Blog

Sports Vision: Keeping Your Eyes Safe While You Compete

Posted June 30, 2021
Share

Nobody would argue about the importance of wearing the proper equipment when playing sports. Athletes suit up in uniforms, pads, gloves, and helmets without a second thought. However, one aspect of sports safety that is often overlooked is eye protection. Sports vision considerations range from preventing eye injuries during a game, to making sure you’re Read more…

The Connection Between Healthy Habits and Your Vision

Posted May 24, 2021
Share

Ever since we were kids, we’ve heard over and over again about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables. When it came to carrots, the rumor was that eating them would give us better eyesight. Adults made it sound as if we’d develop x-ray vision from the power of carrots alone! So here’s the question: Read more…

Allergy Season Can Wreak Havoc on Your Eyes

Posted April 10, 2021
Share

Spring has finally arrived! While the warmer weather is a source of joy and relief for some, it can be tricky for those who suffer from seasonal allergies. Grass, tree, and weed pollen tends to be more prevalent in the spring, causing irritating symptoms for allergy sufferers. Itching, burning, dry, or watery eyes are just Read more…

Why You Should Never Ignore Double Vision

Posted March 25, 2021
Share

Whenever you notice sudden changes in your vision, it is a wise decision to make an appointment with your eye doctor. Though there may be a simple explanation, your eyes are occasionally an indicator of a serious condition. In the case of double vision, there is usually an underlying condition that can require urgent medical Read more…

Understanding Lazy Eye

Posted February 22, 2021
Share

As a child develops, it is wonderful to watch them engage with the world around them. Everything is so new and exciting and they are constantly busy taking in new information. Sometimes, however, their eyes don’t develop properly. This can have long-lasting effects on their vision and it is essential to catch these issues as Read more…

New Patient?

New to Invision or just want more info? We make it easy for you.

Start here

Archives