Our Services

Our knowledgeable team is here to provide you and your family service with
caring attention.
Astigmatism
Astigmatism is one of the most common - and misunderstood - vision problems in the world. First and foremost, it is “astigmatism”, not “stigmatism.” Similar to both nearsightedness and farsightedness, astigmatism is a refractive problem with the eye, not a disease or health problem. Individuals who have astigmatism cannot focus on the light as the eye should. When you have astigmatism, light does not come to a single focus on the retina as is necessary to create clear vision...
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Cataracts
Cataracts are a clouding of the lens in the eye, affecting the vision and causing blurriness. This common eye condition is typically associated with older adults, in fact, more than half of all Americans over the age of 80 either have cataracts or have had cataract surgery. If you’ve noticed your vision has become increasingly hazy, dim, or blurry and you aren’t experiencing any eye pain, you may have cataracts. The eye’s lens works hard to help us focus on people, things, landscapes, and anything else in our path...
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Comprehensive Eye Exams
Comprehensive eye exams are an important component of preventive health care and should be performed at least once a year. Many vision problems show no symptoms until the condition has progressed, which is why taking a proactive approach to your eye care is a must. Comprehensive eye exams are just that: all-encompassing and thorough. Early diagnosis and treatment of many common eye and vision problems can prevent vision loss and keep your eyes healthy for many years to come...
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Computer Vision Syndrome
Computer Vision Syndrome, or Digital Eye Strain, describes a group of vision-related problems that develop from prolonged computer, smartphone, and tablet use. In today’s tech-centric society, many of us spend the majority of our day looking at a screen. Because of this, many individuals are experiencing eye discomfort and vision problems. The severity of discomfort increases with the amount of digital screen use, as you may have guessed...
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Contact Lens Exams & Fittings
The American Optometric Association reports an estimated 45 million Americans wear contact lenses. Over the years, more and more people have made the switch from glasses to contact lenses. Technology has come a long way and evolved rapidly, providing contact-lens wearers with a broad spectrum of options. It’s safe to say there are contact lenses for just about everyone these days. Whether you have recently caught yourself...
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Designer Eye Wear
Designer eyeglasses are a great way to take your wardrobe and style to the next level. More than 75 percent of American adults rely on some sort of vision correction, 64 percent of which wear eyeglasses. Having poor vision shouldn’t hinder your sense of fashion or confidence, especially with all the designer eyewear options out there today. While some people wear glasses out of necessity, let’s not forget about those who wear glasses...
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Diabetic Eye Care
Individuals diagnosed with diabetes face a myriad of challenges and health problems, including those that affect the eyes. Diabetic eye disease refers to a group of eye problems that strictly affect those with diabetes. Furthermore, people with diabetes are at a higher risk of developing certain eye diseases, such as glaucoma, cataracts, and diabetic retinopathy...
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Glaucoma
Glaucoma is a group of diseases that impact the eye’s optic nerve, resulting in serious damage such as vision loss and blindness. It usually develops when fluid builds up in the front part of the eye, resulting in increased pressure in the eye and damage to the optic nerve. Glaucoma is very treatable with early detection; however, it is the leading cause of blindness in people over the age of 60...
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Red Eyes, Dry Eyes, & Allergies
Red eyes, dry eyes, and allergies are common eye problems that affect millions of Americans each day. Even though these are common afflictions, diagnosing the underlying cause isn’t always as straightforward. It can be difficult to know whether you are dealing with infection, allergy, inflammation, or dryness, which is where First Eye Care comes in. Making regular visits to your eye doctor...
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Sunglasses aren’t just for fashion, they are a great way to protect your eyes and ensure your vision remains in good health. All of the First Eye Care locations offer a broad selection of sunglasses designed to meet individual needs and preferences. Whether you are looking for polarized sunglasses, prescription sunglasses, bifocal sunglasses, or have another need, we are here to help. With locations all over Texas, we have been able to provide excellent eye care services to thousands of individuals. You will find the following offerings at our locations when looking for sunglasses...
