The Optical Coherence Tomography scan or OCT scan provides digital images of the retina to detect eye conditions such as age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, retinal detachment and diabetic retinopathy.
DAILIES TOTAL1® contact lenses are the first and only Water Gradient Contact Lenses. Based on a clinical study, the average subjective rating stayed well above a 9 out of 10 even after the end of the day!
Our Stony Plain Eye Care Clinic & Optical
Dr. Abdo Kattan, O.D. and our eye care staff are here to care for all of your vision needs. We handle everything from adult and children’s eye exams, including the Eye See Eye Learn program.
Dr. Kattan specializes in hard to fit lenses, such as scleral lenses and torics, treatment of eye diseases, and can diagnosis and treat kerataconus and glaucoma. We use the OCT and visual field, binocular vision and vision therapy to treat vision issues due to learning disabilities.
Our sunglasses and glasses ranges are extensive and full of world famous designer brand names including, Dolce & Gabbana, Maui Jim, Ray Ban and more. Browse our Designer Frames page for more brands we carry.
I-Care Family Vision & Eyecare offers emergency services that require immediate and urgent eye care. If your eye is injured, don’t try to judge the severity of it. Immediately seek the opinion of an eye doctor to lessen the risk of hurting your vision. We understand ocular emergencies can arise at any time.
Please call our office at: (780) 968-3030 for further instructions. Use your best judgment on urgency, if you feel your need to find the nearest emergency room.
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