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Eye Vitamins for Macular Degeneration now available online


Whether you’re at risk for macular degeneration or you’ve already been diagnosed with the condition, you want to do everything possible to improve your ocular health. Vision Essence offers eye vitamins for macular degeneration to help anyone with the condition rebuild and maximize macular pigment.


You can purchase Vision Essence online from our office...  Or stop by anytime   morris map

We have never sold such a popular eye drop! Hyabak® has far exceeded patient expectations to help their dry eyes and contact lens related irritation. We often hear "This is the best eye drop that I have ever tried" when they return to purchase more.  Hyabak® is preservative-free because of its unique bottle design and lasts three months after opening (vs. a standard bottle which should be discarded in 1 month).

Vision Source London now offers a bulk option for Hyabak®


A 3 bottle Hyabak® purchase is discounted to $21 per bottle both ONLINE and IN-OFFICE
Our everyday and online price is $23.50 per bottle

Wish to purchase a single bottle?




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VISION SOURCE LONDON RAISES AWARD-WINNING AMOUNT

FOR EYE CHARITY

 

LONDON, ON -  April1, 2016 — Local optometrist, Dr. Jason Morris and the staff members of Vision Source London, have been acknowledged by Optometry Giving Sight as Bronze award level fundraisers, thanks to their efforts during the 2015 World Sight Day Challenge.

Dr Jason Morris and staff raised funds during World Sight Day 2015 by holding a fundraiser and donating a portion of eye exam fees. This money will be used to support sustainable eye care projects in underserved communities around the world, helping people who are needlessly blind or vision impaired and in urgent need of eye care.

 “We are delighted to have received a Bronze award,” said Dr. Morris. 

 “I have supported Optometry Giving Sight for many many years and am proud to donate to such a worthwhile cause. The World Sight Day Challenge is a great way to help support the millions of people who don’t have access to the basic eye care that we can take for granted.”

 Optometry Giving Sight is committed to supporting programs that focus on training local eye care professionals so that people in need will have access to sustainable eye care from within their own community.

 Thanks to the support of the optical profession, Optometry Giving Sight allocated $1.6 million to 34 projects in 29 countries in 2015, including support to twelve optometry schools in developing countries. The support for optometry schools and educational programs over the years has helped produce qualified local people who screened an estimated 3,704,000 people in 2015.

 For more information about Optometry Giving Sight, visit www.givingsight.org

 

About Optometry Giving Sight:

Optometry Giving Sight is a joint initiative of the World Council of Optometry, the Brien Holden Vision Institute and the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness.

About World Sight Day

World Sight Day is an initiative of VISION 2020: The Right to Sight and is supported by the World Health Organization (WHO); the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness and non government organizations with the shared goal of eliminating avoidable blindness by the year 2020, in order to give all people in the world the right to sight. In 2015, World Sight Day was held on Thursday, October 8. 

About the World Sight Day Challenge
The World Sight Day Challenge is a major fundraising campaign coordinated by Optometry Giving Sight which is designed to raise funds for projects that provide vision care, local training and infrastructure support for people who are blind or vision impaired due to uncorrected refractive error – simply the need for an eye exam and a pair of glasses.

 

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March 5 - 16 | At some point... you or a family member has likely had pink eye.  There are many causes but pink eye caused by a virus is the most common.  Like a cold, a viral red eye has typically not been treated in the past.  The 1-2 weeks of red, irritated eyes (and social isolation!) seems endless.

There are two new treatments for viral red eye that we are now using (when appropriate) so that you get better faster!  Povidone Iodine is an in office treatment to sterilize the eye of all virus so the the eye can heal faster.  We also use a new at home therapy to accelerate your return to white eyes!

Come in an talk to us today as we provide urgent eye care services.    519-681-3670 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with an appointment request - no referral required.

Depending on your diagnosis and your age, some services may not be OHIP covered.