Eye & Vision Exams

Eye and Vision Exams

Annual eye and vision exams are important because they allow an eye doctor to diagnose and treat any issues affecting your eyes and vision. Proper eye care can greatly improve the quality of your life. At Master Eye Associates in Houston, TX, we're dedicated to providing the best family eye care possible. To do this, we offer comprehensive eye and vision exams. We're here to help you see clearly and improve your vision.

How Often To Get An Eye Exam and Vision Exam

Adults should receive an eye exam or vision exam at least once every two to three years. However, people with pre-existing eye conditions and vision disorders should seek help from an optometrist at least once a year. Schedule an appointment with an optometry specialist if you are experiencing issues such as:

  • Blurry vision
  • Double vision
  • Eyestrain
  • Eye pain
  • Headaches
  • Trouble seeing at night
  • Increased glare
  • Halos 

How an Eye Doctor Can Help

Our eye doctor will perform an eye exam so you can find the root cause of your vision issues. They will administer a comprehensive eye exam and vision exam, which includes measuring your ability to see from a distance and read clearly. We will also evaluate how well your eyes function.

Vision tests, reading charts, and dilated eye exams will allow our eye doctor to assess your eye health. We will also ask you about your family’s history of eye disease. If you are determined to have a vision disorder, our optometrist can prescribe the best treatment such as contact lenses, eyeglasses, vision therapy, or even surgery. An eye exam is the only way to get a proper diagnosis for your vision disorders. Eye exams are a great preventative care tool to ensure eye diseases do not cause permanent vision loss.

Schedule an Appointment with Our Eye Doctor in Houston, TX

At Master Eye Associates in Houston, TX, we're on a mission to provide the best eye care services through our comprehensive eye exam and vision exam appointments. Call us today at (713) 880-3872 for more information or to schedule an appointment with our eye doctor. 

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