EYE CARE SERVICES

PILOT POINT, TEXAS

OUR 20/20 VISION

The optometry team at Pilot Point Family Eye Care is your new neighborhood eye care team! We promise to provide you with the knowledge, care, and treatment you and your family needs to live your life to its greatest potential. Our eye care services are performed using the latest in eye care technology and each of our exams and treatment plans are customized for every patient to ensure your eyes stay strong and healthy for years to come.
Comprehensive Eye Exams
Your eyes are one of the most important, yet complex organs of the body, therefore it is vital to schedule routine comprehensive eye exams. Unlike routine eye exams, comprehensive eye exams test your visual acuity, look for common eye diseases, assess how your eyes work together and evaluate the health of your retina, optic nerve, and retinal blood vessels. This is the best way to determine the overall health of your eye.
Emergency & Medical Eye Care
We are always here for you and your family. That’s why we have emergency eye care services readily available for your family’s needs. If you’ve experienced eye trauma, sudden blurry or loss of vision, eye scratches, flashes of light or floaters, or abrupt headaches, please give our team a call.
Diabetic Eye Exams
Those with diabetes often have damage to small blood vessels in the retina and are unfortunately at higher risk for glaucoma and cataracts. This is why regular eye exams are highly recommended for those who have diabetes so that your doctor can address any changes and ensure proper treatment.
Dry Eye Management
Dry eye becomes more common as we age and occurs when tear production and drainage are unbalanced. There are many causes for dry eye but thankfully there are many treatments. Dry eyes are diagnosed through our comprehensive eye exams and have various treatment options. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, please do not hesitate to reach out to us: redness, stinging, scratching, burning sensations, light sensitivity, watery eyes, blurry vision, and mucus near the eye.
Myopia Control
One in two people have Myopia, also known as nearsightedness. Treating Myopia involves preventing it from becoming worse with glasses, contact lenses, or in some cases, surgery. If you are experiencing blurry vision, feel the need to squint to see clearly, have headaches, or difficulty seeing while driving a vehicle, schedule a comprehensive eye exam today so we can help prevent your eyes from further harm.
Contact Lenses and Exams
Whether it is your first time using contact lenses or you feel as though you may need a different option, we are here to help! In addition, if you’ve been told you can’t wear contact lenses, there may be new options available for you.

All contact lens patients will complete a comprehensive eye exam, then a contact lens consultation, followed by measurement to ensure the appropriate lens for your eyes and lifestyle.

FRAMES TO FIT YOUR PERSONAL STYLE AND YOUR LIFESTYLE

Choosing the right pair of glasses is not a decision to take lightly. Our team of experienced opticians will work with you to understand your lifestyle, your personal style, and your vision needs in order to provide you with a recommendation on style, fit, and brand.

If you’re searching for the perfect new frames, start by exploring our collection of brands below.

MODO
ECO
ARTICLE ONE
MAUI JIM
COSTA
RAY BAN
KATE SPADE
LIGHT TEC
DB4K
MARIE CLAIRE
ENHANCE
ESQUIRE

Am I a good candidate for contact lenses?

Likely, yes! At Pilot Point Family Eye Care, we fit a wide range of contact lenses, including specialty contacts and multi-focal contact lenses.

When should my eyes be examined?

The American Optometric Association recommends children have their eyes examined starting at 6 months of age, and at least once between the age of 3 and 5. School-aged children should have their eyes checked annually, as well as adults with any history of refractive conditions, history of ocular disease or occupations that are visually demanding.

EYE CARE FAQs

Does a vision screening count as an eye exam?

No! Vision screenings are used as a way to identify children or adults who may have undetected vision problems, however they can actually miss more than they can identify. Specialized equipment and testing are needed to adequately evaluate the eyes and vision and can only be performed by a trained optometrist or ophthalmologist.

EYE CARE FAQs

Am I a good candidate for contact lenses?

Likely, yes! At Pilot Point Family Eye Care, we fit a wide range of contact lenses, including specialty contacts and multi-focal contact lenses.

When should my eyes be examined?

The American Optometric Association recommends children have their eyes examined starting at 6 months of age, and at least once between the age of 3 and 5. School-aged children should have their eyes checked annually, as well as adults with any history of refractive conditions, history of ocular disease or occupations that are visually demanding.

Does a vision screening count as an eye exam?

No! Vision screenings are used as a way to identify children or adults who may have undetected vision problems, however they can actually miss more than they can identify. Specialized equipment and testing are needed to adequately evaluate the eyes and vision and can only be performed by a trained optometrist or ophthalmologist.

NOT ALL CONTACT LENSES ARE THE SAME

If you’ve ever experience discomfort or pain associated with your contact lenses, then you understand how important it is to find the right lens. This starts by choosing the right brand. Pilot Point Family Eye Care carries a wide range of contact lens brands to choose from thus ensuring we find the perfect fit for you.
COOPER VISION
ALCON
JOHNSON & JOHNSON
VTI – NATUALVUE CONTACTS
BAUSCH AND LOMB