Vision and Learning

An important aspect of keeping your child’s eye healthy is regular eye exams. Since 80% of learning is visual, it’s imperative that children have clear comfortable vision while in school. In fact, many vision problems are misdiagnosed as learning disabilities. During an eye exam, your child’s ability to see is assessed as well as their
August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month Each year, thousands of children end up in hospital emergency rooms due to toy related eye injuries. Here are some tips for keeping your child’s eyes safe: Avoid buying toys with sharp points or edges. Steer clear of projectile toys. Discard or repair old or damaged toys.


Transitions Photochromic lenses or more commonly known as Transitions are lenses that are clear indoors but turn darker outside. They are activated by the Ultraviolet (UV) light from sunlight.  Because the wind shield of our cars provide UV protection, most photochromic lenses do not turn darker inside the car. There are many brands including those

Polarized Sunglasses

Polarized Sunglasses Have you heard of polarized sunglasses? Do you wonder what advantage they have over regular sunglasses? Polarized sunglasses work by blocking the usual scattering of light that causes glare. Their ability to block glare provides great advantages for many sports as well as evening driving. To learn more about polarized lenses visit us