Top 5 Reasons To Try Orthokeratology (Ortho-K)

Top 5 Reasons to Try Orthokeratology (Ortho-K) Author: Dr. Kirsten Carter, B.S.c., O.D, M.S.c What is orthokeratology? Orthokeratology, or ortho-k, is a method used to temporarily alter the corneal surface during sleep, in order to correct the eye’s prescription. This is done through the overnight wear of specialty contact lenses. Ortho-K will in turn improve […]

How Can I Make Screen Time Healthier?

How can I make screen time healthier? Author: Dr. Emily Walsh, O.D Practical screen time reduction Screen time is inevitable in our children’s lives, and while reducing screen time is beneficial, it isn’t always practical. There are ways however to make screen time healthier. Screen Hygiene Viewing digital devices should be done in a well […]

Children and Screen Time

Children and Screen Time Author: Dr. Emily Walsh, O.D How Much Screen Time is Too Much? During the pandemic, kids screen time increased by an average of 5 hours a day.”1 In a world where digital devices are becoming more necessary for kids to learn, it can be difficult to determine how much is too […]

Alphabet Eyewear: A-Z Frames & Animals

Alphabet Eyewear: a-z frames & animals Are you looking for a large selection of really cool frames? We got U – and all the other letters too! Enjoy flipping through our alphabet flashcards to see descriptions of our independent eyewear paired with really cute animals. We have a variety of frames for adults and youth […]

Myopia and Axial Length Explained

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Myopia and Axial Length Explained Author: Dr. Diana Balcarras Berg, B.S.c., O.D Understanding Your Eye Examination Regular Routine Eye Exam During a regular routine eye examination, your child will have their vision tested in traditional methods including measuring the visual acuity (reading the letters on the eye chart), checking the prescription, testing binocular vision (how […]

Safe Handling of Soft Contact Lenses For Kids

Contact Lenses and Accessories

Contact lenses, mirror, lint-free towel, saline to rinse lenses (if needed). Open the contact lens case or blister packs. Both the parent and child should thoroughly wash their hands with soap and water. Dry your hands with a lint-free towel. Do not allow water to come in contact with your contact lenses as this can cause serious eye infections.

Uptown Summer

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Uptown Waterloo Summer Photoshoot with White Tiger Vintage

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Hamilton Eyewear Show | Hammer Time

Hammer Time Eyewear Show in Hamilton, Ontario with Neil Moser and independent eyewear brands.

The Big Bundle Promotion

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The Big Bundle Promotion: purchase an Eyezen or Progressive E or X design and receive a second set of lenses!