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Investing in Technology That Serves Your Vision

We’re passionate about helping Albertan families find comprehensive eye care.

By investing in technology that allows us to build a 360 degree digital footprint and database of your eye, we can monitor small changes and focus on preventative care.   Your eye health, visual skills, and vision quality are our priority.  We work hard to bring you the crisp, clear, reliable vision you need to live life fully.

Find out how we can serve your vision by booking an appointment with our team today. At Aurora Eye Care, our focus is always on you.

The Tools We Use Define the Care We Provide

Proactive care is the key to managing your eye health. The tools we use help us understand how your eyes operate and what we can do to support your vision.

Please feel free to talk to our team if you have any questions regarding our technologies. We’re happy to walk you through our process and ensure your experience with us is comprehensive and comfortable.

Eye Exam Technology

Ocular coherence tomography (OCT) is a device our team uses to take highly detailed cross-sectional images of your retina, measure its thickness, and detect eye diseases.

With this device, our team can help detect signs of glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, and diabetes-related eye diseases.

Fundus photography captures detailed images of your fundus, the part of your eye that includes your retina, macula, optic disc, and retinal blood vessels.

We may use this device to look for signs of glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetes-related eye diseases, and retinal detachment.

Goldmann applanation tonometry is the industry-standard device for measuring your eyes’ internal pressure levels, known as intraocular pressure (IOP).

For this process, we use a small probe to gently flatten your cornea, measuring its resistance to determine your IOP.

Measuring your IOP is one of the ways we can detect signs of glaucoma, a disease that affects your optic nerve.

The iCare tonometer is a handheld tonometry device we may use to measure your eyes’ internal pressure levels, also known as intraocular pressure (IOP).

The iCare tonometer measures your eyes’ IOP by using a small probe to gently flatten your cornea, using its resistance to determine IOP levels.

Using this device, we can help detect signs of glaucoma.

Contact Lens Fitting & Laser Eye Surgery Evaluation Technology

Corneal topography is a device we use to create a 3D map of your cornea, the clear front part of your eye.

We may use corneal topography to look for issues like growths, scarring, astigmatism, and keratoconus. The information this device provides is instrumental in determining what types of contacts may best serve you and if you’re a candidate for laser eye surgery.

Anterior segment ocular coherence tomography is a device we may use to examine your eyes’ anterior segment, including the cornea, iris, lens, and anterior chamber.

Using this device can help us get a clear understanding of your cornea, helping us detect corneal conditions and determine if you’re a candidate for laser eye surgery.

Slit-lamp photography can help our team examine your eye’s anterior segment (cornea, lens, iris, and anterior chamber) and look for issues that may affect your vision.

We may use this device to look for signs of cataracts, abnormal blood vessels, and pterygium.

Zeiss Atlas software and technology can help our team take a complete, comprehensive view of your eye’s anterior segment, including the cornea, iris, lens, and more.

Using this device can give our team the information we need to determine your candidacy for laser eye surgery and contact lenses or detect issues like cataracts.

Dry Eye Technology


Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) is a common issue that can lead to dry eye disease. It occurs when blockages form in the meibomian glands.These glands line the upper and lower eyelid margins and are responsible for producing the oil content in your tear film.

The iLux is a handheld, in-office treatment we may recommend to help treat your MGD. The iLux can help to clear the blockages in your oil producing glands by applying gentle heat and pressure along your eyelid margins. This will allow these oil glands to return to supporting your tear film with oils.

Please visit our Dry Eye Disease Consultation page for more information on this device and dry eyes.

Vision Therapy Technology

Vivid Vision

Vivid Vision is a computer-based, virtual reality vision therapy program we can offer to help correct issues related to amblyopia (lazy eye) and strabismus (crossed eyes).

We proudly offer Vivid Vision to children and adults, and we can tailor the treatment to fit your unique needs.

Please visit our Vision Therapy Treatment page for more information.

See the Difference at Aurora Eye Care

Our goal is to bring you and your family a one-of-a-kind eye care experience. Find out how Aurora Eye Care can support your family’s vision and book an appointment with us today!

Our Locations

Grande Prairie

Our location is on the corner of 92nd Street and 100th Avenue, right across from Starbucks in the same plaza as Shoppers Drug Mart.

  • 101 9920 92 St.
  • Grande Prairie, AB T8X 0E7


We’re located right on the main road heading west on 4th Avenue, just past the Scotiabank on the left.

  • 5015 4th Ave.
  • Edson, AB T7E 1V2


Find us right underneath the clock on Connaught Drive, nestled in the alcove, with plenty of street parking available.

  • 622C Connaught Dr.
  • Jasper, AB T0E 1E0

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– Aurora Eye Care

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