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Metro Eye Care is a full-service, family-friendly optometry office in downtown Toronto. Our optometrists are expertly trained to evaluate and treat eye conditions. They are passionate about using innovative eye care technology to improve eyesight clarity and enhance vision.

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How we care for your eyes

Our optometry office in downtown Toronto is equipped for comprehensive eye exams and to facilitate vision therapy -- if needed. Our optometrists are also well trained in pediatrics. They expertly care for the vision needs of families from eye tests to treating compromised vision and eye emergencies.

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Purchase a competitively priced pair of brand name glasses at Metro Eye Care in downtown Toronto. Our optometrists will help you to discover the right prescription for your vision needs. Our eye care team will support you as your pick the perfect pair of glasses or sunglasses from our diverse selection of fashionable frames.

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Learn about your eyesight and how to protect your vision with articles from Metro Eye Care's blog. Our optometrists leverage their extensive training and experience to write articles that help patients to understand how to enhance their vision with proper eye care and eyewear in Toronto, Ontario.

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Show My Glasses Canadian Association of Optometrists Canadian Examiners in Optometry College of Optometrists of Ontario
Eye See Eye Learn Program National Board of Examiners in Optometry Ontario Association of Optometrists

Read Our Latest Blog Post: What you need to know about aqueous tear deficient dry eye disease

 

What is aqueous tear deficient dry eye disease?

Your tears do much more than indicate that you are crying. They have other functions. The tear glands supply your eyes with the tears required to keep them moist. Each time you blink, they supply the tears needed. Those tears keep your eyes moist, clean, and healthy. If your tear glands stop this supply for any reason, it can lead to the condition called aqueous tear deficient dry eye disease. This condition usually comes with vision problems, redness of the eyes, and eye discomfort or pain.

Causes of aqueous tear deficient dry eye disease

Many factors can cause or contribute to aqueous deficient dry eye disease but the two most common ones include Sjogren’s syndrome and advanced age. 

Sjogren’s syndrome

Sjogren's syndrome is a disease that attacks both tear glands and saliva glands. Tear glands … Read more