COVID-19 Update: We are OPEN, and ready to serve you. Learn more

Contact us at (604) 984-2020 or info@hollyburneyeclinic.com

News & Updates

How To Avoid Digital Eye Strain

Don’t forget to take a break! Here are some tips to help avoid digital eye strain: Blue Light Lenses: Lenses that have a specialized coating

Allergy Management and Your Eyes

For those who suffer from allergies, exposure to pets, pollen, or dust mites can quickly lead to red, itchy, watery eyes. Although seasonal allergies are

Getting Kids to Wear Glasses

In most of North America, optometrists are known as Doctors of Optometry (D.O.). As physicians, they are able to diagnose eye disease and prescribe medications

How Vision Problems Affect Learning

Reading is an instrumental part of your child’s ability to learn. In order to write complete sentences or do mathematical problems, a child must first

Teaching Kids About Pink Eye

Conjunctivitis is by no means limited only to children. An infection or inflammation of the conjunctiva — the membrane within the eyelid and protecting the

How Did I Get a Stye?

A stye, medically known as a hordeolum, appears in the eyelid area as a red pimple-like bump, and is usually tender or painful. Styes typically

Nutrition and Your Eyes

As you’ve probably heard, carrots are good for your eyes. Technically, they can’t give you superhero-quality eyesight like you may have been told when you

Stop Rubbing Your Eyes

It feels like a natural thing to rub your eyes when they are itchy, watery, or otherwise irritated. Keeping your hands away from your eyes,

Tips to Alleviate Dry Eyes

Studies show that dry eyes are one of the most common eye problems throughout the United States. Dry eyes are caused by a lack of

Vision Therapy: Not Just For Children

Vision therapy is a doctor-supervised program that helps people of all ages improve their visual-motor skills. Therapy helps your eyes and brain work together better,

Why Is My Eyelid Twitching?

Almost every person experiences some form of eyelid twitching in his or her lifetime. Known medically as blepharospasm, eyelid twitching is characterized by the involuntary