Welcome to Austin Vision Center
Professional Eyecare / Fine Eyewear

Call Our Central Location at 512-477-2282 or Our West Location at 512-258-2282 today.

Full-Suite of Eyecare Services

Welcome to Austin Vision Center! Since 1987 Austin Vision Center has been one of Central Texas's best known high-end opticals. Our mission is to provide patients from the  Austin area with the latest optometric technology and professional eyecare in a comfortable, caring environment.  Over the years, we have established a solid reputation for high quality eyecare services and products. Our hallmarks are professionalism, passion and a patient-centered approach. Turn to Austin Vision Center in the Tarrytown Center close to downtown and the University of Texas or to our west location at Four Points Center at the corner of FM 620 and RR 2222 for all of your eyecare needs.

Your eyes are the windows to your world, and our therapeutic optometrists Dr. Mark Hutson and Dr. Peter Tran are there to ensure that you see it at its best. Our talented staff is committed to providing patients and customers with an A+ experience in vision care. At Austin Vision Center, we offer comprehensive eye exams for glasses and contacts, lasik eye surgery co-management, cataract surgery co-management and fine eyewear from a wide selection of designers. 

Optometry Services at Austin Vision Center

Our optometric services at Austin Vision Center include eye exams, lasik eye surgery co-management, and more. We recommend yearly eye exams, especially for those who have a family history of vision problems and for those over the age of 50. The sooner we identify an eye problem, the sooner we can help you.  Keep in mind that eye conditions are often hidden at first.  You may not realize anything is wrong until you have noticeable symptoms. Our therapeutic optometrists can diagnose eye problems with a routine eye exam. All around, yearly eye exams are the best way to maintain good eye health.

Our eye and vision examinations are comprehensive. An exam includes a one-on-one consultation with our therapeutic optometrists, an acuity vision test, an eye function test and a tonometry test to evaluate eye health. During the consultation, we inquire about your current medications, family medical history and any visual symptoms that you may be experiencing. Each one of our vision tests has a definitive purpose. We measure sight with a reading and wall eye chart. With an eye function test, we evaluate depth perception, eye muscle performance, peripheral vision and how the eyes are working together. Using a visual examination, we examine the health of the eye and its structures. Our internal examination of the eye includes measuring eye pressure to test for signs of glaucoma as well as comprehensive evaluation of the retina.

Give us a call today so we can help you see and look your best!

Dr. Mark Hutson and Dr. Peter Tran
Therapeutic Optometrists

Central:
2415 Exposition Blvd. Suite D
Austin, TX 78703

512-477-2282

West:
7301 N. FM 620, Suite 165
Austin, TX  78726
512-258-2282

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Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

    Dr. Hutson is 100% good. I've been going to him for 25 years. Knowledgable, up to date, friendly. Good guy, so is Dr. Marshall, good shop, great staff.

    David A.

    Mark Huston is the only person to ever give me a working prescription. He also directed me to an eye surgeon that could correct my strabismus. He is FANTASTIC and such a nice guy.

    Lorin R.

    The exam was quick and the staff was patient and efficient at helping me pick out the perfect pair of glasses. Couldn't ask for more.

    Stevie H.

    Staff very friendly, gave me very helpful information for my contact lens

    Xiang L.

    Every time I go in the staff is helpful, attentive and friendly. Last time I went in with a challenge, they were amazing and I am so grateful!

    Welder W.

    The doctor was friendly and gave me a prescription that has helped more than any other. Highly recommend!

    HK S.

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Central:

Monday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

West:

Monday:

Closed

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm*

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm*

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm*

Friday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm*

Saturday:

9:00 am-3:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed