Pacific Eye Doctors

Pacific Eye Doctors Women-owned, family-owned, independent-owned optometry clinic That's why at PACIFIC eyeDOCTORS you always test drive them for 2-4 weeks before deciding.
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Services and Products

Complete Eyecare Service: Excellent Service and Selection you Expect

Eye Health and Vision Exams

* Children
* Seniors
* Entry Low Vision
* Sports Vision
* Occupational

Laser Eye Correction

* Laser surgery co-management
* Consultation & follow up care

Specialized Testing

* Peripheral Visual Field Analysis
* Retinal Photography
* E

xternal and Internal Ocular Photography
* Corneal Surface Mapping

Customized Contact Lens Diagnosis

No one wants to buy a year's supply of contact lenses to then find out they are less than ideal. How's the comfort, vision, handling, solution systems? All these questions are answered through experience. Fitting's include all contacts and all necessary follow-up examinations to ensure eye health during the test drive period. Our Dispensary

We carry the finest quality brands of frames, lenses, and coatings in the market today. Our prescriptions are filled in our own lab where care is taken to do quality, accurate work in as short a time as possible. At PACIFIC eyeDOCTORS, only FIRST QUALITY MATERIALS are accepted and EVERY PRESCRIPTION is VERIFIED from your records to provide you with the best possible vision.

* Adjustments and repairs of glasses
* Sunglasses and Clip ons
* Safety Glasses
* Cleaning Solutions and Kits

Pacific Eye Doctors would like to wish all the Papas in our community a Happy Father’s Day 💝
06/16/2024

Pacific Eye Doctors would like to wish all the Papas in our community a Happy Father’s Day 💝

06/15/2024

In need of new eyeglasses?

Look no further! Pacific Eye Doctors has you covered!

We want you to feel comfortable and well taken care of from the moment you walk through our door. That’s why we take a patient-first approach to our eye care. We’ll get to know you personally, customizing your eye care to fit your specific needs.

Call or book an appointment online today!

 : The average person blinks about 12 times a minute or about 10,080 blinks in a day.(Source: “Facts about Eyes.” Museum...
06/14/2024

: The average person blinks about 12 times a minute or about 10,080 blinks in a day.

(Source: “Facts about Eyes.” Museum of Vision Science, 7 Nov. 2023, uwaterloo.ca/museum-vision-science/facts-about-eyes #2.)

Protecting your eyes means wearing UV protected sunglasses. When looking for a pair of sunglasses you should look for la...
06/13/2024

Protecting your eyes means wearing UV protected sunglasses.
When looking for a pair of sunglasses you should look for labels that list the type and amount of protection. General purpose sunglasses block from 60 to 92 percent of visible light and UVA rays, and between 95 and 99 percent of UVB rays. These sunglasses are good for driving, and are recommended whenever sunlight is harsh enough to cause squinting. Other types of sunglasses, including cosmetic tint and special purpose, are not recommended for driving in bright sun.
For more information, book an appointment with us today!

(Source: Cao. “UV and Eye Protection.” The Canadian Association of Optometrists. https://opto.ca/document/uv-and-eye-protection.)

06/13/2024

Do you know about our OTP Frame Promotion this month!😍

For every pair of OTP glasses purchased, you will get your name entered into a draw for the OTPS 2026 in colour s200 sunglasses!

These sunglasses are crafted from biodegradable and recycled acetate, which ensures that each piece contributes positively to both style and environmental stewardship!

*We will announce the winner at the start of July!*

Patient feedback means the world to us at Pacific Eye Doctors – Thank you for sharing your kind words and experience, Da...
06/11/2024

Patient feedback means the world to us at Pacific Eye Doctors – Thank you for sharing your kind words and experience, Danielle!

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Great news! We now have overnight CLs that reshape your eye so you can be glasses and contacts free during the day. Make...
06/10/2024

Great news! We now have overnight CLs that reshape your eye so you can be glasses and contacts free during the day. Make an appointment to find out more.

Book now here: www.pacificeyedoctors.ca

Are you consistently struggling with severe light sensitivity? It could be due to an irregularly shaped cornea that does...
06/08/2024

Are you consistently struggling with severe light sensitivity? It could be due to an irregularly shaped cornea that doesn't reflect light onto the retina correctly. Fortunately, custom-designed scleral contact lenses can serve as a properly curved surface, minimizing light sensitivity. Contact us to find out how scleral lenses can assist you!

Book now here: www.pacificeyedoctors.ca

 : excessive exposure without sufficient protection from UV rays may cause some serious damages to the eyes. These damag...
06/07/2024

: excessive exposure without sufficient protection from UV rays may cause some serious damages to the eyes. These damages include eye surface burns, cataracts, pterygium, and macular degeneration. A good pair of sunglasses can filter out up to 99–100% of the UV rays.

