I have been getting a lot of questions about laser eye surgery lately, because everyone is so tired of their glasses fogging up and contact lenses drying out while wearing a mask. So here is what you can expect before, during, and after laser eye surgery. Before Surgery You should visit your optometrist to get […]
Premium Dry Eye Therapy
We are offering premium dry eye therapy for patients that have severe dry eyes where over the counter eye drops do not provide enough relief. The iDROP series of artificial tears is available through optometrists only, it contains hyaluronan which is highly effective in lubricating your eyes, it is the same ingredient use to lubricate joints […]
With the progression of COVID-19, the College of Optometrists of Ontario is recommending that all Optometry offices to be closed until further notice. If you have an ocular emergency, please email us and we will try to help you over the phone first. please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need the following: *Dry eye […]
Keep Your Eyes Safe on Halloween
Don’t let an eye infection be the scariest thing this Halloween. Contact lenses are considered a medical device and should be fitted by a professional. Using cosmetic lenses without a prescription or a professional fitting can leave your eyes more susceptible to scratches and ulcers. This can lead to scarring, infection or vision loss. If […]
Back to School!!!
Back to school check list should include a visit to the optometrist!! Did you know that: 1 in 4 children has a vision problem 80% of learning is with the eyes Please make sure your kids get their eyes check before school starts!!