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Adult & Senior Eye Exams

Our adult and senior eye exams are comprehensive eye health examinations. They include a variety of tests to assess your vision and eye health, including digital retinal photos which are used for diagnosing and tracking diabetes and macular degeneration. It also includes a visual field screening to help to detect glaucoma, potential strokes and brain tumours, a dilated retinal exam, and a visual assessment.

Pricing:

Full adult eye health examination (ages 19-64): $130

Full senior eye health examination (ages 65+): $84

Adult & Senior Eye Exams for Contact Lens Wearers

If you wear contact lenses, it’s essential to get a contact lens exam in addition to your regular eye exam. During a contact lens exam, one of our doctors will check your corneas and lids for dryness and inflammation, measure the curvature of your cornea, and review your lens care regimen. 

Pricing: 

For contact lens wearers we charge an additional $30 fee for eye exams. 

Full adult eye health examination & contact lens exam (ages 19-64): $160

Full senior eye health examination & contact lens examination (ages 65+):  $114

If you purchase an annual supply of contact lenses through our clinic, the additional $30 charge from your exam will be applied towards your purchase.

Children’s Eye Exams

A thorough optometric eye examination is just as important for children as it is for adults and seniors. Regular children’s eye exams help ensure your child’s vision is developing properly. During your child’s exam, we’ll assess their overall vision and eye health and also look for signs of nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism. If needed, your optometrist can prescribe treatment, including eyeglasses, myopia control, and more!

Pricing:

Full Child Exam Ages 18 and under: $25

Children’s Eye Exams for Contact Lens Wearer

If your child wears contact lenses, they’ll need a contact lens exam in addition to their regular eye exam. During a contact lens exam, one of our doctors will check your child’s corneas and lids for dryness and inflammation, measure the curvature of their cornea, and go over proper lens care with you. 

Pricing:

For contact lens wearers we charge an additional $30 fee for eye exams. 

Full Child Eye Health Examination Contact Lens Wearer $55

If you purchase an annual supply of contact lenses through our clinic, the additional $30 charge from your exam will be applied towards your purchase.

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!

Exterior of Maple Ridge Eye Care located on the corner of Dewdney Trunk Road and 230 Street

Our Address

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

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What’s the Difference Between Wet & Dry Macular Degeneration?

Eye Conditions & Health

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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June 16, 2022
Dr. M. Hurlbert

Can High Myopia Be Corrected?

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

What do Polarized Sunglasses do?

Sunglasses

Having an active lifestyle is essential to your health—spending time outdoors is always refreshing and has important health benefits. Protective eyewear like polarized sunglasses can help you enjoy the outdoors and sun safely—keeping your optometrist happy.  Investing in polarized sunglasses can increase your quality of life. Let’s look at what polarized lenses do, how they […]

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April 29, 2022
Dr. M. Hurlbert
An older man having trouble seeing

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 […]

Read More…

A boy sitting at a table, with a pair of glasses sitting in front of him

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 […]

Read More…

A pair of polarized sunglasses sitting in the sand

Having an active lifestyle is essential to your health—spending time outdoors is always refreshing and has important health benefits. Protective eyewear like polarized sunglasses can help you enjoy the outdoors and sun safely—keeping your optometrist happy.  Investing in polarized sunglasses can increase your quality of life. Let’s look at what polarized lenses do, how they […]

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