Advanced Dry Eye Specialty Clinic
We also offer innovative diagnostic and therapeutic care for patients with autoimmune and other health conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and rosacea, who have also been diagnosed with dry eye disease.
Dry eye disease affects over 16 million adults in the United States, and is characterized by the inability to make enough tears, or to make tears that evaporate (go away) too quickly. Serious, chronic cases can significantly decrease a patient’s quality of life. At our Advanced Dry Eye Specialty Clinic, our specialists partner with experts in autoimmune disease, endocrinology, and dermatology to personalize treatment plans that start with a patient’s underlying condition.
Comprehensive eye exams and prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses are completed by our optometrists. Refraction (the part of the eye exam that determines the need for glasses or contact lenses) is not covered by all insurance plans. Check with your insurance provider and please be aware that you may be charged for refraction if you do not have a vision plan.
To re-order contact lenses, contact Optometry directly at 214-645-2064.
Located on the 6th floor in the Aston Building, the Optical Shop offers a broad selection of frames (including those for sunglasses). Our opticians are trained to help you choose the best frame for your face shape. Contact us at 214-645-2023.