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Our Services

Our knowledgeable team is here to provide you and your family service with
caring attention.
Astigmatism
Astigmatism is one of the most common - and misunderstood - vision problems in the world. First and foremost, it is “astigmatism”, not “stigmatism.” Similar to both nearsightedness and farsightedness, astigmatism is a refractive problem with the eye, not a disease or health problem. Individuals who have astigmatism cannot focus on the light as the eye should. When you have astigmatism, light does not come to a single focus on the retina as is necessary to create clear vision...
Read More
Cataracts
Cataracts are a clouding of the lens in the eye, affecting the vision and causing blurriness. This common eye condition is typically associated with older adults, in fact, more than half of all Americans over the age of 80 either have cataracts or have had cataract surgery. If you’ve noticed your vision has become increasingly hazy, dim, or blurry and you aren’t experiencing any eye pain, you may have cataracts. The eye’s lens works hard to help us focus on people, things, landscapes, and anything else in our path...
Read More
Comprehensive Eye Exams
Comprehensive eye exams are an important component of preventive health care and should be performed at least once a year. Many vision problems show no symptoms until the condition has progressed, which is why taking a proactive approach to your eye care is a must. Comprehensive eye exams are just that: all-encompassing and thorough. Early diagnosis and treatment of many common eye and vision problems can prevent vision loss and keep your eyes healthy for many years to come...
Read More
Computer Vision Syndrome
Computer Vision Syndrome, or Digital Eye Strain, describes a group of vision-related problems that develop from prolonged computer, smartphone, and tablet use. In today’s tech-centric society, many of us spend the majority of our day looking at a screen. Because of this, many individuals are experiencing eye discomfort and vision problems. The severity of discomfort increases with the amount of digital screen use, as you may have guessed...
Read More
Contact Lens Exams & Fittings
The American Optometric Association reports an estimated 45 million Americans wear contact lenses. Over the years, more and more people have made the switch from glasses to contact lenses. Technology has come a long way and evolved rapidly, providing contact-lens wearers with a broad spectrum of options. It’s safe to say there are contact lenses for just about everyone these days. Whether you have recently caught yourself...
Read More
Designer Eye Wear
Designer eyeglasses are a great way to take your wardrobe and style to the next level. More than 75 percent of American adults rely on some sort of vision correction, 64 percent of which wear eyeglasses. Having poor vision shouldn’t hinder your sense of fashion or confidence, especially with all the designer eyewear options out there today. While some people wear glasses out of necessity, let’s not forget about those who wear glasses...
Read More
Diabetic Eye Care
Individuals diagnosed with diabetes face a myriad of challenges and health problems, including those that affect the eyes. Diabetic eye disease refers to a group of eye problems that strictly affect those with diabetes. Furthermore, people with diabetes are at a higher risk of developing certain eye diseases, such as glaucoma, cataracts, and diabetic retinopathy...
Read More
Glaucoma
Glaucoma is a group of diseases that impact the eye’s optic nerve, resulting in serious damage such as vision loss and blindness. It usually develops when fluid builds up in the front part of the eye, resulting in increased pressure in the eye and damage to the optic nerve. Glaucoma is very treatable with early detection; however, it is the leading cause of blindness in people over the age of 60...
Read More
Diabetic Eye Care
Red eyes, dry eyes, and allergies are common eye problems that affect millions of Americans each day. Even though these are common afflictions, diagnosing the underlying cause isn’t always as straightforward. It can be difficult to know whether you are dealing with infection, allergy, inflammation, or dryness, which is where First Eye Care comes in. Making regular visits to your eye doctor...
Read More
Glaucoma
Glaucoma is a group of diseases that impact the eye’s optic nerve, resulting in serious damage such as vision loss and blindness. It usually develops when fluid builds up in the front part of the eye, resulting in increased pressure in the eye and damage to the optic nerve. Glaucoma is very treatable with early detection; however, it is the leading cause of blindness in people over the age of 60...
Read More