RUIZ Austin OD

Optical Store in Killeen, TX
Optical Store in Killeen, TX Welcome to the Killeen Eyecare Center, the practice with a heart in the middle of Killeen, where our goal is to supply our patents with the best quality eye care utilizing modern optometric instrumentation and therapeutic treatments. I have dedicated myself to the diagnosis, treatment and management of eye diseases and have acquired the most sophisticated instrumentation available. As a complete spectrum practice, our services include but are not limited to: hard to fit specialty contact lenses, keratoconus, glaucoma, dry eye therapy, ocular allergies/infections.

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416 N Gray Str
Killeen, TX
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RUIZ Austin OD
read moreAt your Killeen Vision Source in Historic Downtown Killeen, Dr. Austin Ruiz provides your family with complete vision services to ensure the health of your eyes. The experienced optometrist offers customized eye care for every patient, including comprehensive annual eye exams to not only adjust eyeglass and contact lens prescriptions as needed, but to also identify and treat medical conditions that affect the eyes as well. Dr. Ruiz also provides diagnostic services and treatment of specialized eye conditions like dry eyes, eye infections, ocular allergies, diabetes and glaucoma.
Glaucoma Treatment in Killeen
read moreGlaucoma describes eye disorders that involve damage to the optic nerve, which sends visual signals from your eye to your brain. This loss of nerve tissue can result in loss of vision. Primary open-angle glaucoma is one of the most common disorders. It results from an increased pressure inside the eye, which can cause damage to the optic nerve. A damaged nerve can lead to vision loss or even blindness. This pressure can build slowly and be difficult to detect in everyday life. It may start by affecting only your peripheral vision.
Dry Eye Treatment in Killeen
read moreAs we age, we experience hormonal changes. These changes are known to cause or contribute to dry eyes. While this is true of both men and women, it seems that women over 50 are particularly more prone to developing dry eye symptoms. Pregnancy is also known to contribute to or exacerbate dry eye syndrome. Poor cleaning habits, not changing the contact often enough, and sleeping in contact lenses can all contribute to dry eyes. However, even for those who take proper care with their contacts, they can still be a contributing cause of dry eyes.
Our Team
read moreWe want you to feel as confident in our staff as we are. We hope to foster this with every phone call and every conversation that you have with our staff. We are dedicated to always treating you with respect while helping you in any way you need. If you have any questions about our staff, don't hesitate to contact us today at (254) 634-7805.
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