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Single Vision Promotion

Single Vision Promotion

John Doe 18/11/2017 0
Our eye doctors and optometrist assistants will help you to find the best pair of glasses for your needs.   Stop by and take advantage of our end-of-year promotion; single vision complete set for $ 150.00 CAD, and the second pair with 50% off!. You can use it as spare pair, reading pair, just a different look, or share it with your replicate (twin)!   Few restrictions apply: Applicable for selected frames. Applicable for prescription cylinders under 2.0. If it is above additional fees will apply depending on the prescription. Second eyewear only suitable for the same patient; the pres...
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Free Eye Exam for Children

Free Eye Exam for Children

John Doe 28/10/2017 0
The most important thing in every parent’s life is his or her child. If your kids live in Alberta, Canada and they have the provincial Alberta Health Care, they are covered! This applies for people under 18 years old.   Parents go to extensive lengths to make their children’s lives easier and provide them with every opportunity they may not have had.   That’s why it’s so important to get your child’s eyes checked!     Children can sometimes go through years of undiagnosed vision problems causing problems in school, sports, and even in their social life. You may have given them every o...
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Our services are among the best!

Our services are among the best!

John Doe 16/09/2017 0
It is super exciting to share this great news! At the end of August of 2017 we received a recognition letter regarding our services and professionalism. This encourage us to keep improving and challenging ourselves to provide you the best of the best. We want to thank our customers for trusting on us, and if you have not experienced our services yet feel free to contact us to book an appointment or stop by our offices. The letter is bellow and you can check our rating in this link:   Dr. Carolina Navarrete, OD 10801 100 Street, Grande Prairie, AB, T8V 2M7   Three Best Rated (R) was crea...
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Genome surgery to prevent blindness

Genome surgery to prevent blindness

John Doe 15/03/2017 0
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) affects a site at the back of the eye, called the macula, on the retina. It causes vision to become blurred, distorted and a black spot appears in the center of the eyesight.   It is estimated that almost one in every ten people over 65 has some signs of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and its prevalence is likely to increase as a consequence of the aging population. AMD is a form of blindness, common in Caucasians, which causes distorted vision and blind spots. Scientists at the Center for Genome Engineering, within the Institute for Basic Sc...
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Review us on google and get a discount!

Review us on google and get a discount!

John Doe 15/03/2017 0
It is very exciting for us to announce that for March and April 2017 all the customers who give us a Google Review will be automatically winners of a discount from 5 % to 30 % off, for their next visit to our office. To be considered as a winner of this promotion you just have to answer the following questions as part of your review: How was your experience? What do you like most of Grande Prairie Eye Care? Click here if you want to do it now!     On your next visit, you just have to give us the details of your review (name and date), and you will draw a discount ticket from a shuf...
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Sun's UV rays are more dangerous in snow than on the beach

Sun's UV rays are more dangerous in snow than on the beach

John Doe 01/02/2017 0
The sun's ultraviolet rays are 2.5 times more dangerous in snow than on the beach, according to a new Japanese study. Scientists found that human eyes were more likely to be damaged by UV rays while skiing on the slopes in snow-covered areas compared to sitting on the beach.   The study examined the effects of light reflection on freshly fallen snow on a cross country ski trail in Ishikawa Prefecture, northern Japan.     The results were compared with the levels of UV rays on an artificial sand beach in southern Japan's tropical Okinawa Prefecture.   Scientists used two mannequin head...
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