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  • The Early Signs of Glaucoma
    One of the most common eye conditions for older adults is glaucoma. It affects nearly three million adults across the country. Glaucoma is a severe eye disease that occurs due Read more
  • Contacts Lens vs Traditional Glasses
    Should You Wear Contact Lenses or Traditional Glasses? Whether you have been wearing glasses for years or you have recently been diagnosed with a vision issue, you may wonder if you Read more
  • Tips for Choosing the Right Glasses
    Buying glasses for the first time can be tricky. You want quality eyewear that looks good on you without paying an exorbitant price. At Crystal Vision Center in College Station, Read more
  • Benefits of Polarized Glasses
    Polarized glasses filter out raw light and allow for only vertical waves to pass through. This means they help eliminate or reduce glare. Reflected light waves are usually horizontal in Read more
  • Back To School Glasses
    Children should have their vision assessed before each new school year. From glasses that protect your child from blue light or UV rays from the sun to corrective lenses with Read more
  • Is It Dangerous to Open Your Eyes in Water?
    Many people wonder if it is safe or dangerous to open your eye underwater while enjoying their summer fun. We have the answer to that and a few more summer Read more
  • 7 Signs You Might Have Eye Cataracts
    Signs of Eye Cataracts Your eyes are essential and delicate organs in your body. Their delicate nature makes them prone to many eye conditions, including cataracts. Usually, your eyes have a Read more
  • Sports Eye Safety
    Sports Eye Safety When playing your favorite sport, protecting your body from injuries should be a top priority. Many athletes protect their legs and hands but forget to cover the most Read more
  • Sports Vision FAQs
    Sports Vision FAQs As a sports player, you understand the importance of good vision. Whether you play football, baseball, soccer, hockey, tennis, or compete in archery, sports vision training can help Read more
  • Importance of an Annual Eye Exam
    The Importance of an Annual Eye Exam People generally remember the importance of receiving a physical exam at least once a year. However, annual eye exams often get missed and patients Read more
  • Pediatric Eye Exam FAQs
    Pediatric Eye Exam FAQs Routine eye checkups are vital to your child’s eye health and vision. Your child’s vision will impact his education, sports play, overall health, and more. These FAQs Read more
  • What To Expect During a Contact Lens Fitting
    What To Expect During a Contact Lens Fitting So, you’ve finally decided to switch from glasses to contact lenses. To make the switch, you will need a contact lens fitting. Our Read more
  • Is LASIK Surgery Right For You?
    Is LASIK Surgery Right for You? Though eyeglasses and contacts are incredibly effective in correcting vision, they are not perfect. Requiring constant vision correction can be limiting in certain activities, and Read more
  • Top 5 Causes of Dry Eye
    The Top 5 Causes of Dry Eye Dry eye is a common occurrence and can happen for several reasons. Certain health conditions cause your eyes to dry out, leaving you feeling Read more
  • Myopia Control in Kids
    Myopia Control in Kids About half of the population has myopia, also known as nearsightedness. Myopia causes objects far away to appear blurry, either because the eye is longer than normal Read more
  • Signs Of Sight Loss
    See Our Doctor of Optometry in College Station Right Away If You Notice Any Signs of Vision Loss The ability to see is a wonderful gift. Having a good vision allows Read more

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Crystal Vision Center

Monday:

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Tuesday:

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6:00pm

Wednesday:

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6:00pm

Thursday:

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