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  • Early Signs of Glaucoma
    Early Signs of Glaucoma Eye health is obviously important. No one wants to lose their ability to see. Unfortunately, many aspects of eye health are still frequently misunderstood. One of those Read more
  • Contact Lens Health Week in August
    Maple Ridge Eye Care Wants You To Know About Contact Lens Health Week Contact Lens Health Week is an annual reminder to everyone who wears contact lenses to keep up their Read more
  • 7 Signs You Might Have Eye Cataracts
    The Seven Warning Signs of Cataracts Many eye problems can rob you of your vision, but none are as unnoticeable at the beginning as cataracts. Cataracts are a condition that affects Read more
  • Signs Of Sight Loss
    Signs of Sight Loss Your vision is one of your most important senses, and it’s important to pay attention to any signs of diseases or conditions. An annual eye exam at Read more
  • Smoking and Eye Health
    Smoking and Your Eye Health: What You Need to Know By now, everyone knows smoking is bad for their health and the health of those around them. However, many people still Read more
  • Fruits & Veggies and How They Impact Vision
    Fruits & Veggies and How They Impact Vision When you were growing up, how often did you hear your mother tell you, "Eat your fruits and veggies! You want to be Read more
  • Contacts Lens vs Traditional Glasses
    Contacts Lens vs Traditional Glasses Are you trying to decide between contact lenses and traditional eyeglasses? The team at Maple Ridge Eye Care is here to help answer your questions and Read more
  • Early Symptoms of Macular Dystrophy
    Early Symptoms of Macular Dystrophy Our eyesight is precious and making sure that it stays intact can truly make a difference in your overall vision for life. Making sure that you Read more
  • Healthy Aging and Your Eyes
    Healthy Aging and Your Eyes Keeping your eyes healthy as you age should be one of your priorities since many factors can decrease your vision. At Maple Ridge Eye Care in Read more
  • Lazy Eye
    “Lazy Eye” Treatment at Maple Ridge Eye Care The term, lazy eye, is a misnomer. Laziness is a fault in character, a vice if you will. Besides, we have the capacity Read more
  • Contact Lens Recycling Program
    Maple Ridge Eye Care is proud to participate in an innovative contact lens recycling program developed by Bausch + Lomb. Every Contact Counts is a way for you to participate in the change by recycling your used contact lenses and blister packs. Here's how: Read more
  • Signs Your Child Might Have A Vision Problem
    Signs Your Child Might Have A Vision Problem Most kids won't readily complain about not being able to see properly. In fact, they are often too active to notice any changes Read more
  • Sports Vision Safety
    How You Can Improve Your Eye Safety While Playing Sports Playing sports is a great thing for people of all ages. Sports are a great way to keep yourself fit and Read more
  • Use Your Vision Benefits By The End Of The Year
    As you check off your to-do lists for the end of the year, don't forget about your vision health! Coverage by most vision plans ends with the close of the Read more
  • Glaucoma
    Glaucoma Can Be Diagnosed and Treated at Maple Ridge Eye Care  Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness worldwide, and the symptoms are not noticeable until the disease has advanced. Read more
  • Pediatric Eye Exams
    Everyone needs to take care of their eyes, and one of the responsibilities of ensuring that vision is up to par is to make sure to have an annual eye Read more

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Maple Ridge Eye Care
23015 Dewdney Trunk Rd
Maple Ridge, BC V2X3K9

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