Eye exams have come a long way over the decades, and are very different from the ones your parents and grandparents might have had, though the core components are similar. In a city like Toronto, eye exams that are offered from office to office, optical to optical can vary a lot, from the very quick
The cornea is an important structure in the eye. It is the thin, transparent layer in front of your pupil and iris that acts as a protective layer to shield the sensitive inner structures from dust and debris. It also helps to bend and refract the light entering the eye, allowing it to hit the
As the numbers of positive Covid-19 cases rises within the city, we at 360 Eyecare have continued to take precautions to help keep our staff and our patients safe, and to help minimize the spread of the virus. These precautions that were implemented at the start of the pandemic will stay in place for the
Eye Exam vs Contact Lens Exam The comprehensive eye exam is a critical part of maximizing your eye health. Our eye doctors in Toronto provide these along with other vision care services, including contact lens exams. While similar in some respects, these two exams are different, and you very well may need both. What’s the
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Eye exams for health are not just for people who notice changes in their vision, but eye exams are a key part of our overall health care. A comprehensive eye exam performed by a licensed eye doctor, or optometrist, is more than a simple visual screening. It’s an assessment of your ocular and overall health.
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With all the health issues that could confront children, parents often forget or dismiss eye health and visual acuity until it is right before their eyes—in the form of a visual impairment. But according to the experts