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Advanced Eye Care in Austin, TX

Proper eye care and eye examinations will enhance your quality of life. Whether you are in need of an annual eye exam by an optometrist or advanced treatment of any eye disease, the team at Avery Ranch Eye Care is here to help. Our Georgetown, TX eye clinic provides comprehensive eye exams, contact lens exams, diagnosis and management of eye diseases, and treatment of eye injuries.

Emergency Eye Care & Eye Disease Treatment

If you or any of your loved ones suffer from any eye disease, such as cataracts, glaucoma, dry eye, keratoconus, or macular degeneration you can feel confident that Dr. Vincent and his team utilize the most technologically advanced instrumentation to assist in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of any eye disease.

Georgetown Optometry Services

Please read below to learn more about the specialized eye care services provided at the Avery Ranch Eye Care optometry clinic.

  • Dr. Chris Vincent highly recommends annual eye exams for the prevention of sight threatening diseases and the maintenence of healthy eyes.  At Avery Ranch Eye Care, we take the time to listen and pay careful attention to thoroughly evaluate your entire vision and eye health needs.

  • Eye emergencies or eye injuries can range from the very minor, such as getting soap in your eye, to the catastrophic accidents resulting in permanent loss of vision.
  • Eye conditions can range from mild to severe. Some are chronic, while others may resolve on their own.  The information listed below will give you a basic understanding of some of common eye diseases including simptoms and treatment options. 
  • There are many different causes of dry eye.  Our Dry Eye Treatment Center is dedicated to finding a treatment plan tailored to your individual needs.  We work fast to bring you the relief you deserve. 
  • In recent years, the contact lens technology has made tremendous advancements in lens materials and designs.  With this new technology, almost anyone can wear contact lenses.  Even if you have tried contacts in the past and no longer wear them, these advancements have proven to allow better vision and comfort than contact lenses in the past. 

  • Having a surgical procedure to help correct your vision is a major decision.  We specialize in determining if refractive surgery is the right choice for you. 
  • Cataract surgery involves the removal of a patient's cataract, which is a cloudiness or opacity in the normally transparent crystalline lens of the eye.  A new synthetic lens is then inserted to replace the cataract and restore vision.   
  • Digital retinal imaging is used to assist in the early detection of ceriety of eye conditions, including macular degeneration and diabetes. These vision tests are extremely important for confirming the health of the retina, optic nerve, macula and other retinal structures.
  • A detailed mapping, or corneal topography, is of utmost importance when determining the quality of vision.  The computerized corneal mapping is a non-invasive medical imaging technique for mapping the surface curvature of the cornea. 
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