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Eye Exams in Westlake, TX

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Comprehensive Care You Can Rely On

Having an annual eye exam is one of the most important things you can do for your overall health. At Eyes on Westlake, we do more than just determine your glasses and contact lens prescription. We provide you with comprehensive, thorough eye examinations that are able to detect common diseases such as diabetes, glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, keratoconus and dry eye. We provide the information you need and pair it with treatment programs tailored for you, with a splash of fun thrown in for good measure.

Early detection of eye disease is key for maintaining comfortable, clear vision and preventing vision loss. We are dedicated to providing an all-encompassing eye examination from experts who care.

Eye Exams for Adults & Seniors

The American Optometric Association recommends that adults 18 through 64 get a comprehensive eye exam at least every 2 years. However, at Eyes on Westlake, we recommend seeing your eye care professional at least once a year to monitor your health and detect any changes.

Often, people with eye diseases in the early stages do not show symptoms. Undetected eye diseases can often progress rapidly, causing irreversible damage. Having your eyes examined frequently can ensure that eye diseases are detected early.

The risk of developing an eye disease or condition increases after age 40. Eye conditions and diseases that commonly affect adults include:

As we age, our eyes take longer to adjust and focus. Even if you do not have any age-related eye diseases, you may begin to experience vision changes regardless. Staying up-to-date on your visual acuity can help ensure that you’re always taking the best care of your eyes.

After age 60, the risk of developing eye diseases increases significantly. Additionally, you may begin to experience vision loss as a result of eye disease or other factors. Adopting good habits can help preserve and protect your vision.

Some healthy habits to keep your eyes in tip-top shape include:

If you’re concerned about your eye health, we’re happy to help. Please gives us a call, text, or click here to request an appointment.

Eye Exams for Children

Good vision plays an important role in your child’s development, allowing them to thrive at home and school. The visual system is not fully formed in very young children, and equal input from both eyes is necessary for the brain’s vision centers to develop normally. If the eyes cannot send clear images to the brain, vision may become limited in irreversible ways.

Children are not always able to verbalize when they’re having trouble seeing. Signs that your child might need glasses include:

  • Headaches
  • Squinting
  • Sitting too close to the TV
  • Excessive tearing or eye rubbing
  • Inability to focus
  • Eye fatigue
  • Clumsiness
  • Covering or closing one eye to see better
  • Losing their place while reading

Did you know that 1 in 5 preschool children has a vision problem? That’s a huge number of kids having difficulty in school. Vision accounts for 80% of learning. Undetected eye disorders impair a child’s ability to learn, grow, and function normally in school.

The American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends having your child’s eyes examined at certain points in their life. These include:

 

A red reflex test should be performed on a newborn as a basic indicator that their eyes are healthy.

Having your child’s eyes examined before their first birthday can help determine that their eyes are developing correctly.

Between the ages of 3 and 4, have your child’s eyes examined to test visual acuity and screen for common eye diseases.

As your child enters school, bring them in for annual eye exams to monitor their visual acuity and ensure any eye conditions are treated appropriately.

Common eye conditions can affect children of any age. However, there are a few eye diseases that are more prevalent than others. These include:

At Eyes on Westlake, we are dedicated to providing a stress-free environment for patients of all ages. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us!

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We treat the communities of Roanoke, Trophy Club, Southlake, Argyle, and Keller.

Our Address

72 Andorra Drive, Suite #180
Westlake, Texas 76262

Contact Information

Phone: 817-674-7500
[email protected]

Hours of Operation

Monday
9 AM7 PM
Tuesday
9 AM5 PM
Wednesday
7 AM4 PM
Thursday
9 AM5 PM
Friday
9 AM2 PM
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

What We Offer

Dry Eye Treatment

Dry Eye Treatment

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!

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!

Patient Center

Keratoconus & Scleral Lenses

Keratoconus & Scleral Lenses

Keratoconus is a corneal irregularity that makes standard contact lenses hard-to-fit and uncomfortable to wear. Scleral lenses are an excellent option for people with keratoconus as they provide clear vision and unparalleled comfort.

Keratoconus is a corneal irregularity that makes standard contact lenses hard-to-fit and uncomfortable to wear. Scleral lenses are an excellent option for people with keratoconus as they provide clear vision and unparalleled comfort.

Contact Lenses

Diabetic Eye Exams

Diabetic Eye Exams

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

Myopia Control

Myopia Control

Myopia is a progressive condition that occurs when your cornea is too curved, or your eyeball grows too long. In most cases, early intervention can help slow the progression of myopia and prevent high prescriptions later in life.

Myopia is a progressive condition that occurs when your cornea is too curved, or your eyeball grows too long. In most cases, early intervention can help slow the progression of myopia and prevent high prescriptions later in life.

Medical Eye Care

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