ENVISION, an experience for your eyes and your other senses, too!
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.
ENVISION your lifestyle – how you see and want to be seen. ENVISION all your needs addressed and satisfied.
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.
We invite you to explore our website to learn more about the ENVISION Experience…and then come in and experience ENVISION Eyecare.
Eye Care and Eye Health News From Envision Eyecare
Children And Their Eyes… Friday, December 20, 2013
By: Katie Porter Before I became a part of the amazing team at Envision, I worked in childcare. I got my degree in psychology with an emphasis in child development. I was a preschool teacher for three years, baby sat everyone’s kids when I could, and was a nanny to three children for almost [...]
We’ve got your covered! Let’s talk insurance… Friday, December 6, 2013
By Lauren Otis At Envision Eyecare, we see a variety of patients with a plethora of both vision (refractive) and medical concerns. As an optometry practice, we provide our patients with the tools to improve their sight, such as prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses, as well as monitor and treat eye conditions and diseases. [...]
What If?…. Wednesday, December 4, 2013
by Kia Trapp As the year comes to a close I think about all of the things I am grateful for. Being in Asheville, making new friends, and adventuring with my dog are just a few things I am grateful for this past year. While on a waterfall adventure I started to wonder, what if [...]
The REAL Truth About Stress… Thursday, November 21, 2013
by Sarah McClure We all know that we should reduce stress to live a healthier life. But, where does stress come from, and why do our bodies react so negatively to it? Our stress response is something that we all share with the rest of the animal kingdom. It may have negative side effects for [...]
My Journey to my Dream Career Friday, November 1, 2013
My name is Ashley Glass and I am an Expert Optician at Envision Eyecare here in Asheville, NC. I want to share my story with you as to how I came to find this incredible opportunity. Why is this so important to me? There are so many people today that are “unhappy” with their “jobs”. [...]
How to Prevent Unmet Patient Expectations Thursday, August 15, 2013
Is it Allergy or Dry Eye? Friday, May 24, 2013
It’s that time of year again, and our allergies are full force! Our eyes are greatly affected by pollen and other common allergens floating through the air. Sometimes it’s hard to determine if your suffering from allergies or symptoms of dry eye. The following article was co-written by our associate doctor, Dr. Melanie Denton, O.D., F.A.A.O., [...]
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, [...]