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What is corneal topography and why it is important

Corneal topography, also known as photokeratoscopy, is a medical imaging technique used for mapping the cornea’s anterior surface. This diagnostic tool creates a map of your cornea’s surface curvature. The data collected can then be viewed in different formats including
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Dry eye syndrome in children and teens

The rate of dry eye syndrome has been examined more closely in recent years in teens and adolescents. Studies have been conducted to examine several factors such as dry eye symptoms, signs, rate of blinking and the quality of blinks
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Eye exam beyond the Prescription

What’s really involved in a Comprehensive Eye Examination People might hear it often that they need to get their eyes checked on regular basis, but many still don’t quite understand why this is important.  The aim of this article is
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What is Dry Eye Syndrome?

DRY EYE SYNDROME? Dry Eye Syndrome is a common problem for all ages.  It occurs when your tears are not sufficient or imbalanced to keep the front surface of the eye, your cornea, well lubricated.  The cornea needs constant lubrication
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What you need to know about evaporative dry eye disease

Evaporative dry eye disease is one of the most common forms of dry eye conditions. It is an eye disease that is characterized by inadequate or total lack of quality tears. This usually happens when the oil glands that line
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What is a dilated eye exam and why is it important?

You might think that your eyes are absolutely healthy when there are no symptoms, however it’s important to visit an eye doctor for the dilated eye exam as many eye conditions don’t present with symptoms initially.  Annual dilated exams are
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What is Orthokeratology?

To learn more about orthokeratology, visit our orthokeratology treatment page at https://360eyecare.ca/orthokeratology-treatment/
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Cataract: Causes, Symptoms, and Prevention 

What is Cataract? Cataract is a condition in which a clouding layer develops in the eye’s natural crystalline lens which is found behind the iris. Cataracts are the highest cause of vision loss for populations over the age of 40.
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Eye exams for patients with Diabetes

One fact many people might not be aware of is that there is a strong correlation between the systemic diagnosis of diabetes and ocular complications.  Diabetes has potential serious negative impact on the eyes.  In fact, diabetes is found to
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High index lenses

What are high index lenses? In the world of eyewear, there is a continuous ongoing debate: contact lenses vs glasses. Both parties have their vocals fans, but at the end of the day, it usually comes down to personal preference.
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