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Adult & Senior Eye Exams

With age comes change. And as you grow older, you have a higher risk of developing various eye diseases and conditions, many of which have no noticeable symptoms during their early stages. Sea to Sky Optometry is determined to help you preserve your vision as you age, and the best way to do this is through regular eye exams.

Routine eye exams (at least once every 1–2 years) allow us to detect early signs of eye diseases and provide the latest treatments available to address them. We are proud to feature a range of cutting-edge diagnostic technology that provides our team with the ability to diagnose eye problems like glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, and many more!

Children’s Eye Exams

We completely understand if your child is nervous about having an eye exam, especially if it’s their first one. But there’s no need to worry. Dr. Blumberg and her team at Sea to Sky Optometry work hard to ensure your child is comfortable and relaxed and receiving the care they need!

Eye exams can reveal much about your child’s eye health. Many children can develop vision problems at a young age, with some of the most common issues being myopia, strabismus, and amblyopia. In some cases, your child may also be at risk of developing an eye disease, which may cause vision loss. The best way to diagnose and address these issues is to make sure your child attends an eye exam at least once a year.

By regularly observing your child’s eyes, we can develop treatment plans that work best for your child’s eye health and lifestyle, helping them live life with the clearest, most comfortable vision possible.

Diabetic Eye Exams

Diabetes affects over 2.3 million Canadians, all of whom may also experience problems with their heart, teeth, and, yes, even their eyes. Diabetes, a systemic disease that impacts how your body processes glucose, can increase the risk of developing a host of different eye diseases, many of which could permanently damage your vision.

Using the latest technology and techniques available, we can detect the signs of these issues well before they affect your vision. We may also be able to detect the existence of diabetes if you aren’t already diagnosed. At Sea to Sky Optometry, you will find help addressing even the most severe diabetic eye diseases, including diabetic retinopathy, diabetic macular edema, glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration.

Contact Lens Exams

If you’re looking for freedom from traditional eyeglasses, contact lenses may be the choice for you! Our contact lens exams determine your prescription and which type of contact lens may serve you best.

We offer various specialty contact lenses designed for hard-to-fit patients, including orthokeratology, scleral, and rigid gas-permeable lenses. During a contact lens exam, our team takes detailed measurements of your eye’s shape and size to ensure your lenses always fit comfortably. Following the exam and fitting, we provide you with trial lenses for you to adjust to, ensuring you are getting the results you are looking for.

Once we determine the right pair for you, we’ll order you a supply of contacts to keep you seeing your best.

Our Locations

Lillooet, BC

New location is now open!

We are located on Main Street, across from the Rec Centre and very near the public library and the Lillooet Hospital. Lillooet is a 35-minute drive from Pavilion, along Highway 99. In addition to Pavilion, we proudly serve the surrounding communities of Gold Bridge, Bralorne, Ashcroft and Cache Creek.

 

Contact Information

Address

917 Main St.
Lillooet BC V0k 1V0

Hours of Operations

Tuesday
9 AM6 PM
Wednesday
9 AM6 PM
Thursday
9 AM6 PM
Friday
9 AM6 PM

Pemberton, BC

We are located on Aster Street, in the building between Pioneer Street and Prospect Street. Some street parking is available, and we have a full parking lot at the back of the building. Pemberton is a 25-minute drive from Whistler. It is located 35 km north of Whistler along highway 99.

Contact Information

Address

4-1366 Aster Street
Pemberton BC V0N 2L0

Hours

Monday
Closed
Tuesday
9 AM7 PM
Wednesday
9 AM6 PM
Thursday
9 AM6 PM
Friday
9 AM6 PM
Saturday
Closed*
Sunday
Closed

*We are open 1 Saturday per month.

