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Referral Program

At West Coast Optical, we appreciate every referral. We’re grateful for everybody that thinks highly enough of us to mention us to their friends and family.

As a thank you, we offer a generous referral program. Refer a friend or family member to us, and if they purchase eyewear, you will receive a $25 in-store credit towards your next purchase.

The program is easy—all the new customer has to do is mention your name, and we’ll take care of the rest. Thank you for shopping local!

Using NIHB For Your Eye Care

Accessing proper eye care should be easy—that’s why we’re happy to accept Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) for First Nations and Inuit populations.

Our team at West Coast Optical is here to ensure you receive high-quality eye care when you need it. 

If you are covered by NIHB, your insurance includes partial coverage for:

  • Comprehensive eye exams
  • Necessary follow-up visits
  • Testing when recommended
  • Prescribed corrective eyewear (glasses, contact lenses)
  • Replacement lenses and repairs

NIHB provides coverage for benefits that aren’t available under federal, provincial, territorial, or private health insurance.

Come See Us

Find us right on the Fraser Highway near the Langley/Surrey border, one block from Willowbrook Shopping Centre in Langley!

Our Address

  • 102B 19475 Fraser Hwy
  • Surrey, BC V3S 6K7

Contact Information

Our Hours

  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
  • Wednesday: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
  • Thursday: 9:30 AM – 6:30 PM
  • Friday: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
  • Saturday: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Sunday: Closed
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Our Blog

Can I Use My Eyeglass Prescription for Contact Lenses?

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Glasses can provide you with clear vision, but what happens if you want contact lenses? Can you use your current prescription to get contacts? The answer is more complex than you think.  Glasses and contacts are similar, but they have a few key differences in how prescriptions work. Continue reading to learn more, including if […]

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June 18, 2024
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Astigmatism vs. Myopia: Are They Related?

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Astigmatism and myopia (nearsightedness) are the two of the most frequently diagnosed refractive errors during an eye exam. In both conditions, the shape of the eye affects how light focuses on the retina, resulting in blurry vision. While both these eye conditions affect how we see the world, they affect vision differently. Astigmatism and myopia […]

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June 14, 2024
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Is It Bad To Rub Your Eyes?

Eye Health & Vision

Rubbing your eyes is a common reflex that many people do without a second thought. You might rub your eyes to find temporary relief from eye strain, to clear blurry vision, or simply to scratch an itch, but this habit can cause some harm over time. Rubbing your eyes with unwashed hands increases the risk […]

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June 14, 2024
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Topdown view of a prescription corrected eyewear order form surrounded by glasses and various optical tools.

Glasses can provide you with clear vision, but what happens if you want contact lenses? Can you use your current prescription to get contacts? The answer is more complex than you think.  Glasses and contacts are similar, but they have a few key differences in how prescriptions work. Continue reading to learn more, including if […]

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A person is holding their glasses to show what myopia vision looks like, clear through the glasses and a blurry background.

Astigmatism and myopia (nearsightedness) are the two of the most frequently diagnosed refractive errors during an eye exam. In both conditions, the shape of the eye affects how light focuses on the retina, resulting in blurry vision. While both these eye conditions affect how we see the world, they affect vision differently. Astigmatism and myopia […]

Read More…

A man outdoors rubbing his eyes to find relief.

Rubbing your eyes is a common reflex that many people do without a second thought. You might rub your eyes to find temporary relief from eye strain, to clear blurry vision, or simply to scratch an itch, but this habit can cause some harm over time. Rubbing your eyes with unwashed hands increases the risk […]

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