A therapeutic optometrist is equipped to “treat eye diseases and injuries, prescribe medicine and perform other procedures such as eye foreign body removal” (Texas Optometry Board).
Keratoconus is a vision-distorting “eye condition in which the normally round dome-shaped cornea progressively thins causing a cone-like bulge to develop” (NKCF).
If you have been diagnosed with presbyopia and prefer contact lenses over glasses, you have probably noticed that finding the right lens is a challenge. We can help.
MEET DR. BRYAN FRAZIER
(Our Favorite) East Texas Family Eye Doctor.
In 1991, Dr. Bryan Frazier graduated from the University of Houston School of Optometry and soon thereafter began practicing optometry in the greater Houston area. Three years later, Dr. Frazier moved his practice to Tyler, TX, where he began protecting and prolonging the vision of East Texans. Today, Dr. Frazier practices just south of Tyler in Jacksonville, TX, where he serves patients from Tyler to Palestine, from Athens to Henderson, from Lindale to Longview, and from all over East Texas.
As a family eye care center, Dr. Frazier and his team are well-equipped and ready to see patients of all ages. In fact, there is nearly a one century gap between our oldest and youngest patients! So, whether you are age 1 or 100, have excellent vision or struggle to see, we would love the opportunity to help you see and enjoy the beauty around you.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
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First of all, thank you for taking the time to look and locate me. Though I am not able to directly contact you or to try to entice you to leave my previous location, you are free to make that choice. I was not able to take your previous records and it is not mandatory that you obtain them, however if you choose to get them the following makes the process easier.
If I have seen you since February 1st 2014, you can simply go into Eyecare Associates with your photo ID and request a password to allow you access to the online patient portal. You can then print out the records or allow us to print them on your next visit. You can also ask for a full copy of your records, but there may be a charge for the copy. For your convenience, there is a link below for a medical records release. Remember it is always your choice who provides your eye care.