If you’d like to take a tour of our offices, please visit our Virtual Tour Page. You can also visit our multimedia Learning Center and get up to speed on a number of eye conditions as well as their treatments. If you’d like to you take a moment to get to know each of our experienced and friendly doctors. When you’ve finished, contact us today and make an appointment. If you’d like directions to our office, you can click here and download an easy to use Google Map.

Appointments and Office Hours

If you would like to make an appointment, call our office at
(979) 774-0498 or 1-800-462-7648 during our regular office hours, from 8am-5pm Monday through Thursday and 8am-12pm Friday. Our on-site Optical Shop is open from 7:30am-5pm Monday through Thursday and 7:30am-1pm on Friday.

We make every effort to stay on schedule, but please be aware that emergencies may arise which may cause unexpected delays. We regret any inconvenience this may cause you and will try to notify you if there will be a significant delay.

Office Visits

On your first visit to us, please bring your glasses and a list of medications you may be taking. Also, please bring a picture ID and your current insurance card. You will be asked to complete a medical history and an information form. A complete eye examination takes approximately one hour and includes examination for glasses (refraction) and dilating the pupils with drops to allow the doctor to fully see the inside of your eye. The drops may cause temporary blurring of vision (especially for reading) and sensitivity to bright light.

If you have been referred by another physician, please tell us at the time of your visit, and we will provide him/her with a summary of our findings.

Patient education is an important part of our commitment to your eye care needs. If you would like to learn more about eye conditions and treatments, please visit our Multimedia Learning Center. If something is not clear, please don’t hesitate to ask. Should you have any suggestions or complaints, feel free to discuss them with the doctor or an assistant.