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We are not your typical eye–check-and-a-pair-of–specs Optometrists. Our Optometry Team focuses on your best eye health and vision correction, delivered in an inviting atmosphere with impeccable customer service.
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From complete eye care, including comprehensive eye exams and treatment, to stylish eyewear including unique, functional glasses, sunglasses and contact lenses, we’ve got you covered in Asheville.
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Eye Care and Eye Health News From Envision Eyecare
Top 10 Ways to Fail with Multifocal Contacts Thursday, January 3, 2013
Envision Eyecare has loved having Dr. Denton at our practice! She has amazed us with her talent, expertise, and devotion to top notch patient care! Check out the link below to read an article that Dr. Denton wrote for the Review of Optometry about successfully fitting patients in multifocal contacts. http://www.revoptom.com/content/d/contact_lenses___and___solutions/c/31611/
Dr. Golson’s 2012 Holiday Gratitude Letter Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Every year, at the years end, Dr. Golson writes the Envision team a letter of gratitude and shares it with us at our holiday party. He does this to express his deep appreciation to us for our hard work and dedication to our patients. Read below to hear what Dr. Golson had to say this year! [...]
An Eye on Nutrition Friday, April 27, 2012
Ironic, isn’t it? The more we learn about health and nutrition, the less healthy our country has become. Diabetes and hypertension are on the rise and obesity has outpaced smoking as the #1 cause of preventable death in the US. With a 33% obesity rate which will, if the trend continues, become 43% by 2020, [...]
Assess Personal Characteristics in Initial Hiring Interview Thursday, February 16, 2012
The following article was originally published in Review of Optometric Business on Dec 15, 2011 In an initial hiring interview, ask candidates questions that reveal the kind of person you may be adding to your practice’s team. Assess their social skills, temperament and ability to provide your patients with proper care. If you agree that [...]
5 Minutes Could Save You an Eye Infection OR MORE! Friday, February 3, 2012
There is a certain car insurance company that tells you that “five minutes could save you 15% or more on your car insurance!” Well, the team here at Envision Eyecare wants you to spend five minutes doing something that could not only save you money but also time, pain, and potential vision loss. Have you [...]
Don’t Put Your Sunglasses Away With Your Summer Clothes! Monday, December 19, 2011
Have you ever thought, “Hey, it’s cold and snowy, the sun must not be as intense”? You might be surprised to find out that this is not the case. In fact, although most people associate it with summertime, sun protection for your eyes may be even more important during the winter months The people at [...]
Good Eats for Your Eyes: Autumn Edition :-) Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Eating “eye healthy” food doesn’t mean having to eats bags of carrots every day. There are some super delicious foods that also happen to be super foods for your eyes! Many of these foods are in season throughout the late summer and fall, so now is the time for recipe ideas that will keep your [...]
A Word to the Wise about Lazy Eyes Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Probably the single most important factor in the care and safeguarding of a child’s eyesight is a thorough eye health examination between the ages of three and four years of age. Many parents assume little can be accomplished at such a young age; however, this is not the case. In fact, there is a good [...]
Why Retinal Photos? Monday, January 10, 2011
Patients often wonder why the Envision Eyecare team advises retinal photos. A good question since, when it's not covered by insurance, there is a $39 fee associated with it. What's the value and why is it in the patient's best interest to "opt in?"
Industries for the Blind Monday, November 8, 2010
It is my pleasure to share with you the extraordinary experience of my recent visit to Industries for the Blind (IFB), a local business operating in West Asheville. In our world of environmental calamities, economic uncertainty, violence and apathy, it's important to focus on something that is truly positive, something that brings a breath of [...]