Dealing with Itchy Eyes in Hay Fever Season

Spring is a great time of year, but with it comes something dreaded by many: hay fever. With all the pollen, grass clippings, pet hair and dust the season brings, spring tends to hit people who suffer from hay fever pretty hard. It is especially difficult for those who wear glasses or contact lenses, as the lenses often attract a build-up of allergens. Hay fever affects two in five Australians through the spring and summer seasons, and is the most common form of allergy. It’s often during this time that many people who wear glasses... Read More

New lens implant brings clarity to Australian sufferers of cataracts

You may have heard a bit of news lately on the Symfony lens- the newest lens implant by AMO which offers an extended range of vision to suitable cataract patients. If you're wondering if we offer this ... Read More

Bionic eye allows man to see his wife for the first time in 10 years!

  Love at second sight!  Such a lovely story!  ... Read More

Laser eye surgery boom

Did you see the segment on Channel 9 "Mornings"show about the risks and rewards of laser vision correction.  ... Read More

Dr. Noel Alpins of Melbourne Honored by ISRS with 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award

San Francisco – Noel Alpins, MD, FACS, medical director of NewVision Clinics, was honored by the International Society of Refractive Surgery (ISRS), a partner of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO), with the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award. The Lifetime Achievement Award honors an ISRS member who has made significant and internationally recognized contributions to the advancement of refractive surgery. Dr. Alpins is an active cataract and refractive surgeon and is the medical director of NewVision Clinics i... Read More