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What We’ll Ask You At Your Eye Exam

Is it already time for your next eye exam? There are several things you should tell our eye doctors so that we can make sure your vision is analyzed accurately and thoroughly.

It is of great importance that you inform us of any current health conditions or problems you are experiencing because eyes are often affected by changes in your body. This includes diabetes, pregnancy, high blood pressure or allergies.

The more we know about your lifestyle, the better. For example, are you a smoker? Do you drink? Tell us what you're using your eyes for. Are you an artist who strains your eyes working with fine details? Being informed of these facts will make it easier for us to determine your vision correction needs.

As several eye-related diseases can be passed down to you from your parents, it's important that you tell us if any of your family members have any of them, especially glaucoma or macular degeneration. It's easy to understand what it's a lot less complicated to look out for warning signs when we're informed about which conditions you may be prone to.

Let us know if you notice anything strange about your vision including blurriness, fatigue, flashes of light, spots and double vision. We'll then do our very best to discover the source of the condition, and suggest the best possible treatment plan. Remember to bring your most recent pair of glasses with you when you see us. Glasses give us information about your eyes, even if you're a contact lens wearer. So don't forget all this when you next see us. Together, we'll figure out the most efficient way to solve whatever issue you may be having!

Welcome to Texas State Optical Northline

Welcome to Texas State Optical Northline

Welcome to TSO Northline

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