What Kind of Vision is Improved with Multifocal Contact Lenses?
Discover how multifocal contact lenses in Tuscaloosa, AL, can improve vision at multiple distances.Read
How Does Age Impact Glaucoma Development?
Learn how age impacts glaucoma development as Dr. Young Choi at inVision Ophthalmology Tuscaloosa explains key facts.Read
How to Know If You Have Diabetic Retinopathy
InVision Ophthalmology Tuscaloosa in Tuscaloosa, AL, can help you detect the early warning signs and critical symptoms of diabetic retinopathy.Read
How Many Years Can Scleral Contacts Last?
Scleral contact lenses at inVision Ophthalmology in Tuscaloosa, AL can treat keratoconus, astigmatism, and dry eyes, lasting 1 – 3 years with care.Read
When Is Refractive Cataract Surgery Needed?
Refractive cataract surgery at inVision Ophthalmology in Tuscaloosa, AL, corrects both cataracts and refractive errors for improved eyesight.Read
What Can Cause Watery Eyes During the Winter?
Explore the causes and treatments for winter-related eye issues, like watery and dry eyes, available at inVision Ophthalmology Tuscaloosa here.Read
What Happens if Dry Eyes are Untreated?
Dry eye syndrome will only get worse if untreated, leading to daily discomfort, potential ocular damage, and even visual impairment.Read
How Can Patients Benefit from Bifocal Contact Lenses?
Ready to ditch the reading glasses? Find out how bifocal and multifocal contact lenses may help.Read
What Kind of Pain Is Experienced with Glaucoma?
Glaucoma generally causes no pain or symptoms in its early stages, making timely diagnosis and treatment essential for preserving your sight.Read
Tips to Manage Eye Allergies at Home
Avoiding irritants is essential, but we're happy to offer additional tips for managing your eye allergies at home.Read
Can I Get Rid of my Glasses After Cataract Surgery?
Some patients will no longer need their glasses after cataract surgery, though it depends on one's needs and procedural specifics.Read
Why Are my Eyelids Swollen?
Swollen eyelids are a common symptom of eye allergies, resulting in daily discomfort and potentially affecting a patient's vision.Read
A Guide to Diabetes and Eye Health
Diabetes can compromise eye health in various ways, so it's essential to keep the following information in mind.Read
Can Drinking Water Help Ease Dry Eye Symptoms?
Proper nutrition and hydration can improve tear production to potentially provide relief for dry eye syndrome.Read
Are Scleral Contact Lenses the Best Option for Astigmatism?
Scleral contacts are an effective treatment to comfortably correct the visual distortions caused by astigmatism.Read
Over 40? Here's What You Need to Know About Cataracts
If you're over 40, knowing the following facts about cataracts can help you receive treatment and maintain ocular health.Read
Fast Facts You Need to Know About Glaucoma
Knowing these fast facts about glaucoma can help you protect your vision and eye health for many years to come.Read
What Do Allergy Eyes Look Like?
Eye allergies include numerous unpleasant symptoms, such as redness, inflammation, itchiness, excessive watering, and puffiness.Read
Will Scleral Contact Lenses Feel Soft or Hard?
Scleral contact lenses offer a comfortable fit for those who aren’t good candidates for other types of contact lenses.Read
How Should I Treat My Dry Eyes At Home?
Get relief for the burning, itching, and discomfort of dry eyes with these easy at-home care tips from inVision Ophthalmology Tuscaloosa.Read
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