Comprehensive Vision Exams At Cove Eyecare
We offer a wide spectrum of eye care services to all our patients, from children to older adults. Visit our Copperas Cove optometry team for eye care services for the whole family, including corrective laser eye surgery, comprehensive eye exams, emergecy eye care, and so much more.
Our eye doctors at Cove Eyecare offer our eye care services to a diverse clientele. We test for and treat common eye care diseases and conditions such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, dry eye, diabetic retinopathy, and cataracts.
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Quality eye care is central for your long-term eye health and vision! During a comprehensive eye exam, our Copperas Cove eye doctor will check your eyes thoroughly to ensure any early signs of eye health or vision problems can be found before they start to cause issues. This is a great way to protect your eyes from future complications and vision loss. We also perform specialized comprehensive eye exams for children, as well as contact lenses eye exams to make sure your vision stays in tip-top shape.
Even if you have no complaints about your vision or your eyes, it's a good idea to come in for a comprehensive eye exam at our Copperas Cove eye care clinic. Many times, ocular diseases and vision conditions present few if any symptoms until they've already caused irreparable damage to your eyes, making treatment much more difficult. For kids, undetected vision issues can cause problems with basic development and learning in school. Why take chances with your eyes or eyesight? Book regular eye exams in our Copperas Cove office.
If your child can't see well while in class, they won't be able to learn properly. An estimated 80% of all learning relies on having sharp and functional vision, as does performing well in extracurricular activities. Our Copperas Cove eye doctor will assess your child’s entire visual system, evaluating their visual acuity, eye teaming skills and eye health. Don’t wait until your child is struggling in school – schedule regular eye exams to prevent any untreated vision-related learning problems.
Contact lenses are a popular way to have clear and comfortable vision without glasses. But if your contacts aren't properly fitted to your eyes, they can cause painful scratches on your eyes and other short- and long-term damage. Our expeirnced and friendly eye doctors will perform a contact lens eye exam to make sure you have the right fit and you are wearing the best type of contacts for your needs and taste. Our Copperas Cove eye doctor is experienced in performing detailed contact lenses eye exam, call today to get started.
Diagnosed with an eye disease, such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, or cataracts? Our professional eye doctor will keep an eye on your eyes and treat your condition or disease with the most effective therapies available today. Our Copperas Cove eye doctor stays current with the latest advances in treatment for ocular disease, and we'll keep close watch on your eyes to prevent vision loss and problems, so you can enjoy clear vision and healthy eyes for years to come.
When it comes to glaucoma, early detection and treatment is the best way to ensure no damage is done to your eyes or vision. That's why we equip our Copperas Cove eye care office with the latest cutting-edge technologies to measure your intraocular pressure and inspect your optic nerve for any trace of damage or other sign of glaucoma. This is the most reliable way to diagnose glaucoma and make sure that you are receiving the most helpful glaucoma treatment. If we detect changes in your glaucoma over time, we will recommend a different treatment in order to prevent damage to your optic nerve.
Diabetes is a disease that can wreak havoc on your entire body. But did you know that it can damage your eyes as well? The most common complication is diabetic retinopathy. Unfortunately, when left untreated, this condition can cause significant loss of vision, including blindness. People with diabetes are also at high risk of glaucoma and macular edema. If you have diabetes, yearly eye exams with our Copperas Cove eye doctor are essential. If we detect any abnormalities, we will treat your eyes and work together with your physician to determine if any changes are needed in your diabetes treatment.
Dry eye syndrome (DES) is a chronic condition that can make daily life much less comfortable and can cause irritating symptoms such as red, itchy, burning, or girtty-feeling eyes, and blurry or double vision. There are a number of issues that can cause symptoms of dry eye, but the most common are either an insufficient amount of tears in your eyes or a poor quality tear composition that does not contain enough lubricating lipids. Our eye care team has specialized equipment in our Copperas Cove optometry office to diagnose DES and design the most effective treatment for you.
Most people begin to experience presbyopia after the age of 40. This condition is caused by a stiffening of the lens, which makes it hard to focus on objects up-close. Presbyopia may casue you to have trouble performing common tasks such as reading fine print or doing detailed craft work. Our Copperas Cove eye doctor will diagnose this condition during your eye exam, and we will discuss your options for presbyopia treatment (for example: readers, multifocal glasses, multifocal contact lenses, and more).
Our Copperas Cove eye care clinic offers the latest in cutting-edge optomeric technology. Depending on your individual needs, our Copperas Cove eye doctor may perform a number of tests to help better diagnose and treat eye diseases and conditions. These include OCT scans, digital retinal imaging, and visual field testing. Our office is well equipped with the latest diagnostics to provide every patient with accurate and detailed evaluations.
Eye emergencies can be very painful and very scary. The sight of your bloodshot eyes, bruised and swollen eye area, or sticky discharge oozing out from under your eyelids can easily frighten you into running to the closest emergency room. However, rushing to the hospital is not always necessary. We treat a full range of eye emergencies in Copperas Cove. Have an emergency? Call us immediately!
Cataracts are a very common part of aging, with more thn half of all patients having developed them at some point by the time they reach 80 years old. Our eye doctor will assess the health of your eyes to check for these cloudy lenses. If we detect that you have a cataract and require cataract surgery as treatment, we will provide complete co-management services for the procedure, all in the comfort of our Copperas Cove clinic.
If you have astigmatism, don't worry. You're in good company! This is a very common condition that is usually treated easily. Astigmatism occurs when the cornea has an irregular shape, causing double or blurry vision at all distances. Special eyeglasses and contact lens prescriptions are the best way to address the vision problems that come with astigmatism. Want to learn more? Speak to our Copperas Cove eye doctors.
Eyes are one of the most precious organs in your body. You need clear and healthy vision for just about every part of your life. To help you make informed decisions about your eyes and learn more about how to care for them properly, our Copperas Cove optometry practice offers a complete library of information on eye health. Please explore the articles, and contact us if you have any issues or questions about your vision.
Protective sports eyewear and specialty glasses will keep your eyes safe during active sports, as well as give you an edge on performance on the playing field or court. Tinted lenses and other specialized features will enhance your vision for your preferred game. Tell us about your hobbies and lifestyle, and our staff will show you the most suitable specialty eyewear that we offer in our Copperas Cove optical store.
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Even when a child undergoes their first eye exam without any signs of vision problems, children still need to have regular eye exams as they grow older and their vision changes. While adults may enjoy more stable vision, children are still growing, which means their vision is more susceptible and more sensitive to change.