Find the Latest in Eye Care Services at Sherwood Park Eye Centre

Sherwood Park Eye Centre provides comprehensive eye care services to patients of all ages, including laser surgery and corneal mapping. We also treat eye disease, such as glaucoma and macular degeneration.

Our services include:

Our Comprehensive Eye Exam includes a retinal scan, an eye health examination, your eyeglasses prescription as well as an eyewear consultation. Each visit to Sherwood Park Eye Centre will give you exceptional care with our technicians, doctors, and lens experts. We take special consideration for children, contact lenses, and sunwear.

We can map the surface of your cornea, the part of your eye that represents about 70% of the eye's refractive power. This non-invasive procedure can help us detect a variety of eye problems, determine what your eye needs for LASIK surgery or select a proper fit for your contact lenses

Digital Retinal Imaging is used to detect diseases such as diabetes and macular degeneration. It is critical to confirming the health of the retina, optic nerve and other retinal structures.

Your eyes need lubrication in order to function properly, and also for your comfort. A number of external and age-dependent conditions – smoke and sun exposure, and cold and allergy medicines, for example – can lead to eye dryness. We offer extensive testing to determine what is causing your dry eye and treatments to fix it. Schedule an appointment today to talk to our staff and doctors to determine the best way to treat your dry eyes.

Eye emergencies include a wide range of conditions, each with their own symptoms.

If you are experiencing any of the below call us immediately at 780-464-4575 to schedule an appointment. Our staff are trained to triage emergencies appropriately. If this is an after hours emergencies please proceed to the nearest hospital.

  • Sudden vision loss
  • A significant increase in floaters
  • Seeing flashes of light or an "aura"
  • pupils are not the same size
  • double vision
  • increasing light sensitivity
  • pain, burning, or stinging
  • discharge from the eye
  • bleeding
  • new or significant headaches

Please do not hesitate to contact our office for any other concerns and we will be able to help you accordingly.

Sherwood Park Eye Centre provides glaucoma testing wherein we take a retinal scan and measure your internal eye pressure to detect signs of disease.

Low vision is a condition where eyewear or surgery will not lead to "perfect" vision. Eye disease is the primary cause, but genetics and eye and brain injury can also result in low vision.

The macula of your eye processes fine detail to give you sharp central vision. Macular degeneration most often occurs in adults older than 50.

Management includes glaucoma, macular degeneration and cataracts.

Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) is a non-invasive imaging test (similar to an ultrasound) that uses light waves (instead of sound waves) to take cross sectional pictures of your retina. This allows us to view each of the distinctive layers of the retina and structures beyond your retina. This test can help with early detection, diagnosis and treatment protocol for retinal diseases and conditions including Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Diabetic Eye Disease and many others.

To learn more about our OCT services or to schedule an appointment, please feel free to contact us.

Sherwood Park Eye Centre uses Optomap® Retinal Exam for your Comprehensive Eye Exam. Eye exams are more than just your eyeglasses prescription, they're an evaluation of your vision and how it relates to the health of your eye. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

Early identification of a child's vision problem is crucial. Learn more.

If you’re experiencing red, pink or sore eyes, contact your optometrist – we can treat these issues without you going to your primary care physician.

We provide co-management of your LASIK, cataract and other ocular surgeries.

Sports and specialty eyewear offer safe, comfortable vision enhancement for physical activities or any situation in which your glasses could be knocked off or fall off. They also provide protection from anything that could potentially hit your eyes.

A visual field test allows us to determine how well you see in the periphery – from side to side. Our test commonly requires you to cover one eye while focusing the other on a fixed point and telling us what you see to the left and right.

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