How Should I Treat My Dry Eyes At Home?

Meet Our Team | 04/28/2022

Get relief for the burning, itching, and discomfort of dry eyes with these easy at-home care tips from inVision Ophthalmology Tuscaloosa.


How is a Diabetic Eye Exam Different From a Regular Eye Exam?

Meet Our Team | 03/24/2022

A diabetic eye exam focuses on the retina, a target of diabetic damage, unlike a regular eye exam that examines multiple ocular regions.


What Are the First Signs of Cataracts to Look For?

Meet Our Team | 02/17/2022

The first signs of cataracts include faded colors, blurry vision, and new nearsightedness, but they can be managed by an ophthalmologist.


Choosing Between Bifocal and Multifocal Contact Lenses

Meet Our Team | 01/25/2022

Contact lenses offer vision correction to patients in Tuscaloosa, AL. Find out the difference between bifocals and multifocals here.


Can Eye Drops Really Help With Glaucoma?

Meet Our Team | 12/21/2021

Eye drops can resolve many problems surrounding glaucoma, although they will not always be as effective as surgery.


Are My Itchy Eyes a Sign of Eye Allergies?

Meet Our Team | 11/20/2021

Eye allergies are common occurrences that can trigger itchiness in the eyes as well as many other irritations.


Who is a Candidate for Scleral Contact Lenses?

Meet Our Team | 10/25/2021

You may be a candidate for scleral contact lenses if you have corneal irregularities, dry eyes, or have undergone refractive surgery.


Are Annual Eye Exams Important if I Have Diabetes?

Meet Our Team | 09/27/2021

Regular eye exams are vital for those with diabetes, as elevated blood sugar levels can damage the various tissues of the eyes and cause vision loss.


Could Dry Eyes Be Causing Your Headaches?

Meet Our Team | 08/29/2021

If you're experiencing headaches and migraines with dry eyes, the two could be connected. Learn more about the link between dry eyes and headaches.


Reasons Why You Should Not Leave Your Glaucoma Untreated

Meet Our Team | 07/22/2021

Learn how glaucoma is detected, and find out what may happen if glaucoma is not treated promptly.


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