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Eye and Vision Services at Luxe Vision Care

When you're looking for eye care for your family, you don't just want a skilled optometrist; you also want access to the widest possible range of primary optometry services so you can always receive the eye care you and your loved ones need. Here at Luxe Vision Care, we recognize that need and fulfill it by providing a full "menu" of services and techniques from our Austin optometrist, Dr. Blanchard. These services and techniques include:

Eye Exams

Regular eye exams are the first (and most important) step toward healthy eyes and clear vision. Our comprehensive eye exams include eye function testing, vision testing, and a detailed evaluation of the interior and exterior of the eyes themselves. 

Eye and Vision Treatment

Did your eye exam uncover a problem that needs treatment? Have you been experiencing computer vision syndrome, dry eye, or some other upsetting issue? We can provide primary eye care treatment ranging from glaucoma medication and conjunctivitis care to dry eye and digital eye strain management.

Prescription Eyewear

Glasses can double as corrective eyewear and a compelling fashion statement -- especially when you get your glasses at Luxe vision Care. From single-vision glasses to multifocal, we'll be delighted to fit you with the perfect designer frames and lens options to suit your style, facial shape, and vision needs.

Sunglasses

UV rays can put your eyes at serious risk, so don't settle for just any generic sunglasses that might or might not provide adequate protection. We offer prescription and non-prescription sunglasses, in a variety of styles, that provide the total UV protection your eyes require.

Contact Lens Exams

Are you interested in contact lenses? Our contact lens exams are an essential preliminary step that can help us fit you with the perfect contacts, from single-use disposable lenses to extended-wear lenses or even specialized contacts for hard to fit conditions.

Contact Lenses (Including Premium Contacts)

Get your contact lenses right here at Luxe Vision Care. In addition to standard soft contacts, we offer a variety of hard to fit contacts such as rigid gas permeable lenses, toric lenses, scleral lenses, multifocal lenses, and moisture-retaining lenses for dry eye sufferers.

LASIK and Eye Surgery Co-Management Services

If you're planning on undergoing LASIK vision surgery or some other form of eye surgery, our clinic can help. Let us provide your pre-operative counseling and post-operative exams.

Schedule the Service You Need at Our Austin Optometry Center!

From eyewear to eye treatment, your family's optometry needs can be met at Luxe Vision Care + Optical. Call our Bee Cave location at 512-738-8830 or our Austin optometry center at (512) 358-8200 to schedule any services you may be looking for!

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Hours of Operation

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Luxe Vision Care

Monday:

10:00am

6:00pm

Tuesday:

10:00am

6:00pm

Wednesday:

10:00am

6:00pm

Thursday:

10:00am

6:00pm

Friday:

10:00am

6:00pm

Saturday:

10:00am

3:00pm

Sunday:

Closed

Hours may vary due to holidays

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Testimonial

  • "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. Austin, TX

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