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Welcome to Luxe Vision Care + Optical: Your Austin and Bee Cave, TX Eye Care Center

We're excited to welcome you to the official website for Luxe Vision Care + Optical. In addition to serving the primary eye and vision needs of Austin, Texas residents, as we've proudly done since 2005, we're now offering similar services (plus a fully-equipped optical studio) at our second location in Bee Cave, Texas. Whichever location you choose, you'll be happy that you chose our blend of expertise, skill, and experience. Browse this site to learn more about the many services we can offer, and the contact us to schedule a visit!

Meet Our Optometrist: Dr. Angela Salas Blanchard

Dr. Angela Salas Blanchard owns and operates both branches of Luxe Vision Care + Optical. A graduate of Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry, Dr. Blanchard gained invaluable practical experience through an internship in Florida and Georgia before moving to Texas and launching her career as an Austin optometrist. She concerns herself with every aspect of her patients' ocular health and wellness even she continues to grow and expand our ability to serve central Texas families. Whether you're having a routine eye exam or getting help for an eye disorder, you'll be happy to have Dr. Blanchard as your trusted eye and vision advisor.

A Lifetime of Primary Eye Care Services

Luxe Vision Care + Optical is firmly committed to offering a comprehensive range of primary eye care services for all ages. Our clinical services are available at both of our locations, while our optical services can be found at our Bee Cave clinic. Turn to us for:

  • Eye exams - Every member of your family can benefit from our preventative eye exams. We examine your ocular health, eye function, and visual acuity, diagnosing any problems that need prompt care.
  • Glasses/sunglasses - Our optical store can provide you with stylish designer glasses and sunglasses that suit your face perfectly while giving your eyes the correction and UV protection they need.
  • Contact lenses - We administer contact lens exams to determine exactly what kind of contacts will work best for you. Choose from a variety of lens options, from single-vision soft lenses to multifocal, scleral, and other hard to fit contacts.
  • Eye treatment - If you're having trouble with your eyes or vision, Luxe Vision Care + Optical can provide any necessary primary care. Treatment options include medications, lifestyle recommendations, corrective lenses and more.
  • Eye surgery co-management - We can support your LASIK or other eye surgery through pre-surgical and post-surgical care.

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Contact Our Luxe Vision Care + Optical Today!

Our optometrist is ready to meet you and help your family enjoy optimal eyesight. Call either of our locations to schedule that first appointment!

Dr. Angela Blanchard, O.D.
Austin Optometrist | Luxe Vision Care | (512) 358-8200

5601 Brodie Lane #530
Austin, TX 78745

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  • "Dr. Blanchard is a wonderful doctor - she’s thorough and works with you to find the right solution. She has helped make it possible for me to wear contacts instead of glasses and I love it! She’s also great with kids - my son loves her and his glasses."
    Elif S.
  • "Prompt friendly and efficient. Very knowledgeable and helpful with any questions that I had. Great experience and I look forward to continuing my eye care needs with this location."
    Sonny L.
  • "I have been a patient of Dr. Angela Blanchard for several years. Her professionalism and that of her staff is an experience I'd recommend highly!"
    Mike C.

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