Envy Eyewear
1944 Queen St E Toronto ON M4L 1H6 (416) 699-3407
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Toronto, ON | 416.699.3407

Ageing Eyes Need Extra Care

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It’s no secret that vision changes as you age. But did you know that your eyes actually change structure as you get older? Although these changes are, for the most part, normal, they can have a significant impact on your eyesight and the way you see the world.

Regular eye exams can help us not only track structural changes our senior patients’ eyes are going through, but mitigate any issues the structural changes could cause.

When Do Seniors Need an Eye Exam?

We recommend everyone has their eyes examined once a year, especially if you’re sixty or older. If you have diabetes or other conditions that impact eye health, your optometrist may recommend having your eyes checked more frequently.

Book Your Eye Exam at Envy Eyewear!

Our amazing optometrist, Dr Poonam Teja is available for eye exams and consultations every Tuesday from 3 PM to 6 PM, and every second Saturday from 11 AM to 3 PM.

Request your appointment today.

Eye Exams Can Help Protect You From Eye Disease

A lot of eye diseases develop very gradually, almost completely without symptoms. By the time a patient realises something is wrong, they’ve already lost a large portion of their vision.

Our eye exams involve the use of diagnostic equipment specially designed to catch eye diseases early. With early detection, you have the best possible chance of preventing or delaying vision loss.

Age-Related Macular Degeneration

The macula is a small area of the retina which helps you see finer details like someone’s facial features, or this text! As you age, the macula can become obscured by fatty deposits called drusen, or swelling of the retina due to leaking blood vessels. When the macula is obscured, it causes a permanent loss of central vision.

The best way to catch and treat age-related macular degeneration early is through regular eye exams.

Glaucoma

The space between the iris and the cornea is filled with a fluid called the aqueous humour, which is always flowing. Glaucoma usually occurs when the aqueous humour isn’t draining properly, causing the intraocular pressure to rise. This pressure damages the optic nerve and results in permanent vision loss.

In most cases, glaucoma develops very slowly over time and can be detected early with regular eye exams.

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You’re Never Too Old For a New Look

Outdated frames can make you seem older than you really are. We carry the hottest frames from some of the world’s favourite designers. Explore our full list of brands, or come into the store, and try some things on. We can’t wait to help you find your brand new signature look.

Cataracts

Cataracts develop when the proteins in your eye’s lens start to restructure, making the lens more and more opaque. The cloudy lens can make it difficult to see and can cause excessive glare around lights, especially at night time.

Almost everyone develops cataracts at some point. Regular eye exams allow your optometrist to track your cataracts’ progress and recommend when it’s time to pursue treatment.

Check Out Our Optical Shop in The Beaches

We’re located just 20 minutes south of downtown Toronto, and a short walk from the beach. Let us set you up with a stunning new look today.

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1944 Queen St. E
Toronto, ON M4L 1H6

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Hours of Operation

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 10 AM - 7 PM
Wednesday: 10 AM - 7 PM
Thursday: 10 AM - 7 PM
Friday: 10 AM - 7 PM
Saturday: 10 AM - 6 PM
Sunday: Closed

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