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    eye etiquette optical boutique

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    2401C Millstream Rd
    189
    Victoria, BC
    V9B 3R5
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    Eye Etiquette Optical Boutique has been serving the Western Communities since 2007 and is locally owned and operated.

    Owner, Carolin Roussel, a Licensed Optician, has been serving the Greater Victoria area for over 17 years. She and her staff are continuously expanding their knowledge to provide customers with lifelong eyewear and vision needs. They enjoy helping their customers select the proper frame and lens combination suited for their prescription and personal style and are continuously expanding their knowledge to provide customers with lifelong eyewear and vision needs.

    Customers can conveniently schedule eye health examinations now that Optometrist, Dr. Gurpreet Leekha, is available at the store throughout the week.

    Carolin believes that all customers deserve the highest quality of care and respect. 

    “We have the vision, the frames, the lenses and the technology to help meet your eyewear needs,” says Carolin, “but it takes that something extra to create the “wow” factor. What truly sets our business apart is our commitment to exceptional customer service. We are staffed with professional, qualified yet fun licensed opticians that aspire to making your eyewear selection an enjoyable and informative experience that will bring you back time and time again.”

    Exemplary customer service continues, most recently, with the addition of Optometrist Dr. Gurpreet Leekha to the Eye Etiquette team. He offers eye exams throughout the week at the Millstream store location. For that reason, for the last four years, Eye Etiquette Optical has been the first choice for many West Shore shoppers looking for that perfect set of eyeglasses or sunglasses.

    Eye examinations are covered by BC Medical for children once a year until the age of 19 years.  It is recommended to start testing children’s eyes at 6 months, 18 months, 3 years and then once every year to ensure the health and development is normal.  Any abnormalities caught at an early age are easier to correct or at least improve the well being of the child and his or her educational development over the years.  Dr Leekha specialized in pediatrics while practicing in New York and has an excellent reputation with examing children.

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