Native Texan Dr. Anisah Prueitt Shahidzadeh—or Dr. S—helps focus vision by correcting a wide range of ocular conditions, from red eye and glaucoma to diabetic eye disease and cataracts. In fact, it’s possible for Dr. S to help patients see in the same high-definition crispness of an LED television or crystal ball. The doctor is skilled in operating advanced vision-measuring equipment that can obtain individual eyeballs’ unique ocular “fingerprint.” High-resolution technology by iZon uses this information to custom-craft lenses that improve vision aspects such as depth, contrast, and color perception according to each patient’s specific needs.
Upon receiving their prescription, patients can then search the boutique’s shelves for designer frames by Gucci, Prada, and Coach. Staffers patrolling the floor can guide patients to the pair that perfectly suits their facial shape and personal style.
Though she spends most of her time staring deep into their corneas, Dr. Haideh Karimi understands that her patients are more than just a set of eyes. So while Dr. Karimi is checking oculi for aberrations, she's also taking into account her patients’ lifestyle and whether their eyes stare at computer screens under fluorescent lights all day or belong to mechanics who need the ability to focus closely through the tops of their lenses when working underneath a car or robot chef. Paying close attention to these kinds of details, Dr. Karimi fits a range of designer frames with carefully prescribed lenses to keep eyes functioning at their best. She also canvasses peepers for signs of disease, heading off symptoms of glaucoma and cataracts before they worsen.
From routine eye exams for the whole family to this season's Gucci frames -- Custom Eyes has everything for the eyes. Equipped with the latest technology and Dr. Kim's dedicated experience, customers' peepers are kept both healthy and chic.
Helmed by American Optometric Association member Dr. Diana Lee, Frisco Eyecare protects and beautifies eyes with comprehensive exams and a selection of high-fashion frames. During her thorough eye evaluations, she not only tests eyes to determine their necessary level of correction, but also evaluates their health through investigations including corneal evaluations and tear analysis. This thoroughness doesn't just catch early signs of vision-withering diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration; often, she can catch indications of larger illnesses including high blood pressure and diabetes before they've set off the alarms of other scans. After their exams, patients can perfect their focus with frames from brands such as Oakley, Gucci, and Nike, or discuss the benefits of corrective treatments including Lasik surgery.
While many eye doctors stop at finding their patients' prescriptions and doing surface-level exams, Dr. Kenneth Garza of Complete Family Eye Care believes in going farther. Using the latest eye exam technologies, he ensures each patient's ocular health without the hassles and annoyances of traditional eye appointments. With his dilation-free Optomap technology, Dr. Garza peers into the inner eye, examining the retina for early signs of eye problems or diabetes. His glaucoma screenings eschew irritating air puffs for more comfortable testing methods while still effectively pinpointing possible cases of the disease.
Once guests have their prescription in hand, they can browse the wooden shelves of Dr. Garza's cozy retail area, searching out their dream specs amid dozens of fashionable choices. A two-year warranty keeps glasses in working order in case of warping, breakage, or cases where your nose just up and runs away.
The four eye surgeons at Kleiman Evangelista Eye Center—Dr. David Kleiman, Dr. Anthony Evangelista, Dr. Aaron Amacher, and Dr. Farshid Ighani—specialize in surgeries that render blades unnecessary, replacing them with laser technology. Their Blade-Free HD IntraLASIK surgery, for example, corrects vision problems with beams from the IntraLase iFS and VISX Star S4 lasers; the process reshapes corneal tissue more effectively than glasses whose lenses have been replaced with Jell-O molds.
At Sight and Style, optometrist Dr. John M. Bevil draws from more than 20 years of experience to help his patients see better. He demonstrates this experience most tellingly through his comprehensive eye exams, during which he and his team "refuse to cut corners." While their advanced equipment scans the eye for cataracts and glaucoma, staffers are also looking for other issues, such as diabetes and high blood pressure. Dr. Bevil's wealth of knowledge also allows him to perform advanced procedures, such as laser vision correction.