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Transition SOLFX Sunwear Products

Woman wearing sunglassesTransitions SOLFX sun lenses are high-performance sunwear specifically designed for outdoor use. Traditional sunwear remains the same level of darkness regardless of the level of sunlight. This is why in certain situations some sunglasses can seem too dark, while other situations the same pair may not seem dark enough.
 
Transitions SOLFX sun lenses self-adjust, changing the level of darkness with the changing amount of sunlight so you can see better, look great and perform at your best.
  • Sun lenses that adjust from dark to darker depending on the sun
  • Offers a variety of colors and tint ranges by outdoor need
  • Multiple unique product offerings designed for specific outdoor activities.
  • Blocks 100% of sun’s harmful UVA & UVB rays.
  • Compatible with many frame brands and styles to create custom look
  • Available in prescription and non-prescription.  

 

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Dear Patients,

Ontario will be entering LOCKDOWN on December 26 @12:01AM by order of the Government of Ontario for at least 28 days. Please note that medical care including Optometry services are NOT impacted by these changes.

We will continue to operate following Public Health protocols including screening, PPE, handwashing & sanitizing as well as maintaining physical distancing where possible.

We are open throughout the holiday season (Closed Dec25-27 and Dec31-Jan3) for orders, with very limited in person care. We will be open for full care on Jan 4. We will reserve two urgent care appointments each day during the province-wide lockdown to help reduce the number of eye related emergency room visits for our current patients.

If you are experiencing an eye emergency (loss of vision, double vision, distortion to vision, ocular pain, photosensitivity or other visual symptoms) please contact the office at 519 822 2710 for advice before presenting to the emergency room.