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Based on visual development, your child should have an eye exam at the age of 6-9months. This is a good time to make sure that vision is developing normally.

As a diabetic, BC Medical does pay for your eye exam up to once every 6 months. The maximum they pay is $45.73. Depending on the office you go to, the exam fee may be different and you would pay the difference. 

When you come in for your eye exam, you should bring your Carecard, a list of the medications and vitamins you take, any eyeglasses that you currently use and if you use contact lenses, come in wearing them. If you have extended health benefits, bring your plan information in as we may be able to bill the plan on your behalf.

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If you need contact lenses, drops or vitamins please leave a message at (604) 574-4527 or send us an email. We are checking messages and email daily and will ship directly to you.
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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

ATTENTION: Due to COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to close the office until further notice. We will continue to assess the situation and will post an update when we are able to re-open. In the meantime, in case of an emergency, you can reach Dr. Ashifa Nurani on her cell at 778-998-9912 during office hours.

 

We will also be checking phone messages and emails at the office on a daily basis.

 

Thank you for your support and understanding.

 

Please stay safe and healthy.

 

Cloverdale Optometry

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