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    1.Optical Shop Ltd the

    10524 82 Avenue Northwest

    Optical Shop Ltd the is a 5-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

    good service
    price is middle
    many brand
    thats it...
  • 2.Total Focus Northgate


    9499 137 Avenue

    Edmonton, AB T5J

    Total Focus Northgate is a 3-star Eye Doctor7 Reviews

  • 3.Village Eye Centre


    12765 50 Street Northwest

    Edmonton, AB T5A4L8

    Village Eye Centre is a 2-star Eye Doctor3 Reviews

  • 4.Total Eyes


    144 Meadowlark Health C

    Edmonton, AB T5J

    Total Eyes is a 1-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

  • 5.Southgate Vision Care


    701 Southgate Shopping Center Northwest

    Edmonton, AB T6H4M6

    Southgate Vision Care is a 1-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

  • 6.Pearle Vision, West Edmonton Mall


    Edmonton, AB T5J

    Pearle Vision, West Edmonton Mall is a 1-star Eye Doctor2 Reviews

  • 7.vceyes

    #148, 15277 Castle Downs Road

    vceyes is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 8.Alberta College of Optometrists

    9622 42 Avenue NW
    Edmonton, AB T6E 5Y4

    Alberta College of Optometrists is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 9.Optometrists Clinic

    268 Mayfield Common NW
    Edmonton, AB T5P 4B3

    Optometrists Clinic is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 10.Lendrum Eyecare

    5822-111 Street
    Edmonton, AB T6H 3G1

    Lendrum Eyecare is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

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  • Pearle Vision, West Edmonton Mall

    Pearle Vision, West Edmonton Mall is 1-star2 Reviews

    There are only four words I can use to describe this location, BAD SERVICE & BAD QUALITY. If I could give this place ZERO stars, I would! I had a simple order which I was not 100% satisfied with so

  • Southgate Vision Care

    Southgate Vision Care is 1-star1 Reviews

    Dissatisfied with glasses there. Not well made. Too overpriced.

  • Total Eyes

    Total Eyes is 1-star1 Reviews

    I would give this place 0 stars. Incredibly terrible service. I'd gouge my eyes out before going here again.

  • Village Eye Centre

    Village Eye Centre is 2-star3 Reviews

    I went to the eye centre few times. I spent $90 for eye exam and $700 for a new pair of glasses. The doctors are nice. However, the staffs are not so friendly.I was five mintues late for my appointment.

  • Optical Shop Ltd the

    Optical Shop Ltd the is 5-star1 Reviews

    good service price is middlemany brandthats it

  • Total Focus Northgate

    Total Focus Northgate is 3-star7 Reviews

    Total Focus have a very good service. they take care of your request and they are not like other places where all what emplyees care about is selling glasses... at total Focus.. they help so much.. but if you decide

  • Recently Added

  • Aos Group

    Aos Group is 0-star0 Reviews

    12318 Jasper Avenue NW
    Edmonton, AB T5N 3K5

  • Bain Frank Dr Optometrist

    Bain Frank Dr Optometrist is 0-star0 Reviews


    12318 Jasper Avenue Northwest

    Edmonton, AB T5N3K5

  • Apex Vision

    Apex Vision is 0-star0 Reviews

    6104 172st
    Edmonton, AB
    T6M 1G9

  • Ash Jennifer M Optometrist

    Ash Jennifer M Optometrist is 0-star0 Reviews


    2112 Londonderry Mall Northwest

    Edmonton, AB T5C3C8

  • Baker Optical

    Baker Optical is 0-star0 Reviews


    Edmonton, AB T5J

  • Atwell A Dr Optometrist

    Atwell A Dr Optometrist is 0-star0 Reviews


    10150 Jasper Avenue Northwest

    Edmonton, AB T5J1W4

  • Barry C Nolt, OD

    Barry C Nolt, OD is 0-star0 Reviews

    10405 Jasper Avenue
    Edmonton, AB T5J 3N4

  • Baker Optical

    Baker Optical is 0-star0 Reviews


    10025 106 Street Northwest

    Edmonton, AB T5J1G3

  • Ash Jennifer Dr Optometrist

    Ash Jennifer Dr Optometrist is 0-star0 Reviews


    4211 106 Street Northwest

    Edmonton, AB T6J6P3

  • Atwell A Dr Optometrist

    Atwell A Dr Optometrist is 0-star0 Reviews


    12765 50 Street Northwest

    Edmonton, AB T5A4L8

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  • Well, yes, Hillary Clinton has just been reported that she got double vision, and she has to take off her contact lenses and wear glasses for a short time. And that change has just attracted all the attention from all over the world, especially American politics. They even guess if she has got some serious sickness or not. But on the other hand, according to some new papers, the eyeglasses worn by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in recent days appear to be for treating double-vision. So there is no worry about her eyes.

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