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Fashion Meets Function: Exploring Stylish Eyewear Options at LMC

The Link Between Vision Health and Overall Wellness

Introduction Eyewear has evolved from being a mere necessity for vision correction to a significant fashion accessory that reflects personal style and functionality. At LMC, we believe that eyewear should not only enhance your vision but also complement your look. In this blog, we explore the stylish eyewear options available at LMC, where fashion meets […]

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How to Safely View the Upcoming Solar Eclipse in Ontario

A Total Solar Eclipse Over Canada A total eclipse is set to occur on April 8, 2024, covering parts of Mexico, the United States and Canada. In Canada, we will experience the total eclipse from Southern Ontario to Newfoundland and Labrador, with the rest of country experiencing a partial eclipse. While this is a phenomenal event, […]

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Can My Eyesight Get Better?

The importance of eye health To reduce the likelihood of vision loss, blindness, and eye diseases (such as cataracts and glaucoma), it is essential to maintain good eye health.The sense of sight is responsible for approximately 80% of our perception.Therefore, it is essential to prioritize our eye health when considering our lifestyle choices and overall […]

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Importance of Children’s Eye Exams

Keeping a check on your child’s eye health is very important. Regular eye exams are required to make sure that your child is not suffering from any vision problems. Many times, undiagnosed eye issues can lead to poor school performance. Here are some vision problems that are common among children:  Myopia (nearsightedness): Myopia or nearsightedness is a common […]

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Cataract: Symptoms, Risk Factors & Treatment

June is Cataract Awareness Month. A cataract is a dense clouding in the lens of an eye due to protein build up. They usually develop slowly and are more common in older adults. Currently, almost 2.5 million Canadians have cataracts. Symptoms Cataracts usually develop slowly so you may not notice any vision problems initially, however, as protein build up […]

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