Mineola Eyecare uses the latest technology to provide high quality eye care for East Texans. We offer comprehensive healthy and wellness eye exams, contact lenses, glasses, co-managment for cataracts and LASIK, and diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases and injuries.
Areas of Practice
The optical of Mineola Eyecare offers a variety of styles, materials and brands. But what we don't offer is poor quality. We carry brands such as Ray Ban, Coach, Oakley, Eyes of Faith, Jean Reno, Salvador Ferragamo, English Laundry and many more.
As an optometric practice, we offer complete eye exams. This includes a refractive exam to yield glasses prescriptions as well the option of contact lens exams and fitting. We diagnose and treat many optometric and medial eye conditions. Also we handle most everyday complaints including minor injuries, foreign body and rust ring removal and allergies.
Patients can rest assured that at Mineola Eyecare we have the latest in new technologies to diagnose eye problems earlier and ensure better, longer lasting vision. We also co-manage with ophthalmologist for pre- and post-operation care including for LASIK and cataracts surgery.
How often should you get an exam?
Eye health is extremely important, and it is much easier to treat a problem when caught early. Regular eye exams are highly recommended.
What regular means depends on a number of factors including individual risk and age. Generally, you should take your child once between 6 months to 1 year to make sure he or she is developing normally. Bring your child back at three years old and again before entering first grade, then every two years after or as recommended. Continue having regular exams every two years until 60 years of age. After 60 years old, it is recommended to have annual eye exams because new problems start to emerge latter in life.
Annual exams are highly recommended for those with risk factors, such as wearing contact lenses. The most important thing is to follow your doctor's instructions and recommendations. Your eye health is paramount, and it is always better to come in and find nothing wrong than waiting until it's too late.
For more information including other risk factors, visit the American Optometric Association website.
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Digital Vision Syndrome (DVS) has become a large and growing issue in the digital age. Between computers, tablets, and smartphones, Americans average 7 hours of screen usage per day, with some people using them significantly more. As we work more and more on digital devices, things like headaches, eye strain, tired eyes and stiff shoulders are becoming an accepted part of our lives. We want you to know that experiencing these symptoms is NOT normal. If you suffer from any of the below symptoms, we can help. Call us today or visit the neurolens website to learn more about finding relief from:
Dry Eye Disease
Are your eyes burning, itchy, scratchy, light sensitive, tired, or teary?
If so, you may have dry eye disease (DED). It can be long-lasting and get worse over time. Many with DED don't report symptoms in early stages. Talk to Dr. Hawari at your next visit.
Lower your risk for Age-Related Macular Degeneration
AMD is a common eye condition and a leading cause of vision loss among people age 50 and older.
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Life-changing lenses for dyslexia
Do words and letters move around on a the page?
ChromaGen™ lenses are a life changing aid for patients with visual reading disorders associated with Dyslexia, as well as an optical corrective solution for color deficiency commonly known as Color Blindness. ChromaGen™ has FDA clearance and is patented.