Welcome to Diamond Valley Vision Care


We’re your full-service optometrist, dedicated to offering the highest standard of vision care for every member of your family.

Dr. Boulet is active at the forefront of the professional optometric community. He combines his expertise with leading-edge technology to create the most progressive eye care available anywhere.

Our services range from preventive examinations to vision rehabilitation to diagnosis and treatment of a variety of eye disorders.

Your Pediatric Eye Doctor

Ask us about our services for young patients:

    • vision testing for kids of all ages including pre-readers
    • vision therapy for children with learning or reading problems
    • help choosing and fitting the right pair of eyeglasses

Dr. Boulet offers a specialty clinic for children struggling with vision-related developmental or behavioral problems. Call us today for information, or schedule an appointment to come in and consult with us about your child’s particular challenges. 

Senior Eye Care

At Diamond Valley, we’re expert at diagnosing a wide range of eye disorders that may appear in later life:

    • cataracts
    • glaucoma
    • macular degeneration
    • diabetic retinopathy
    • retinal injury related to high blood pressure (hypertension)

...and more.

Caught early, most of these conditions can be treated or managed before they have a chance to cause permanent damage. Because we nurture lasting relationships with our patients, Dr. Boulet is often able to stop vision loss in seniors before it starts.

What Is Vision Therapy?

Vision therapy is a non-surgical, scientifically proven treatment for certain vision deficits that affect learning and text-processing ability. Vision therapy can benefit both children and adults.

Under the guidance of their optometrist, patients practice an individualized sequence of vision exercises designed to correct faulty neurological connections between eyes and brain. Over time, the patient improves their ability to perceive and interpret images accurately.

Ready to learn more?  [link to vision therapy page.]

Glasses and Contacts

Looking for the perfect combination of fashion and function? Diamond Valley is your source for eyeglasses and contact lenses that match your taste and lifestyle.

Our team has access to a full range of options, including contacts for patients who’ve been told they’re hard to fit. We’ll be happy to help you choose what’s right for you.

Let’s build a partnership for healthy vision that lasts a lifetime.

Ready to schedule an appointment? Give us a call today. We’d love you hear from you. 

Black Diamond Optometrist | Diamond Valley Vision Care (403) (403) 933-5552 Centre Ave West PO Box 1289 Black Diamond, AB T0L 0H0

Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Charles Boulet

    Bio coming soon...

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

    High quality care and service.

    Walter A.

    Dr. Boulet have always been friendly, honest, and professional. I definitely always have lots of questions and all my questions are answered thoroughly and without hesitation.

    Richard S.

    Dr. Boulet is an amazingly dedicated and caring professional. After a lifetime of unsatisfactory experience with others in the field, I now am receiving excellent and effective treatment. He is changing and improving my vision in ways I never thought possible. I cannot say enough about what a superb practice this is, and I highly recommend it.

    Vivi S.

    The staff and Dr. Boulet are professionals. They are following my vision challenges carefully and logically. I feel well taken care of. While my glasses are expensive, they are correcting my problem. Cheap doesn’t take care of complicated issues. I am so glad we have this superb business in our community.

    Reinhold W.

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Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

10:00 am-2:00 pm

We are open 2 Saturdays a month

Sunday:

Closed