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Dr Morris' Vision Blog

15 September 2019

  • New RxMe! Service at Studio Eye Care
    Aug 12, 2019  |  Have you been tempted to by frames online from Amazon, GroupOn or eBay but thought "Where do get prescription lenses for these?    Are they going to do this for me?"     At Studio Eye Care, we have a wonderful curated selection of frames but completely understand that we do not have frames for every face and taste.   There are millions of styles and colours available today through countless online frame resellers...  If you have a great pair of frames but would like new prescription lenses… We can help!   See information and costs of RxMe! lenses HERE  Dr. j




  • National Nutrition Month and Eyes
    Feb 2019 | It's National Nutrition Month.  The Canadian Association of Optomtreists has a great post on nutrtion and your eyes.    Have a read > https://opto.ca/health-library/5-snacks-for-healthier-eyes
    Dr. J  Studioeyecare.com 


  • Sparks, Flashes and Rosemary
    Feb 2019 | Thanks to an 88 year old patient today for making my day!  He reported seeing spots in his vision when laying down to bed.  The eye care folks will appreciate the question but when I asked "Do you get any flashes or sparks of light?"... His answer - without hesitation - was "No... but there was this girl named Rosemary that gave me flashes and sparks!"  :)   Dr.j  Studioeyecare.com




  • Formaldhyde in Eyelash Glue
    Jan 2019 | I have posted on this before but I am seeing several women a month with eye/eyelid irritation after lash extensions.  Symptoms are excessive tearing, itchiness, redness and/or lid puffiness.   Be careful... the likely culprit (of the many chemicals in the glue) is formalin.   Most eyelash extension glues contain formaldehyde, a known carcinogen and an allergen to approx 20% of the population.   Try and verify that your eyelash folks use formaldehyde-free products.   Dr. J   www.Studioeyecare.com