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We are your trusted Optometrist in Crowfoot! At EyeCare Plus, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality custom eye care solutions at affordable prices. We understand that each individual person has specific and unique eye care needs. Here at EyeCare Plus, we carry a wide variety of eye care solutions, including single vision lenses, multifocal lens options as well as contacts! At EyeCare Plus our dedicated professional team of Opticians and Optometrists understands the importance of the accuracy and specifications of custom-fitted ophthalmic devices, so you can get back to seeing your very best. YOUR VISION. OUR FOCUS. Come to EyeCare Plus in Crowfoot for your eye examination or your eye care needs. Our professional team of eye care specialists will assist you in choosing the best eyeglasses, sunglasses, or contact lenses to enhance your vision and improve your life! If you have any questions for our team, please don't hesitate to ask.
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Your eyes should be tested eye one or two years, depending on your age. Book eye exam online and just visit the store on the date.

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FAQ
  • I have an eye exam booked – what should I expect when I come in?

    Leave yourself a little over an hour for your exam. Your doctor will have several questions to get to know you, your concerns, and your family history better. We will conduct a series of tests to determine the strengths and weaknesses of your eyesight. We will also test the pressure of your eye! Our doctor will walk you through the entire process.

  • Does my health insurance cover my visit?

    Alberta Health will cover eye exams for patients under 18 and patients over 65. For patients between those ages, work benefits should cover 1-2 exams per year. To find out, please call your health insurance company directly. If you have any questions for our office, please contact us, and we will answer to the best of our abilities. 

    Many health insurance companies also cover the cost of prescription lenses and contact lenses. You may also want to see what your coverage plan is for those.

  • What are some common signs of vision problems?

    Signs could vary depending on what is the exact problem with the vision, but some common signs are:

    • Headaches, nausea or dizziness after visual concentration
    • Blurred or double vision at any time
    • Short attention span
    • Blinking or eye rubbing after visual concentration
    • Difficulty reading small print
    • Difficulty adjusting focuses between near and far objects
  • Will my optometrist use eye drops?

    Eye drops may sometimes be used during an eye exam. If you need to have eye drops, we will let you know ahead of time so you can plan transportation.

  • How often should I get my eyes examined?

    Eyes should be checked at least once a year but this could change if you have a prescription for your eyes or other medical concerns.

  • What is Normal vision?

    As children, long farsightedness seems to be the best, which means it takes more focus to see closer objects. As we grow our short nearsightedness gets better allowing things to seen more clearly in a closer or a farther range. Naturally, presbyopia is experienced which is the natural worsening of vision due to age. Also, none of the symptoms should appear in an individual below 40s if they have normal vision.

  • What are the signs of vision problem?

    Signs could vary depending on what is the exact problem with the vision but some common signs are:
    headaches, nausea or dizziness after visual concentration
    Blurred or double vision at any time
    Short attention span
      Blinking or eye rubbing after visual concentration
    Difficulty reading small print
      Difficulty adjusting focuses between near and far objects

  •  PATIENT GUIDELINES

    All services are by appointment. Please call 403-208-2299 to arrange a time.

    COVID-19 Screening Questions

    1. Do you have fever, cough or any symptoms of COVID-19
    2. Have you traveled outside of Alberta in last 14 days?

    If you answered yes to any of these questions, please call to reschedule your appointment.

    Please arrive alone. Under 18 years old, need a translator, or have mobility issues, you can bring one other person to accompany you.
    Please bring and wear a face covering to your appointment. The face covering can be a mask, scarf, or anything that covers the nose and mouth.
    Please arrive no more than 5 minutes before the scheduled appointment.
    Social distancing will be practiced at all times.
    Payment with card is preferred over cash.