in vision boston
Check yearly, see clearly!
Our office is equipped with the state of the art technology to provide you with exceptional eye health and vision care services. As a professional team of doctor and optical associates, we work together in a friendly atmosphere to take care of your eye health and find you a pair of eye wear that will give you the best possible vision and that you feel great, confident and excited to wear.
We are conveniently located in Malden Square, free parking in Florina Plaza, and easily accessible from the Malden T station. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be happy to assist you with your next vision care needs. Come see the difference...
Quality Eye Care You Can Trust
At IN VISION BOSTON, we provide comprehensive eye exams, primary medical eye care, general and specialty contact lens services, boutique optical and variety of contact lenses. Our doctor specializes in Orthokeratology and Atropine Treatment (Myopia Control Management) and Specialty Contact Lens (Scleral) for Keratocounous corneal disease.
COMPREHENSIVE EYE EXAMS
PRIMARY MEDICAL EYE CARE
At IN VISION BOSTON, we provide comprehensive eye exams and primary medical eye care in a comfortable, friendly, relaxing environment and use the most advanced technology available today. Our doctor also specializes in Orthokeratology (Myopia Management) and Specialty Contact Lens (Scleral) for Keratocounous corneal disease. For patients who desire the freedom from glasses and contact lens, our doctor also performs pre- and post-operative lasik care. We work with top refractive surgeons at The Laser Center and Boston Eye Group.
GENERAL & SPECIALTY CONTACT LENS SERVICES
Orthokeratology | Corneal Refractive Therapy | Scleral Contact Lens
Comfort and clear vision!
Whether you are wearing or considering soft disposable contact lens or other specialty contact lens options, we'll be able to help you get fitted with the most advanced contact lens material and design to provide you with long lasting comfort and clear vision all day.
Looking sharp, feeling great and seeing clearly!
We specialize in the curation of unique eye wear from well known brands and designers. Our professional team is here to assist you in choosing your frames and technologically advanced lenses with optimal optics to see clearly.
We showcase designer frames such as GUCCI, TOM FORD, FENDI, TIFFANY&CO., PRADA, BURBERRY, RAY BAN, RAG&BONE and more.
Contact Us | Office Hours
We’re here for you when you need us! Call us or text us to schedule an appointment, or send us an email and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
216 Centre Street, Malden, MA 02148
Tue - Fri: 9:30am - 5:30pm
Sat: 9:30am - 3pm
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CORNEAL REFRACTIVE THERAPY | ORTHOKERATOLOGY | MYOPIA CONTROL ATROPINE TREATMENT
Get the Inside Scoop
Orthokeratology or Corneal Refractive Therapy refers to the use of specially designed gas permeable contact lenses to temporarily reshape the cornea (the clear layer on the front of the eye), allowing you to see clearly without the use of glasses or contact lenses during you waking hours. The orthokeratogy contact lenses must be worn on a regular basis during sleep in order to reduce the need for glasses or contact lenses during the day.
What Is Myopia?
Myopia is a very common eye health condition. It is often called "short-sighted or near-sighted." A person with myopia can see clearly up close, but has blurry vision when looking at objects in the distance.
Myopia happens when the normal eye grows too long from front to back. Light rays have trouble reaching the right spot on the back of the eye (the retina) to achieve clear distance vision.
The number of persons with myopia is growing at an alarming rate around the world. The younger the person develops myopia, the great the risk of serious eye conditions like retinal detachment, glaucoma, cataracts and even blindness.
In the US, the prevalence of nearsightedness (myopia) has increased 66% since 1971.
Myopia is a rapidly increasing epidemic. It is estimated that 50% of the world will be myopic by the year 2050 based on current trends.
Myopia usually begins in childhood at school age (six years and onwards) and can worsen until early adult years.
What Causes Myopia?
* Myopia can be inherited from one generation to the next. If a parent or two wear glasses, chances are their offspring will too.
* Lack of time spent outdoors in direct sun light has been linked to the development of myopia.
* Spending more time on digital devices can also contribute to a child's myopia.