Serving the Fraser Valley for 32 Years

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An Eye Care Legacy

Our practice has been open since 1989. That’s 32 years of quality service, and our team’s combined experience spans decades more. The community has even chosen us as Langley’s favourite eye care company

Our Mission

Offering unparalleled service is our passion.

To us, unparalleled service means putting you and your family first. We pride ourselves on ensuring you’re taken care of, from booking your appointment, through your eye exam, to selecting the frames and lenses that best suit you, and beyond.

We believe this commitment to you and your vision is what keeps customers coming back, bringing their children and their children’s children!

Who We Are

At West Coast Optical, we recognize that caring for your vision goes well beyond determining your prescription. Our dedication to professional excellence and warm, attentive service is evident. We’re proud to be a key piece of your overall health care.

Is A comprehensive Eye Exam right for Everyone

We offer specialized care and uniquely tailored exams for children, people with diabetes, and anyone searching for contact lenses! Let us know about your vision concerns when you book your appointment, so we can ensure you get the most appropriate care for your needs!

Meet Our Team

Our team is committed to your ocular health. Get to know our experienced staff!

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Andrew McCarron

Licensed Optician & Contact Lens Fitter

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Dr. Grace Wong

Optometrist

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Sandi

Licensed Optician & Contact Lens Fitter

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Stephanie

Licensed Optician & Contact Lens Fitter

Liza

Licensed Optician

Aleida

Licensed Optician & Contact Lens Fitter

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Carol

Optical Associate

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Colleen

Bookkeeper

Come See Us

Find us right on the Fraser Highway near the Langley/Surrey border, Next to Voyageur Soap and Galini restaurant!

Our Address

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

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Our Blog

What Are Progressive Lenses?

Eye WearEyeglasses

If you need a new pair of glasses, there are many to choose from; your optometrist can help you find the best pair. If you’re experiencing blurry vision as you get older, they may recommend progressive lenses.  Many adults choose progressives for their convenience and look, but what are these lenses? Continue reading to learn […]

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November 10, 2021
West Coast Optical

Do Blue Light Glasses Help With Headaches?

Eye Wear

If you use computers and other digital devices frequently, you’ve likely experienced headaches, sore neck, and dry eyes before. These symptoms are related to digital eye strain, an irritating condition.  Blue light glasses are a popular suggestion when someone experiences headaches and other symptoms related to digital eye strain, but do they help? Continue reading […]

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November 10, 2021
West Coast Optical

New Varilux X Progressive Lenses by Essilor

Contact Lenses

Do you struggle to see up close? If so, you might be experiencing presbyopia, a natural change in vision that occurs after the age of 40. Your near vision may feel a bit like an out of focus camera whose image you can’t quite sharpen. If you’ve recently been diagnosed as having presbyopia your eye […]

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December 15, 2017
West Coast Optical
A woman straining to see what is on her computer screen while holding her glasses because of incorrect lens type.

If you need a new pair of glasses, there are many to choose from; your optometrist can help you find the best pair. If you’re experiencing blurry vision as you get older, they may recommend progressive lenses.  Many adults choose progressives for their convenience and look, but what are these lenses? Continue reading to learn […]

Read More…

A woman wearing glasses with a blue light filter added to the lenses looking at a computer screen

If you use computers and other digital devices frequently, you’ve likely experienced headaches, sore neck, and dry eyes before. These symptoms are related to digital eye strain, an irritating condition.  Blue light glasses are a popular suggestion when someone experiences headaches and other symptoms related to digital eye strain, but do they help? Continue reading […]

Read More…

Do you struggle to see up close? If so, you might be experiencing presbyopia, a natural change in vision that occurs after the age of 40. Your near vision may feel a bit like an out of focus camera whose image you can’t quite sharpen. If you’ve recently been diagnosed as having presbyopia your eye […]

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