Regardless of your age, it is imperative to undergo regular eye examinations in order to prevent and detect eye disease. The human eye is constantly changing from year to year. Certain conditions, including glaucoma, do not manifest any symptoms until permanent damage has been done. According to The National Institutes of Health, approximately 2.3 million people in the United States suffer from glaucoma, while an additional 2 million people have glaucoma but are unaware of their condition. Detecting these diseases early allows for more flexible treatment options and reduces the risk of further harm to the eye.
In addition to our nationally and internationally recognized doctors, Texan Eye continues to invest in state of the art technology and equipment in order to make sure you are receiving the best care possible. We are proud to offer comprehensive eye exams for both pediatric patients and adults.
Eye exams may be covered through medical insurance policies with an appropriate medical diagnosis. Eye exams can also be covered through a vision insurance carrier for those patients with or without an appropriate medical diagnosis. For more information on Texan Eye insurance guidelines, please refer to our insurance section. For specific information related to covered services through your insurance carrier, contact your insurance company directly, as listed on your medical or vision insurance card.