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According to the CNIB (Canadian National Institute of the Blind), upwards of 2.5 million Canadian residents experience cataracts. Developing as a result of the aging of the crystalline lens, in which it begins to harden and turn opaque and cloudy, it is one of the primary causes of vision loss in Canada. Most commonly seen in […]

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Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

Age-related macular degeneration is a condition where the macula, a small section of the retina, deteriorates. This declination occurs as a byproduct of the natural progression of age, but the process can be slowed by taking certain steps. These include consuming vitamins recommended by your Optometrist, getting regular eye health exams and attaining an early […]

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Dry Eye

Affecting more than 30% of Canadians, the condition of dry eye is very common. Despite this, many of these cases are undiagnosed or treated inefficiently via the employment of over-the-counter artificial tears. This is a major reason we have developed a specialty in treating patients suffering from dry eye at Orillia Optometry. Our Optometrists are ready […]

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LASIK Surgery

A refractive surgical technique used to correct hyperopia, myopia and astigmatism, LASIK is done by Ophthalmologists employing a laser. For many patients needing help with their vision, LASIK is considered a positive alternative to wearing contact lenses or corrective eyewear. Patients need to go through several steps during the pre-operative period in order to be […]

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Understanding the Human Eye

A single organ consisting of numerous interconnected components that work in concert to send visual data to the brain’s visual context, the human eye is complex and highly efficient. Each section is essential in order for vision to function optimally. Healthy eyes are one of the most important parts of being able to competently navigate […]

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Three Easy Ways to Protect Your Eyes

After four decades of bringing top quality eye care to the city of Orillia, there is still nothing that motivates our doctors like helping you protect your eyes. While treatment options are available for more eye problems than ever before, we can’t stress enough to our patients the importance of preventative eye care. If you want […]

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Sunglasses UV Rating

Why the UV Rating of Your Sunglasses is Important The UV rating of your sunglasses inform you of how well they protect your eyes from harmful ultraviolet radiation. As eye care professionals, we want to stress the importance of protecting your eyes whenever possible. Everybody knows how sunglasses reduce glare and make the sun more […]

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Let’s Have a Look at Photochromic Lenses

This cool lens technology debuted nearly 60 years ago, albeit as much clunkier versions of what is now a well-established technology. Photochromic lenses, commonly called transition lenses, transition from clear to dark and back again. This process, the result of technology using photochromic dyes, allows its wearer to enjoy comfortable vision inside and outside. You […]

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