Canada's Eyewear store, The Optical Shop on Whyte is a family operated business that strives to provide quality service to all customers. A few of the services that we pride ourselves on is our excellent contact lens services and also the stellar vision of every single pair of eyeglasses produced by us. Customers of The Optical Shop on Whyte can expect:
- competitive prices
- contact lens fittings
- contact lens follow-ups by licensed contact lens practitioners and optometrists
- complementary appointment with an optometrist in the event of any discomfort caused by contact lenses or eyeglasses purchased at The Optical Shop Ltd.
- same- day services for eyeglasses
- a wide range of prescription lenses and contact lenses are kept in stock for quicker service
- eyewear repair in reasonable price
Dr.Alisha RhemuDr. Alisha Rhemu has a passion for patient care. She was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta. She travelled to Birmingham, U.K. to complete her Bachelor of Science in Optometry, and graduated in 2010 from Aston University. She worked in London, England for close to 3 years, after which she move to Boston to complete her Doctor of Optometry, at the New England College of Optometry. Her time in the US included clinical experience in primary care, contact lenses, and ocular disease at the Veterans Affair Hospital in Providence, R.I. Through her travels Dr. Rhemu has had the opportunity to work with many optometrists and ophthalmologists, in a variety of settings. Dr. Rhemu has now returned to her hometown, and looks forward to providing the highest level of care to her patients.
Dr. Tony Mann
Dr. Tony Mann graduated in 1993 with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Alberta, and subsequently with a Doctor of Optometry in 1998 from the New England College of Optometry. The most rewarding part of his job is his interaction with his patients. After eleven years, he has gotten to know many of them on a personal level. As well, he realizes the magnitude of responsibility in caring for the wellbeing of his patients’ eyes. With the aging population and advancements in medical science, it will become more imperative for optometrists to educate their patients and provide them with superior care. Dr. Mann welcomes this challenge. He is also the proud father of two boys, who are the apples of his eyes, and gives his life meaning. His hobbies include reading, travelling, sports, and music.