At Invision Eye Care, our team has the expertise and training to provide patients the care they need to recover from various vision impairments and diseases. From the moment patients walk in the door to the examination room, we will provide patients a comfortable and warm environment for treatment. We understand that patients can have a hectic schedule and we will do everything in our power to ensure the appointment goes smoothly. We understand that patients, who need glasses or contacts, may also be conscious of their appearance. Our team goes through all of the necessary training to provide a pleasant experience in the waiting room and during the examination.
We provide a variety of services to treat ocular health issues. We can treat patients varying in age from children to adults and continue to provide treatment through regular checkups. Our services include an eye exam, low vision treatment, glaucoma treatment, keratoconus treatment, pediatric eye care, emergency eye care, cataract treatment, dry eye treatment and diabetic eye care. We can also provide patients with a variety of lenses including prescription glasses, sunglasses, eye glasses, progressive lenses, contact lenses, scleral contact lenses, prescription contacts, and corrective lenses. The first step is to schedule an examination and determine if there are any ocular health issues that are detrimental to one’s vision.
Before we can begin an examination, we will need patients to fill out a “New Patient Information From” that covers the patient’s medical history, current condition, insurance information and any other health information that is pertinent to the examination. It is preferable to fill this form out at home by printing it off of our website before the appointment. Once we have this information, we can go through the health assessment of the patient’s eyes. Our team strives to create a comforting environment to keep patients calm during treatment. Using our skills, expertise and equipment, we will treat any ocular health issues and help the patient continue a healthy lifestyle.