Welcome to InVision Eye Care!
InVision Eye Care strives to provide great service in a comfortable environment, as well as convenient location and hours. Our Optometrists and Opticians provide the highest level of personalized services, from eye exams and follow-up care, to frame and lens consultations. We serve patients of all ages from all over Northwest Arkansas and are conveniently located in Fayetteville just off Wedington Avenue near I-49 (formerly I-540).
Routine eye exams are an important part of good healthcare. In some cases, serious eye or medical problems are first discovered in a routine exam. In general, the earlier a potential problem is diagnosed, the better the prognosis for treatment. Our eye examination is exceptionally thorough and is designed to be a comprehensive checkup of the visual system and overall eye health. We incorporate technology to assist in the evaluation of Spectacle and Contact Lens Prescriptions, intraocular pressure, and the general health of the eye.
The examination allows us to determine what type of vision correction is best suited for each individual patient. Your ability to see clearly at different distances will be tested to determine a proper prescription for glasses and or contact lenses. It includes the measurement of a visual acuity, and a computerized assisted measurement of your refractive error. Your specific visual problems and needs are taken into consideration before the final correction is determined.
Various computerized instruments and procedures are used to assist the Optometrist in evaluation of your eyes for disease. The Optometrist uses a biomicroscope is used to check for cataracts, glaucoma, dry eye, ocular allergies, macular degeneration, blood vessels and retinal problems as well as evidence of systemic disease. Common systemic conditions detected on a routine eye examination include diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol and many neurological conditions. It may also be necessary to have dilation eye drops instilled at our visit in order to attain views of the retina that may not be possible without drops to open the pupil of the eye.
Various other tests include depth perception or 3-D vision, ocular muscle vergence fusion, and color vision assessment may also be performed. Your treatment is related to your symptoms, findings and visual requirements. It may include eyeglasses, contact lenses, or referral to another specialist if necessary. Please do not hesitate to ask the Optometrist about any questions you have regarding the findings and treatment plans.
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InVision Eye Care
3316 West Grove Drive, Suite 1
Fayetteville, AR 72704