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  • Managing Dry Eye Disease
    While you may not go blind from dry eye disease, you can be made very uncomfortable. The constant feeling that something is in your eye can be disconcerting. Burning or Read more
  • Myopia Control in Children
    Another name for myopia is nearsightedness, or the inability to see distant objects clearly. It is a condition that is common in children that can impact learning at school. Most Read more
  • Smoking and Eye Health
    When you smoke, the smoke itself is highly toxic. It contains heavy metals, formaldehyde, tar and carbon monoxide, and about 4,000 other compounds. It affects many organs, and one of Read more
  • How Safe Are Pediatric Eye Exams?
    Approximately 10% of preschoolers have vision problems. Identifying these problems early is crucial since some worsen over time. As a parent, it is normal to be concerned about the safety Read more
  • Early Symptoms of Macular Dystrophy
    We must make sure our eyesight stays intact. This can truly make a difference in your vision for the future. Having regular eye exams is essential and a great way Read more
  • Early Signs of Glaucoma
    Know the Early Signs of Glaucoma Open-angle glaucoma is an insidious disease that can rob you of your sight in just a few years. Closed-angle glaucoma can cause blindness in just Read more
  • Blepharitis FAQs
    Blepharitis is an eye condition that is associated with inflammation of the eyelid. Blepharitis attacks the eyelids' edges and the base of the skin around the eyelashes. If you suspect Read more
  • Eye Twitching
    Eye twitching or blepharospasm refers to an uncontrollable eye muscle movement or eyelid spasm. Your upper eyelid may twitch every few seconds, lasting a minute or two. Our optometry practice Read more
  • Is LASIK Surgery Right For You?
    Many people struggle with their vision in one way or another. Unfortunately, glasses and contact lenses have their drawbacks. This is why some choose to consider LASIK surgery for their Read more
  • What to Expect During a Pretest
    As part of a comprehensive eye exam at Maple Ridge Eye Care, you will be required to go through a portion of your exam called “pretesting” to give our optometrists Read more
  • How to Prevent an Eye Infection from Contact Lenses
    Contact lenses are a great choice for most people when it is time to pick a vision correction method. However, it is important to take care of your contacts and Read more
  • Myopia Control in Kids
    Myopia Control in Kids Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is one of the more common refractive errors. One out of two people have myopia, and it is characterized by an eye Read more
  • Hard To Fit Contacts vs Regular Contacts
    Hard to Fit Contacts vs Regular Contacts Getting contacts isn’t easy for everyone. There are many different eye conditions that can make wearing regular contacts difficult or even impossible. That doesn’t Read more
  • Signs of Computer Vision
    Signs of Computer Vision Syndrome Today, everyone is getting more screen time than ever before. Many people go from an office where they worked on a computer all day to a Read more
  • Choosing the Right Prescription Sunglasses: Protect Your Eyes from the Sun
    Learn More About Prescription Eyeglasses From Your Maple Ridge Optometrist No matter what time of the year it is, prescription sunglasses can help protect your eyes. The professionals from Maple Ridge Read more
  • Sports Eye Safety
    Protect Your Eyes: Wear Sports Eye Gear Do not let a sports eye injury change your life. Educate yourself about sports eye safety so you can practice safe habits. Our optometrists Read more

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

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Maple Ridge Eye Care

Mon:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Tue:

8:00 am-8:00 pm

Wed:

8:00 am-8:00 pm

Thu:

8:00 am-8:00 pm

Fri:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Sat:

9:00 am-4:30 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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