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Did you know that women are at a higher risk for visual impairment?

It’s true! Studies have found that two of every three individuals with blindness or visual impairment are women, and diseases such as age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, and cataracts are more common in females. Medical professionals point to a few factors that might be behind these statistics: Women tend to live longer than men Women have… Read More


LipiScan Now Available at North Toronto Eye!

North Toronto Eye Care continues to be at the forefront of technology by now offering LipiScan testing for our patients. The LipiScan tests the meibomian glands, the part of the eye most likely to cause dry eye, providing high-definition images to show blockages or irregularities. The LipiScan is quick, efficient, and provides highly accurate images… Read More


Facts About Diabetic Retinopathy

Those with diabetes know that this common disease can come with unanticipated side effects. One of these complications is diabetic retinopathy, a prevalent eye disease occuring in the diabetic community. Diabetic Retinopathy is manageable, and permanent vision loss can be prevented with early detection and treatment. The eye care specialists at North Toronto Eye Care… Read More


Reflections from the 2018 ASCRS Conference

At this year’s annual meeting of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ASCRS)  held in Washington D.C. technology and clinical updates were the focus. Nailing refractive outcomes was a frequent theme as no longer is getting 75% accuracy within 20/20-20/40 post op results acceptable. With modern technology as we have at North Toronto… Read More


IOL Calculations: NTEC’s New Lenstar Technology

Dr. Theodore Rabinovitch On NTEC’s New Lenstar Technology: It’s important to remember that the bar regarding patient expectations about their vision after surgery is continually being raised. When I started doing surgery a three decades ago we were really happy if we achieved outcomes of 20/40-20/60 uncorrected.  Now, patients can even be 20/20 and can be unhappy… Read More


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