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Blue light: Trends and solutions in lockdown

Concerns about blue light have been growing in the optical field, especially over the course of the pandemic. In this article, we take a closer look at these issues and explore the options available to improve your visual comfort.

 

Working from Home, Another Cause of Dry Eyes

Last year’s increase in screen time may be the reason more and more of our patients have been reporting the signs and symptoms associated with eyestrain. In this article, we’ll take a look at one such sign: dry eyes.

Eight Things (You Won’t Have to Wonder About Anymore) About Contact Lenses

So, you’re thinking of switching to contact lenses, but you’ve got a few questions or concerns about it all. This article will fill in the gaps so you can make an informed decision. We’ll also look at a few misconceptions along the way.

 

Understanding the different roles of optometry professionals

When you visit a clinic for an eye exam, a contact lens fitting, or to buy your next pair of glasses, you interact with a variety of eye care professionals with different areas of expertise. In this article, we shed some light on what each of these professionals does and how they help you keep your eyes healthy.

 
Anti-glare coatings : How to decide what to add to your corrective lenses

Anti-glare coatings : How to decide what to add to your corrective lenses

How much do you know about the different anti-reflective coatings you can get on your corrective lenses? We break down the options your Opto-Réseau professional may offer the next time you buy prescription lenses.

3 signs that your child is ready to wear contact lenses

3 signs that your child is ready to wear contact lenses

In many cases, your Opto-Réseau eye care professional may recommend that your child wear contact lenses. Here are some signs that your child may be ready, regardless of age.

Prepping your child for their first pair of glasses

Prepping Your Child for Their First Pair of Glasses

For that first pair of glasses, you’ll want to make the transition period easier and make sure your child wears their glasses properly as per the recommendations of your eye care professional.

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Understanding Multifocal Contact Lenses

You’ll be happy to know that you don’t have to give up your contact lenses because of farsightedness.