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At Elgin Vision Source we provide outstanding service to each and every one of our patients in the Elgin, TX area. For more than six years we have carried on a tradition of exemplary service in a warm atmosphere with a friendly, welcoming team, committed to excellence in providing for your eye care needs.
Our eye doctor near you, Dr. Clayton Rutkowski is experienced in diagnosing and treating any obstacle standing between you and your best vision and comfort. Along with Dr. Tony Jacob they are able to patiently explain to you the results of your eye exam and discuss your best options for treatment. Your Elgin eye doctor specializes in finding the cause for those who suffer from dry eye syndrome. Using the very latest technology such as Digital Retinal Imaging, Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT scan), your Elgin optometrist can diagnose early and and manage with greater precision, diseases like glaucoma, macular degeneration and cataracts. They are also knowledgeable in many ways that changes to your our diet and lifestyle affect your eyes with advice to improve your life and vision for the better!
We are happy to take the needed time to answer all of your questions, explain treatment options, and provide the highest quality treatments and products available.
We use the most up-to-date technology to ensure the best eye care possible. Learn about the different types of tests and equipment, like the OCT and OPTOS, you may experience on a visit to Elgin Vision Source.
Our medical optometrists specialize in understanding how the human eye really works, as well as diseases and conditions that affect your vision and the most advanced treatments available to keep your eyes happy and healthy.
If you are noticing a loss of near vision, then you probably have presbyopia. Do you want to enjoy the advantages of contacts, but want to ditch your reading glasses when reading or writing? Multifocal contact lenses may be exactly what you are looking for!
With polarized sunwear you simultaneously get the benefit of blocking UV rays and preventing dry eyes. Dry eyes are often more sensitive to sun light than normal eyes and it's therefore, advisable to protect them when you are outside, even on cloudy days.
Symptoms of an allergic reaction can be quite varied. Your eyes may be red and irritated, or they could be sensitive to light or have swollen eyelids. In severe cases, you may notice a sore or burning feeling in your eyes or suffer from excessive tearing or a runny nose.