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Your Reliable Optometrist in coquitlam BC

Call us at 778-285-6972 today.

Total Eye Care Center optometry is serving Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, and the surrounding area, since June 2009. Our patients come to us from Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port moody, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Burnaby, North and West Vancouver and as far as University Of British Columbia.

Total Eye Care Centre Optometry's reputation of excellence and service is evident as soon as you walk into the office. The modern, technologically advanced Optometry Clinic, along with the eye doctors Dr. Saba and, Dr Hassan's years of experience allows us to deal with all types of eye problems.

When during your thorough exam an eye problem such as cataracts, retinal detachment, glaucoma or any other eye disease is detected, you will be referred to a surgical facility best suited to your visual needs. This way your eye care needs including surgery, are taken care of by the best qualified Ophthalmologists, assuring the best possible outcome.

The eye doctors at Total Eye Care Centre Optometry in Coquitlam, have committed their professional careers to providing their patients with the best possible eye care by continually upgrading their knowledge and arming the practice with the latest advanced state of the art equipment. 


Coquitlam Optometrist | Total Eye care Centre Optometry

112-2922 Glen Drive Coquitlam BC V3B 2P5
778-285-6972

  • "I could not be happier with the way that they treated me and helped me to find eyewear. I have a condition with my eyes and they remmnded the best treatment!"
    Medicine of Sound
  • "Everyone here is friendly and knowledgeable Dr Hassani is an expert in the field.Bringing my entirefamily here . Definitely. And very happy I found this place"
    Tami Siano
  • "Far superior knowledge and service than my previous optometrist and optician. They provided more tests and are very reasonably priced. Highly recommend."
    Sheila Sontz
  • "Had an amazingexperience there. The doctors provided me with ton of feedback in great details. The staff Paria and Kimia are super nice and helpfulandtheygiveeachcustomertheindividualattentionandcaretheydeserve! Highlyrecommend!"
    Navid Abbas

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