you child has no vision problems, however children are unable to properly communicate vision issues as they believe everyone sees the way that they do. Pediatric eye examinations include a refractive assessment by the optometrist and health check with movies and toys to keep their attention.

How often should your kiddos have an eye exam?

  • Every year

    • It is covered by Alberta Health Care!

 

SENIORS EYE EXAMS

Comprehensive Eye Examinations should be performed annually when you are 65 or older. As you have more birthdays you are at a greater risk of eye diseases including Cataracts, Glaucoma, and Macular Degeneration. 

How often should seniors have an eye exam?

  • Every year

    • It is covered by Alberta Health Care!

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Countryside Vision Care

Second Floor - Calmar Medical Clinic

#204 4715 - 50 Ave

Box 633

Calmar, AB

T0C 0V0

 

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Tel:  (587) 906-1515

Fax: (587) 905-5000

Hours:

Monday

11AM - 7PM

Tuesday - Friday

9AM - 5PM

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