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Who is Memorial Eye?

With an unparalleled reputation spanning more than 22 years, Memorial Eye has long been recognized as a leader in providing Houstonians with full service, personalized eyecare and eyewear.

From comprehensive vision and eye health exams, to fitting the most technologically advanced contact lenses and the newest fashions in glasses and sunglasses, our Doctors and Optometric Professionals have the experience, knowledge, and technical expertise to deliver precise solutions customized to your individual eyecare needs.

We invite you to call or visit any of our four state-of-the-art eyecare centers and experience our unique brand of uncompromising eyecare. Exceptional Eyecare, Exclusive Eyewear. Welcome to Memorial Eye!

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Vision and Eye Health Exams

Whether you’re in need of a general vision and eye health exam, a new pair of glasses, contacts, or more advanced care for a specific eye condition, we take special pride in having a team of Doctors committed to ensuring you receive the best eyecare available. In addition to evaluating the health of your eyes and the quality of your vision, our Doctors will look for signs of chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, autoimmune conditions, and various systemic infections.

Regular eye exams are the best way to preserve good vision and detect many debilitating health conditions, so regardless of your age or physical health, make an eye exam at Memorial Eye an essential part of your health and wellness plan.

Our exam services include:

  • Comprehensive (Full Scope) Eye Health Exams
  • Prescriptions for EyeGlasses
  • Customized Prescriptions for Contact Lenses
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Eye Disease
  • Cornea and Retinal Evaluations
  • Sports and Specialty EyeWear Prescriptions
  • Lasik Surgery Consultations and Care
  • Pediatric Eye Health Exams
  • Treatment for Dry Eyes
  • Urgent Care

Contact Lens Services

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The Doctors at Memorial Eye are experts at prescribing contact lenses that provide optimum vision, comfort and reliability, while maintaining the health of your eyes.  And with the latest advances in lens technology, we can provide contact lenses for nearly every vision and lifestyle need. Each of our exams and fittings come with our Guaranteed Contact Lens Success Program and Prescription Accuracy Guarantee. So whether you’re nearsighted, farsighted, have astigmatism or wear multifocal lenses, Memorial Eye is the obvious choice for contact lenses.

We have a vast array of experience with all types of contact lenses, to include:

  • Soft Daily Wear
  • Soft Extended Wear
  • Disposable (Daily, Weekly, Monthly and Quarterly)
  • Lenses that Change or Enhance Eye Color
  • Soft Lenses for Astigmatism (Toric Lenses)
  • Bifocal and Multifocals
  • Monovison
  • Rigid Gas Permeable
  • Fashion Lenses including Wild Eyes
  • Custom Lenses for Special Needs

Exam Technology

A comprehensive vision and eye health exam at Memorial Eye includes many advanced diagnostic procedures. Here are some of the tests you may experience while in our offices:

OPTOS Optomap Retinal Exam
A fast and painless way to obtain a thorough evaluation of the retina, without the side effects of dilation. In addition to giving the doctor a detailed view of the retina, the Optomap exam provides an imaging record, which allows us to track the health of your retina from year to year.

Non-Contact Tonometry
Used to determine the internal pressure of your eye, and commonly referred to as the “air puff test”, this instrument measures your eye’s resistance to a small burst of air and uses that data to calculate your intraocular pressure. Elevated pressure, which is neither painful nor uncomfortable, can be indicative of glaucoma.

Frequency Doubling Technology Perimetry
A visual field examination is an important procedure in the diagnosis of glaucoma and various ocular and neurologic diseases. Frequency Doubling Technology Perimeters are used to detect defects in a person’s visual field, particularly defects due to damage caused by early glaucoma.

Corneal Topography Mapping
Corneal topography, also known as photokeratoscopy or videokeratography, is a non-invasive medical imaging technique for mapping the surface curvature of the cornea. Since the cornea is normally responsible for some 70% of the eye’s refractive power, its topography is very helpful in determining the quality of vision. The procedure takes just minutes and is completely painless.

Slit Lamp Examination
The slit lamp provides a highly magnified view of the structure of your eye, which allows for a thorough evaluation of the front and back of your eyes, including the cornea, conjunctiva, iris, lens, and retina.

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Visioffice Vision System
Cutting edge technology used to measure the location of the pupils, the natural tilt of the head, how the eyes move and other dynamic data, which allows us to fully customize eyeglass lenses and frames to a person’s unique visual behavior.

Autorefraction
Refraction technology that measures the way an image is focused on the retina, where vision processing takes place. This procedure gives the doctor a good tool in determining your prescription.

Retinoscopy
A method of determining focusing errors of the eye in which light is shined through the pupil and the reflected beam is measured. Based on the way the light reflects, the doctor can obtain a good approximation of your prescription.

Phoropter Refraction 
The primary test the doctor uses to obtain your exact prescription. The phoropter, which contains many different lens powers, is placed in front of you. Then by viewing a screen of letters, you and the doctor work together to find your clearest possible vision.

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