Sport, Safety & Specialty Eyewear

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Give Your Eyes the Protection They Deserve

Sports like racquetball, basketball, soccer, or baseball are fun to play, but they can lead to a significant eye injury. No matter how careful you are, you run the risk of damaging your eyes and vision. However, 90% of serious sports injuries are preventable with protective eyewear.

Without proper protection, your eyes are at risk of injury during these activities. Visit us in Maple Ridge for sport, safety, and specialty eyewear. 

An Extra Layer of Protection

Your optometrist can help you pick out a pair of protective eyewear. We offer strong, lightweight, thin, and impact-resistant lenses. There is less need to worry about replacing durable lenses if you drop your glasses.

A precise fit is essential for protecting your eyes, and we will help ensure your eyewear feels comfortable and snug. We work closely with you to ensure you’re satisfied with the final product. 

Avoid an Unnecessary Injury

Accidents happen when you least expect it, especially when playing sports or working on a home project. Do not leave your eye health up to chance—protect yourself with sports or safety glasses and enjoy peace of mind. Visit us in Maple Ridge to see what protective eyewear we offer. 

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OnGuard

OnGuard Safety is known for its technological innovations.  They are a leading provider of protective eyewear for industrial and sports applications.  OnGuard, on top of their stylish designs, also offers sun clips, rimless frames, Permashield, and more.

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Progear

The perfect brand for active eyewear users and those looking for comfort and durability to complement their busy lifestyle. Made from high-quality materials and showcasing unique features like earbud holders as well as a headband interface.

OUR LOCATION

Maple Ridge Eye Care is located on the corner of Dewdney Trunk Road and 230 Street, directly across from the Tim Hortons. Parking is available in the lot directly behind our practice. If you have any questions or are having trouble finding us, please give us a call!

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Our Address

  • 23015 Dewdney Trunk Road
  • Maple Ridge, BC V2X 3K9

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Contact Lenses

Nowadays, you can find several options of stylish frames to suit your face and personality. But contact lenses have also come a long way. With a contact lens exam and fitting, your optometrist can help determine the best lens for your lifestyle and vision needs.  If you are considering a new look, transitioning from eyeglasses […]

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At a basic level, the difference between wet and dry macular degeneration is simple: dry macular degeneration is more common, typically with less severe symptoms. And the wet type is less common, but the symptoms usually progress quickly and can cause more damage. However, there is more to it. Even though they are linked to […]

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Myopia

They say the eyes are the window to the soul—but what about the window out?  Your vision allows you to interact and enjoy the world in a very unique way. You should be able to see clearly and comfortably all the time, so it’s important to visit your optometrist regularly and pay attention to any […]

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May 17, 2022
Dr. M. Hurlbert
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Nowadays, you can find several options of stylish frames to suit your face and personality. But contact lenses have also come a long way. With a contact lens exam and fitting, your optometrist can help determine the best lens for your lifestyle and vision needs.  If you are considering a new look, transitioning from eyeglasses […]

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At a basic level, the difference between wet and dry macular degeneration is simple: dry macular degeneration is more common, typically with less severe symptoms. And the wet type is less common, but the symptoms usually progress quickly and can cause more damage. However, there is more to it. Even though they are linked to […]

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They say the eyes are the window to the soul—but what about the window out?  Your vision allows you to interact and enjoy the world in a very unique way. You should be able to see clearly and comfortably all the time, so it’s important to visit your optometrist regularly and pay attention to any […]

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