Mobile Clinic

Sea to Sky Optometry is proud to offer a mobile clinic that can easily visit your school, business, or community. Currently, we have helped the communities of:

  • Bella Coola – Nuxalk Nation
  • Mount Currie – Lil’wat Nation
  • Pavillion Lake – Ts’kw’aylaxw First Nation
  • Rivers Inlet – Wuikinuxv Nation
  • In-SHUCK-ch Nation – Q’aLaTKu7eM First Nation
  • SkookumChuck – Skatin Nations
  • Port Douglas – Tipella First Nation
  • D’Arcy – N’Quatqua
  • Klemtu – Kitasoo / Xai’Xais First Nation 

Contact us today for more information and to book your mobile clinic visit!


New location is now open!

We are located on Main Street, across from the Rec Centre and very near the public library and the Lillooet Hospital. Lillooet is a 35-minute drive from Pavilion, along Highway 99. In addition to Pavilion, we proudly serve the surrounding communities of Gold Bridge, Bralorne, Ashcroft and Cache Creek.

 

Contact Information

Address

917 Main St.
Lillooet BC V0k 1V0

Hours of Operations

Tuesday
9 AM6 PM
Wednesday
9 AM6 PM
Thursday
9 AM6 PM
Friday
9 AM6 PM

We are located on Aster Street, in the building between Pioneer Street and Prospect Street. Some street parking is available, and we have a full parking lot at the back of the building. Pemberton is a 25-minute drive from Whistler. It is located 35 km north of Whistler along highway 99.

Contact Information

Address

4-1366 Aster Street
Pemberton BC V0N 2L0

Hours

Monday
Closed
Tuesday
9 AM7 PM
Wednesday
9 AM6 PM
Thursday
9 AM6 PM
Friday
9 AM6 PM
Saturday
Closed*
Sunday
Closed

*We are open 1 Saturday per month.

Sea to Sky Optometry is proud to offer a mobile clinic that can easily visit your school, business, or community. Currently, we have helped the communities of:

  • Bella Coola – Nuxalk Nation
  • Mount Currie – Lil’wat Nation
  • Pavillion Lake – Ts’kw’aylaxw First Nation
  • Rivers Inlet – Wuikinuxv Nation
  • In-SHUCK-ch Nation – Q’aLaTKu7eM First Nation
  • SkookumChuck – Skatin Nations
  • Port Douglas – Tipella First Nation
  • D’Arcy – N’Quatqua
  • Klemtu – Kitasoo / Xai’Xais First Nation 

Contact us today for more information and to book your mobile clinic visit!


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Orthokeratology Contact Lenses

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Orthokeratology Contact Lenses

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Ortho-K (Be Free) lenses are specially designed gas permeable contact lenses that you wear overnight. While you sleep, the lenses gently reshape the front surface of your eye (cornea) so that you can see clearly when you wake up without the need for glasses or contact lenses. They are prescribed to correct myopia and slow […]

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Mindy Blumberg

Ortho-K (Be Free) lenses are specially designed gas permeable contact lenses that you wear overnight. While you sleep, the lenses gently reshape the front surface of your eye (cornea) so that you can see clearly when you wake up without the need for glasses or contact lenses. They are prescribed to correct myopia and slow […]

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What does your baby see?

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What does your baby see?

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Vision development in babies is just as important as learning to crawl or communicate. Vision development happens slowly over time and it is important that they have healthy eyes to meet vision milestones as well as developmental milestones. At birth, babies can focus on objects about 30cm from their face and are not able to […]

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May 12, 2022
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Mindy Blumberg

Vision development in babies is just as important as learning to crawl or communicate. Vision development happens slowly over time and it is important that they have healthy eyes to meet vision milestones as well as developmental milestones. At birth, babies can focus on objects about 30cm from their face and are not able to […]

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Dry Eye Disease

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Dry Eye Disease

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Do you have dry eyes?  Dry eye disease can affect your vision as your tear layer is the first surface that light hits as it enters your eye. An inadequate tear film can be like looking through a car windshield that has streaks left by old wiper blades. Dry eyes cannot be cured but needs […]

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May 9, 2022
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Mindy Blumberg

Do you have dry eyes?  Dry eye disease can affect your vision as your tear layer is the first surface that light hits as it enters your eye. An inadequate tear film can be like looking through a car windshield that has streaks left by old wiper blades. Dry eyes cannot be cured but needs […]

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