West U Vision eye care provides comprehensive eye exams, contact lens fitting, and performs screenings for glaucoma. If surgery is needed, West University eye care professionals can refer you to the best surgeon for your condition. We strive to provide the best possible eye care for our patients by using technologically advanced equipment in an efficient and professional environment. At West University optical facility we want our patients to be satisfied, referring patients when they leave our office.
20/20 vision indicates the sharpness or clarity of vision. There are other important vision skills, including peripheral awareness or side vision, eye coordination, depth perception, focusing ability and color vision that contribute to your overall visual ability. Our West Univeristy eye care center will test your vision for these eye regularities. Some people can see well at a distance, while closer objects are blurry. This condition can be caused by hyperopia, or farsightedness, this may also be referred to as presbyopia or loss of focusing ability.
Myopia or nearsightedness refers to those people who can see close objects, but their vision is blurry with objects further away. Our West University vision care includes eye exams by our optometrists who will diagnose the causes, if any, that are affecting your ability to see well. Our West University optometrist can prescribe glasses, contact lenses or a vision therapy program that will help improve your vision. If the reduced vision is due to an eye disease we will refer you to the best eye specialists in our Houston area.