Have you been thinking that it is time that you had a comprehensive eye exam? If you cannot remember the last time you had an eye exam, or if it has been several years ago, we strongly suggest that you contact our office for an eye exam. Once our optometrist is able to meet with you she will be able to let you know exactly how long you should go between eye exams; this will depend on the health of your eyes as well as your general medical health. If you would like to see an expert and highly trained 78231 optometrist, we recommend that you come to see us at our practice, Dr. Dawn Rakich, O.D.
Our respected optometrist is Dr. Dawn Rakich. It is very important to come in to see our 78231 optometrist for a comprehensive eye exam to be sure that you do not have any hidden eye diseases or disorders. Many people feel that if they had an eye problem it would be obvious and that they would know to come in for eye care. However, the truth is that many eye diseases show no obvious symptoms in the early stages. For this reason they are able to steal a patient’s sight without the patient even knowing it. Unfortunately in the case of glaucoma, vision loss cannot be restored. Treatments only currently are able to stop the advancement of the disease. However the good news is that if our eye doctor is able to diagnose glaucoma early, before any vision damage has occurred, our patient will most likely be able to be successfully treated preventing any vision loss.
During the first part of our comprehensive eye exam, our 78231 optometrist will determine if you have any refractive vision problems. If you are found to be nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism, our optometrist will be able to write an eyeglass prescription for you that will restore your clear and crisp vision. During the second part of our eye exam our optometrist will examine your eyes for many different eye diseases and disorders including: glaucoma; diabetic retinopathy; macular degeneration; cataracts; retinal tears; and many other problems of the cornea, macula, and retina. If eye disease treatment is needed, our optometrist will very likely be able to provide you with the treatment that you need. If more advanced treatment is needed, she will be able to refer you to an expert ophthalmologist who specializes in your needed area of eye care. If you would like to have a comprehensive eye exam by our expert optometrist simply contact us for an appointment.