Happy Spring! A friendly reminder to contact us for your eye care needs!
The people of Markham voted, and the results are in! Dr. Hafiz Walji has been voted Best Optometrist in Markham, by the 2011 Readers Choice Awards. This is actually Dr. Walji’s eighth Reader’s Choice Award Win! We thank all the readers who voted, and all of our loyal patients who support our clinic. We will continue to serve Markham and the surrounding areas with quality eye care services.
We are also currently accepting new patients! To visit our website, please see https://eyesdr.com. You can book appointments for your whole family online at our website, or contact us at (905) 471-EYES (3937). Our hours and other information can be found on our website.
Please see excerpts of the news clipping below!
The internet is often the first place our patients turn to for information about anything from aardvarks to zoology. However, if you are relying on the world wide web for information about your eyes (or any other health related issue), a word of caution is in order.
Running a quick search on the word “EYES” with a popular search engine produced 1,330,000,000 results, many of which contain inaccurate, misleading, and potentially dangerous information which is often presented as “advice”.
You are probably taking vitamins to stay strong, walking to keep your spine and muscles healthy, and eating less fat and more fibre to stay in tip-top shape. Well, here are some tips for your eyes to stay healthy as your get older.
There isn’t much a baby can see clearly when he is first born. He doesn’t have the ability yet to focus quickly or accurately. In the beginning, each eye tends to act independently of the other. It takes a while before he learns how to use both eyes to see well.
As time goes on, if your baby still doesn’t seem to be seeing well, she should have an eye examination. There are certain telltale signs a parent can watch for: