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As a locally owned small business, Asheville Vision Associates is dedicated to serving our community and their vision needs. After all, there's nothing more precious that the gift of sight, so let us help you keep your eyes seeing their best - schedule an appointment with Dr. Greene or Dr. Morse today.

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Contributed by: Dr. Lisa Greene

Locate Us

  • Asheville Mall Office
    Asheville Mall
    3 South Tunnel Rd Space K4
    Asheville NC 28805
    Phone: (828) 299-0055
    Fax: (828) 299-4331
  • Biltmore Park Town Square
    Biltmore Park Town Square
    27 Schenck Parkway
    Asheville NC 28803
    Phone: (828) 684-3497
    Fax: (828) 681-5787

Our Mission

To Provide Convenient, Cutting Edge,
Personalized Patient Care
In A Positive, World Class Environment
For The Families Of Western North Carolina.

Asheville Vision Associates Caring for the Eyes of Asheville, NC!

contact lenses in biltmore park ncAsheville Vision Associates are a local business fully dedicated to your eye care needs, the needs of your family and those of our community. Using the latest state-of-the-art technology, our eye doctor provides thorough, professional eye examinations to help with detection and treatment of eye diseases, contact lens fittings, consultations for LASIK refractive surgery, Optos retinal scans, and macular degeneration testing using the ground breaking QuantifEYE.

Convenience:  We have an extensive stock of contact lenses to fit most patients the same day and we are open 7 days per week, offering same day appointments.

With offices in Asheville Mall, and Biltmore Park Town Square, Ashevile Vision Associates has been serving Western North Carolina (Buncombe County, Henderson County, etc) for more than 20 years. Schedule an appointment with our optometrist to see how we can help you get the best prescription for your eyes.  


Q&A with Dr. Morse

Dr. Morse Answers Your Eyecare Questions

What are the best ways to wear contact lenses if I have a history of allergies and allergic conjunctivitis?

The best type of contact lenses for patients who suffer from allergies and allergic conjunctivitis are daily disposable contact lenses. Daily disposable contact lenses are always new and fresh. The newer the lens the cleaner the lens. Lenses that are reused become coated with pollen and allergens and subsequent mucus as the eye reacts to the pollen and allergens. This leads to dry, blurry uncomfortable lenses. Daily disposable contact lenses also avoid solutions and preservatives which can cause irritation and lead to a less than optimal contact lens wearing experience.



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