How to prepare for your appointment at Terra Vision Care


What to bring:


  • Insurance documentation

  • Your glasses, if you have a pair


​You may wear your contact lenses to your appointment, but please bring your contact lens case to store them in.


If you are coming in for a dilation, please recall that you will be blurry and light sensitive for about 4-6 hours after your appointment. It would be best to bring sunglasses and arrange for a ride home if necessary.

Frequently Asked Questions 

​​​​​What is covered under Alberta Health Care?


Children under 19 years of age and seniors 65 years of age and over are eligiblefor a complete exam, partial exam, and one diagnostic procedure per benefit year (July 1 to June 30).


Alberta residents 19–64 years old, who require an eye examination for a medical condition, episode of illness or trauma, may be eligible for an eye examination if the optometrist deems it as an insured eye examination.

Can I put new prescription lenses into my own frame?


Yes. As long as the frame is in good condition, lenses with your new prescription can be edged into your own frame.


Terra Vision Care can directly bill: 

Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan


Great-West Life


Green Shield Canada


Sun Life Financial Canada‎


Standard Life




Alberta Blue Cross