Gimbel Eye Centre
Calgary Edmonton For Doctors
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    Gimbel Eye Centre was the first in Canada to perform laser vision correction, refractive lens exchange, and implantable corrective lens procedures.

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  • See Experience

    Trusted by Canadians since 1964, our surgeons have performed over 200,000 vision correction procedures and have the experience to help you chose the right procedure for you.

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  • See Quality

    Our surgeons are respected world-wide for safely providing patients with the excellent results, using proven technologies. And we are one of only a handful of centres worldwide to offer a complete range of vision correction surgeries.

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  • See Options

    When people think of vision correction surgery, they most often think of “laser eye surgery.” But there are several other options available today. We perform refractive surgery, with both laser and lens options.

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Life, As It’s Meant To Be Seen

Leaders in corrective eye surgery since 1964, our surgeons have performed over 200,000 vision correction procedures and have the experience to help you choose the right procedure for you.

Our high quality eye care services are designed with our patients in mind. If you are considering a vision correction procedure, we encourage you to explore us online and visit your primary eye care provider for a full examination and referral.

Know Your Options

Phakic Intra-Ocular Lenses

Designed to improve vision by working along with your existing natural lens, and not altering the cornea in any way, this option is for people with moderate to severe nearsightedness.

Refractive Lens Exchange

For people with high levels of nearsightedness or farsightedness, and for people who have signs of lens opacity (it also prevents any future need for primary cataract surgery).

This procedure changes the focusing power of the lens within the eye by replacing the natural lens with a manufactured lens implant selected to compensate for the eye’s refractive errors. In effect, the lens implant acts like a permanent contact lens within the eye.

Laser Refractive Surgeries

PRK and IntraLASIK are good options for people with low to moderate amounts of nearsightedness, astigmatism, and farsightedenss. These surgeries involve reshaping the corneal tissue using a laser beam.

Our Doctors

Dr. Gimbel Dr. Howard
Gimbel, MD
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Dr. Kay Dr. Geoff
Kaye, MD
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Dr. Kassab Dr. Jacinthe
Kassab, MD
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Dr. Van Westenbrugge Dr. John
Van Westenbrugge, MD
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