Ask about Student Discounts on your next Eye Exam or Prescription Glasses
Oakley Prizm prescription lenses are now available at Economy Optical. Oakley PRIZM lenses emphasize colors that the eye is most sensitive to in specific sports and environments, which creates a lens that is fine-tuned for specific activities. The Oakley PRIZM prescription lens collection is available in Oakley’s full catalog of frames, including sports-specific and everyday styles.
We are pleased to announce that our frames selection for the ODSP and First Nation / Inuit Vision Coverage Programs continue to expand.
We are committed to providing all of our customers with the best experience possible.
Ask our Staff for details on vision coverage programs.
A debate has been brewing for some time about the damaging effects of blue light on our eyes and functionality. Zeiss has written an interesting article on the topic. We encourage all of our patients to discuss all options available to them with their Optometrists prior to ordering glasses.
Our Optical is proud to carry the TOMS optical and sunglass collection.
Optical frames that improve your sight and help restore sight to an individual by supporting a full eye exam and sight-saving surgery, prescription glasses or medical treatment.
Since 1984 our Optical has accepted old prescription glasses and sunglasses for donation for developing countries. We are pleased to continue this tradition by sending all donations to those in need.
If you are interested in donating your glasses or prescription sunglasses, please let someone from our Staff know. Please note no purchase is required to participate in this program.
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Whenever you’re out enjoying the sunshine, it’s crucial you wear sunglasses. Many people are aware of the harmful effects of UV radiation on the skin, however, very few realize the dangerous effects it can have on our eyes.There are different types of UV radiation; the 2 types that predominantly affect our eyes are UV-A and UV-B, both of which can have short term, as well as long term effects.
Click on the link below to read the article written by Dr. Anidjar
Ray-Ban Aviator - one of the most iconic sunglass models in the world - meets the new Evolve Lenses, sensitive to light exposure and able to adapt to every kind of environment. The result? An excellent visibility with any kind of light exposure.
The UV400 protection ensures almost complete eye protection (99%-100%).
Evolve lenses are available in different kind of tones.
Have you ever wondered what it means when someone says you have “20/20 vision”? You’re definitely not alone! This is one of the most common questions we get asked on a daily basis, so I’ll explain what it means.
20/20 vision is a common term used to describe normal visual acuity or clarity of vision. It is determined by testing a person’s vision at a distance of 20 feet away from a visual target of a specific size. So if someone has 20/20 vision, it means that they are able to see a specific target 20 feet away in the distance.
Economy Optical is pleased to announce the addition of the Tiffany & Co. eyewear collection to our Optical. Stop by the Optical to see the latest styles and designs!
Ask our Staff for more information.
We love eye health, and we love fashion. So it’s a natural fit for us to announce that you can now buy TOMS eyewear in Toronto – right at our clinic.
Our optical is proud to be a carrier of TOMS Eyewear. While you may know TOMS for their trendy and charitable footwear, they also have a line of glasses and sunglasses that live by the company’s One for One model. TOMS Eyewear is stylish, well-crafted, and innovative in design with a wide range of styles for men, women, and kids.
When starting out wearing contact lenses, users are usually very diligent in following instructions to take care of their contacts. We are careful about washing our hands before putting them in or throwing them away at the right time. But as time goes on, these rules can start to get lax – we get lazy, tired, and distracted. But what happens when you fall asleep with your contact lenses still in? Or are you really doing harm if you don’t wash your hands before taking them out? And, really, what’s the big deal if you keep wearing contact lenses for weeks past their recommended time?
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