Eye Care Services

Services Available at Our Family Eye Care Center in Spring, TX

Today’s Vision Rayford and Riley Fuzzel has every primary family eye care service you and your loved ones need. Whether your eye doctor in Spring, TX is Dr. Kris Patel or Dr. Hiral Mehta, you'll receive high-quality care through such services as:

Comprehensive Eye Exams - Our comprehensive eye exams can reveal the presence of aye health, eye function or visual acuity problems that may require treatment. Or diagnostic techniques include such advances as as "puffless" tonometry (which checks eye pressure without the annoying puff of air), while our Riley Fuzzel office also provides digital refraction testing.

Pediatric Eye Care - Pediatric eye care should begin with an initial eye exam at the age of just 6 months. Our doctors start seeing kids at the age of 5. We can evaluate your child's eye function and visual development, check for eye diseases and determine whether corrective lenses are necessary for optimal school performance.

Senior Eye Care - Don't accept failing eyesight as "normal" for your age. Your eye doctor in Spring TX can administer senior eye care to detect and deal with age-related problems such as macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and cataracts.

Eye Disease Treatment and Management  - Even irreversible eye diseases can be treated and managed to slow or halt their progression, helping you retain optimal eyesight for life. We can prescribe medications, dietary/lifestyle changes and other methods to help you manage glaucoma, retinal disease such as diabetic eye disease and macular degeneration, and the speed of cataract formation.

Acute Eye Disorder Treatment and Management - Acute infections, injuries and dysfunctions can irritate your eyes and affect your vision. Your Spring TX optometrist can treat conjunctivitis, dry eye, computer vision syndrome, blepharitis, foreign bodies in the eye and a variety of other issues.

Eyeglasses - If you need eyeglasses, you'll appreciate the sheer range and variety of lens and frame options we can provide. Each of our offices maintains different lines of designer frames, giving you  an enormous range of shapes and styles to choose from.

Contact Lens Exams and Fittings - Our optometrist in Spring TX can administer a thorough contact lens exam to make certain you get exactly the right kind of lenses to suit your lifestyle and ocular health. We then perform careful fittings as needed until your new contacts deliver ideal performance and comfort.

Contact Lenses - Our family eye care center can provide a variety of contact lens types, from single-use disposables to extended wear lenses. We also offer specialty lenses for those hard-to-fit conditions,and orthokeratology lenses for overnight wear (giving you clear, lens-free daytime vision).

LASIK Surgery Co-Management - Your Spring TX optometrist can provide co-management for your LASIK refractive surgery, from preliminary evaluations and surgeon referrals to post-operative checkups.

Call Your Optometrist in Spring TX Today

Are you overdue for an eye exam, corrective lenses or other eye care services? Contact either office to schedule those services with your trusted optometrist in Spring TX! Our eye doctors serve The Woodlands, Tomball, Humble and surrounding communities.

New patients receive 20% OFF second complete pair of glasses.

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