New Technology Now Available! The Light Adjustable Lens
The RxSight™ Light Adjustable Lens is the first and only intraocular lens (IOL) that can be customized after cataract surgery. The Light Adjustable Lens is made of a special photosensitive material that can be adjusted in response to ultraviolet (UV) light. This optimization is done by your eye doctor in the weeks following lens implantation through a series of non-invasive light treatments that take only a few minutes each. You will have the unique ability to adjust and preview your vision until it meets your personal desires and lifestyle requirements. The Light Adjustable Lens delivers superior vision outcomes that non-adjustable IOLs cannot match.
Welcome to Texas Regional Eye Center
Thank you for visiting Texas Regional Eye Center. Now offering advanced LASIK LASER vision correction. Whether in Bryan, College Station, Navasota, Madisonville, Brenham or anywhere else in the Brazos Valley, Texas Regional Eye Center is your home for all your eye care needs.
Our friendly staff and experienced ophthalmologists will make you feel at home while providing you with Excellence in Eye Care. In addition to offering iLASIK vision correction, Texas Regional Eye Center also offers a range of services, from treatment of cataracts and lens replacement surgery to routine eye care. Trust Aggieland’s iLASIK Experts for your eye care needs.
General Eye Care
Ophthalmologist are specialized medical doctors who are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of eye disease. Trust your vision to a specialist at Texas Regional Eye Center.
Dr. Michael Everson Joins Our Team
Texas Regional Eye Center is pleased to welcome Dr. Michael Everson, O.D. to our team. Dr. Everson brings his experience and passion for providing excellent care to Aggieland.
“It is my sincere belief that you will benefit from a much larger facility, experienced staff, and the latest technology available to help you see your best!” said Dr. Everson.
Dr. Everson’s existing patients can easily transfer records to Texas Regional Eye by downloading, completing, and returning this form. If you’d like to make an appointment with Dr. Everson or any of the experienced and caring doctors at Texas Regional Eye Center, please call us today at (979) 774-0498.
What is Keratoconus?
Keratoconus typically first appears in individuals who are in their late teens or early twenties, and may progress for 10-20 years, and then slow or stabilize. Each eye may be affected differently. In the early stages of keratoconus, people might experience:
- Slight blurring of vision
- Distortion of vision
- Increased sensitivity to light
The team at Texas Regional Eye Center congratulates our beloved JoLynn Vernon on her retirement. For more than 15 years, JoLynn’s warm smile and heartfelt welcome greeted patients as they came through our front door. She filled our office with joy, laughter, and an contagious positive attitude. She will be greatly missed as she embarks on her next great adventure. Along with her husband, Charles, JoLynn will be able to spend lots more time with their two children and three grandchildren! Congratulations, JoLynn and thank you for 15 years of service. We LOVE you!
How to Choose an Eye Doctor
Are you looking for an optometrist in College Station or Bryan? Do you know what an ophthalmologist is? The differences between an Ophthalmologist, an Optometrist and an Optician have to do with the level of training and expertise of each. It is important so visit the right health care professional to make sure you properly care for your eyes. You’ll find all three types at Texas Regional Eye Center, so we can provide you with the finest eye care available. If you’re not sure which you need, call us at (979) 774-0498 and we’ll help you. Click HERE to learn more.
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LASIK on the Front Lines
Texas Regional Eye Center is proud to have performed LASIK on many members and former member of the U.S. Military. The benefits that LASIK can provide have been proven for years by men and women who protect our freedoms every day.