Dr. McPherson is your new eye care provider for Westlake and the surrounding suburbs. Dr. McPherson founded Eyes on Westlake in 2020 with a desire to integrate medical eye care services and optical fashion in a boutique setting.
Dr. McPherson obtained her Bachelor of Science in Biology and graduated with honors from Texas Tech University. Following her time in Lubbock, she acquired her doctorate and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Houston College of Optometry. She completed 2 prestigious rotations during her final year of school and received many clinical letters of excellence.
Dr. McPherson is a licensed therapeutic optometrist and optometric glaucoma specialist. She completed extensive training in ocular disease treatment and management for conditions such as diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataracts. She has a passion for managing dry eye syndrome, and fitting specialty contact lenses for conditions such as keratoconus, post-graft corneas, and other corneal irregularities.
Dr. McPherson is from a small town in the Texas Panhandle and is an avid lover of college sports. As a former collegiate basketball player, she loves to attend live sporting events and cheer on her Red Raiders.
Meet this handsome jelly roll we call Boudreaux. He is a playful, sweet English Bulldog who can’t wait to greet you at Eyes on Westlake.
He loves belly rubs, sun-bathing, and staring at you while you eat. Boudreaux specializes in napping and has completed extensive training in the art of loud snoring.
This slobbery, snoring snuggler is a lover at heart. We hope you love this sassy, sometimes gassy, jiggly boy as much as we do!
We treat the communities of Roanoke, Trophy Club, Southlake, Argyle, and Keller.
Dry eye syndrome can be a debilitating condition that makes daily life difficult and uncomfortable. If left untreated, dry eyes can even lead to permanent damage. However, with proper treatment, you can find relief!
Diabetes can have a significant impact on your overall health and wellness. Diabetic eye disease is a leading cause of vision loss globally, so monitoring your ocular health is essential to protecting your vision.
Diabetes can have a significant impact on your overall health and wellness. Diabetic eye disease is a leading cause of vision loss globally, so monitoring your ocular health is essential to protecting your vision.Eye Exams