Texas State Optical Keller
TSO Keller: Caring Optometrists in Keller, TX
Our eye doctor, Dr. Patel, and the rest of our staff are methodical and meticulous in our approach to proper eye care. We take the time to truly understand our patients' needs and lifestyle so we can develop the most effective and suitable course of treatment; giving you the perfect prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses. Our concern for the your health includes following the treatment course of each individual to ensure that the prescribed treatment or eyewear is the most effective.
Even if your vision is sharp, it is important to have regular a eye exam with an optometrist. Whether it's for a routine eye examination, eyeglasses, contact lenses, treatment for an eye disease (such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, or diabetic retinopathy) or even eye surgery such as LASIK or cataract surgery, we pride ourselves in knowing that our patients come back over and over, and recommend us to their friends and families. With our iCare tonometer, NO Air-Puffs are ever used in our glaucoma testing! We specialize in eye exams for children; we love kids, and welcome family members of all ages.
Our optical department is recognized as having one of the best selections of popular frame brands a including Ray Ban, Oakley and Tori Burch. Richard, our optician, is very meticulous and widely sought after to provide his expert advice in selecting the perfect frame for each of our patients.
Ideally nestled in the most visited local shopping area, near Kroger Supermarket, we have easy to find parking and delicious donuts right next door.
From our office in Keller, Texas, we serve patients from the greater Fort Worth area including the communities of Roanoke, Denton, Haslet, and Southlake, TX. Please stop in and introduce yourself, meet Dr. Patel and check out all of our great eye glasses, sunglasses and contact lenses.
Great eye care is now just around the corner. Call us for an eye exam or Schedule an appointment right through our website. Your new appointment form can be completed online and transferred to us automatically in a safe and confidential manner. No need to fill out forms when you arrive.
Q&A with Dr. Bhavesh Patel
Dr. Bhavesh Patel Answers Your Eyecare Questions
Can I sleep with my contacts? How often should I be changing them?
I never recommend that patients sleep in their contacts. Sleeping in contacts posses risks such as corneal ulcers and infections that are very sight threatening and extremely painful. Patient's should always change out contact lenses as recommended by their Optometrist. Changing contacts infrequently again will result in infections and ulcers.