Regular visits to an eye care professional can help detect any underlying eye-related problems at an early stage. It allows you to go over family history and discuss any concerns and determine if your vision has changed since your last exam. During your exam, it’s important to bring insurance information, a list of any medications you’re currently taking, and your current glasses or contacts.
Optometrists can take care of patients who have gone through eye surgery. However, they do not perform eye surgeries or LASIK procedures themselves. Optometrists can perform eye exams, detect and treat many eye conditions, and write prescriptions for contacts and glasses.
If you encounter any vision loss, double vision, swelling, infection, or an eye-related emergency, contact us right away for assistance. We’ll help you with the best treatment to prevent issues and promote lasting clear vision. Please call our office at 512-243-7519.
When you select our office for your eye care needs, you will get the following offers: we can see patients from children to senior citizens. Did you know the AOA suggests a child’s very first eye exam should be at between 6 to 12 months? We take pride in running an eye clinic that uses the very best and the most reliable tools and technology.
We always strive our best to make you feel comfortable throughout your entire visit. Our office provides a wide variety of services from routine eye exams to emergency care, in addition to glasses, sunglasses, and contact lenses. We provide convenient scheduling to fit the needs of our busy patients.
Regardless of your age or physical health, it is essential to have regular eye exams. Your eye care professional will not only determine your prescription for glasses or contact lenses but will also provide a comprehensive vision screening. The procedures your optometrist will perform during this visit may include examining your eyes for common illnesses, evaluating your ocular health, and checking for indicators of your overall well-being.