Welcome to Louie Eyecare Centre: A Modern Progressive Vision Clinic

For over 25 years, Louie Eyecare Centre has been part of the fabric of the 124 Street community. Located in Westmount, Edmonton, along the street where the city’s finest independent restaurants, bakeries, art galleries, and boutique services gather. Displayed in our spacious front store is our collection of unique designer eye glasses, the latest in designer eye wear and sun glasses, many exclusive only to our office. Our office specializes in 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, we love to serve those who 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 – we will find the right fit for you and you will still look great! We also carry a full line of creative colourful children’s eyewear for the little ones in your family.


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 be a constant distraction 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.

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West Edmonton Vision Clinic

Visit our vision 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

Seniors can maintain good eye health by eating a healthy diet, wearing sunglasses to protect their eyes from UV rays, and avoiding smoking. They should also be vigilant about any changes in their vision and seek medical attention promptly if they experience any concerns.

If an eye condition is detected, the optometrist will discuss and educate the patient in a way that is easy to understand. If the condition requires treatment, they will discuss risks and benefits, and initiate treatment. If surgical intervention is required they will refer the senior to a specialist for further evaluation and treatment.

Seniors should make a list of any concerns or symptoms they are experiencing and bring it to their appointment. They should also bring any eyewear they are using or would like to ask questions about, as well as a list of any current medications.

An eye exam for seniors typically takes about 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the complexity of the exam.

Some optometrists offer tele-optometry services, which allow seniors to have an eye exam from the comfort of their own home using video conferencing technology.

Alberta Health Care covers eye exams for seniors aged 65 and older once every 12 months.