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Welcome to Vivid Vision
Your Optometrist in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta

Call us at (780) 998-7756 today.

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Vivid Vision is your Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta eye doctor, offering both scheduled appointments and emergency vision care.

Overview of Our Clinic Serving Fort Saskatchewan

We provide personal attention to both adults and children requiring exams, surgery, Ortho-K lenses and more.

Brief Background of Our Clinic and Areas we Serve

Our Fort Saskatchewan Vivid Vision Clinic also serves Fort Saskatchewan, Gibbons, Lamont, Redwater, Smoky Lake, Ardrossan, Sherwood Park,  and Waskatenau. You will find us by Highway 15 near Turner Park. 

Meet our Doctor and Staff

Dr. Breanna Fletcher grew up on a farm outside Smoky Lake, which is about 90 kilometers from the Fort. She practiced in both the United States and Canada and completed her Doctorate of Optometry in 2014. One of her specialties is ocular disease management and continues to promote eye care services to rural and under deserved regions.

Heather, a licensed optician, has lived in Alberta, CA for 13 years. She studied at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology and is a member of the Opticians Association of Canada. Optician Janet Vervynck has more than 40 years of experience. She is a longstanding Alberta Opticians Association Examination Board member and helped develop the NAIT optician educational course.

Tricia, who is born and raised in Fort Saskatchewan, became a part of the Vivid Vision crew after a dental assistant career change. Roxy is our office administrator, and she manages appointment bookings, orders supplies, and maintains patient files.

Summary of Our Eye Exam Services

  • Comprehensive Eye Exams – We ask you about your current symptoms plus we test visual acuity using an eye chart. In addition, we examine your depth perception, color vision and eye muscle movements, and we conduct retinal light refraction tests.
  • Contact Lens Exams & Fittings – If contacts are right for you, we test your vision based on how you would see through them instead of glasses. For instance, we offer hard-to-fit or rigid gas permeable contacts, and we offer soft lenses. Before your fitting, we consider all issues including eye infections, allergies, dry eyes, and cornea shapes causing nearsightendess, far sightedness or astigmatism.
  • Prescription Eyeglasses & Sunglasses – We all need a little sun, but some of us also need prescription sunglasses to protect our eyes from harmful UV rays. Your optometrist in Fort Saskatchewan recommends eyewear that blocks at least 99 percent of UV rays and 75-90 percent of visible light.

Contact Vivid Vision in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta for an Appointment Today!

Contact Vivid Vision for an appointment at (780) 998-7756. You can also inquire online or visit our Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta clinic.

Dr. Breanna Fletcher
Fort Saskatchewan Optometrist | Vivid Vision | (780) 998-7756
10404 99 Ave #156
Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta T8L 3W2

Fort Saskatchewan's Family Eye Care Clinic. Serving the community for over 20 years!

 Come meet our newest Optometrist Dr. Breanna Fletcher and the team.

Our clinic will be moving to a new location in Fort Saskatchewan in the summer 2019. Stay tuned for more exciting details.

Meet The Optometrist

  • Dr. Breanna Fletcher

    Dr. Fletcher grew up on a farm just outside Smoky Lake, Alberta. She attended H.A.Kostash school from kindergarten through grade 12. She then completed her undergraduate schooling at the University of Alberta before being accepted to the State University of New York, where she graduated with a Doctorate of Optometry in 2014.

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Our Location

Our Hours

Monday:

9:00 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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