If you or your child has had an eye exam and were told that your vision was 20/20 and your eyes were healthy, but you or your child still has symptoms such as blurred vision, headaches, or eyestrain, you may have an underlying visual problem.
At Aspire Vision Training Center, we pride ourselves in thoroughly examining all visual skills in a developmental vision evaluation. Please see our Vision Therapy page for more information.
At Aspire Vision Care, we are passionate about children’s eye care! Dr. Guenthner, along with the
American Optometric Association, recommends all children have their first eye exam before the age of 1. To encourage parents to bring their infants in for their first eye exam, we will provide a one time no charge eye exam for all infants between ages 6 months to 12 months of age. For more information, call our office. If your child is over 12 months of age and has not had an eye exam, it is not too late! There are many eye conditions that can only be detected in a comprehensive eye exam, even if they have passed a vision screening.
We provide comprehensive eye exams for children and adults. We love seeing people of all ages! At Aspire Vision Care, we recommend all children have their first eye exam between the ages of 6 months to one year, then again at age 3, then before entering school, and finally every 1 to 2 years throughout childhood and young adulthood. These are just guidelines. After examining a patient, Dr. Guenthner may decide that a different exam schedule should be followed.
Regular eye exams are important for everybody, regardless of your age or your need for visual correction. During a comprehensive eye exam, Dr. Guenthner will not only check your need for glasses or contacts, but also evaluate your entire visual system and do a full ocular health examination. There are many underlying visual deficiencies that the patient may be unaware of and can only be detected in a comprehensive eye exam. Also, many ocular and systemic diseases are symptom free and are diagnosed for the first time during an eye exam. At Aspire Vision Care, we recommend eye exams every 1 to 2 years for all patients up to age 40. After age 40, we recommend annual eye exams.
At Aspire Vision Care, we provide contact lens services in addition to the comprehensive eye exam. We will gladly see previous contact lens wearers and encourage new contact lens wearers. The contact lens services for all contact lens patients include the initial evaluation, follow-up visits for 90 days, and all trial contact lens (not including rigid gas permeable lenses or other specialty lenses). If you have dropped out of contact lens wear or never started because of dry eyes, astigmatism, need for reading glasses, or a variety of other reason, you may be able to successfully wear contact lenses now. The technology in contact lenses continues to improve and can now allow for clear, comfortable contact lens wear for most people. If you are a veteran contact lens wearer or a rookie, you will find all of your contact lens needs met at Aspire Vision Care!
Dr. Guenthner practices to the fullest extent her license allows in the state of Texas. She holds a Therapeutic license and is an Optometric Glaucoma Specialist. During a comprehensive eye exam, a full ocular health evaluation will also be completed.
If you experience any eye or visual symptoms that you are concerned about, call our office immediately. We provide same day appointments for all eye emergencies. We also have 24 hour, 7 days a week care for eye emergencies. If you experience any of the following symptoms, call our office.
Stop by and visit our beautiful optical today! We have a variety of frames for the whole family, including frames for children and infants. Don’t spend another Texas summer without your own stylish sunglasses. Need a repair or adjustment to your glasses? Come in any time during business hours, no matter where you purchased your glasses. No appointment necessary for any optical needs.