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High technology eye exams with optometrists on demand

New technology to capture full health screenings, contacts & eyeglass prescriptions with our trained technicians and optometrists on demand with video consultations. This is an interactive experience including a digital report of your eye health and video consultation with an optometrist on demand.

This new technology includes:

Wide angle superview eye photos

  • Optomap retinal photos with 200 degree views to see the periphery of the retina to detect retinal detachments, holes, and tears.

3D eye scans to detect eye diseases sooner

  • OCT scans of the macula to detect macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy

Peripheral vision & depth perception testing

  • Virtual reality peripheral vision testing to detect glaucoma

Cataract & Corneal Photography

  • Digital images to detect dry eye and cataracts for accurate treatment plans

Glasses & Contact lenses

  • Digital assessment of prescriptions done by optometrists

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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