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 […]
Holiday Shopping Part 2
We are continuing with EYE related holiday shopping guide… For your friends or loved ones with low vision from macular degeneration or other eye diseases: Large print crosswords or Sudoku Audio books Kindle is also great. They have features likes voice-view screen reader, larger font sizes and contrast options Magnifier with lights, to look at […]
Holiday Shopping Guide Part 1
The holidays are coming up and so we thought we would give you some gifts ideas- eye related gifts of course!! Part 1 of our holiday shopping guide will focus on gifts we can get for general eye health. Sunglasses. Considering getting your loved ones a pair of quality sunglasses. UV lights cause cataracts and […]
Vision Health Month
The month of May is Vision Health Month!!! When was the last time you had an eye exam? Eye exam is so much more than checking your vision. Because our eyes’ small blood vessels and their close proximity to the brain, a comprehensive eye exam is the least invasive way to take a look at […]
Happy 3rd Anniversary!!!
We are celebrating our 3rd anniversary this month. We want to thank everyone who had supported us in the past few years. We couldn’t have made it this far without you. As an optometrist, one of the most rewarding things to see is patients returning year after year to see me. This makes me very […]
Exciting Medical Breakthrough
There is a new type of laser treatment that can improve vision in patients with age related macular degeneration. Up until now, patients with age related macular degeneration have very limited treatment options. This new laser technique is called “Corneal laser for macular degeneration”. International clinical trials have shown tremendous success in the last 2.5 […]
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!!