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Many eye conditions, if left untreated, could lead to more serious eye problems. That's why it's important to find an eye care center that offers a wide variety of eye care services. Learn more about our services and the conditions we treat at Round Rock Eye Consultants!
Our Premier Eye Care Center
As Round Rock’s premier eye care clinic, we offer patients of all ages a comprehensive array of eye health services, from eye exams to advanced surgeries for cataracts and treatment for glaucoma and other eye disorders. Delivered through one of the Austin area’s most state-of-the-art facilities, we are able to perform the most innovative surgery procedures while treating a myriad of eye health issues.
Led by award-winning ophthalmologist, Dr. Joseph Meyer, the team at Round Rock Eye Consultants strive to deliver upon their daily promise of eye health mastery and unparalleled patient care.
Discover the difference passion and expertise make by scheduling your personalized eye exam now at 512-248-4007.
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Offering a Wide Range of Services for a Variety of Conditions
At Round Rock Eye Consultants, we offer a wide range of eye care services and eye conditions that we can treat. Our experienced doctors and staff work together to ensure that our patients receive the best possible treatment for all their eye needs. Learn more about the services we offer and schedule an appointment with our eye care center in Round Rock today!
Types of Eye Examinations
Comprehensive Eye Exams
Contact Lens Exams
Glaucoma Screening Evaluation
Diabetic Eye Exams
Macular Degeneration Exams
Child Vision Screening
Adult Vision Screening
Contact Lens Evaluation
Contact Lens Fitting
Specialty Lens Fitting
Clinical Research Studies
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When You Should See an Ophthalmologist
If you experience any eye discomfort, pain or irritation, sudden vision changes, redness in the eye, loss of vision, and/or eye injuries such as cuts from flying objects (broken glass or metal), you should schedule an appointment with your ophthalmologist.
Importance of Regular Eye Exams
Regular eye exams and eye care are an important part of your eye health. Seeing an eye doctor every two years is the best way to ensure that your eyes are healthy. If you notice any eye problems, or if you experience eye injuries, contact our eye care clinic today!
Some of the Most Common Eye Problems
While we treat a variety of conditions at our eye care center, some of the most common eye problems include cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, and glaucoma. Many common eye conditions can worsen over time if left untreated, which can lead to permanent vision loss. Our eye doctors will work with you to develop a treatment plan that meets your specific needs.
Eye exams are a routine checkup that helps detect eye diseases and other vision conditions. Your eye doctor will examine your eyes using an instrument called a slit lamp or ophthalmoscope to look at the optic nerve, retina, eyelids, eye muscles, and tear ducts. It's important for everyone to have their eyes checked regularly, whether you're at risk of eye disease or just need to keep your prescription up to date.
Diabetic Eye Exams
Diabetic eye exams are eye tests that your eye doctor performs if you have diabetes or are at risk for developing it. High blood sugar levels can affect the eye's retina, macula, and optic nerve over time, causing symptoms like decreased vision and eye pain to develop suddenly. These eye examinations help monitor how well you’re controlling diabetes and whether or not your disease is worsening. Our doctors will discuss with you what to expect from each test so there are no surprises.
Our eye care center is proud to participate in clinical research to help advance the field of ophthalmology. Learn more about these clinical trials and view our current active clinical research studies to learn more or to participate!
Cataracts are a clouding of the eye's natural lens. They can occur in one or both eyes and are most common in older adults. Cataracts can cause blurry vision, halos around lights, difficulty seeing colors, and reduced night vision. If you have cataracts or are at risk for them, you may need to have your eye doctor check the lens of your eye regularly.
Dry eye is a condition that can cause your eyes to feel gritty, itchy, and irritated. Symptoms of dry eye include eye fatigue, blurred vision, and sensitivity to light. If you are experiencing this condition, your doctor may prescribe artificial tears or other treatments to help you relieve symptoms.
Floaters are tiny specks or spots that appear in your eye when the gel-like vitreous inside it becomes more liquid as you age. Floaters can be small, dark shapes such as a string of pearls, dots, or squiggly lines that look like worms across your field of vision. Floaters can be bothersome because they block your vision, so it’s important to let our eye doctors know if this happens to you.
Glaucoma is an eye condition that damages the eye's optic nerve. It is the leading cause of blindness in the United States and can occur in both eyes. Glaucoma often has no early warning signs, so schedule a comprehensive eye exam at least once a year to check for it.
Macular degeneration is a condition that damages the eye's macula, which controls your sharpest vision. It occurs when some of the tiny blood vessels in the retina break open and spill blood into the surrounding tissue. Macular degeneration usually affects both eyes, but one eye may be worse than the other at first.
Allergic Eye Disease
Allergic eye disease is an eye condition that causes redness, swelling, pain and itchiness of the eyes. This occurs when your eye’s immune system overreacts to allergens like pollen or dust. Symptoms can be mild in some people but debilitating for others.
If you have any of these eye conditions, come in for a comprehensive eye exam. Our eye doctors are trained to diagnose and treat all eye diseases with advanced technology like OCT scans that can help us better assess your condition. Schedule an appointment with Round Rock Eye Consultants today!