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Experience Clearer Vision

If you suffer from a refractive error, your vision needs to be corrected by using glasses, laser eye surgery, or contact lenses to see clearly. Contacts are a simple, noninvasive, and quick solution for clearer vision. 

Some people have been told their eyes aren’t able to wear contact lenses or they have found them rather uncomfortable. At Total Focus Optometry, we want to find the right pair of contacts lenses for every patient that’s interested in wearing them.

Our Contact Lens Fitting Process

When you visit for contact lenses, our team runs serval tests to learn what lenses will be the most comfortable and what’s needed to correct certain issues. During RPG lens fittings, we use corneal topography, a device that provides us with a 3D map of your cornea.

To better understand what type of contact lenses would work best for you, we’ll also typically do the following:

  • Discuss how long you want to wear your contact lenses (daily, weekly, monthly, etc.)
  • Identify eye conditions that could prevent you from wearing contact lenses (like dry eye disease)
  • Assess vision problems that need specific contact lenses to correct

Our Specialty Contact Lenses

To help the vision and the eye comfort of our patients, we offer specialty lenses. These lenses help correct specific vision issues. Our team will recommend if these contact lenses are right for you.

RGP Contact Lenses

Rigid gas permeable (RGP) lenses are easy to use, durable lenses. RGP lenses provide patients with clear, crisp vision and can be used to correct astigmatism. However, some patients may find these lenses slightly less comfortable than soft contact lenses.

MiSight 1 day contact lenses are designed for children to control the progression of myopia. The lenses are made to be easy to use for younger patients. MiSight lenses are also excellent for those involved in sports, as they no longer have to wear glasses

Find Your Lenses

Our team at Total Focus Optometry is excited to help you find your ideal pair of contact lenses!

Our Location

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From our practice’s architecturally stunning office to our warm and welcoming staff, visiting Total Focus Optometry is always an enjoyable experience.

Our team can’t wait to meet new patients and see friendly returning faces!

Our Address

  • 3352 Gateway Blvd. NW
  • Edmonton, AB T6J 6V1

Contact Information

Hours of Operation

  • Monday: 9:00 AM 6:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 8:30 AM 8:30 PM
  • Wednesday: 9:00 AM 6:00 PM
  • Thursday: 8:30 AM 8:30 PM
  • Friday: 9:00 AM 6:00 PM
  • Saturday: 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
  • Sunday: Closed

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Common Retinal Diseases

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The retina is the part in the backside of the eye which transmits images to your brain. If you do not have a healthy retina, you will have problems with your vision. Moreover, the retinal disorder can affect the tissue and impact your vision. Even it can cause blindness.  The most common retinal diseases include […]

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January 24, 2022
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Preventing Digital Eyestrain

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Using screens either for work or entertainment has become one of the most prevalent parts of our lives. You need to use screens for almost every task to keep up with your daily life. However, it leads to dry eyes, tiredness, blurry vision, shoulders, and neck pain. It is because of the constant use of […]

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September 30, 2021
Total Focus

All You Need to Know About Dry Eyes

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Are you facing irritation in your eyes and blurry vision? It may be a sign of dry eyes. National Eye Institute has reported that more than 100 million people are suffering from this painful disease worldwide.   Dry eyes are a chronic lack of lubrication and moisture on the surface of the eye. It may […]

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September 23, 2021
Total Focus

The retina is the part in the backside of the eye which transmits images to your brain. If you do not have a healthy retina, you will have problems with your vision. Moreover, the retinal disorder can affect the tissue and impact your vision. Even it can cause blindness.  The most common retinal diseases include […]

Read More…

Using screens either for work or entertainment has become one of the most prevalent parts of our lives. You need to use screens for almost every task to keep up with your daily life. However, it leads to dry eyes, tiredness, blurry vision, shoulders, and neck pain. It is because of the constant use of […]

Read More…

Are you facing irritation in your eyes and blurry vision? It may be a sign of dry eyes. National Eye Institute has reported that more than 100 million people are suffering from this painful disease worldwide.   Dry eyes are a chronic lack of lubrication and moisture on the surface of the eye. It may […]

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