"EXTENDED FOCUS" or "VOCATIONAL" lenses With the introduction of computers into the workplace over 20 years ago, Optometrists began to see an increasing need for a spectacl...

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 MYOPIA IN CHILDREN GROWING AT ALARMING RATES The majority (65%) of Australian parents (with children 0-17 years old) do not know what child myopia is and alarmingly, only 12% of par...

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Prescription Diving Masks and Swimming Goggles If you wear glasses and enjoy diving or swimming you may have had difficulty doing these activities without your prescription glasses. The good n...

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OUR AGEING EYES Typically, beginning in the early to mid-40's, the eyes begin to deteriorate, a situation that unfortunately becomes more pronounced as we age. Here are some of the ways in...

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Why different coloured sunglass lenses? One question our team of Optical dispensers often get asked is "why is there a choice of colours in sunglass lenses and what do the different colou...

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BLUE LIGHT AND OUR EYES The eyes are sensitive to a narrow band of light frequencies called the visible light spectrum. Blue light has the shortest wavelength of the visible light spectrum, an...

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BUILT TO ENDURE Serengeti® makes the most technically advanced eyewear available. High performance Photochromic and Polarized lenses with Spectral Control® are specifically tailored to...

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Glaucoma ~ The Silent Thief of Sight Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases which lead to progressive degeneration of the optic nerve. This in turn can lead to loss of nerve tissue that resu...

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