Comprehensive eye examinations are recommended annually.
At Bluebonnet Vision Associates, located near Sun City in Georgetown, Tx, we treat even the smallest members of the family! From 3 to 103. Our optometric specialists are here to examine, diagnose and treat a wide variety of new and ongoing visual health and medical issues. We are happy to care for every member of your family whether you need glasses, contact lenses or both.
Pink/Red eyes can have many different causes. Our doctors diagnose and manage a wide variety of viral, bacterial, and foreign-body related pink eyes.
Our doctors can manage a variety of specific ocular conditions like regular and irregular astigmatism, keratoconus, corneal ectasia and post-Lasik and post-radial keratotomy eyes.
Most physicians managing diabetic patients require their patients to have annual comprehensive eye examination that include dilation.
At Bluebonnet Vision Associates, our diabetic patients are given a thorough dilated annual eye examination. Our optometrists discuss the findings with the patient and then their primary care doctor and/or endocrinologist is sent a letter detailing the examination findings. Managing patients as a team has been proven beneficial in the overall care of patients with diabetes.
Dry eye is a common condition that can make even the happiest person miserable. Let the doctors at Bluebonnet Vision Associates help diagnose, manage and treat your dry eye symptoms.
Patients with and without a family history of glaucoma are managed carefully to ensure that any changes related to glaucoma are caught early. Patients that are diagnosed with glaucoma early have the best chance at maintaining their visual health.
Whether you wear contact lenses daily or just on special occasions you need an annual examination to determine the most up-to-date prescription.
Our doctors evaluate your visual needs and then match your needs with the most-advanced contact lens technology to ensure you are wearing the healthiest lens possible. Patients with difficult prescriptions that include astigmatism, multi-focal needs and even keratoconus are examined and given careful consideration before a recommendation for contact lenses will be made. Even patients that have worn the same prescription for years are often surprised at what a difference small adjustments in their contact lenses can make.
Myopia is a refractive condition that requires prescription glasses or contacts to correct distance vision. There is new evidence that supports treatment of patients whose myopic refractive error is progressing in order to prevent or slow further progression. These treatments can be pharmacologic or refractive. If you are concerned that your prescription keeps changing discuss myopia management with the doctors at Bluebonnet Vision Associates.