Eye doctor in Mesquite, TX for the entire family
EyeMax Family Vision provides an individualized experience in eye care combining the use of all-digital equipment and exceptional service. We spend the time to individually design your correction options so that you are comfortable and happy with how you look and what you see.
Comprehensive Eye Exams
Our comprehensive eye exams in Mesquite will check your eyes inside and out for any potential eye disorders or diseases. Your visual skills and abilities are carefully evaluated and appropriate treatment is prescribed, whether it’s medication, prescription lenses, or vision therapy.
Contact Lens Exam
Looking for convenient and personalized contact lens exams in Mesquite, TX? EyeMax Family Vision fits the latest technology in contact lenses that correct for nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Our optometrist, Dr. Lien Lam, offers you unsurpassed service when it comes to contact lens fitting and aftercare. The eye doctors can also recommend new options in lenses for specialty fits such as dry eye, irregular corneas, Keratoconus, and other eye disorders. Contact lenses that have therapeutic uses, and contacts for a medical diagnosis are prescribed as well.
Eye Disease Treatment
We treat and manage eye and vision conditions that can be sight threatening, lead to eye discomfort, and may signal systemic health problems. The use of advanced instrumentation, ensures your comfort and helps us to better manage eye conditions such as: glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, dry eye syndrome, eye infections and eye inflammation.
Children’s Eye Care
When should you have your child’s eyes examined? According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), the first eye exam should be when your child is an infant at the age of 6 months and then again at 3. The next eye exam should be about the time they are entering first grade at the age of 5 or 6. For school-aged children, the AOA recommends an exam every 2 years. It is important to have your child’s eyes examined because 5 to 10 percent of preschoolers and 25 percent of children at school-age have vision problems. Generally children’s exams will include a case history, vision testing, determination of whether eyeglasses are needed, testing of eye alignment, an eye health evaluation and, if needed, prescription of eyewear.
Eye injuries range in severity and scope such as minor irritation that results from household soap in your eye or the catastrophic, resulting in permanent loss of vision. In most cases, if you experience symptoms of pain, visual discomfort or bleeding, you should pay us a visit. If you are unsure if your condition is serious or needs immediate attention, call us and we would be happy to help. Pain that continues and loss of vision after an eye injury can be warning signs that require prompt medical attention. We may be able to take care of you here in the office but if your condition is major, go to a hospital’s emergency department.