Welcome to Foresight Eyecare

Your Eye Doctor in Calgary, AB

Our mission is to promote the long-term well being of our patients' eyes, providing thorough eye health care and quality optical solutions recommended by the doctor.

Your Calgary eye doctor knows that getting the right prescription for your eyeglasses or contact lenses is an important part of good eye care.

At Foresight Eyecare, in Calgary, AB, we take it a step further by taking time to focus on complete health with a preventative approach.  Our optometrists, Dr. Dianna Leong and Dr. Anh Bui, take the time to educate our patients and their families about their eyes. Dr. Leong follows through with personalized recommendations for vision needs and eye health. Dr. Leong also has a passion for diabetes eye care and education and a special interest in contact lenses and specialty fits. Dr. Bui has a special interest in vision therapy. Our optician assistants can follow through with careful selection of the right eyewear options for you at a family budget.

Our optometry clinic is located on the north side of Calgary with easy access from Deerfoot Trail, Airport Trail and Stoney Trail.   Bus access is convenient access along the main bus routes #301 and #300 (10 minutes directly from the Airport via bus).  We are also within walking distance to the communities of Country Hills, Harvest Hills, and Panorama Hills.

Q&A with Dr. B.

Dr. Bui Answers Your Eyecare Questions

Are carrots really the best food for my eyes?

A: Although carrots are very healthy, it is NOT the top eyefood. Kale has been called “Mother Nature’s sunglasses”. We offer a book called “Eyefoods”, in which one of the co-authors Dr. Laurie Capogna comments that the top 5 eye foods are: kale, orange peppers, spinach, eggs, and wild Alaskan salmon. They are rich in antioxidants and carotenoids to help prevent age-related macular degeneration, cataracts and other eye diseases.

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What % of UV exposure does the average person would receive by age 20?

Children have more transparent lenses in their eyes and more sensitive skin on their bodies. As a result, they are at greater risk of experiencing adverse effects of over-exposure to UV light. Read More.

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Foresight Eyecare Blog

An Active and Eye Safe Lifestyle

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10 Tips to Teach Children About Eye Safety

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When 20/20 Vision isn’t Enough For Your Child

Since studies show that learning is 80% visual, children with untreated vision problems can really suffer when it comes to...

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