A Modern Progressive Vision Clinic

Welcome to Louie Eyecare Centre: Edmonton's Eye Care Clinic

For over 25 years, Louie Eyecare Centre, a distinguished eye care clinic and vision care destination, has been an integral part of the 124 Street community. Located in Westmount, Edmonton, we offer comprehensive eye exams and early detection services on a street buzzing with the city’s finest independent restaurants, bakeries, art galleries, and boutique services. Displayed in our spacious front store is our collection of unique designer eyeglasses and sunglasses, many exclusive only to our office. Our eye care specialists specialize in finding stylish vision solutions for the hard-to-fit faces. For some face shapes, it’s difficult to find quality frames that are comfortable and still look great. At Louie Eyecare Centre, people turn to us when they have had difficulties in the past, and we strive to have frames for all those face shapes – the Asian lines of frames, the European lines of frames – ensuring the right fit for you to look great! We also carry a full line of creative, colourful children’s eyewear for the little ones in your family.

Protect Your Eyes

Early detection and management of preventable ocular diseases and eye issues can prevent future serious complications.

Shop Designer Products

Our collection includes many different styles, so you're sure to find one that suits your unique style and personality.

Support Local Business

Louie Eyecare Centre has been part of the 124 Street community for over 25 years. We proud to serve the people of Edmonton


Contact Lens Evaluations

Get an eye examination and fitting of contact lenses for safe and effective use.

Ocular Health/Emergency Eye Exams

Detect eye disease early to protect your eyesight.

Seniors Eye Exams

Seniors should get an eye exam every year.

Adults Eye Exams

Adults should get an eye exam every two years.

Louie Eyecare Centre



Glaucoma is a progressive condition that can develop slowly over time.


Keratoconus is a progressive eye disease that causes the cornea to thin and gradually bulge outward into a cone shape.

Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy is a diabetes-related eye disease affecting the retina.

Computer Vision Syndrome

Computer Vision Syndrome is a leading cause of eye strain.

Dry Eyes

Dry eyes can cause pain and discomfort if left untreated


Blepharitis is a common, chronic condition involving inflammation of the eyelids.


Cataracts are a clouding of the eye’s lens.

Colour Blindness/Deficiency

Colour Blindness/Deficiency is a condition that alters colour perception.

West Edmonton Eye Care Clinic

Visit our eye care clinic in central West Edmonton for comprehensive eye exams, contact lens fittings, glasses, and more. Louie Eyecare Centre is dedicated to providing the highest quality optometric services and products to our patients. Our team of experienced optometrists is here to help you with all of your eye care needs. Schedule an appointment today!

Clinic Hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday 9:00-5:00
Wednesday 9:00-5:00
Thursday 9:00-5:00
Friday 9:00-5:00
Saturday 9:00-2:00
Closed Sunday / Holidays


Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, there are cosmetic contact lenses available for people who wish to change or enhance the appearance of their eyes. These lenses come in various colours and designs, allowing you to alter your eye colour or create special effects. Cosmetic contact lenses are available both with and without vision correction. However, it’s crucial to obtain these lenses from a reputable source and with a prescription from an eye care professional. Wearing non-prescription cosmetic lenses without proper guidance can lead to eye discomfort, infections, or even depriving the cornea of necessary oxygen to function which can lead to serious health and vision issues.

Allergies can cause eye irritation and discomfort, making wearing contact lenses challenging for some individuals. However, certain types of contact lenses, such as daily disposables or lenses made from specific materials, might be more suitable for allergy sufferers. Consult your optometrist to discuss your allergy symptoms and determine the most appropriate contact lens options or if prescription allergy eye drops are recommended. Proper lens care, including regular cleaning and avoiding allergens that exacerbate symptoms, is essential to manage allergies while wearing contact lenses.

Contact lenses can exacerbate symptoms in individuals with dry eyes. However, some contact lens options are designed to alleviate discomfort for those with dry eyes. Specialized lenses, such as those with high moisture content or designed for extended wear, might be suitable. Your optometrist can recommend specific contact lens types or prescribe lubricating eye drops to help manage dry eye symptoms while wearing lenses. It’s essential to discuss your dry eye condition with your eye care professional before starting or continuing contact lens wear to ensure the best possible comfort and eye health.

If a contact lens feels stuck in your eye, try not to panic. Firstly, wash your hands thoroughly and use lubricating eye drops approved for contact lens wear to moisten your eye. Gently massage your upper eyelid while looking in the direction of the affected eye to help dislodge the lens. If the lens remains stuck, avoid excessive rubbing, as this can cause irritation. Try blinking or using rewetting drops to see if the lens moves. If unsuccessful, seek immediate assistance from an eye care professional to safely and effectively remove the contact lens.

While contact lenses are safe when used properly, there are risks associated with their wear. These risks include eye infections, corneal ulcers, allergic reactions, dry eyes, and discomfort. Improper hygiene, extended wear, sleeping with lenses on, and swimming or showering with lenses can increase the likelihood of these complications. It’s crucial to follow your optometrist’s guidelines, practice good hygiene, and adhere to wearing schedules to minimize the risks associated with contact lens wear. Immediate consultation with an eye care professional is necessary if you experience any discomfort, redness, or vision changes while wearing contact lenses.

It’s highly advisable to avoid wearing contact lenses while swimming or showering. Water, including tap water, pools, hot tubs, lakes, and oceans, contains microorganisms that can adhere to your lenses and cause eye infections. These microorganisms can lead to severe eye conditions, such as bacterial or fungal keratitis, which can be painful and sight-threatening. Always remove your contact lenses before any water activities to prevent potential eye infections and complications.