Eyecare Services

At Master Eye Associates, Dr. Olga Kotlyar and our entire Houston team are committed to providing advanced vision care in a professional and comfortable environment. As an optometry team in Houston, our primary eye care service includes a complete eye exam that analyzes a patient’s eye health and vision function. Our Houston optometrist also offers glasses, contact lenses, and pre- and post-operative care. We understand how essential it is to maintain your vision. That’s why we offer a wide range of services. Here are some of the many services we provide at our Houston optometry clinic. 

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Our optometrist will offer a complete evaluation of your eye health and vision. Examinations, including early diagnosis and treatment, can address a variety of optometry concerns. Exams help you maintain optimal vision and eye health, and they also look for signs of eye diseases that may not be so obvious. Each eye exam includes an assessment of your health history, visual acuity, and more.

Contact Lens Exams

If you do not want to wear glasses, our staff can help you find the right contact lenses to meet your needs. Whether you have dry eyes or have already worn contact lenses in the past, there are plenty of options to choose from. Our optometrist will help you choose the right lenses for your eyes and ensure that your eyes are healthy enough to wear lenses.

We also provide hard-to-fit contacts for eyes with conditions that make it challenging to wear traditional lenses. If you have been diagnosed with astigmatism, dry eyes, giant papillary conjunctivitis, keratoconus, or presbyopia, we can help you find hard-to-fit contact lenses that allow you to see comfortably and safely.

LASIK Eye Surgery Co-Management

Are you considering LASIK surgery? Our eye doctor can provide an exam that will help you determine if your myopia, hyperopia, or astigmatism can be corrected with surgery. We can also take care of your post-operation treatment to ensure that you get the medical care you need. Eye surgery co-management can ensure you are healing correctly.

Computer Vision Treatment

Computer vision leaves you with tired eyes at the end of the day, but it does not have to be this way. Computer vision diagnosis will involve an assessment of your eye coordination, focus, and visual acuity. Based on the results of your exam, our eye doctor will provide treatment options and recommendations to avoid computer vision in the future.

Visit Us for Family Eye Care from Our Houston Optometrist

Master Eye Associates provides preventative care and treatment for a variety of eye health concerns. If you are interested in benefiting from our various eye care services, call our office to schedule an appointment in Houston, TX.

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