Heights Eye Care Services

Heights Eye Care opened with the vision to provide the very best eye care for residents of The Heights and its surrounding areas. Our primary objective is to get your eyesight to be as clear as possible so you don’t miss out on any of the great moments in your life. From enjoying friends and family to experiencing all the great moments The Heights and Houston have to offer, we want you to see it all. Our optometry office in The Heights has the latest designer frames and the best eye care technology available to keep you looking good in every way. Heights Eye Care always makes sure you look fashionable while also keeping your eyes healthy. Here are some of the eye care procedures we provide:

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Keeping vision clear and precise is simply part of what Heights Eye Care ensures for every patient. Dr. Caroline Tran is highly experienced in working with clients of every age to make certain their vision is the best it can be. Comprehensive Eye exams are a pivotal part of keeping your eyes healthy. Some of the procedures we conduct during the eye exams are eye dilations, eye alignment checks, and manual refractions.


Fittings for Contact Lenses and Eye Glasses

Making sure you’re comfortable with your eyewear, whether that be contact lenses or glasses, is important. After conducting thorough eye examinations to determine a patient’s vision status, Dr. Caroline Tran is able to provide the best eye care options for the patient. At Heights Eye Care, we make certain that every part of the fitting is conducted in a timely manner so that the patient can have their contact lenses or their glasses and move on with the rest of their life. We make the entire fitting experience quick, painless, and accurate.

Glaucoma Screening

Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness in the US, but with proper care, it can be treated. Heights Eye Care takes this disease very seriously and encourages everyone in The Heights to make certain to undergo an eye examination. Glaucoma is one of the eye diseases our vision staff checks for during exams. This disease is caused by pressure to the optic nerve caused by fluid. The most common type of glaucoma is open-angle glaucoma. The only symptom of open-angle glaucoma is slow vision loss. The most rare, yet most serious form of glaucoma is angle-closure glaucoma, which has the following symptoms:

  • Sudden blurry vision
  • Severe eye pain
  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Seeing rainbow-colored or halos around lights

If you suffer from these symptoms, schedule your glaucoma screening appointment at Heights Eye Care immediately.


Macular Degeneration Screening

Macular degeneration is commonly called age-related macular degeneration (AMD) because it is one of the leading causes of blindness in people over the age of 50. Macular degeneration is caused by damage to the retina. There are two types of AMD: dry and wet. Wet is the more serious of the two. Scheduling regular eye exams can catch early signs of AMD in order to help treat it. People are at a higher risk of developing AMD due to the following:

  • Are overweight
  • Are over 50 years old
  • Are Caucasian
  • Diet consists of high saturated fats
  • Have a family history of AMD
  • Smoke cigarettes


Diabetic Retinopathy Screening

Diabetes is a very common cause of blindness and other vision issues, like blurriness, floaters, and difficulty perceiving colors. The eye disease caused by diabetes is called diabetic retinopathy. This happens when high blood sugar levels damage the blood vessels in the retina. If you suffer from diabetes, then you should schedule an appointment at Heights Eye Care to undergo a diabetic retinopathy screening. Catching these issues early could save your vision.


Schedule Your Eye Examination Today

If your vision isn’t clear, then contact Heights Eye Care today and schedule your eye examination. We have all the eye care necessary to get your vision back to where it needs to be. Dr. Caroline Tran and our optometry staff will conduct the proper screenings to make certain your vision health is in great shape and make sure whatever eyewear you choose, whether contacts or glasses, is perfect for you.