The doctors and staff of the Cleburne Eye Clinic and Family Eye Clinic would like to give you a warm welcome to the practice. With two locations they are able to serve the eye care needs of Johnson, Ellis, and the surrounding counties. We offer state of the art testing facilities, and expansive eyewear collection, and the latest in contact lenses. Here you will find a personal atmosphere that will make you feel right at home.
The mission of both Cleburne Eye Clinic and Family Eye Clinic is to provide the highest quality vision and eye health care to our patients through comprehensive service to the public of North Central Texas within the scope of our economic, human and physicial resources.
A vast array of contact lens options are available. We are now able to provide correction for farsightedness, nearsightedness, and astigmatism. There are even options that work for bifocal wearers. Our Doctors and certified para-optometrics provide complete contact lens service; the fitting and evaluation of your contacts, a comprehensive lesson in handling and care, and follow-up visits to assure continued success with a comfortable, healthy fit.
Each of the optometrists at Cleburne Eye Clinic and Family Eye Clinic are trained to diagnose and manage disorders and diseases of the eye, as well as the ocular complications of many systemic illnesses. From the common eye problems such as cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration, to retinal conditions related to diabetes or hypertension, we can cover all of your eye-health needs.
Low Vision is an impairment of vision that cannot be adequately corrected by even the best possible spectacle or contact lens correction. If you are experiencing a loss of acuity or sharpness, light sensitivity, or distorted vision, you could be suffering from Low Vision. At both locations we offer a wide range of low vision devices to insure you utilize your remaining vision to its fullest potential.
We are happy to assist you with your insurance billing. We accept a wide range of vision plans which cover vision exams, glasses, and contacts. Many patients require more than a basic vision examination. Patients with certain conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, cataracts, glaucoma, dry eyes, or red eyes may need special examination or additional testing. This may not be covered by vision insurance, but is often covered by medical insurance plans. In order to offer the most comprehensive eye-health care we are providers on most major medical insurance plans.