Adult & Senior Eye Exams in Central Texas

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Vision Care Starts With Eye Exams

Your eyes are ever-changing and evolving. Taking care of your eyes is an ongoing process, and consistency with eye exams is essential. Our experienced team at Central Texas Eye Center’s goal is to help you enjoy optimal long-term vision.

Remaining consistent with your eye exams can help care for your vision and allow your eye doctor to detect vision problems early, sometimes before they evolve into something more severe. 

Contact us today to book your comprehensive eye exam and learn more about the importance of regular vision check-ups.

Consistency Is Key

Regular eye exams can help our team get familiar with your vision and detect possible eye problems in their early stages. Routine check-ups with our optometrists can allow them to provide a personalized vision care plan for you.

Regular eye exams can also allow you to update your eyeglasses and contact lens prescriptions to keep your vision clear. Your vision is constantly changing, so staying on top of your prescription can prevent eye strain from outdated prescriptions.

As you age, your vision can change dramatically, making eye exams that much more essential.

What to Expect During Adult & Senior Eye Exams

At Central Texas Eye Center, we understand that putting off eye exams is a common occurrence with how busy daily life can get. Even if you don’t have immediate vision concerns, it’s always a good idea to remain consistent with your eye exams—especially with that Texas sun!

Eye conditions such as cataracts, glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration can develop without any notice

Your comprehensive eye exam with our doctors will consist of a series of tests to evaluate your vision and check for various eye diseases or vision issues. During the exam, our team will determine if you need glasses and your prescription.

For adults aged 18 to 60, it’s recommended to get a comprehensive eye exam at least once every 2 years to monitor and maintain healthy vision.

Adults at risk of more serious conditions will need more frequent eye exams—risk factors to consider can include:

Your eye exam frequency can depend on the condition of your eyes and how weak or strong your vision is. Our team will walk you through the next steps during your exam and determine your follow-up exam schedule with you.

Various vision issues can develop as you age, and the importance of routine check-ups rises. It’s recommended that people over the age of 60 should get a comprehensive eye exam at least once a year.

Your vision can change dramatically as you age, and meeting with your eye doctor more frequently can help detect any potentially serious vision issues.

The risk of eye disease increases with age, so regular eye exams are essential to maintaining healthy vision.

Healthy Long-Term Vision

Our goal at Central Texas Eye Center is to help our patients enjoy optimal long-term vision and provide vision care for the whole family. Our team provides high-quality care and strives to educate our patients on the importance of regular eye exams. 

Contact us today to book your comprehensive eye exam and learn more about the importance of frequent eye exams. 

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San Marcos

We’re right off Interstate Highway 35, not far from Chisos Street. If you have any difficulty finding us, please get in touch with our team.

  • 2430 IH 35 S. Suite 106
  • San Marcos, TX 78666

New Braunfels

Our office is located right at the intersection of North Walnut Avenue and Howard Street. Plenty of parking is available in our lot out front.

  • 1099 N. Walnut Ave.
  • New Braunfels, TX 78130


We enjoy our rural setting in Wimberley. Find us near the corner of Sabino Ranch Road and Ranch Road 12 in the Wimberley Mountain Plaza.

  • 14500 Ranch Rd. 12
  • Wimberley, TX 78676
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