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Our Patient Experience is Paramount

We live our practice mission everyday and strive to provide patients with an experience that they will be inspired to share.  Away from corporate influences and their churn, we believe in time and an unhurried environment.  We are reinventing eye care.  

I would be honored for you to spend some of your valuable time with us.   We commit to providing you a great eye care experience.  New patients are always welcome and no referral is required.

Find out more about who we are through our video...

Dr. Jason Morris

Dr. Jason Morris - Optometrist

20+ yrs of eye care experience with special interest in occupational vision, concussive injury to the visual system & glaucoma management. More

Dr. Shaffin Gulamhusein

Dr. Shaff has traveled the world providing eye care to those in need.  We are fortunate to have Dr. Shaff move his practice here as of Feb 2016.
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Wendy Bariner

Wendy brings her friendly approach and years of expertise to the studio. Wendy will help you achieve the perfect fit, function and fashion in your new glasses.

Support Staff

Well-trained, compassionate and always ready to go the extra mile for you.

Hello!

Welcome to Vision Source | OPTOMETRY & Eye Wear Studio.

We help our patients' live

Jack enjoys golf and has shot his age. Summer 2014

Eye Wear Studio

Genuine opinions not sales commissions. See your future here.

We help our patients' explore

Mary just got back from a river cruise in EuropeFall 2015

Eye Wear Studio

Would you like to take home frames to try? See your future here.

We help our patients' learn

Jon speaks English, French, Spanish and is learning Latin. Spring 2013

Eye Wear Studio

Let us help you with your insurance. See your future here.

We help our patients' love

Cindy finally read "The Tipping Point" by Malcolm GladwellWinter 2016

Better 1-or-2

There is a lot more to an eye exam these days. Full Services information...
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We help our patients' live

Max can not believe the Leafs are in 2nd place!Feb 2017

Advanced Instruments

Instruments can not replace the art of crafting an eyeglass prescription

We help our patients' discover

Mary-Anne is learning about her family history Winter 2013

Advanced Instruments

Technology aides in the diagnosis of ocular diseases and assists patients with communication barriers.
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We help our patients' love

Marci loves her three dogs! Summer 2012

Location Info

We are located at the NW corner of Wellington Road and Bradley Ave. (directly behind LCBO - across from Walmart at White Oaks Mall). We are located on the second floor (elevator access at front entrance).

We help our patients' enjoy

Claire skied her first Double Black Diamond today!Winter 2016

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We aspire to create a complete, informative, distinct eye care experience that you will be inspired to share” 

 Dr Jason Morris
Practice Director - Dr. Jason Morris

Vision Source London is a BBB Accredited Optometrist in London, ON
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Direct Bill Insurance

We have partnered with many insurance groups to submit your private insurance
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Specialty Contact Lenses

Have you been told that you can not wear contact lenses?  Having trouble reading through your contacts?  We can help!

Dry Eye Centre

Vision Source is committed to have the expertise & products to treat Dry Eye disease. Hyabak® has been tremendously successful & is non-preserved.
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Ray-Ban Frames

Classic Ray-Ban frames for men and women.   Both prescription and non-prescription options available.
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Rx Goggles

We have hard-to-find prescription swim goggles for kids and adults!
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Leading Clinics of the World  SiteLock Top 10 optometrists in London, ON 2015
A winner of the 2015 Patients' Choice Awards for being one of the top London, ON Optometrists
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Dr Morris' Vision Blog

  • The evolution of 'Cell Phone Bifocals'
    Feb 2018 |  I have been an Optometrist for over 20 years and I have noticed an interesting sign-of-the-times (maybe only to other Optometrists! LOL)  Even 10 years ago, I always used a reading distance of ~40cm to calculate the power required on bifocal glasses.   Only if my patient liked to sew or fly fishing would I venture to hike up the reading power and reduce working distance.   These days cell phone have completely changed the distance at which we read.  Over the last few years my patients' bifocal lenses are universally stronger... driven by the need to see phones at a close reading distance.  There has been some new innovative lenses to help deal with this problem so that things 'in-between' like dashboards and shelves and old-school computer screens are still clear.   We are problem solvers at Studioeyecare.com    See you soon,  Dr.j






  • Near & Farsightedness - not opposite?
    Jan 2018 | The terms nearsightedness and farsightedness cause endless confusion. Nearsightedness (myopia) is the easier of the two... near vision is great without glasses.  Significant nearsightedness almost always requires correction.  Farsightedness (hyperopia) is however not the opposite.  For a child, farsightedness means that they have to work harder to focus on near tasks - whether this requires glasses is an individual decision with an Optometrist.  For someone in their 20's and 30's, farsightedness means that closer tasks may be tiring or unclear some of the time.   For the 40+ crowd, farsightedness means close tasks are typically blurry most of the time.  Talk to your Optometrist about your best options to correct!   Dr. j   Studioeyecare.com

    Good links!
    http://www.allaboutvision.com/conditions/myopia.htm
    http://www.allaboutvision.com/conditions/hyperopia.htm


  • Treating Dry Eyes without drops?!
    Dec 2017 | There are two strategies that I use to treat dry eyes... #1 Add a drop to effect change to the surface of the eye and/or #2 Try and get the body to produce healthier tears.   This blog post lists methods used to get your own body to produce better tears.
    1] Heat - Using warm compresses for 5min twice a day will help move natural oils onto your ocular surface.  However, most people do not do compresses long enough or consistent enough to create change.  A warming mask like - Bruder- and lid massage is very useful for this.  There are in-office treatments also available.
    2] Omega3 - A good quality Omega3 ~2000mg per day will help provide the building blocks that your body needs for well-balanced tears.
    3] Water - Drink plenty of water!
    4] Humidity - Consider a humidifier for dry environments and when sleeping
    dr.j   Studioeyecare.com



  • Why do I need an OCT?
    Nov 2017 |  Why do I need an OCT? (optical coherence tomography)

    An OCT is a special image of the back of the eye.  Unlike a typical photo, an OCT gives a cross-section of retina and detailed measurements which are extremely helpful in detecting retinal pathology.  Patients with conditions such as diabetes, macular degeneration, glaucoma and more will benefit from this quick, non-invasive image.

    There are two main uses for OCT – detecting Retinal Defects and detecting Nerve Loss.

    Retinal Defects – Wrinkles, breaks, holes, fluid, blood, leaky vessels, deposits, medication side effects can all be detected though OCT imaging.  This can be critical in planning the best course of treatment or frequency or follow-up.  Many specialists expect an OCT image be done prior to them accepting new patients.

    Nerve Loss – In optic neuropathies such as glaucoma, change generally happens very slowly.  Repeated OCT imaging gives an extremely accurate view of progression and risk of vision loss.  In the past monitoring nerve loss was monitored with visual field analysis.  However, ~58% of the nerve fibres’ from your eye can be lost before you have significant visual field loss.  An OCT detects loss much earlier and helps us create a plan to prevent vision loss.  (note - Visual fields still have a significant role in the ongoing management/monitoring of glaucoma)

    Studio Eye Care now offers OCT
    OCT images are invaluable in detecting and monitoring ocular pathology and we are now please to offer in-office without referral.

    Basic OHIP coverage does not pay for OCT imaging however many private insurance plans will reimburse you for this advanced imaging.

    Dr.j  www.studioeyecare.com