Eye Masters in Tyler, Texas with Reviews - YP.com
  • 1.EyeMasters

    701 W Southwest Loop 323

    Tyler,TX

    3.32 mi

  • 2.Master Eye Associates

    3500 Mccann Rd Ste F1

    Longview,TX

    33.51 mi

    BBB Rating: A+

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11/23/2013
By: becca2012
Heavenly Vision Eye Care
Charline is a good optometrist, very professional and nice. BUT her receptionist a total b****. Wether over the phone or in person, she acts like she's above you and looks at you like you're filth. Like hello?! You're JUST a receptionist. No degree needed for that, stop acting like you have a nose bleed. Other than the receptionist, very good place to go if you need an eye exam the same day, they welcome walk-ins.
04/24/2017
By: Sharon S.
Eyeglass World
Our experience with Andrew at this store was superb. His knowledge of how glasses should fit is amazing. He could tell from the way we looked at things how our glasses should be adjusted. Best I"ve ever seen. If you go to this store, be sure to see Andrew.
08/16/2013
By: Tina Y.
Eyeglass World
the employees are very nice..they took time to help me find the glasses I fell in love with..if the employees are bad or has problems I don't see where..I was very happy and they were very nice and took care of me..Kristina yates
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11/15/2016
By: Grace H.
Heavenly Vision Eye Care
I have had my eyes checked here for the past few years. Doctor Camero is wonderful, this year they had all new staff members who were very pleasant.
07/10/2012
By: bugs
Family Eye Care
Great doctor! We've been following him since he was near eyemasters. Don't be turned off because of the Walmart location.
Tips & Advices
A regular eye exam focuses on the general health of your eyes, while a contact lens exam is focused specifically on how your eyes react to contact lenses. A contact lens exam tests how well you see while wearing contacts. Your eyes are also evaluated to make sure your tear ducts produce enough tears to allow you to comfortably wear contact lenses.
The cost of contact lenses depends on the type of lens being purchased and the vision problem that is being corrected. For nearsightedness, you'll be able to purchase a box of six lenses for roughly $25. Each lens needs to be replaced after a couple of weeks, which will require you to purchase 10 boxes of lenses each year, for a total of $250 per year. Contact lenses that treat other conditions like astigmatism and presbyopia are more expensive, and can cost $500-$700 a year.
Some people may experience certain side effects when wearing contact lenses. Dry eyes may result, and some people may experience eye or eyelid inflammation. Some contact lens wearers may also develop allergic reactions to the liquid contact lens solution that is used to clean and disinfect the lens.
The cost of an eye exam can range $50-$250 or more. The cost will depend on the tests that are included, and whether the exam involves a contact lens fitting. The cost of the test will also hinge on whether the exam is performed by an optometrist or ophthalmologist.
An eye exam typically takes 20-30 minutes. If additional tests are required, the process could take longer. Eye exams test your sight, but they are also used to make sure your eyes are in good health. During the test, your eye care professional will ask if you've been experiencing any problems with your vision. Your eyes will be examined using a device known as an ophthalmoscope, and the movement of coordination of your eyes will be checked.

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