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Safety Goggles
Safety Goggles

Did you know 6% of cases brought to Australian hospitals are due to sport or work related eye injuries?! These eye injuries can lead to loss of vision and permanent damage to the eye, and this is all easily preventable by wearing the correct safety glasses! Why is eye...

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Red Eye
Red Eye

Red eyes is a very common presentation at our clinic and it can mean a plethora of things. In most cases, the red eye presentations are non-threatening and only a few will be diagnosed as urgent and will require further examination at the specialist. So how can you...

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OCT
OCT

In 2021 we no longer want to assume our medical health and eye health is fine just because there are no symptoms. As we all know, the eyes are the window to our souls. And this window is able to tell many things about your body more than you think. As optometrists, we...

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Miyosmart
Miyosmart

Is your child's prescription changing for the worse every time they visit the optometrist? Guess what? It doesn't have to be that way. At Eyecare Network we offer various treatment programs for your child, which aims to slow down any changes in their prescription. One...

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MF CLs
MF CLs

Experience the best of both worlds, with clear near and distance vision! It's time to put away your glasses and try out seamless vision with multifocal contact lens. With various multifocal lens options available on the market today, it’s important you are fitted...

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JulEYE
JulEYE

It's JulEYE! And it is time we start protecting our eyes. JulEYE is an annual campaign designed to raise awareness and protect our eyes from preventable eye diseases. Did you know 75% of vision loss is preventable or treatable if detected early enough, yet every 65...

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Exercise low IOP
Exercise low IOP

Evidence from a few studies has shown that aerobic exercise can reduce eye pressure and can also have a positive impact on other glaucoma risk factors including diabetes and high blood pressure! What does this all mean? Glaucoma is a disease where the optic nerve gets...

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Caring for your glasses
Caring for your glasses

Your glasses are a significant investment in correcting your vision, you’ve also spent not just money on them, but also your time in carefully selecting the correct frame for you and your personality! Let us give you some handy tips so you can get the longest possible...

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Blepharitis
Blepharitis

It is quite common to find bacteria living in and around your eyelashes. But sometimes there can be an overpopulation of said bacteria and that's when issues will arise. Symptoms of dry eye, reddened eyelids, crustiness/stickiness of eyelids (especially in the...

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Atropine
Atropine

Parents and children sometimes dread a visit to the optometrist, simply because they don't want to hear that their child's vision has gotten worse and that they need new glasses. This can cause a lot of stress and unnecessary pressure on the child to perform well...

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Annual Eye Check
Annual Eye Check

The importance of an annual eye examination goes beyond just making sure you are seeing properly. Sometimes we often neglect our eyes when it comes to looking after our general health and wellbeing. It is integral that we have our regular eye checks, below 3 reasons...

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Visine
Visine

This amazing eye drop that magically removes the redness from your eyes, making it appear whiter and brighter. Who doesn’t want that? But what is the trade off? Visine is a vasoconstrictor, which means it artificially constricts the blood vessels of the eyes so tight...

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