What Is Your Vision Worth To You?

What Is Your Vision Worth? Necessities of life cost money. That morning cup of coffee, our weekly trip to the grocery store, the monthly cellphone, internet or cable bill, and even the occasional shopping spree. But somewhere along the way, we’ve forgotten about the necessity of sight. We use our eyes every waking second of [...]

How to Care for your Contact Lenses.

How to Care for your Contacts There are lots of reasons people decide to wear contact lenses. Those who play sports know that glasses can get foggy or in the way. Others just want to change up their look by swapping their eye colour for a new one. There are even people who rely on [...]

By | May 26th, 2016|Back to School Lesson, Education|0 Comments

Types of Anti-Reflective Coatings: What Are My Options?

Types of Anti-Reflective Coatings: What Are My Options? Until the 1970s, people could wear their giant vintage frames without worrying about glare. Without computers, light pollution and fluorescents, there was absolutely no need for anti-reflective coating of any kind on prescription eyewear. But as the times changed, so did the technology. First tints and then [...]

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My First Readers: When Your Arms Aren’t Long Enough

My First Reading Glasses: When Your Arms Just Aren’t Long Enough By the time you turn 40, you’ve reached a distinguished point in your life. Consider everything you’ve accomplished thus far—your career, your family, your great group of friends, your sharp mind, your healthy body. But one day, as you’re reading a newspaper, a book [...]

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Part III: Customer Service. Real is the Best Deal.

Part III: Customer Service. Real is the Best Deal. It’s time to conclude our highly controversial Blog Series on why you shouldn’t purchase your prescription eyewear online. In Part I, we talked about the benefits of trying on your frames compared to virtual wear. In Part II, we learned about the ill affects of poor [...]

By | May 26th, 2016|Online vs In-Store|0 Comments

Should I get my kid’s eyes checked? Written by our Optometrist Dr. M. Puzzo O.D

October is Children’s Vision Month in Canada and World Sight Day on the 10th.  Most kids have been back to school for about a month, and some may start noticing that they are having difficulty seeing the board or their reading material. However, many children don’t know how to explain that they are not seeing [...]

By | May 26th, 2016|Importance of an Eye Exam|0 Comments

Back to School: What’s the difference between an optician, an optometrist, and an ophthalmologist? The Three Os’ of vision care.

Need a sweet pair of glasses? Visit your local optician. Seeing blurry? Go see an optometrist. Your doctor tells you to check out an eye problem? Get referred to an ophthalmologist. Why do your eyes need three different experts? Read on! Ophthalmologists An ophthalmologist is a straight up eye doctor. That’s right, these people all [...]

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Why Should I get quality frames?

If you wear glasses, you know they’re the most important accessory and necessity you’ve got. No one’s looking at your tie or your shoes. They’re not checking out your hair or your purse. It’s your glasses that are the first thing people notice when they meet you for the first time. It’s impossible for people [...]

By | May 26th, 2016|Handmade or Mass Produced|0 Comments

What’s the difference between vintage and retro?

What's the difference between vintage and retro? Whether you're buying clothes or even a house, everyone is looking for that vintage look these days. But most of the time people get stuck with a retro style instead. The same goes in the eyeglass world, where most optical stores that stock their shelves with retro [...]

By | May 26th, 2016|Vintage Frames|0 Comments