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Eye care professionals specialize in understanding how the human eye really works, as well as diseases and conditions that affect your vision – many of which do not have obvious symptoms. Eye doctors know how age and risk factors affect vision over time for young and old, and they understand the benefits and features of corrective lenses including eyeglasses and contacts.

Our Langley, BC optometrists take the time to explain the results of your eye exam, describe your options and listen to your eye care needs. Because maintaining good eye health is an ongoing partnership, we encourage you to ask questions and share your health information, which could be vital to monitoring, diagnosing and treating potential vision problems.

Meet our doctors:


Dr. Raj Mann B.Sc., O.D.

Dr. Raj Mann B.Sc., O.D. was born and raised in Abbotsford, BC.  She completed her Bachelor of Science at the University of British Columbia before moving to Boston to continue her education at the New England College of Optometry.  She completed her Doctor of Optometry in 1998.   During her training she received extensive clinical experience at the Veteran Affairs Hospital in Portland, the Eye Clinic at Dorchester House in Boston and at Bascom Palmer in Miami Florida.    During this time she also travelled to Mexico with a Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (VOSH) group, providing free eye exams and free prescription glasses for the poor.
After graduating, Dr. Mann returned to Abbotsford and began practicing with Image Optometry for one year before joining Complete Eyecare Optometry Clinic in 1999.   In 2014, she co-founded Willoughby Doctors of Optometry with Dr. Doldolea.  
Dr. Mann believes in thorough patient care and education.  She encourages patient involvement on disease management and prevention.  She enjoys working with patients of all ages and has special interests in ocular disease, dry eye and specialty contact lenses.  She is also fluent in Punjabi. 
Dr. Mann has served has a councilor for the BC Association of Optometrists.  She has also presented to members of the Rotary club, child development groups and to children in preschool and elementary schools on eye related topics.  
In her spare time, Dr. Mann enjoys running, cycling, weight lifting, skiing, cooking, travelling and spending time with her lovely family.  

Dr. Maye Doldolea B.Sc., O.D.

Dr. Maye Doldolea B.Sc., O.D. was raised in the lower mainland, primarily in North Delta and Surrey, She graduated from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelor of Science. In conjunction with attaining her degree at SFU, Dr. Doldolea also attended the B.C. College of Optics to become certified to practice as a licensed optician and contact lens fitter prior to attending Optometry school.

She moved to Chicago to attend the Illinois College of Optometry and completed the Doctor of Optometry professional program in 2001. She has also had extensive clinical experience in a Detroit Veterans Hospital, a military medical clinic in Pennsylvania, and an ophthalmology clinic in Iowa. When she returned to Canada, she began practicing at Complete Eyecare Optometry in Abbotsford, Boardwalk Optometry in South Surrey, and Coquitlam Center Eyecare. In 2014, Dr. Doldolea established Willoughby Doctors of Optometry in Langley with Dr. Raj Mann.

Dr. Doldolea has a special interest ocular disease, ocular nutrition, dry eye treatment and complicated contact lens fits including specialty lenses and multifocal contact lenses. She enjoys seeing patients of all ages and also performs examinations at extended care facilities, and private homes when needed.

Her past times include golfing, tennis, snowboarding, cycling, yoga, and camping, which she now enjoys with her family. You will find her as a regular spectator in the hockey arena or soccer field cheering on her children.

Dr. Doldolea's professional goal is to participate in regular missions with the organization called "The Third World Eyecare Society" or "TWECS". It is a group of eye health professionals who volunteer to collect used eyeglasses and travel to developing countries that lack primary eye care and health examinations due to poverty and lack of availability.