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Eyes of Texas Vision Care: Keeping an Eye on Your Ocular Well Being
Serving Austin, TX and the Surrounding Areas

Call us at 512-454-5117 today.

We're glad you've turned your eyes toward the official website for Eyes of Texas Vision Care, your family's all-in-one primary eye care resource in Austin TX. Our optometrist in Austin, Dr. Fern Yee, and our experienced, caring staff welcome you. We are confident that once you've taken a good look at our advanced technologies, state-of-the-art products and wide range of services, you'll want to rely on us for everything from eye surgery co-management to that routine eye exam in Austin.

Meet Our Austin Eye Doctor: Dr. Fern Yee, O.D.

Ideally, your Austin eye doctor should serve your family, not just as a provider of corrective lenses or treatments, but also as a trusted advisor for all things related to your eyes and vision -- and that's exactly what you get when you rely on Dr. Fern Yee.  Dr. Yee has been practicing optometry for over two decades, yet even today her passion for her life's work drives her to discover and adopt the newest techniques and technologies for the benefit of her patients. Although she grew up in Saskatoon, Canada and studied optometry in Portland Oregon, she's proud to call herself an Austinite, with her commitment to the community manifesting itself in her concern for patients just like you.

Explore Our Many Services

Eyes of Texas Vision Care strives to keep up with the latest optical and optometric advances while maintaining a broad base of essential eye and vision services. From children's eye care to senior vision issues, our Austin optometrist can help every member of your family enjoy optimal eyesight for life. Come to us for:

Eye and vision exams - Our optometrist in Austin offers comprehensive eye exams to catch dangerous diseases and disorders before they can rob you of your eyesight. Sophisticated vision tests and contact lens exams help you receive the ideal eyewear for your needs.

Corrective lenses - Our eye doctor in Austin offers a wide range of eyeglass and contact lens options. Our eyeglasses come in multiple forms and styles, including frames from the world's most popular designers. Our contact lenses range from standard soft contacts to rigid gas permeable lenses, scleral contacts, Ortho-K lenses and other specialized options.

Eye disease and disorder treatment - If you're suffering from an eye disease or disorder, our eye doctor in Austin can prescribe the correct course of treatment, from glaucoma medications to computer vision remedies. We also offer vision therapy to treat eye function issues that interfere with normal vision.

Surgery co-management - If you need eye surgery, our Austin optometrist can refer you to a skilled surgical specialist and co-manage your care.

Take the Next Step: Schedule an Eye Exam in Austin

There's no better way to experience our passion, skill, and dedication that by scheduling an initial eye exam in Austin. Call 512-454-5117 to set up a visit to Eyes of Texas Vision Care! Schedule your appointment online is now available.

Dr. Fern Yee, O.D.
Austin Optometrist | Eyes of Texas Vision Care | 512-454-5117

8001 Burnet Rd
Austin, TX 78757

  • "FANTASTIC experience with Dr. Yee. She is my new eye doctor for certain. I'm very pleased to find a great eye doctor in my area. :-)"
    Jill O. - Austin, TX
  • Dr.
    Fern Yee

    Dr. Fern Yee completed her undergraduate degree from the University of Saskatchewan in her hometown of Saskatoon, Canada.  She then went on to graduate with the Doctor of Optometry degree from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon in 1993.  Upon graduation, she worked several years in Canada before moving to Austin.

    She enjoys all aspects of optometry and as your eye care professional, Dr. Fern Yee strives to keep you abreast of all the latest technologies and advancement in your eye health care and eyewear needs.  

    In her spare time, Dr. Fern Yee enjoys taking her dog to the local area dog park.  She enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and jogging.  She also enjoys cooking and learning about new cultures.  

    After 22 years of practice, Dr. Fern Yee remains passionate about optometry.  She hopes to be able to continue caring for your eye care needs for another 20 years.  She hopes to see you soon and become part of her optometric family.

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