How to Prepare for an Eye Exam at Museum District Eye Center in Houston, Texas
Are you a first-time patient with Dr. Charles Garcia and the rest of the team at the Museum District Eye Center in Houston? Thank you for making us your Houston eye doctor! We’re here to help you keep your eyes healthy. Here are some tips so you’ll be well-prepared on your first visit with us.
What questions should I be asking myself before my visit with my ophthalmologist in Houston?
- Have I experienced blurry vision, light flashes, poor night vision, or double vision?
- Is it difficult for me to judge distances or tell the difference between reds and greens?
- Do I stay away from any activities because of my vision?
- Do I care for my glasses or contacts properly? Do I remove my contacts at night and rinse them thoroughly?
- Have I had any health issues, injuries, operations, or sicknesses lately?
- Do I have a family history of eye problems such as glaucoma or cataracts?
What should I bring to my eye exam with my ophthalmologist in Houston?
- Your current glasses, sunglasses, and contacts.
- A list of current medications (prescription and non-prescription).
- The name and address of your primary care doctor.
- Your vision insurance information.
- A list of the questions you want to ask your doctor.
What questions should I ask my Houston eye doctor?
- Have my eyes changed since my last visit?
- What options do I have to improve my vision?
- What should I be aware of regarding eye health and safety?
- Can I schedule my next exam today?
Can I get my glasses and contacts from my Houston eye doctor?
Yes! In addition to being your ophthalmologist in Houston, make us your optometrist in Houston. We have a highly qualified team of optometry professionals who can help you select the frames that fit your personality and personal style.
I haven’t made my appointment yet. How can I schedule one?
First, thank you for making us your Houston eye doctor. We are conveniently located at 4704 Montrose Boulevard and can be contacted by calling 713-333-0151.