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Williams Eye Care - Frisco

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Frisco, TX 75034

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Williams Eye Care - Fairview

120 Town Pl.
Fairview, TX 75069

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When Did You Last Have a Comprehensive Eye Exam?

This month is Healthy Vision Month. When did you last have a comprehensive eye exam? Checking your eyes periodically is one of the most important things you can do to be sure that your vision remains in top form. During the procedure, your eye care professional thoroughly examines your eyes, making sure you're clear of frequently occurring eye diseases and vision issues, many of which do not have early warning signs.

Your examination will start with what's known as a visual acuity test, using an eye chart to measure how your vision behaves at various distances. The outside of your eye also gets tested.

As soon as these tests are completed, your optometrist may go ahead and examine your retina using specialized diagnostic technology. This is extremely important, as it will provide crucial information about the health of your eyes, as well as information about your general health. For instance, it can show warning signs of diabetes and also point to abnormal blood pressure.

You will also be checked for signs of glaucoma. Your eye care professional will do this by determining the pressure in your eye, with a rapid puff of air aimed straight onto your eye.

Now is the time to take the extra measure for your eyes. Commit to making your eye health a priority, and remember to schedule an appointment today.

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Because of the COVID 19 Virus we will only be staying open to meet the needs of patients with eye problems and emergency exams.

We will be deferring routine exams and delaying contact lens exams until further notice. We will be supporting our patients who were unable to come for their contact lens exams, due to these new restrictions, by extending your current contact lens prescriptions, whenever possible. Please call to discuss this option with us.

When all is settled, we will be calling our postponed patients to get them back in for those exams.

Patients over the age of 60 or in a high risk category will not be seen so please call ahead and speak to us before you come by.

If you have an emergency or medical issue, call us! We’re here to help!

Thank you so much!!! 972-210-2100