COVID-19 Partial
18
Mar

COVID-19 Closure

To be part of the solution to the challenge posed by COVID-19 and as recommended by the College of Optometrists of Ontario, Clear Vision Eye Care will not be seeing patients for non-urgent exams until March 29th.
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09
Mar

Lazy Eye or Amblyopia

What is a lazy eye? Often times, people think of a crossed eye or an eye that wanders when they hear of the term lazy eye. However, a person can have a lazy eye without manifesting those symptoms. Optometrists use the term amblyopia for lazy eye. Amblyopia is a condition where an individual does not see well in one or both eyes due to the connections from the...
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Elderly Man
02
Apr

Glaucoma: the sneaky eye disease

From the numerous patients that I have seen over the years that have been diagnosed with glaucoma, a large majority of them did not have any symptoms to suggest they had glaucoma. Glaucoma can go undiagnosed for years unless you have a comprehensive eye exam. The vision loss that occurs as a result of glaucoma...
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Eye Scan
02
Apr

Beyond the eyes: Why comprehensive eye examinations are important for everyone

A visit to  your optometrist is usually a very pleasant experience. You might walk out with a new pair of glasses – an exciting new look for the year! However, on occasion, patients are asked by their optometrist to follow up with their family doctor for a full physical with blood work, as result of something that was detected...
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Young boy with vision problems
01
Apr

Help your child succeed in school

Good vision dramatically improves a child’s ability to learn and acquire knowledge. Children often do not realize that they cannot see well or have trouble focusing. Usually, children are unable to identify deficiencies in their own vision. They feel that the way they see the world is how everyone else sees it, whether it is...
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COVID-19 Closure

To be part of the solution to the challenge posed by COVID-19 and as recommended by the College of Optometrists of Ontario, Clear Vision Eye Care will not be seeing patients for non-urgent exams until March 29th. We will remain closed except for providing urgent care to members of our Kitchener-Waterloo community. We will continue to monitor the situation and follow recommendations and guidelines provided by the College and the Province of Ontario as the situation continues to evolve. Our staff will contact you to reschedule your appointments.

We are committed to and focused on your health and well-being, and we recommend that all our patients follow the guidelines provided by the health officials to reduce physical social connections to prevent the transmission and spread of the virus.

In case you are experiencing a sudden change in your vision or other eye-related emergencies, please call us at 519-208-8668 and we will either schedule an urgent appointment or provide direction if you need to go to the hospital.

We thank you for your patience and support and hope that working together as one humanity, we can overcome this challenge.

Clear Vision Eye Care Team