Congratulations To Pacific Vision Institute!

August, 2018 – LMCW®™ is proud to announce another addition to our growing association of world-renowned healthcare providers; Pacific Vision Institute  has just earned the distinction of becoming a part of Leading Medical Clinics of the World®, the most comprehensive network of the highest quality medical practices and physicians in the world. After a rigorous… Read More »

Strategic Partnership with eyeTrust Network

Leading Creative Services™ (LCS™) is proud to announce our newest strategic partnership with the eyeTrust Network. Leading Creative Services™ provides fully managed Social Media & Online Review services for our groups and associations in the Healthcare Community. Our unique approach to Social Media and Online reviews through the My Digital Number™ Audit process provides our… Read More »

UltraView ReLACS: The New Vision of Cataract Surgery

Did you know that more than 2.5 million Canadians have cataracts? A cataract is an eye condition where the lens becomes cloudy and hard, preventing light from reaching the retina clearly. Cataracts become more likely with age and they’re treated by removing the cloudy lens and replacing it with an artificial prescription lens. Traditional methods… Read More »

The Benefits of PRK

Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK), isn’t just a type of laser eye surgery that can correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism—it is the precursor to other laser eye procedures like LASIK. Today, PRK continues to evolve to offer safer, more predictable, and more optimal results for patients wanting to reduce their dependence on contacts and prescription lenses. Wondering… Read More »

How Dry Eyes Are Treated with Technology

According to the newly released international Dry Eye Work Shop study II: “Dry eye is a multifactorial disease of the ocular surface characterized by a loss of homeostasis of the tear film, and accompanied by ocular symptoms, in which tear film instability and hyperosmolarity, ocular surface inflammation and damage, and neurosensory abnormalities play etiological roles.”… Read More »

Everything You Need to Know About Lower Eyelid Surgery

Our eyelids are truly remarkable structures; they help protect the eye from the environment and brush away dirt and other harmful particles. Healthy eyelids also help the ocular surface in maintaining visual clarity. In fact, they’re so crucial to our vision that even a slight structural change to the eyelids could have serious consequences. For… Read More »

5 Reasons Why You Should Always Buy Your Glasses from an Optometrist

Forget the pharmacy or the corner store—the next big fad seems to be buying prescription glasses online. Of course, what you may get with convenience and possibly price, you lose in accuracy and a guarantee in quality. It’s tempting to think that you can just buy your next glasses without ever taking a step out… Read More »

Are Screens Destroying Your Vision?

Screens are so pervasive in our everyday lives—they’re practically unavoidable. If you’ve ever walked into a pole or had trouble sleeping thanks to the fluorescent blue glow of your smartphone, then you know that there are consequences to being so connected all the time. The combination of small print, intense blue light, and awkward reading… Read More »

Lift the Cloud: The Next Level in Cataract Surgery

Did you know that cataract surgeries were performed as early as the third century CE? One of the earliest records of cataract surgery was from the ancient Indian physician Sushruta; this procedure used a curved blade to push back the cloudy lenses into the eye, and interestingly enough, clarified butter was used to wash out… Read More »

Know the Difference Between an Optometrist and an Opthalmologist

While both optometrists and ophthalmologists are doctors that specialize in eye care, they each have different sets of skills and responsibilities. Do you need to see an optometrist or an ophthalmologist? We have put together this infographic so you can know the difference: Optometrist An eye doctor who has earned the Doctor of Optometry (OD)… Read More »