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Apr 30

Tips for Contact Lens Wearers

Here's how to care for your eyes and your contact lenses DO: Attend for regular check-ups as recommended by your Vision Optometrists practitioner Wash and dry your hands prior to handling your lenses Clean, rinse and disinfect your lenses after each use (except daily disposable lenses, which should be discarded... read more →
Apr 30

Dry Eyes

Dry eyes are a very common occurrence interfering with comfort and visual function and are more apparent in the winter season. It results from changes in volume (quantity) and chemical composition (quality) of the tear film leaving you with ocular discomfort. The tear film The tear film consists of 3... read more →
Dec 18

Thank you for 2018

View this email in your browser Season's greetings from VISION! To all our customers, whether you have been seeing us for years or are new to VISION, a heartfelt and sincere THANK YOU for all your support over the last year. We have been in Cresta now for over 30... read more →
Nov 05
Nov 05

Contact lens news

It is with regret that that we inform you that Johnson and Johnson Vision Care have withdrawn their services from South Africa due to operational and logistical challenges. The products affected are: • Acuvue Oasys • Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism • Acuvue 1 Day Moist • Acuvie 1 Day Tru... read more →
Nov 05
Nov 05

Why is eye care important?

Good eyesight is an important part of wellbeing and an important factor in retaining independence and enjoying better quality of life as we get older. Loss of vision does not need to be an accepted consequence of ageing. Vision can deteriorate for many reasons and, even when associated with the... read more →
Nov 05

How often is an eye examination needed?

This is one of the questions we frequently hear at VISION. We have compiled a table to help answer your questions. Infants Infants are born with underdeveloped visual systems. A child's visual system develops throughout the first months and years of life. First eye examination: 6 months of age. Certain... read more →
Nov 05

How we select spectacle lenses

As we get more and more exposed to technologically advanced lifestyles, our visual demands increase to keep up with smart phones, laptops, GPS’s and every form of tablet available. All of this can be a real pain in the… eye. Although the human eye is an amazing data processing system,... read more →
Nov 05