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Terms & Conditions

Below you will find terms and conditions listed for our current offers and promotions. For further details please ask in-store. 

  • How often should I have an eye exam?
    It is recommended to have a comprehensive eye exam every one to two years, depending on your age, risk factors, and overall eye health. Your eye care professional can determine the ideal frequency for your specific needs.
  • What are the common signs and symptoms of eye problems in adults?
    Common signs and symptoms of eye problems in adults include blurred vision, difficulty seeing at night, eye strain or fatigue, redness, itching or dryness, eye pain or discomfort, floaters or flashes of light, and frequent headaches.
  • Can digital screens and prolonged computer use harm my eyes?
    Extended periods of staring at digital screens can cause digital eye strain, also known as computer vision syndrome. It can lead to symptoms like dry eyes, blurred vision, headaches, and neck or shoulder pain. Following the 20-20-20 rule (taking a 20-second break every 20 minutes to look at something 20 feet away) can help alleviate these symptoms.
  • How can I prevent or manage dry eyes?
    To prevent or manage dry eyes, use lubricating eye drops, avoid dry environments or excessive airflow, take regular breaks during prolonged screen time, and consider using a humidifier in your home or office. It's also important to stay hydrated and avoid rubbing your eyes.
  • How do I take care of contact lenses?
    Proper care and maintenance of contact lenses are crucial to prevent eye infections and ensure clear vision. It typically involves cleaning and disinfecting the lenses, storing them correctly, and adhering to a recommended replacement schedule. Follow the instructions provided by your eye care professional and the lens manufacturer.
  • How is Ultra Wield Field Imaging different from an OCT Scan?
    Ultra Wield Field Imaging is a wide-field retinal imaging technology that captures high-resolution, panoramic images of the retina. Unlike an OCT Scan, which provides cross-sectional images, Ultra Wield Field Imaging captures a wide-angle view of the retina, including the peripheral areas. This imaging can help detect retinal abnormalities, peripheral lesions, and vascular disorders.
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