West Edmonton Eye Care is a Westmount eye care clinic offering walk-in eye exams and same-day contact lens dispensing.
From the first eye exam for a child to the eye care needs of our seniors, our Doctors love to serve and care for the eye health of your family.
We use technology for optimal eye examinations. Our clinic is great for all ages from children to seniors, our Doctors love to serve and care for the entire family.
Dr. Ayushie Lakhanpal graduated with academic and clinical honours from the New England College of Optometry. Being from Edmonton originally, she chose to return to
Optometrist Dr. Laura Chan was raised in Edmonton, Alberta where she attended the University of Alberta. During that time, she completed her Bachelor of Science
Dr. Jessica Lam began her post-secondary education in her hometown of Calgary before completing her Doctor of Optometry at Pacific University in Portland, Oregon. After
Dr. Li is known for her attentive attitude and genuine interest in helping her patients, as well as her
ability to provide easy to understand, yet in-depth, information
Dr. Dhillon was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where he graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Science. He went on to graduate with his Doctorate from the Illinois College of Optometry.
During his externships Dr. Dhillon gained extensive knowledge in primary care practice, contact lenses, and ocular disease. He is passionate about providing thorough patient education and involving each patient in their own treatment plan
When not working Dr. Grewal enjoys travelling, golfing and spending time with family and friends.
In her free time, she enjoys taking walks along Edmonton’s beautiful river valley, going to spin class, and watching Korean dramas on Netflix.
Dr. Heer gained diverse experience in advanced care and ocular disease management
Dr. Sandhu did her internships at the VA hospital in New Jersey, SUNY college and the Vision Institute in Toronto focusing on ocular disease, contact lens and primary care
In her free time, Dr. Woynorowski enjoys training with her horse, Casino Royale.
Patients regularly comment on his genuine listening skills and ability to provide answers in a clear and common language; he always puts the patient’s best interests above all else.
You wear the lenses while you sleep. The lenses are right and apply a small amount of pressure onto the cornea and reshape it. The shape of your cornea affects how light enters your eye, and through reshaping vision can be corrected.
Scleral specialty contact lenses are large-diameter lenses that are designed to rest on the sclera (white part of the eye) and create a tear reservoir
This technology is used to diagnose meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD)
Got Dry Eye? There’s a New Treatment for That The Lipiflow treatment helps to treat dry eye syndrome caused by MGD. By combining a gentle
Blephex Blepharitis is the precursor of dry eye disease, contact lens intolerance, and meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD). BlephEx® is a new, in-office procedure that allows
Various clinical studies have shown that UWF imaging improves diagnosis.
Corneal topography is a special photography technique that maps the surface of your cornea. Your cornea is the clear, front window of the eye. With a topography scan, a doctor can find distortions in the curvature of the cornea.
Humphrey Visual Field Analyzer
A visual field test is a type of exam to measure all areas of eyesight including peripheral vision. The purpose of this test is to
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) is a non-invasive imaging test that takes cross-section pictures of the layers of your retina. An OCT scan helps to see
How scleral lenses made me a better athlete
For years, I struggled as a softball player who wears glasses, unable to play my best without their vision correction but frustrated by how often
How I solved my mom’s dry eye symptoms
It’s tricky business, being part of the sandwich generation. At the same time you’re in the thick of parenting, your own parents begin needing your
Understanding Dry Eye Disease and Treatment Options
Dry eye disease is a prevalent eye condition that occurs when the eyes do not produce enough tears or do not create quality tears, leading
Lazy eyes aren’t actually lazy. Even though it sounds like a voluntary condition, people with a lazy eye can’t control it. It happens because the
Has a display of trendy and colourful reading glasses caught your eye? You may have noticed how widely available they are these days. They’re also
Eye floaters and when to worry
Grey hair, wrinkles, weight gain … floaters? The beauty industry reminds us daily of some of the more common changes we experience as we age,
During pregnancy, your body undergoes lots of changes. Did you know that these changes can even affect your vision and eye health? It’s true: changes
It’s that time of year when we start to feel dry, itchy, and irritated. Winter air is less humid and it has an effect on
Unfortunately, changes in our vision are common, especially as we age. If you’re experiencing clouded or blurry vision, it’s possible that you’re among the 3.5
Holiday gifts that support healthy vision
With the holidays just around the corner, a lot of parents are in a toy-buying frenzy. This year, with inflation rates soaring, make your money
Kids’ eye health: understanding keratoconus
Having your child’s eyes checked regularly is essential to support their development and learning. At Dr. Sam Dhaliwal & Associates, we’re focused on helping families
What should I do if I have computer eye strain?
Feeling the strain? Many of us are. The shift to remote work and the increasing hours we spend on our devices generally have many of
Helping your child adjust to wearing glasses
Parents and guardians need to be proactive in taking care of their children’s eyesight, including making regular appointments to see an optometrist. If you find
Red-green and blue-yellow colour blindness is actually more accurately known as “colour vision deficiency” because you are not actually blind.
Coloured contacts: how safe are they?
Although cosmetic lenses are sold over the counter and do not correct vision problems, they can still cause vision problems, including irritation and infection, if
About the information on a prescription and how to understand it
A prescription for both glasses and contact lenses must include: the prescriber’s name, practice address, telephone number and signature, your name, the date of the
Eye care services covered (at no cost to the patient) by Alberta Health
Some optometry services are covered under the AHCIP, but not outside Alberta: Seniors with low to moderate incomes may be eligible for some benefits under
Can human eyes be transplanted?
No. But the cornea can. Referring to reception of the tissue, eye tissue is used several different ways, most commonly for corneal transplantation. Patients who
An optometrist is a primary care provider who diagnoses, treats, and manages conditions related to your eyes and vision.
At what age should kids start getting their eyes checked?
Experts say that 80% of what children learn in school is presented visually, ensuring your child has a good vision is essential in helping them reach their full potential.
Drivers License Vision Requirement in Alberta
In order to be a safe and proactive driver it’s important to have good vision, or the correct prescription lenses to attain that vision standard.