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Comprehensive Personal Eye Exams

Eyecare starts with annual routine examinations. Your complete examination will reveal any eye problems, even hidden ones you may not be aware of. We are committed to providing you with the most advanced technology to care for your eye health as well as your visual comfort so the quality and efficiency of your vision helps you achieve your full potential at work, in the classroom, for hobbies, sports and everyday life.

If you have diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, arthritis, elevated cholesterol, or thyroid disease, your vision and the health of your eyes could be affected. Also, certain medications can cause visual problems, which is why it's so important to have your eyes examined on an annual basis.

We diagnose and treat many eye problems, including eye injuries, dry eyes, glaucoma, diabetic eye diseases, eye infections, macular degeneration and other retinal problems.

We know it is important that the doctor not only examine but also educate the patient on what we do and hope to accomplish. Dr. Pham and her staff follow this belief, knowing patient education will help patients learn preventative measures and become better equipped to care for their eyes.

The heart of our profession is our patients. We know that every patient has different needs and concerns. At Eyecare For You it’s our responsibility to know and understand these concerns, and we take the time necessary to provide Comprehensive Personal Eye Exams in order to ensure our patients achieve optimal vision and ocular health.

You Will Receive:

  • Individual attention

  • The latest technology to aid in the analysis of your eyes

  • Wave front technology to help with customized eyeglasses correction

  • A glaucoma test to measure eye pressure

  • The option of retinal photography and imaging

  • A complete cataract evaluation and explanation and preventative care discussion

  • Pupil dilation for a thorough retinal examination (The doctor will discuss this with you.)

  • Personalized consultation with the doctor to discuss test results and treatment plan.

High Quality Lenses and Frames

Our highly trained staff and doctors are ready to assist you with the appropriate selection for your specific needs. If you’ve never thought about the brand of lenses for your eyeglasses, you are certainly not alone. However, when you consider how significant vision is to your life and how much you depend on the sense of sight throughout the day, you begin to appreciate what drives our efforts to improve every aspect of vision correction. This sets Eyecare For You apart. We understand and recognize the latest optical technologies and lens design techniques.


We take the time to discuss how different lens designs will impact your vision. We also show you eyewear styles that are not only appropriate to your prescription, but also are well designed to fit your facial features, functionality and life style. At Eyecare For You we apply our optical expertise to provide the most advanced eyeglass lens designs, materials and treatments. We believe every pair of eyes deserves the best vision correction possible. We help you see better and look better!

Contact Lens Fitting

If you are thinking of contact lenses, we have more than 10 years of experience and advanced training in fitting even the most difficult cases. We can recommend the best contact lenses for you based on a complete eye examination and a review of your visual needs both at work and play. Since most people can wear more than one type of lens, it’s important to know what the choices are and the advantages and disadvantages to each.


We prescribe:

  • Disposable and frequent replacement soft lenses

  • Traditional soft contact lenses

  • Rigid gas permeable contact lenses

  • Astigmatic contact lenses

  • Tinted soft lenses

  • Bifocal contact lenses

Pediatric and Senior Exams

Here at Eyecare For You, the 10 years of experience between all of our staff members has served to show us that preventative care through regular eye exams is the best way to keep vision issues at bay, especially as we age. While it’s true that senior eye care is important, many eye problems affect certain individuals regardless of age. Our doctors not only help senior citizens, but is also the perfect pediatric optometrist to help with children’s vision issues as well as the rest of the family.


When to Come See Us

There are specific vision problems that require immediate attention, as they may be an indicator of a serious medical issue. Be sure to get yourself or your child in to see our optometrist right away if you experience:

  • Many floaters or spots covering your vision

  • A feeling like your vision has been covered with a dark curtain

  • A change in vision with sudden onset of pain, redness, vomiting, or nausea

  • Double vision

  • Sudden onset of blurry vision in one or both eyes

  • Narrowing of field of vision

  • Slow distortion or loss of central vision

  • Blurry or cloudy vision

  • Blinds spots in field of vision

  • Irritation or scratchy sensation on the eye

Get Ahead of Vision Problems

While it’s true that there are certain age-related issues that can lead to the development of vision problems, most age-related eye problems can be minimized with a healthy lifestyle and regular eye exams. At Eyecare For You, our eye doctors can help recommend vitamins, nutrition, and provide other advice to keep your eyes as healthy as possible. Call us today at (281) 272-2555 to schedule an eye exam, or you can simply fill out our form located conveniently online.

Urgent Care

Your eyes are important to us. Simply call (281) 272-2555 to reach one of your doctors. If you experience an eye emergency during regular business hours, call our office to be seen as soon as possible.

Examples of urgent eye vision care situations include:

  • A red, painful eye, especially one that is light sensitive or accompanied by nausea.

  • A painful eye injury.

  • Foreign objects in the eye.

  • Sudden loss of vision or a sudden change in vision.

  • Sudden onset of flashing lights, especially when accompanied by a change in vision.

  • Chemical exposure.

  • Blunt trauma to the eye.

Eyecare Technology

Technological enhancements have improved the ability for your eye care providers to manage and detect eye diseases, aid in fitting difficult contact lenses, and keep accurate patient records. Our office keeps up to date on all the latest technological advances to ensure the best quality care for you.

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