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New Varilux X Progressive Lenses by Essilor

Do you struggle to see up close? If so, you might be experiencing presbyopia, a natural change in vision that occurs after the age of 40. Your near vision may feel a bit like an out of focus camera whose image you can’t quite sharpen. If you’ve recently been diagnosed as having presbyopia your eye doctor has likely recommended progressive lenses.   Progressive lenses have evolved since your parents’ generation. Created with today’s vision behaviours and needs in mind, the…

West Coast Optical Introduces Special Offers on Optician Care Services

Surrey, BC-based provider of optician services, West Coat Optical is introducing a new selection of special offers to thank their clients for choosing their business. An example of the special offers now available through West Coast Optical is their 2-for-the-price-of-1 offer on transitions polarized lenses and computer glasses. This offer will ensure clients receive a free pair ofCrizal Sun UV coating lenses or computer glasses when they purchase frames and lenses with transitions and Crizal anti-reflecting coating. It’s the type…

Good Eye Care for Computer Users – West Coast Optical

For so many of us technology is a significant part of modern life. About 80% of us use it regularly. Whether it is for business or pleasure, often both, looking at all those screens can have a negative effect on your eyes.  Think about how much time you spend each day looking at your phone, computer or laptop, and tablet. Those hours add up and eventually take a toll on your eyes.  (more…)

West Coast Optical Explains the Role Your Optometrist Plays in Your Health Care

Some confusion exists between the terms "optometrist", "ophthalmologist", and the good old-fashioned "eye doctor." Technically, the two first terms are classifications of types of eye doctors. The difference is that the primary duty of an optometrist is to prescribe glasses and contact lenses and evaluate the general visual health of his patients. An ophthalmologist, on the other hand, is more of a specialist that focuses on more serious conditions and surgical procedures. (more…)