It’s Time to Put Texans’ Eye Care First!

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Focus Texas is a group of concerned citizens, patients, and doctors who are dedicated to the sole purpose of putting the eye care of Texans first.

Every patient in Texas should have access to high-quality eye care in their local community. We exist to advocate at the state capitol for better access to eye care, and to share information with Texans on how to care for their vision. Click below to donate and help us continue to fight for quality eye care for ALL Texans!



Caring for your eye health starts at birth and lasts a lifetime. It’s more important than ever to ensure you and your family are taking proper steps to protection your eye health and vision.


Choosing a qualified provider to care for your eyes is essential to identifying and addressing eye health and vision problems early.


Today, we have more options than ever to care for our eyes. When is it sufficient to choose telehealth over in-person eye care?

Many Texans struggle because they can’t afford to see a specialist or don’t have access to one nearby, but also can’t afford to suffer with worsening eye disease as they try to work, drive, and care for their families.

Megan Collins, OD

Texas needs to modernize its laws, so I can properly take care of my patients.

Cynthia Fleitman, OD

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As we age, our vision changes but that doesn't mean it has to affect our lifestyle. Check out this article for types on vision care for ages 60 and older and be sure to get a yearly comprehensive eye exam from your local Doctor of Optometry.

With the pandemic and increasing remote and virtual work, digital eye strain has increased over the past few years. Read up on computer glasses, blue light, and other safety tips to follow when using your computer regularly throughout the day.

Doctors of Optometry conduct the majority of comprehensive eye exams and are who you probably think of as your local "eye doctor." If you haven't made your annual exam appointment, call your local OD now!

Summer sports, dry air, and of course an increase in UV light means that you should take protective measures to keep your and your family's vision safe! Read for more tips and visit your local Doctor of Optometry if any issues persist!

While telehealth services have become more popular amid the pandemic, Doctors of Optometry still recommend in-person comprehensive eye exams and visits as the superior way to evaluate and treat any vision or eye health problems.

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