At eye-deology Vision Care, we believe that individuals deserve the best eye care available and that eye care should be a personalized, informative and engaging experience. We value the health of, and relationships with our patients first and foremost. This patient-first mindset guarantees that patients receive the best eye care.
eye-deology Vision Care provides eye care services and eyewear products to the Edmonton region. Established in 2017 by Dr. Jennifer Ash OD, eye-deology Vision Care blends expertise, advanced technologies, patient education, exceptional service and modern eyewear to provide patients with the best eye care experience in the Edmonton, St. Albert, Morinville, Sherwood Park and Fort Saskatchewan areas.
Dr. Jennifer Ash has been providing optometric services to patients in the Edmonton area for more than 12 years. In addition, Dr. Ash's residency at the University of California, Berkeley uniquely equipped her with the experience and knolwedge to fit specialty contact lenses. Combined, her Associates represent an additional 20 years of experience in optometry and optician services.
eye-deology Vision Care provides personalized, patient-first eye care. This means that each patient will receive the care to address their unique, personal needs. Whether it be for health, vision, or eyewear patients can trust that they will be cared for like family - nothing but the best!
Advanced technologies are essential to perform modern comprehensive eye exams. They allow eye diseases and conditions to be detected earlier than with traditional tools. The modern diagnostic equipment available at eye-deology Vision Care differentiates us from many other optical clinics in the region. You will see the difference!
Eyewear is evolving every year - new brands, styles, colours, materials, and features. eye-deology Vision Care offers a great selection of modern eyewear options including single-vision and multi-focal glasses, sunglasses, contact lenses, prescription safety glasses, prescription sport glasses, and more!
A priority at eye-deology is to educate and inform patients throughout the eye care process. Ever wonder why there are so many tests? Puzzled why someone is measuring your face? We will educate and inform you throughout the examination and eyewear selection processes.
We believe that by combining personalized care, education, technology, modern eyewear, and exceptional service, we can provide patients with a unique experience. We enjoy helping people and strive to make the experience for patients enjoyable and stress free.
eye-deology Vision Care offers a comprehensive suite of eye care services and eyewear products. Optometric eye care services include comprehensive eye exams, specialty testing (Wide-Angle Digital Scanning, OCT & Topographer), eye disease (e.g., glaucoma and macular degeneration) diagnosis and treatment, laser eye surgery co-management, and emergency (e.g., foreign body removal) services. Eyewear products and services include prescription eyeglasses, safety glasses and sunglasses, custom contact lens fitting, professional eyewear fitting, and more.
Child | Adult | Senior | Diabetic
Our comprehensive eye exams can include more than 20 individual screening tests and scans. Healthy children and young adults often only require the core screening tests, while contact lens wearers, laser eye surgery patients, seniors, and individuals with symptoms or medical issues, such as diabetes, typically require additional advanced tests and scans.
Scanner | OCT | Topography
We provide a number of specialty testing services. eye-deology Vision Care uses advanced modern technologies like digital retinal scanners, Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), and a corneal topographer to generate wide-angle, high resolution, 3D images of the retina and cornea. These technologies promote the early detection and treatment of eye diseases.
Glaucoma | AMD | Dry Eye
eye-deology Vision Care optometrists can treat and/or co-manage a variety of eye conditions, disorders and diseases. These include everything from treating refractive errors with prescription eyewear to treating glaucoma and dry eye disorder, or to co-managing diseases like age-related macular degeneration with an ophthalmologist.
Glasses | Contact Lenses | Safety
eye-deology Vision Care offers a great selection of prescription eyewear, including eyeglass frames and lenses, contact lenses, sunglasses, and safety eyewear. With our onsite lab and modern eyewear dispensary centre, our opticians can provide you with customized eyewear solutions that fit your lifestyle, corrective needs, and budget.
The eye-deology Vision Care team believes that knowledge exchange is an essential part of the eye care process so that patients can make informed decisions and choices. Topics frequently discussed with patients and their families are presented below.
An individual's vision can change dramatically during the early and later stages of their life. Accordingly, annual eye exams are recommended for children and seniors. Healthy adults are recommended to have an eye exam every two years. However, adults with health conditions, like diabetes or with strong prescriptions are recommended to visit their optometrist annually.
Diabetics are encouraged to have regular eye exams to look for changes in the blood vessels of the retina indicative of diabetic retinopathy - a disease, that left untreated, can lead to blindness. Using advanced technologies to capture wide-angle, high resolution images of the retina, eye-deology Vision Care doctors can detect and treat diabetic retinopathy early in its development.
Glaucoma can be treated with eye drops, oral medication, laser surgery, traditional surgery, or a combination of them. If detected early, glaucoma can be successfully managed with eye drops or medication. Advanced glaucoma typically requires laser or traditional surgery. The goal of all of these treatments is to prevent loss of vision, as vision loss from glaucoma is irreversible.
It is essential that eyeglasses fit both your face and head so that the lenses are properly aligned with your eyes. Frames that are too large can slip, misaligning the optics, which in turn can cause headaches. Frames that are too small can pinch, scratch, and/or irritate the sides of your face. Improperly sized frames can also cause discomfort behind the ears or on the bridge of the nose.
Annual eye exams are essential for maintaining and monitoring your occular and physical health.