VILLAGE OPTICAL, YOUR LOCAL EYE DOCTORS IN WINNIPEG, MANITOBA.
At Village Optical, we are proud to have been serving our community for over 30 years. We are a locally-owned small business and work hard every day to earn our patients’ trust.
Whether you’ve been with us from the start or are meeting our team for the first time, we strive to deliver thorough and personalized care to meet your family’s eyecare needs. We direct bill most major insurance companies for your convenience. .
We pride ourselves on using state-of-the-art equipment to diagnose, explain, and treat your eye health. Our Optometrists believe it is important for you to understand your ocular health, and always take the time to explain your exam results and their recommendations.
Conveniently located in St. Vital, we see patients from across Winnipeg and Manitoba. Whether you’re from St. Boniface, Ste. Adolphe, or Ste. Rose du Lac, we are happy to provide quality eyecare to you and your family.
After your exam, our full-service frame gallery has hundreds of frames and sunglasses to suit every budget, and with our high-quality lenses you will look and see your best. If contact lenses are more your style, we fit soft, hard, and specialty lenses, including Ortho-keratology!
Here at Village Optical, we’ve been delivering quality eyecare for over 30 years. We are honoured to meet new patients who have heard about us from a friend or loved one, and are grateful for every new recommendation. Thank you to the patients who have helped us get here, and thank you to the new patients who will help us grow! We are confident that once you visit us for an eye exam, you will be back for your next one!
Congratulations to Village Optical for your Award-Winning Support of the 2020 World Sight Day Challenge
Your donations will help give sight to more than 1.2 billion people without access to basic eye care and glasses
Q&A with Dr. Murray | Dr. Murray Answers Your Eye Care Questions
Q. Why is it important for my family to have an annual eye exam?
A. Eye problems often have no symptoms, until the problem becomes severe enough to effect vision. Having an annual eye exam is important to detect eye problems before they become a threat to your vision and health. During your exam, your eye doctor will look for eye muscle imbalance, vision disorders, and eye disease that could potentially cause future problems.
Don’t wait until you or your children have trouble with your vision. In addition to detecting vision changes, regular eye exams can also detect life-threatening conditions like a brain tumor and high cholesterol.
Pediatric Eye Care
We love kids...Kids love us
Children's vision is often overlooked. It is harder for children to describe their vision in a way that adults understand. Unless... You know what you are listening for.