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Adult & Senior Eye Exams in Port Moody

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Helping You Achieve Healthy Vision

Regular eye exams are a key component to maintaining good health. Every time you get an eye exam it allows us to detect, diagnose, and manage a variety of eye diseases, while ensuring your vision is functioning as it should. 

Are you ready for your next eye exam?

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How Often Should You Have an Eye Exam?

The Canadian Association of Optometrists recommends the following eye exam schedule for adults and seniors: 

  • Age 20–39:    Every 2–3 years
  • Age 40–64:    Every 2 years
  • Age 65+:    Every year

While this exam schedule is suitable for most of our patients, you may need more frequent exams if you have medical conditions such as diabetes, if you wear contacts, or if you have a family history of eye disease.

To make sure your eye care needs are being met, our doctors will work with you to recommend an eye exam schedule specific to you.

Our Technology

At Port Moody Eye Care, we put high value on using advanced technology to get the answers we need. We’re equipped to take an in-depth look at your eye and even find early signs of disease before you notice symptoms. By staying at the forefront of eye care innovation, we make sure you have all the information you need to properly care for your eyes.

Learn more about the technology we use during our eye exams by clicking on the names listed here.

iPen

iPen is a technology that allows us to test the concentration of your tears, helping us diagnose dry eye disease and measuring the success of dry eye therapy treatments.

Spectralis OCT is a powerful diagnostic tool we use to take in-depth images of your eye. These images allow us to monitor changes in your eyes which can help us uncover eye diseases such as macular degeneration and glaucoma.

The Humphrey Visual Field Analyser is another diagnostic tool that helps us test your eyes for early signs of eye disease. This technology helps us identify abnormalities in your peripheral vision, which can be a sign of early glaucoma.

Most glaucoma sufferers don’t exhibit any symptoms until they’ve already experienced some significant vision loss. With the Digital Retinal Camera, we can scan for glaucoma and other sight-threatening eye conditions.

Neurolenses are specially designed to help correct eye misalignment. Using state-of-the-art technology, our team can accurately fit you with neurolenses to alleviate symptoms caused by a misalignment. This misalignment can often be associated with Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) which is becoming increasingly more common for all ages who use digital devices.

LipiFlow is an FDA-approved treatment for dry eye that helps improve the quality of meibomian gland oils for the eye. This dropless treatment is performed in office as needed. By gently massaging the meibomian glands, LipiFlow helps release blocked oils to keep the eyes hydrated.

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Is it Time for Your Next Eye Exam?

See the difference an eye exam can make by booking your appointment at Port Moody Eye Care Centre!

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Our Location

Our office is located in Heritage Mountain Plaza, right across from Port Moody City Hall. Parking is available in the parking lot directly in front of our practice. 

If you’re having trouble finding us, please don’t hesitate to give us a call!

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Our Address

  • 260-221 Ioco Rd
  • Port Moody, BC V3H 4H2

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