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Dr. Sciberras: Top Rated Pediatric Optometrist in Mississauga

Dr. Jeff Sciberras has been voted the 2019 Top Rated Pediatric Optometrist in Mississauga by We’re proud to offer pediatric eye exams for children of all ages. Eye care for children is especially important for diagnosing and preventing eye diseases or issues and ensuring their eyes continue to develop properly as they grow. Children are not always able to understand or explain properly when they are experiencing vision problems. Ensuring they receive regular eye

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Eye Health

Children’s Vision and Learning

Vision and learning go hand in hand. Experts estimate that about 80% of the learning a child does is taken in visually. Adequate vision is critical for students to reach their full academic potential. Parents and teachers might not realize that when children are having difficulty in school – from understanding fractions to learning to read – it might be a sensory problem, and not a cognitive one. Any vision problem that affects the way

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Eye Health

What Every Student Should Do

Back to school is just around the corner, and you want your child to have the best possible start to the school year. An essential part of this is making sure that your child goes back to school with the ability to learn and participate fully. No matter if your child currently wears glasses, or has never had a vision problem before, one thing you should do before school starts or very soon into the

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UV Protection

The Need for Sun Protection

Unfortunately, many Canadians remain unaware of the danger that ultraviolet (UV) radiation poses to their eyes. As a result, people often don’t take the necessary steps with respect to eye care and protection to ensure that their eyes are safe from the dangers of UV. In many respects, this lack of knowledge regarding the need for eye protection from UV is somewhat understandable: the human eye can’t perceive UV light as it does visible light

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Nutrition for the eyes – Food for thought during Healthy Vision Month
Eye Nutrition

Eye Nutrition – Food for Thought during Healthy Vision Month

The food that we consume has an extensive effect on our health, for better or worse. A poor diet can affect weight, heart health, and cause conditions such as Type 2 diabetes, cancer, immune disorders, among others. A healthy, well-balanced diet full of minerals and nutrients can go a long way in preventing disease and extending life. Eye health, and excuse me for the pun, is often overlooked. Healthy eyes can be supported by a

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Eye Health

Women’s Eye Health Month

April is Women’s Eye Health Month, and while anyone can be affected by eye problems, women are unfortunately more likely to suffer from eye problems than men. One straightforward reason that women have more eye problems than men is that women have longer lifespans than men. Conditions like cataracts, glaucoma, dry eye and age-related macular (ARM) all become more widespread as you age, and considering this, women have a higher chance of developing these eye

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Corrective Lenses Have Come So Far

The evolution of corrective lenses has come a long way since they were first invented many years ago! Not only has the technology changed to help with different vision problems, the way the lenses are made has also changed. Let’s quickly go over the history of corrective lenses and how they were made. In 60 A.D., the Roman Emperor Nero used an emerald to get a better look at the gladiators fighting. It’s also believed he used this

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What is Computer Vision Syndrome?
Computer Vision Syndrome

What is Computer Vision Syndrome?

Are your eyes tired? If you are someone who spends more than a few hours each day in front of a computer screen, it is highly probable that you suffer from Computer Vision Syndrome. Computer Vision Syndrome (which can also be known as Digital Eye Strain) are eye and vision-related symptoms that are caused by prolonged use of computers (this includes cell phone screens and tablets). The more time spent on computers can lead to

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Contact Lenses

What Happens if you Sleep with your Contact Lenses in?

If you’ve been sleeping while wearing your contact lenses, you may want to think about changing your bedtime routine. Here are some of the reasons why leaving your contact lenses in while you sleep is a bad idea: Like any other part of your body, your cornea needs oxygen. So how does that happen during the day while you’re wearing contacts? It’s all due to blinking when considering hard or rigid lenses. Every time you

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Myths About LASIK & Your Refractive Eye Surgery Options

Blepharitis: Common Eyelid Disorders, Their Treatment and Prevention

Do you often experience a burning sensation in your eyes, watery or itchy eyes or noticed crusty debris at the base of your eyelashes? Chances are, you suffer from the effects of blepharitis. Blepharitis is a common cause of sore, red eyes and crusty eyelashes. Depending on the severity, patients may experience all or some of these symptoms. An extreme case of blepharitis can even cause eyelash loss (i.e. madarosis). Contact lens users are likely

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