Welcome to Eye Trends
Quality Eye Care By The Leading Optometrists
At Eye Trends we provide exceptional eye care, including routine eye exams, and advanced treatment and optometric care for your vision problems. Our eye care staff is committed to ensuring unhurried, thoughtful and personalized care from the minute you call us or walk in our doors. Whether you are looking for eye glasses, contact lenses or designer frames, you will find a full selection and comprehensive eye care services at Eye Trends.
As part of the Vision Trends affiliate family of eye glasses and contact lens retailers, Eye Trends brings you exceptional customer service, a fantastic selection of eyeglasses and contact lenses, kids’ eyeglasses and contacts to fit your needs and your lifestyle. All of our six convenient locations are equipped with on-site laboratories, so most single vision prescriptions can be ready in an hour or less. We also offer a variety of different types of lenses for your frames, from traditional single vision and bifocals to high definition progressives, and stock thousands of contact lenses so you don't have to wait to receive them.
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How can diabetes affect your vision?
Diabetes mellitus is one of the leading causes of irreversible blindness worldwide. Diabetes can affect your vision and eyes in many different ways. Fluctuating blood sugar levels causes the lens inside the eye to swell and shrink throughout the day. Patients may experience blurry vision that may come and go over the day as a result of changes in the blood sugar levels throughout the day. The most serious eye condition associated with diabetes involves the blood vessels that supply the retina. The earlier stage of diabetic retinopathy is called non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy. Elevated blood sugar levels damage the walls of small blood vessels in the retina, which lead to accumulation of fluid (edema), protein deposits (hard exudates) and blood (hemorrhages) inside the retina. Patients may experience central vision blur, visual distortion, and a blind spot. If detected at an early stage, treatment usually is not required. The more advanced stage of diabetic retinopathy is called proliferative diabetic retinopathy. The damaged blood vessels from elevated blood sugar lead to decreased blood flow and lower amounts of oxygen delivered to the retina. In response to the lack of oxygen, the body may form new blood vessels called retinal neovascularization. These blood vessels are harmful because they are extremely fatigue and unstable. If left untreated, retinal neovascularization can lead to bleeding and scar tissue formation inside the eye and result in permanent vision loss. Early detection is vital to prevent vision loss. Treatment for diabetic retinopathy includes Laser, Vitrectomy surgery, and intraocular injections. Dilated fundus examinations are recommended for all diabetic patients.
From our eye doctors' offices in The Woodlands, Spring, Conroe, Kingwood, Greenspoint, and Kirkwood, Eye Trends has been servicing the eye care needs of serves patients in the greater Houston, Texas area for many years. At Eye Trends we always have at least one eye doctor in the office, allowing all locations to offer eye exams and treatment of eye diseases and dry eyes on the spot. With this type of convenience, as well as a trained and knowledgeable staff to help you every step of the way, it’s no wonder Eye Trends is the top choice for so many looking for custom eyewear.
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