Due to the COVID-19 outbreak the College of Optometrists of Ontario has given a directive that all Optometry Offices should offer urgent care only.
Dr. Coward and Associates will be following this directive in order to ensure the health of our patients and staff. However, if you do have an urgent matter (eye health emergency, loss /breakage of glasses, prescription or refills of drops, run out of contact lenses) please call our office at 613-392-6211 and we can assist you. You can also e-mail us at email@example.com. We are open to assist you Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm so please contact us then.
We do apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
We are positive that with the cooperation of our community and everyone doing their part, this difficult time will soon be distant.
Thank you for your understanding. Drs. Bruce Coward, Jim Tzeng, Nathalie Renaud, Sanyukta Awale, Maria Coward, Ricky Cheung and Staff.
Find Your Perfect Sunglasses At Dr. Coward & Associates
There are numerous reasons people wear sunglasses; from fashion to UV protection. Sunglasses with a good anti-UV coating are important to keep your eyes safe. Too much UV exposure can have negative long-term eﬀects on your eyes. Too much UV light has been found to increase the risk of cataracts and macular degeneration later in life. Please talk to your optometrist about how to best protect your eyes from UV light.
There are diﬀerent options available to protect your eyes from the sun. Many patients wear glasses that darken when they go into the sun, called transitions. The beneﬁt of this style of lenses is that you never have to worry about forgetting your sunglasses at home, they are built right into your everyday lenses! There are even contact lenses available that can darken in the sun. For those that prefer a darker tint or need sunglasses for driving, prescription sunglasses are available in a variety of colours, styles and can be made as polarized lenses. Dr. Coward & Associates oﬀers many brand-name, aﬀordable and high quality sunglasses.
Beneﬁts of wearing prescription sunglasses
The primary beneﬁt of wearing prescription sunglasses is that you’re protecting your eyes every time you step outside. Sunglasses are essential to preserve good ocular health and help reduce the risk of cataracts and macular degeneration.
Contact Dr. Coward &Associates
Contact our oﬃce to ﬁnd out more about your sunglass options and how sunglasses can protect your eye health.