(Source: “Facts about Eyes.” Museum of Vision Science, 7 Nov. 2023, uwaterloo.ca/museum-vision-science/facts-about-eyes #2. )

Multifocal lenses contain two or more prescriptions to correct vision at different distances. This includes bifocals, tr...
06/06/2024

Multifocal lenses contain two or more prescriptions to correct vision at different distances. This includes bifocals, trifocals, progressives and special occupational lenses.
This is designed to help people see at various distances since as we get older, we gradually lose the ability to focus on objects that are close up. Multifocal lenses make it possible for us to see clearly at all distances. Currently over half of all lenses worn in Canada are multifocals.
Here are some suggestions for adapting to multifocal lenses:
-If you want to look down while walking, drop your nose.
-Hold reading material in your usual location and lower your eyes to read through the lowest part of your lenses.
-Wear multifocal lenses continuously for the first week or two so that your brain adjusts to them.
-Wear your lenses first thing in the morning and do not switch between them and your old pair.
-Make sure they are adjusted to your face so that the lenses are properly positioned.
For any questions about multifocal lenses, please call or book an appointment online. We are happy to discuss how these lenses might be right for you!

(Source: “Multifocals.” Multifocals | The Canadian Association of Optometrists. https://opto.ca/eye-health-library/multifocals.)

06/06/2024

Welcome to our OTP Frame Promotion this month!😎🎉🙌🏻

For every pair of OTP glasses purchased, you will get your name entered into a draw for the OTPS 2026 in colour s200 sunglasses!

These sunglasses are crafted from biodegradable and recycled acetate, which ensures that each piece contributes positively to both style and environmental stewardship!

*We will announce the winner at the start of July!*

Patient feedback means the world to us at Pacific Eye Doctors – Thank you for sharing your kind words and experience, Br...
06/04/2024

Patient feedback means the world to us at Pacific Eye Doctors – Thank you for sharing your kind words and experience, Brandon!

Book now here: www.pacificeyedoctors.ca

We can greatly reduce your child's future risk of eye disease today. Ask your Pacific Eye Doctor how.Book now here: www....
06/03/2024

We can greatly reduce your child's future risk of eye disease today. Ask your Pacific Eye Doctor how.

Book now here: www.pacificeyedoctors.ca

HAPPY PRIDE 🏳️‍🌈 to our two-spirit, le***an, gay, transgender, bisexual, ace, non-binary, and q***r + neighbours! Thank ...
06/02/2024

HAPPY PRIDE 🏳️‍🌈 to our two-spirit, le***an, gay, transgender, bisexual, ace, non-binary, and q***r + neighbours! Thank you for enriching our lives and world every day. Our community is stronger and benefits from your existence alone. Thanks for having us 🌈🌎

Here are some tips for reducing the progression of cataracts:1) Wearing UV protective glasses has shown to be helpful in...
06/01/2024

Here are some tips for reducing the progression of cataracts:
1) Wearing UV protective glasses has shown to be helpful in slowing down the progression of cataracts.
2) It is important that individuals with diabetes maintain their blood sugar in control.
3) Taking antioxidants may be helpful in slowing cataract progression. Examples of antioxidant-rich foods are berries, pecans and dark green vegetables.
4) Quitting smoking may also help slow cataract development.
Visit your optometrist for your routine eye exam to detect any sign of cataracts.

(Source: CanadianOpto. “Cataracts.” The Canadian Association of Optometrists. https://opto.ca/eye-health-library/cataracts.)

 : The cornea, which is the clear covering on the very front of the eye, is about the size and thickness of a dime.(Sour...
05/31/2024

: The cornea, which is the clear covering on the very front of the eye, is about the size and thickness of a dime.

(Source: “Facts about Eyes.” Museum of Vision Science, 7 Nov. 2023, uwaterloo.ca/museum-vision-science/facts-about-eyes #2.)

Here are some tips on how to avoid allergens:-Stay indoors during allergy season-Wash hands, shower, and change clothes ...
05/30/2024

Here are some tips on how to avoid allergens:
-Stay indoors during allergy season
-Wash hands, shower, and change clothes after coming in from outside
-Keep the windows closed in the home and car
-Turn on an air conditioner
-Use an air purifier
-Maintain clean filters in the furnace
-Wash towels, pillow cases, and bedsheets frequently
To learn more on how to prevent and treat allergies, book an appointment today!

(Source: CanadianOpto. “Allergies.” The Canadian Association of Optometrists. https://opto.ca/eye-health-library/allergies.)

05/29/2024
05/29/2024

NTE West 2024 Recap! 🙌🏻

We had SUCH an amazing time at National training event this year! We were able to take 18 of our team members and we especially loved learning about macular health, dry eye, and AI.🤖

Who knew silent discos were so much fun?🕺🏻We can’t wait until next time! 🤓

Patient feedback means the world to us at Pacific Eye Doctors – Thank you for sharing your kind words and experience, Fr...
05/28/2024

Patient feedback means the world to us at Pacific Eye Doctors – Thank you for sharing your kind words and experience, Frankie!

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Myopia is both a vision problem AND and health risk problem. Pacific Eye Doctors manages BOTH. Schedule an appointment t...
05/27/2024

Myopia is both a vision problem AND and health risk problem. Pacific Eye Doctors manages BOTH. Schedule an appointment today and ask our Optometrists for more information.

Book now here: www.pacificeyedoctors.ca

What we see is the result of signals sent from the eyes to the brain. Usually the brain receives signals from both (bi) ...
05/25/2024

What we see is the result of signals sent from the eyes to the brain. Usually the brain receives signals from both (bi) eyes (ocular) at the same time. The information contained in the signal from each eye is slightly different and with well-functioning binocular vision, the brain is able to use these differences to judge distances and coordinate eye movements. One of the main benefits of binocular vision is the ability to judge depth and speed of objects. You can experience binocular vision by closing one eye and trying to pour water into a glass or bring two pencil tips together to touch. It is more difficult to perform these tasks with one eye closed than with both eyes open, because your skill in judging depth is poorer using just one eye.
When was the last time you had your binocular vision checked? Schedule an appointment with Pacific Eye Doctors today!

Book now here: www.pacificeyedoctors.ca

(Source:“Binocular Vision.” Binocular Vision | The Canadian Association of Optometrists, https://opto.ca/eye-health-library/binocular-vision.)

 : Eagles can see a lot farther than humans. They can see a rabbit about 1 mile away, which is more than 3.5 times of an...
05/24/2024

: Eagles can see a lot farther than humans. They can see a rabbit about 1 mile away, which is more than 3.5 times of an average human eye.

(Source: “Facts about Eyes.” Museum of Vision Science, 7 Nov. 2023, uwaterloo.ca/museum-vision-science/facts-about-eyes #2. )

05/23/2024

Did you know that the skin around your eyes is the most delicate part of your body?

It is important to be gentle with your eyes, avoid rubbing them, and to be careful when applying eyeliner or mascara. That thin fold of skin is what covers and protects the front of the eye and the extraocular muscles that attach to the eyeball to allow movement.

To learn more about your eyes and to ensure they are healthy, book an eye examination today!



(Source: CanadianOpto. (n.d.-a). A detailed look at the eye. Canadian Association of Optometrists. https://opto.ca/eye-health-library/detailed-look-eye)

05/22/2024

Here are some tips to consider when selecting your next pair of sunglasses:
-Choose sunglasses that block 99-100% of UV-A and UV-B radiation.
-Darker sunglasses do not always mean better protection.
-Consider larger frames for increased coverage for protection.
-Consider the lens color: grey-tinted lenses reduce light intensity while providing the most natural color vision. Brown-tinted lenses may enhance contrast and depth perception.
-Consider polarized lenses to filter out reflected light glare.
If you are still unsure which pair is right for you, talk to your optometrist to find the perfect sunglasses for this spring!
Schedule an eye exam today to not only maintain good vision but keep updated on the latest sunglasses styles that offer the best UV protection.

(Source: CanadianOpto. “How to Select the Best Sunglasses.” The Canadian Association of Optometrists.https://opto.ca/eye-health-library/how-select-best-sunglasses.)

Patient feedback means the world to us at Pacific Eye Doctors – Thank you for sharing your kind words and experience, Vi...
05/21/2024

Patient feedback means the world to us at Pacific Eye Doctors – Thank you for sharing your kind words and experience, Vivian!

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Happy Victoria Day! Wishing everyone a lovely long weekend from our team here at Pacific Eye Doctors  ♥️
05/20/2024

Happy Victoria Day! Wishing everyone a lovely long weekend from our team here at Pacific Eye Doctors ♥️

We are closed tomorrow!Wishing everyone a lovely long weekend from our team here at Pacific Eye Doctors!
05/19/2024

We are closed tomorrow!
Wishing everyone a lovely long weekend from our team here at Pacific Eye Doctors!

 : Until around 1000 AD, it was believed that light was emitted by the eyes and that the light somehow formed a picture....
05/17/2024

: Until around 1000 AD, it was believed that light was emitted by the eyes and that the light somehow formed a picture. People thought that if a hand was put in front of their eyes, there would be no image because the light would be unable to come out. However, around 1020 AD, the Arab scientist Alhazen correctly suggested that the eyes actually take in light rather than emit it. During the following centuries, doctors and scientists studied the eye’s anatomy in detail. They learned that the eye’s lens projects an image onto a living screen called the retina. The eye forms an image much the same way as a camera does. Light travels through the lens and is focused on the retina, which is full of light-sensitive nerve endings. When light strikes these nerves, they transmit signals through the optic nerve to the brain. The retinal image is upside down, but the brain analyzes the signal and turns it right-side up.

(Source: “Facts about Eyes.” Museum of Vision Science, 7 Nov. 2023, uwaterloo.ca/museum-vision-science/facts-about-eyes #2. )

05/16/2024

You don’t need to be a fashion expert to find eyeglass frames that look great on you! 😍

Schedule an appointment today to find the perfect lens and frame combination to suit your individual needs and budget!

Address

22320 Brown Avenue
Maple Ridge, BC
V2X3N3

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 5:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 5:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 8pm
Thursday 8:30am - 8pm
Friday 8:30am - 5:30pm
Saturday 8:30am - 4pm

Telephone

+16044637127

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