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Multi-focal and Bi-focal Contact Lenses

By Nova Vision Care | February 23, 2015

What are Bifocal contact lenses? Bifocal contact lenses are designed to provide good vision to people who have a condition called presbyopia. The main sign that you’re developing presbyopia is that you need to hold menus, newspapers and other reading material farther from your eyes in order to see it clearly. How do Bifocal contact lenses work? There…

Vision and Classroom Learning Seminar

By Nova Vision Care | February 18, 2015

8 Signs You Might Need an Eye Exam

By Nova Vision Care | February 18, 2015

Ideally, one eye exam every year should help you stay on top of your eye health, but some people might need to schedule more than one eye exam in a year. Vision can change quite a bit over the course of a year, especially for those over the age of 50, and it is important…

Winter Means Wearing Sunglasses

By Nova Vision Care | January 28, 2015

Many people associate wearing sunglasses with summer time but it is just as important to protect your eyes in the winter. This WebMD article, “Winter Means Wearing Sunglasses” by Jeanie Lerche Davis contains helpful information about protecting your eyes all year around. Click here to read the article.

Reading Comprehension Workshop

By Nova Vision Care | November 18, 2014

Is your child having a difficult time remember what is read? Attend Dr. Montecalvo’s Reading Comprehension Workshop to discover how to improve your student’s ability to remember what s/he has read. With the helpful hits you learn at the workshop your student can learn how to use important visual skills o improve his/her comprehension. WHO?…

Spelling Workshop

By Nova Vision Care | November 18, 2014

Spelling Workshop “Wen the blak hors coms undr the bard wir fnce it wil rnu a wa.” Are you having a difficult time reading what your child writes? Attend Dr. Montecalvo’s Spelling Workshop to discover how to improve your student’s spelling skills. With the helpful hints you learn at the workshop, in just one hour…

What is Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT)®?

By Nova Vision Care | November 16, 2014

CRT lenses were FDA approved in June 2002 and hundreds of thousands of people, worldwide, are enjoying them. This therapeutic contact lens gently and safely reshapes the cornea while you sleep to correct nearsightedness (myopia). Most commonly referred to as “Corneal Reshaping,” CRT offers a safe, non-invasive, non-surgical procedure that temporarily corrects nearsightedness up to…

Sleep Your Way To Great Vision with CRT® Contacts

By Nova Vision Care | November 16, 2014

  Sleep your way to great vision! Great day-time vision. No glasses or contacts. CRT® contact lenses are worn only while sleeping. They gently reshape the front of the eye, providing great vision during the day. No glasses. No contacts. No kidding! Contact Dr. Rachel White at Nova Vision Care to Schedule and evaluation. 937.320.0300.

Math Workshop

By Nova Vision Care | November 9, 2014

This workshop will demonstrate how to use visual perceptual skills to improve mathematical ability. Visual skills important for developing good understanding of math concepts include visualization, spacial orientation and spatial organization. WHO? Parents and students WHAT? Math Workshop WHEN? Thursday, November 13, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. WHERE? Nova Vision Care, 4244 Indian Ripple Road, Beavercreek,…

Handwriting Workshop

By Nova Vision Care | November 9, 2014

Are you having a difficult time reading your child’s handwriting? Attend Dr. Montecalvo’s Handwriting Workshop to discover how to improve your student’s handwriting skills. With the helpful hints you learn at the workshop, in just two weeks your student can have improved handwriting. WHO? Parents and students WHAT? Handwriting Workshop WHEN? Thursday, November 13, 2014…

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