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Welcome to Grand Eye Care

At Grand Eye Care in Richmond, TX our optometrist can help with a variety of issues from eye emergencies, such as debris in the eye, to standard eye exams, to eyes that may have run into a few problems later in life, such as cataracts or glaucoma. Led by our Doctor of Optometry, Dr. Jennifer Bui, our small office offers an intimate approach to eye care that considers your history as well as your future plans, to help you choose the right eye care options for you. Here are a few of the services you can expect to find at Grand Eye Care.

At Grand Eye Care in Richmond, TX, we want everyone to get the care for their eyes that they deserve, and accept both vision insurance and financing options.

Eye and Vision Exams

Getting a regular eye exam may seem standard, but there are so many reasons to stay on top of these important exams. In addition to noting any changes in your vision, we also monitor health conditions such as diabetes and hypertension. We can pick up on the presence of glaucoma or cataracts, both of which bring drastic changes to your vision but can be treated if caught early. If you have less than perfect vision, we'll discuss your options and help you find the right solution for your lifestyle.


Contact Lens Exams

Contact lens exams take a few extra steps, and are a little more involved than a standard comprehensive exam, but are an important option that we offer at Grand Eye Care. Contact lens options have expanded over the years and address eye sensitivities such as dry eye and corneal abnormalities better than ever before. 


Options for Eyeglasses and Sunglasses

Finding the perfect eyeglasses and sunglasses means choosing the right frames and lenses for you. At Grand Eye Care, we offer a generous selection of styles and will help you find something that  looks great on you, based on your tastes as well as the shape of your face and your budget. With over 1,000 frames in stock, we have the perfect eyewear pairings for your eyestyle!


Provide Co-management for Eye Surgeries

Eye Surgeries, including LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratomileuses), PRK (photorefractive keratectomy) and CK (Conductive Keratoplasty) - a surgery to correct farsightedness have all become popular for those who no longer want to deal with contacts or eyeglasses on a daily basis. Our Doctor of Optometry uses her knowledge of these procedures, as well as your eyes to determine if any of these surgeries are the right fit for you. If they are, she'll help you take the right steps to prepare, and help make sure your eyes continue to be cared for properly after any procedure.

Schedule an Appointment Today!

At Grand Eye Care in Richmond, TX, we want everyone to get the care for their eyes that they deserve, and accept both vision insurance and financing options. To learn more, or to schedule an appointment, contact us at Grand Eye Care in Richmond, TX at (832) 224-2667.

 

  • Shama Adam

    Shama Adam is a team member with 5 years of optical experience. She loves working with children. She has also done a variety of volunteer work, such as assisting with home construction after Hurricane Harvey. She values quality time with family and friends. Shama is excited to be a part of the Grand Eye Care team and looks forward to providing the best quality of service to each of her patients.

  • Jennifer Bui, O.D.

    Dr. Jennifer Hien Bui is a Texas Optometry Board licensed Therapeutic Optometrist with an Optometric Glaucoma Specialist designation. She received her Bachelor of Science in Pre-Optometry at University of Houston before earning her Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Houston College of Optometry. #GoCoogs Dr. Bui completed externships at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, MS, Eye Excellence, a Houston ophthalmology practice specializing in anterior segment pathology, and Texas Department of Corrections in Richmond, TX. She has provided exceptional eyecare throughout the greater Houston area since 1994 and looks forward to delivering your family the unparalleled service which has become her hallmark. 

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  • Sarah Vo

    Sarah Vo is a team member with 5 years of both optometric and ophthalmic experience. Sarah completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Houston with a major in Kinesiology - Excercise Science and a minor in Nutrition. Currently on the path to become a physical therapist, Sarah has a deep-rooted passion for approaching everything with love and kindness in order to help people all around. In her free time, Sarah is a foodie who loves to venture out and try new places while also enjoying good company.

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