See What Matters in 2021
January 14, 2021

See What Matters in 2021 at Canterbury Eyecare

If the last year has taught us anything, it’s that life is too precious to miss out on what matters to us most. Our job is to help you and your loved ones enjoy a lifetime of healthy sight. At Canterbury Eyecare we want to help you see what matters.

Did you know that you use your eyes differently depending on the activity?

In an eye examination with one of our Optometrists; Chris, Genevieve or Laura, they take the time to really understand how and where you use your vision in your everyday life. That’s why we will often recommend specific-purpose eyewear to help you see your world as clearly as possible – whether you’re curling up with a book, working on a device, out in the sun or getting active!

In an eye examination with us, not only do we evaluate the sharpness of your vision, we also examine the internal and external health of your eyes at length to check for signs of eye disease, UV damage and other general health conditions.

Being an independent optometry practice gives us the freedom to:

It is this combination of clinical expertise, immediate access to technological advancements and our patient relationships that makes our job of helping the local community maintain healthy vision so rewarding.

Here are some of the most popular eyewear solutions we prescribe:

Prescription Sunglasses – Clear vision with UV and glare protection

Digital Eyewear – Relax and protect your eyes from digital eye strain

Contact lensesFreedom to be active, glasses-free

New Fashion Look – A new style for a different occasion

Reading Glasses – More comfortable near vision for progressive wearers

Spare Everyday Pair – Keep a spare pair, so you’re never without

We’re passionate about helping you and your family enjoy a lifetime of healthy, clear vision. If you notice any changes in your vision or simply have a question, please give us a call.

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