14 07, 2017

Insight Vision Center joins the The Flying Samaritans in El Hongo, Mexico

On Saturday, May 20th Insight Vision Center joined the Flying Samaritans to give healthcare to 43 local people in El Hongo, Mexico. Our team consisted of: 37 pre-health students from Cal State Fullerton and UC Riverside 7 doctors- including emergency room doctors, internists, cardiologist, and optometrist. 2 pharmacy students, 2 Nurses, 3 EMT's 3 optometry [...]

28 03, 2017

Concussion and Vision Problems

We have all heard of the term concussion before and how it can affect our cognitive abilities, but have you ever stopped to wonder how it can affect your vision as well? The brain rests inside the skull and is cushioned by spinal fluid. When a violent external force comes into contact with one’s head, [...]

14 03, 2017

How Your Newborn Baby Sees the World

As pediatric optometrists in Orange County, we see many babies for their first eye examination. It’s a critical part of their first year to ensure they have healthy vision that will develop properly. Naturally we hear this question all the time from new parents, “how does my baby see the world?” We love answering these [...]

7 03, 2017

Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis

Giant papillary conjunctivitis. Sounds scary right? Many contact lens wearers actually suffer from this condition without even knowing it. But don’t fret - giant papillary conjunctivitis, or GPC, is not some incurable, life-threatening disease. It is a type of allergic inflammation of the conjunctiva that is actually easily prevented and treated. What Causes Giant Papillary [...]

14 02, 2017

Prism in Eyeglasses

You may have heard of the term ‘prism’ in your science classes or maybe just floating around in conversation. You may have seen pictures of a prism triangle with a stream of light entering one side and streams of different colors appearing on the other. Prisms are commonly known to be shapes of glass or [...]