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Our eye doctors provide superior eye care to patients in Austin, Texas. Whether you need a standard eye exam with an Optometrist or treatment for an eye infection or removal of superficial foreign material by an eye specialist or 'red eye doctor,' our Austin optometrists provide attentive, comprehensive care. An eye exam here includes a careful evaluation of your prescription needs as well as the overall health of your eyes. Many of our patients report that the exam they receive here is the best they've ever experienced.
We can help make your eye exam more comfortable than you have come to expect from an Optometrist. Our Optomap Retinal Exam uses a digital photo of the back of the eye, often eliminating the need for eye drops and reducing discomfort. The images are saved to keep for future reference. We invite you to come to Parmer Eye Care to experience your best exam ever!
Austin Optometrist | Parmer Eye Care | (512) 339-2020
9900 W Parmer Ln, #210
Austin, TX 78717
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