Comprehensive Eye Exams

At Lewisville Eye Care, we do more than just determine your prescription for glasses and contacts. We also thoroughly examine the eye for common eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, keratoconus, and dry eyes. Early detection of these eye diseases is imperative for sustaining eye health and your overall well-being

Contact Lens Exams

Interested in wearing contact lenses? Our doctors will provide you with a fitting to ensure we find the lenses that work best for your ocular needs and lifestyle. We also provide instruction for inserting, removing, and caring for your contacts

Pediatric Eye Exams

According to experts, 80% of learning is visual, which means that if your child is having difficulty seeing clearly, his or her learning can be affected.  This also goes for infants who develop and learn about the world around them through their sense of sight.  To ensure that your children have the visual resources they need to grow and develop normally, their eyes and vision should be checked by an eye doctor at certain stages of their development.

Emergency Eye Care

Our doctors provide urgent and emergency ocular diagnosis and treatment. Eye emergencies include eye injuries, foreign body removal, eye infections, sudden loss or change of vision, sudden onset floaters or flashes of light in vision.

Management of Ocular Diseases

We diagnose and manage ocular diseases such as Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Retinopathy and Cataracts.

Advanced Technology

We use the most up-to-date technology to ensure the best eye care possible.

  • Digital Retinal Imaging: This cutting-edge technology takes a high resolution digital image of the back of your eye to evaluate the health of your retina and optic nerve. The eye doctors store these images in your personal eye health record so that we can compare images over time to track any irregularities in your eyes.
  • Visual Field Testing: This instrument measures your peripheral vision by having you press a button whenever you see a flashing light. It checks your vision for blind spots and any vision loss that could be a sign of a more serious condition, like glaucoma.