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Our Austin Optometrist Team Diagnoses & Treats Astigmatism

Astigmatism

Astigmatism is a common type of vision problem, but many people don't fully understand it. To gain some more insight, we invite you to keep reading and be sure to contact our Austin optometrist team if you believe you or a loved one may be living with this condition. 

Causes & Symptoms of Astigmatism

A person with astigmatism essentially is dealing with the following issue: one or both of their eyes aren't perfectly round. Believe it or not, most of us have astigmatism to some degree, but not everyone has it significantly enough so as to affect eyesight. 

It's not entirely clear what causes astigmatism, however, people are generally born with it. Astigmatism can also develop or worsen with age, or be brought on by a history of eye injury, infection, or surgery.

The primary symptom of astigmatism is a blurry vision at either near or far distances (or both). If you have uncorrected astigmatism, you may also notice your eyes get tired or feel strained easily.

How an Austin Optometrist Can Treat & Diagnose Astigmatism

Astigmatism is easily diagnosed on a comprehensive eye exam, so it's important to see schedule an appointment with our Austin optometrist staff. Remember that astigmatism can change over time, which may cause your vision to change, too. So, it's important to have routine examinations in order for your eyesight to be monitored and corrected appropriately. 

Treatments Available for Astigmatism at Our Austin Eye Clinic

  • Eyeglasses are typically the easiest way to correct vision problems associated with astigmatism
  • Hard-to-fit lenses and other types of specialty contacts are often useful in managing a person's astigmatism symptoms since they can be specially designed to "fit" the abnormal shape of a person's eyes (our Austin eye doctor staff will be able to help you determine which kind is best for you)
  • Some people prefer to have refractive surgery so they don't have to wear corrective eyewear; our staff can provide pre- and post-operative care to help you prepare for and recover from any type of eye operation  

Do You Have Astigmatism in Austin, TX?

Call the Austin Vision Center today at 512-477-2282 to schedule an appointment. Our Austin optometrist staff is happy to help you using the most technologically advanced equipment and services. Contact us today to schedule your next appointment and start seeing a better future. 

Office Hours

Central: Tarrytown Center Location
Corner of Windsor and Exposition

 

 
DayMorningAfternoon
Monday9:00am6:00pm
Tuesday9:00am6:00pm
Wednesday9:00am6:00pm
Thursday9:00am6:00pm
Friday9:00am6:00pm
SaturdayClosedClosed
SundayClosedClosed
Day Morning Afternoon
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
9:00am 9:00am 9:00am 9:00am 9:00am Closed Closed
6:00pm 6:00pm 6:00pm 6:00pm 6:00pm Closed Closed


 

West: Four Points Center Location
Corner of RR 2222 and FM 620

 

Monday Closed Closed
Tuesday 9:00a.m - 1:00p.m 2:00p.m - 6:00p.m
Wednesday 9:00a.m - 1:00p.m 2:00p.m - 6:00p.m
Thursday 9:00a.m - 1:00p.m 2:00p.m - 6:00p.m
Friday 9:00a.m - 1:00p.m 2:00p.m - 6:00p.m
Saturday 9:00a.m 3:00p.m
Sunday Closed Closed
Monday 9:00a.m - 1:00p.m 2:00p.m - 6:00p.m
Tuesday 9:00a.m - 1:00p.m 2:00p.m - 6:00p.m
Wednesday 9:00a.m - 1:00p.m 2:00p.m - 6:00p.m
Thursday 9:00a.m - 1:00p.m 2:00p.m - 6:00p.m
Friday 9:00a.m - 1:00p.m 2:00p.m - 6:00p.m
Saturday 9:00a.m 3:00p.m
Sunday Closed Closed