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Our professional optometrists speak multiple languages, including English, Cantonese, Polish, Ukrainian, Hindi, Bengali & Punjabi.
We have 4 locations across Winnipeg to better serve you and your family!
Our Winnipeg eye care clinics accept patients of all ages, from infants to seniors.
Our eye care facilities are home to a wide range of advanced technology to better assess & manage your vision as well as eye health.
Welcome to Prairie Eye Care in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where our professional and compassionate optometrists are dedicated to the assessment, treatment, and maintenance of your visual wellness and ocular health!Learn More
We want patients of all ages to have access to quality eye care, which is why we started our Little Eyes Program, accepting patients as young as 6 months! In addition to infant care our optometrists have experience with senior eye care, so no matter if you have a child just learning how to read, or you've reached your Golden Years, we welcome you to book an appointment with our office. Our Prairie Eye Care optometrists are always happy to help you and your family with your eye care and eye health needs.OUR LOCATIONS
Our professional optometrists are proud to serve our ever-growing, diverse Winnipeg community;book your appointment today!
Regular comprehensive eye exams are a vital part of preventative vision care. Many eye health and vision concerns go unnoticed, without obvious signs or symptoms. You might not know a health condition exists until serious damage is done. Early diagnosis and treatment is the key to prevent loss of sight.
Infant and pediatric eye exams allow for early detection of budding eye health and vision concerns including lazy eye, muscle imbalances, and ocular diseases without symptoms. Our eye doctors believe in early care for children’s eyes to help ensure healthy vision for life.
For many years now, more people are choosing contact lenses over eyeglasses. Vision correction technology has evolved rapidly in this area, and today there are a variety of contact lens options available. Making the switch from glasses to contacts requires a specific eye exam with a custom lens fitting.
Retinal imaging provides a clear digital image of the retina, blood vessels, and the optic nerve in the rear of the eye. This picture can help your optometrist diagnose ocular and other health conditions early by displaying changes in the eye structures.
Eye dilation is an important part of a retinal evaluation. This allows the eye care professional to view structures in the back of the eye. The dilated fundus exam shows eye diseases that display signs in the blood vessels, retina and optic nerves, such as diabetes, glaucoma, and ocular melanoma.
A dilated eye examination is the only way to uncover diabetic retinopathy. A few drops will be placed in your eyes to dilate your pupils. This test allows your optometrist to view your eye and check for tissues damaged by retinopathy.
Glaucoma and cataract screening is very important, as both eye conditions occur more frequently in older patients. A cataract is a cloudy film over the eye lens that impairs vision and normal daily activities. Glaucoma is the leading cause of irreversible blindness sometimes (or often) associated with high eye pressures.
Your eye doctor will use this exam to diagnose and monitor glaucoma; as well as other conditions like migraines and macular degeneration.
Our optometrists can administer several functional vision tests to determine any eyesight limitations that may affect performance on the job. We offer basic eye exams and comprehensive vision tests. Our basic occupational vision test includes an assessment of far, near, and peripheral visual acuity.
Our optometrists offer both pre- and post-operative care for patients undergoing laser eye correction or other surgical procedures. Our main goal is to help you achieve the clearest vision possible using the safest and most advanced technologies and surgical techniques.
Highway office McIvor Mall