Happy Halloween everyone!
On Friday, September 22, Dr Lee and the Whitby Vision Care team will be participating in the CNIB Night Steps fundraising walk!
Please help us support CNIB’s work to assist thousands of Canadians who are blind or partially sighted with life-changing programs, such as orientation and mobility training, library services, emotional support, computer training and more.
Follow the link below to donate to our team!
I’m supporting CNIB Night Steps
Looking for circle lenses? 👁 We have them in Whitby and Brooklin! Call (905)666-4848 to book a fitting
Can you tell which eye Dr Lee has the lens in? 👀 It’s a very subtle ✨pop✨ without being too obvious
The solar eclipse is happening TODAY between 1:10 – 3:49pm!
If you don’t have a pair of eclipse glasses to view this amazing phenomenon SAFELY, come on down to Whitby Vision Care or Brooklin Vision Care!! We have a few pairs that you can borrow to take a peek.
The peak coverage will be at 2:32pm
Or here’s an alternate way that you can view it at home: Build your own projector
Do you have plans for viewing the solar eclipse on Monday? 😎 If you aren’t able to find a pair of eclipse glasses this weekend, come in to Whitby Vision Care or Brooklin Vision Care and borrow one of ours! We will have a few sets available so that you can take a quick peek safely 😉
You will be able to see a shadow between 1:10 and 3:49 pm, with peak coverage at 2:32 pm
Happy Canada Day everyone! Wishing you all a safe and wonderful long weekend 🇨🇦
We are celebrating Patient Appreciation Month this July at both Whitby Vision Care and Brooklin Vision Care! For every new frame purchase we are giving away a Canada 150 pin, as well as you will be entered in a draw to win a summer gift basket! Thanks to our amazing patients for all your support! Happy Birthday Canada!!
Attention pimple poppers!
If you secretly love watching pimple popping videos, you’ll probably get the same satisfaction from watching MEIBOMIAN GLAND EXPRESSION (aka squeezing)! If not, you should probably skip this video 😉
Meibomian glands are located in your eyelids, and they secrete the oily component of tears which keeps them from evaporating. When they are blocked or not producing enough oil, that is a leading cause of dry eye syndrome. They can also get clogged with makeup, so make sure you thoroughly clean your eyelids right to the base of your eyelashes every night.
If you suffer from redness, gritty/sandy feeling, stinging, occasional blurry vision, or uncontrollable watering – call (905) 666-4848 to get an eye exam to determine whether you have Dry Eye Syndrome. Yes it sounds weird, but even watery eyes is a sign of dryness!
(not my video)