Helping You Find Relief from Dry Eyes
Dry eye syndrome can leave your eyes feeling irritated, gritty, and sensitive, and our Canadian winters don’t do you any favours, either. Dry eyes can put a dent in your productivity due to blurry vision or watery eyes and make it difficult to wear your contact lenses.
We offer innovative dry eye treatments like ZEST and REST technology and specialty contact lenses like sclerals to help you find relief from dry eyes.
Contact us to schedule an appointment today and get to the bottom of your dry eye symptoms.Book Appointment
Understanding Dry Eye
Dry eye can occur when your eyes aren’t producing quality tears or your tears are evaporating too quickly.
Your tear film consists of 3 layers:
- The oily outer layer
- The watery middle layer
- The inner mucus layer
When the glands that produce these elements of your tears are not functioning properly or become inflamed, dry eye can occur. Inflammation can also result from meibomian gland dysfunction.
Dry Eye Symptoms
Common symptoms of dry eye syndrome can include:
- Stinging or gritty feeling in the eye
- Scratchy and uncomfortable eyes
- Fluctuating vision
- A burning feeling or feeling something foreign in the eye
It’s essential to treat and manage dry eye syndrome to help alleviate symptoms to reduce the risk of complications. We can help you find relief, so you can focus on what matters.
Our Dry Eye Treatments
ZEST Eyelid Debridement
The REST device is an eye mask that can help you find relief from dry eyes and improve your sleep patterns in the process. The REST device uses gentle, soothing heat to restore your eyes and also features a cold setting.
The REST device is a convenient way to wind down and give your eyes a break before sleeping after a long day.
Treating Your Eyes Right
We know how busy life can get, and sometimes your eyes pay the price. Giving your eyes a break is important, but we have you covered when dry eye affects you.
Don’t let dry eyes interfere with your productivity for long—contact us today to schedule an appointment!Book Appointment
Come Visit Us
You can find us on the corner of Danforth Ave and Pape Ave, right across the street from the Circle K.
- 658 Danforth Ave, Suite 204
- Toronto, ON M4J 1L1
Hours of Operation
- Monday: 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Wednesday: Closed
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Friday: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
- Sunday: Closed
Our Contact Lens Brands
Along with our comprehensive contact lens exams and fittings, we offer a variety of brands and online ordering services to help you find the perfect new lenses for your unique visual needs.