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  • Signs of Sight Loss
    Austin Vision Center Discusses Signs Of Sight Loss Your sight is one of your most important senses. Your sight makes it possible to live independently. It makes it possible for you Read more
  • Comprehensive Eye Care
    Comprehensive Eye Care Provided by Our Austin, TX Eye Doctors One of the most important steps you can take to protect your vision and keep your eyes healthy is going for Read more
  • Choosing the Right Prescription Sunglasses: Protect Your Eyes from the Sun this Summer
    Our Austin, TX Optometrist Discusses Choosing the Right Prescription Sunglasses The sun is finally out, and you can finally replace the layers of clothes with a sundress or a pair of Read more
  • June is Fireworks Safety Month
    June is Fireworks Safety Month At Austin Vision Center we're proud to partner with Prevent Blindness America to celebrate Fireworks Safety Month. This month of vision safety awareness begins the first of Read more
  • June is Cataract Awareness Month
    June is Cataract Awareness Month Did you know that cataracts are the most common cause of blindness in the world? Over 24 million Americans are affected by cataracts, but they don't Read more
  • May is Healthy Vision Month
    May is Healthy Vision Month Eye care is one of the most important health investments you can make.  Healthy Vision Month was started by the National Eye Institute to remind people Read more
  • Specialty and Hard To Fit Contacts
    Specialty & Hard to Fit Contacts with our Austin, TX Chiropractor At Austin Vision Center, we welcome any and all patients looking for effective solutions to their vision and eye care needs. Read more
  • What Could Be Causing Your Dry Eyes
    Top Five Signs of Dry Eyes with our Austin Optometrist According to the National Institutes of Health, the prevalence of dry eye disease is estimated to be up to 33%, meaning Read more
  • Nighttime Driving
    Nighttime Driving: Are You Seeing the Road Clearly? Having blurry vision can affect more than just your ability to read, use the computer, or even see people as they approach you. Read more
  • New Year's Resolution: Get a Wellness Exam and See 2018 Clearly!
    Austin Vision Center - New Year's Resolution: Get a Wellness Exam and See 2018 Clearly! At Austin Vision Center, our experienced and knowledgeable Austin optometrist is here to serve all you Read more
  • Use Your Flex Dollars Before The End Of The Year
    Friendly Reminder from You Austin Optometrist: Use Flex Dollars Before Jan. 1 Here at Austin Vision Center, we understand how hard you work to keep your insurance coverage up to date. Read more
  • What is Vision Therapy and is it Right For You?
    "What is Vision Therapy, and Is it Right for You?" Answered by our Austin, TX Optometrist  Going to our Austin optometrist sometimes consists of more than just a routine vision exam for Read more
  • How Often Should I See an Eye Doctor? Advice From our Austin Optometrist.
    How Often Should I See an Eye Doctor? Advice From our Austin Optometrist Your busy schedule may sometimes make it hard to remember to come in for regular eye doctor appointments, Read more
  • Should I Upgrade My Contact Lenses?
    Our Austin Optometrist Team Offers Comprehensive Contact Lens Exams for Children & Adults People who prefer wearing contact lenses often find them to be more subtle, more convenient, and/or more suitable Read more
  • Dry Eye or MGD (meibomian gland dysfunction)
    Our Austin Optometrist Team Diagnoses & Treats Dry Eyes & MGD At the Austin Vision Center, our Austin optometrist team has met hundreds of individuals complaining of symptoms related to dry Read more
  • Early Warning Signs of Cataracts
    Cataract Treatment From Our Austin Optometrist At Austin Vision Center, our Austin optometrist provides diagnosis, treatment, and management of cataracts and a number of other eye conditions. Specifically, cataracts refer to Read more

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