Frames & Lenses in Calgary

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Find Frames & Lenses to Fit Your Life

When eyewear is part of your everyday life, it’s important to find frames you can rely on. Correcting your vision can also be a fashion statement and an opportunity to showcase your personality. You deserve more from your eyewear, such as frames that feel comfortable and suit your face.

Finding stylish frames is only step one. Step two is making sure that your frames stay on your face comfortably. For frames that fit your life, visit Dr. Bishop & Associates.

The Importance of Fit

Poorly fitted frames are more than annoying–they’re not doing their job. 

An incorrect fit can cause headaches, eye fatigue, blurred vision, and increased pressure on your ears. Instead of constantly pushing up your glasses every time you tilt your head, you can have a comfortable fit. 

Eyewear can also act as a shield and protect your eyes from environmental or workplace hazards. The right fit is crucial to keeping your eyes safe.

Be confident wearing your eyeglasses. Visit us for frames and lens fittings.

What is Eyesafe?

Eyesafe is a free program from the Alberta Association of Optometrists. The program aims to provide workers and employers with the highest level of prescription and non-prescription safety eyewear. Eyesafe ensures that your safety eyewear fits your face, occupation, and visual needs. 

Because Eyesafe is not for profit, they can offer wholesale prices on all safety eyewear.

Whether you’re keeping out dangerous materials or blocking glare, eyewear is one tool you shouldn’t ignore. Find the balance between protection and comfort with Eyesafe and your optometrist.

Learn more about the Eyesafe program.

The Importance of Safety Eyewear

90% of eye injuries are preventable with appropriate eye protection. Chemicals, glass, wood shavings, and even dust could spell disaster for your eyes. Wearing protective eyewear is the first step in protecting your vision.

Eyewear Built for Protection

Covering your eyes is not the same as protecting your eyes. Although your everyday glasses or sunglasses are an essential part of your eye care, they may not be enough to save your eyes from potential danger. Safety eyewear is made and tested to withstand impact, chemical irritants, and other hazards.

You don’t need to give up corrective lenses for better safety. Prescription safety eyewear offers protection and corrective vision.

Contact us to learn about our prescription safety eyewear options, or check out our online store for quality eyewear accessories, goggles, and cleaning products.

Our Locations

You deserve the highest standard of eye care. Our 4 locations make it easy for you to receive quality eye care, no matter where you live.

Willow Park Village

  • 412 – 10816 Macleod Trail SE
  • Calgary, AB T2J 5N8

Legacy Township

  • 230 – 200 Hartell Way SE
  • Calgary, AB T2X 4S9

Beacon Hill

  • 610 – 11877 Sarcee Trail NW
  • Calgary, AB T3R 1W5

Northgate Village

  • 103 – 495 36 St NE
  • Calgary, AB T2A 6K3

News & Resources

Lumify Eye Drops: Everything You Need to Know

Eye health, Technology

If you frequently experience red, irritated eyes, your eye doctor may recommend Lumify, a new brand of eye drops in Canada. These eye drops are typically available over the counter from your optometrist. If you’re interested in Lumify eye drops, what do you need to know about this medication?  Lumify eye drops can help reduce […]

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November 4, 2022
Donald Bishop

IPL for Dry Eye: How It Works

Dry Eye, Eye health, Technology

Using technology, your eye doctor has several ways to help relieve dry eyes. One of these treatments is intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy. Your optometrist may recommend this treatment if it suits your dry eye needs—but how does it work?  Continue reading to learn more about dry eye and IPL, including how this treatment helps […]

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November 4, 2022
Donald Bishop

Pinguecula vs. Pterygium: What’s the Difference?

Eye health

If you’ve noticed small yellowish growths in your eyes or raised bumps on your eye surface, you may be experiencing a pinguecula or pterygium. It’s vital to understand that while these growths are commonly harmless, monitoring them to ensure they don’t become a problem down the road is essential.  Pingueculas and pterygiums are both non-cancerous, […]

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September 14, 2022
Donald Bishop
Close up shot of a man's head tilted back while putting a drop of Lumify eye drops.

If you frequently experience red, irritated eyes, your eye doctor may recommend Lumify, a new brand of eye drops in Canada. These eye drops are typically available over the counter from your optometrist. If you’re interested in Lumify eye drops, what do you need to know about this medication?  Lumify eye drops can help reduce […]

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A female patient is lying in an operating bed with her eyes covered by laser-protective goggles and a hair net on her head whit the female doctor is performing an IPL on her face to relieve the patient's dry eyes.

Using technology, your eye doctor has several ways to help relieve dry eyes. One of these treatments is intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy. Your optometrist may recommend this treatment if it suits your dry eye needs—but how does it work?  Continue reading to learn more about dry eye and IPL, including how this treatment helps […]

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A close up of an eye with pinguecula.

If you’ve noticed small yellowish growths in your eyes or raised bumps on your eye surface, you may be experiencing a pinguecula or pterygium. It’s vital to understand that while these growths are commonly harmless, monitoring them to ensure they don’t become a problem down the road is essential.  Pingueculas and pterygiums are both non-cancerous, […]

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