TSO CAPITAL PLAZA EYE CARE & EYE DOCTORS
TSO Capital Plaza eye care center has been a leading provider of optometry services and vision care products in the North Austin community for over 50 years, and we want to help you achieve and maintain clear vision for many years to come. We provide North Austin eye care for both adults and children and when it comes to your vision, we are experts at getting you the best glasses and/or contacts lenses to fit your visual needs. Our state of the art equipment in addition to our sincere passion for treatment for eye disease is what sets us apart! Here at TSO Capital Plaza, Doctors Clark, Amin, and Weeden are all therapeutic optometrists and optometric glaucoma specialists ensuring that you’ll get the most comprehensive eye examination while in our care.
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North Austin Optical Store Near Me
Our advanced technology helps us diagnose, treat, and manage a variety of eye diseases including glaucoma, diabetes, macular degeneration, and so much more. We carry a wide array of frames and lens options in our dispensary for kids and adults alike. From affordable frames to high-end lines like Versace, Gucci, and Salvatore Ferragamo, we carry an endless selection of frames to fit any budget. Additionally, we carry the latest generation in anti-glare technology, transition lenses, and progressive lens options to make sure you are getting the best options available. The doctors here pride themselves in taking the necessary time with each patient to provide exceptional services in a comfortable, caring and professional setting. Give yourself the gift of clear vision and schedule an appointment today!
Q&A with Dr. Clark
Dr. Clark Answers Your Eyecare Questions
Can I wear my contact lenses while I sleep?
It's always better NOT to wear your contact lenses while sleeping. Complications and infections in contact lens wearers multiplies 3-5 fold when worn during sleeping/extended wear. Many of these infections and complications can be very painful, they require discontinued use of the contacts during treatment that may last up to a few months, and can even lead to permanent vision loss.