We are focused on educating our patients prior to providing any of our services helping them making an informed decision that’s right for their lifestyle.
Nothing is more precious than our eyesight. So much of what we learn, experience and enjoy comes to us through our eyes. Wearing glasses or contact lenses during our active life can sometimes be frustrating and expensive.
If you are one of the millions of people who are affected by nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism, LASIK or Laser Vision Correction may offer you the vision you want without the constraints of glasses or contact lenses.More
SEE by Intravision provides patients with the information you need to make an informed decision on what procedure is best to improve your vision, based upon your individual lifestyle. SEE is a private center, specializing on Laser Vision Correction procedures. SEE by IntraVISION also offers Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT) for younger patients, which could help prepare them for LASIK in the future.View All
Not every individual is a candidate for vision correction. Only a thorough evaluation can determine if vision correction is for you and, if so, which vision correction procedure is most appropriate.
In order to determine whether you are a candidate for vision correction, we invite to you to book a Complimentary Consultation with one of our qualified Optometrists or Ophthalmologists to assess your eyes. When visiting SEE, an optometrist or ophthalmologist will perform a number of tests and scans on your eyes to help further determine your eligibility for vision correction...More
Traditionally, reading glasses are for those with presbyopia – a natural, age-related decline in eyesight (particularly a loss in the ability to focus on nearby objects) that begins to set in around the age of 40. It occurs because the crystalline lens in the eye…View All
Posted By | See by IV | February 18
Traditionally, reading glasses are for those with presbyopia – a natural, age-related decline in eyesight (particularly a loss in the ability to focus on nearby objects) that begins to set in around the age of 40. It occurs because the crystalline lens in the eye begins to thicken. The task of reading is particularly difficult…
Posted By | See by IV | February 10
After investing in LASIK surgery and experiencing renewed vision, it is only natural to want to prolong these effects for as long as possible. The changes to your cornea are indeed permanent and vision will remain stable for many years, but age can begin to naturally affect the quality of one’s vision over time. There…
Posted By | See by IV | February 4
LASIK, or laser vision correction, is a type of refractive surgery that corrects a variety of vision problems, including myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. A laser is used to reshape the eye’s cornea in order to improve vision. After LASIK, nearly everyone will have 20/20 vision. People considering this surgery may need to choose between customized…