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Sync III
Sync III

In a world that relies heavily on digital communications and technology, we are constantly spending more time in front of digital screens. Little do we know, the dynamics and different features of the screen produces an increased work load for our eyes. Research has...

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Swimming With CLs
Swimming With CLs

With days of sunshine and with the holidays coming up, we are making our way to the beach and swimming pools a lot more. One question, the optometrists at our practice always get asked during this time is "Can I swim with my contact lenses?" The short answer is NO....

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Sunglasses
Sunglasses

WHAT ARE SUNGLASSES REALLY DOING FOR YOUR EYES? Sunglasses are more than a stylish accessory! They are a must if you want to look after your eyes. The most important benefit of wearing sunglasses is that they protect your eyes from ultraviolet (UV) light. UV light can...

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Smoking
Smoking

How's your progress on your New Year Resolutions? Was one of them quitting smoking? If you're struggling, here some quick reminders as to why you should stop smoking. Not only is it beneficial for your overall health (and wallet), it is also beneficial to your ocular...

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Preventive Myopia
Preventive Myopia

Last week we discussed myopia and its causes so now you're probably wondering how can I prevent this for my children? It's quite simple really. Just follow these rules: Set aside 90 minutes every day for your children to spend time outdoors. This could mean playing at...

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Myopia Management
Myopia Management

My child is already wearing glasses, what else can I do for them? The earlier myopia starts, the greater chance your child has of developing high myopia, increasing your child's risk of developing sight-threating diseases. This is why it's a major concern. The aim of...

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Myopia Epidemic
Myopia Epidemic

With all the children returning back to school this week, it's important to reiterate our concerns of myopia that are affecting a lot of children in the modern age. The number of children being diagnosed with myopia is increasing every day so much that the World...

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Eating for your eyes
Eating for your eyes

We use our eyes every day, which means they are subject to wear and tear. As we age our eyes naturally become more susceptible to common eye diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration. Scientific studies have shown that a balanced nutritious diet is...

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How to get rid of my styes?
How to get rid of my styes?

Styes are swollen red nodule affecting the eyelid margins, clinically known as external hordeolums. External hordeolum (styes), are acute infections of the lash follicle, and its associated gland of zeis or moll.   On the other hand, Internal Hordeolums are...

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Manuka Eye Drops
Manuka Eye Drops

Hey everyone, It's been great seeing a lot of our patients visiting us for an eye test in the past week. We hope to see more of you soon. A lot of our patients suffer from dry eyes and we were wondering if there is anything more that we can do for our patients. We...

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Hoya EnRoute
Hoya EnRoute

As roads become more congested and we spend an increasing amount of time behind the wheel, our eyes are taking on the strain. Driving demands a lot from your vision - not only do you have to focus far and near quickly while driving, different weather and light...

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Glaucoma
Glaucoma

Did you know? Approximately 300,000 Australians have glaucoma, but 50% of those people are completely unaware they have a potentially blinding eye disease! Why? Generally there are no symptoms or warning signs in the early stages of glaucoma. This is why glaucoma is...

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