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.

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Dr. Leong Answers Your Eyecare Questions

What are the Risks of Online Shopping for Contact Lenses and Glasses?

A: The ‘real deal’ on contact lenses is that they are medical devices that require a proper fit, as one size does not fit all. The fitting process needs a professional that has been trained to assess lens sizing, appropriate lens movement on the eye, and healthy eye response to lens wear over time. Many people buy contact lenses online because of convenience and may not see that it is not always the least expensive option, and that wearing contact lenses requires maintenance.

Like driving your vehicle, if not maintained at least annually, problems are likely to arise. Contact lenses can become warped, eyes can change shape, and change in environment, medications or pregnancy may affect lens…Read More »

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.

What Our Patient's Say

I was extremely impressed with Dr Leong when I showed up at her office without an appointment in early May. I had noticed something odd with my 1-month old’s son eye while I had been up with him the night before. There was a white reflection in his left eye. I of course had gone on the Internet and looked this up and had convinced myself that my son had retinablastoma (a type of cancer).

Dr. Leong’s receptionist was very gracious when this sleep deprived crazed mom showed up without an appointment. She let me know that Dr. Leong was not in yet. She often came in early and would be there shortly. Dr. Leong saw me immediately when she arrived. She was calm and reassuring when she examined my son, taking my concerns seriously. She quickly assessed that she suspected that my son had a cataract in his eye. She then tried to get him in to see an opthamologist that day.

Unfortunately, the pediatric opthamologist was unable to see him. Dr. Leong then spent the day on the phone between her appointments trying to get him into the vision clinic at Alberta Children’s Hospital. They were also unable to see me so Dr. Leong made me an appt with the opthamologist on call at the Rocky View Hospital the next day, which was of course the Saturday of the may long weekend. Her diagnosis was confirmed. I am happy to report that we have since seen the pediatric opthamologist at Alberta Children’s Hospital and Drew’s surgery dare is scheduled.

Thank you Dr. Leong for working so hard to help Drew. Your commitment to getting Drew seen was admirable. We are unable to express how much your diligence and persistence has benefited Drew, our family and his sight. Thank You. – Michelle

Foresight Eyecare Blog

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What are the Risks of Online Shopping for Contact Lenses and Glasses?

The 'real deal' on contact lenses is that they are medical devices that require a proper fit, as one size...

November is Diabetes Awareness Month

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