Time to see the Doctor

Eye Exam
Time to see the Doctor It is recommended that adults should get a routine eye exam every 1-2 years. Now, that doesn’t mean that you are only allowed to have an eye exam once a year. If you ever feel that something may be wrong with your eyes, then please get them checked out as soon as possible.  There are many different reasons to come in for an eye exam, but here are some of...

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Orthokeratology: What is it?, and how it all works?

Orthokeratology, is an alternative treatment to LASIK surgery and standard myopia control treatments. Using sophisticated diagnostic equipment to map the surface of the cornea to manufacture gas permeable contact lenses that temporarily reshape the cornea to reduce refractive errors such as myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism.

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My Ortho-K Experience

No more glasses with Ortho-K Treatment in Scarborough by Rey Juman I have a prescription for distance and I’m unable to see clearly more than 5 feet in front of me without needing glasses. Unhappy with always needing to wear glasses, I spoke with my optician and he recommended a new treatment option. I know many people pursue LASIK eye surgery to remove their prescription, but I was worried of the potential irreversible damage that...

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Protecting your eyes from HEV blue light

If you're having a hard time falling asleep at night, consider getting yourself a pair of glasses equipped with a blue light blocking coating. In the digital age, most of us are using our devices from morning to night and with that comes the effects of high energy visible ....

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Need help reading the “small print”?

Presbyopia is the gradual loss of your eye's ability to focus on nearby objects. The condition begins to manifest around the age of 40 and continues to develop until about 65. As you get older, you may notice objects that are close by are blurry and out of focus and that you have a tendency to hold reading material out at arm's length to better discern the text.

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