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5 Things to Look for When Choosing The Right Eye Doctor for You

An essential part of taking care of your overall health and wellbeing is choosing an optometrist you can trust. Your vision care is something that should never be compromised. Choosing the right eye doctor is an important decision to maintain the health of your eyes. To help you find a quality optometrist in Calgary, we’ve […]

What is The Difference Between Polarized and Anti-Reflective Lenses?

The style of your prescription and non-prescription eyewear from Doig Optometry is as beautiful as the design and fashion of the frame you choose. The clarity and sharpness of your vision is greatly impacted by the type of lenses you choose, even after the Optometrists at Doig Optometry determine your most accurate and up to […]

What is The Best Way to Clean a Pair of Eyeglasses?

A small study conducted in 2018 reported that dangerous bacteria can grow on eyeglasses, predominantly on the nose pads and ear clips where the most contamination was found. A quick daily cleaning can reduce the culmination of germs and lengthen the longevity of your eyeglass frames. However, without proper cleaning, you could be unknowingly stripping […]

Contact Lenses and COVID- 19

It’s Doctor Doig writing this Blog. I hope you are all doing well. I know all of us have been impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic in some way, and I’m reaching out to share the most accurate information I have so you can feel reassured about your use of contact lenses in this “COVID-19 World”. […]

Doig Optometry COVID-19 Response

On March 17, 2020, the Government of Alberta declared a State of Public Emergency in response to the spread of the novel coronavirus in Alberta. In order to participate fully with the appropriate and aggressive efforts being made in our community, Doig Optometry will close as of March 17, 2020, until the COVID-19 crisis is […]

Adjusting to Progressive Lenses

Congratulations on your transition to progressive lenses! You have made a choice that will help your own comfort and vision. If it doesn’t feel like an easy switch right away, don’t worry. It takes time for many people to get used to progressive lenses. This blog will tell you about some of the tricks you can use to get a better gaze from your new lenses.

Progressive vs. Bifocals

Progressive vs. Bifocals – Doig Optometry – Progressive Lenses in Calgary When your vision requires a prescription that aids near-sighted and far-sightedness, your optometrist will give you the option of progressive (sometimes called ‘no-line bifocals’) or bifocal lenses. But what are some differences between bifocals and progressives?
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