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Low Vision Co-Management in Kelowna, BC

When patients experience reduced visual ability, occasionally categorized as legally blind, these patients may actually retain some degree of functional eyesight that can be assisted. At , Dr. Hayley Valgardson is our low vision eye doctor, who helps improve the vision of patients who suffer from vision loss due to eye...

Disease Management for Practitioners

Many practitioners and eye doctors treat a wide range of eye disease in Kelowna, BC but only a few doctors can provide the necessary testing to get a clear, complete picture of each patient. Younger patients will likely need a simple slit lamp to get a thorough checkup, but older...

Blepharitis and Demodex Mites

Blepharitis refers to a dry eye disease caused by inflammation of the eyelids. Blepharitis often displays redness, irritation, itchiness, and dandruff-like scales across the eyelashes. One of the most common causes of blepharitis is Demodex. What is Demodex? Tiny mites that live in the hair follicle is called Demodex. Demodex,...

Rigid Gas Permeable Fittings (RGPs) and Scleral Lens Fittings in Kelowna, BC

When a hard-to-fit patient requires the next level of care, consider co-managing with Vision Support and Dry Eye Centre’s Dr. Sklapsky. We have helped countless hard-to-fit patients achieve amazing vision. Plus, these same continue to see their local optometrist for their annual eye exams.

Co-Manage Dry Eye & LipiFlow with VSDE

Want to provide your dry eye patients with more advanced care & become a dry eye expert? Co-manage with Vision Support Centre for your dry eye care needs.

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We are following the recommendations of the BC College of Optometrists and are open for ESSENTIAL AND URGENT CARE only at this time.

Please contact our head office at 855 559 2020 if you have an emergency or require immediate care which cannot wait (including eye infection, red eye, eye injury, foreign body, flashers or floaters, broken frames or lenses without any back up pair). We will arrange for you to speak with one of our Optometrists who can assess and see you as needed. Please DO NOT go to an Emergency Room. If you wish to order contacts, please call our head office who can also assist with this.

We consider the health of our community to be of the utmost priority and we thank you for your patience during these challenging times.