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Patient Services

Vision Source Deerbrook provides many convenient services and payment options for patients. Here’s a list of some of those services.

Please contact our office for more information about any of the services we provide. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Payment Options – We accept American Express, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, checks and cash. There are also gift certificates for purchase in our store. Ask about financing through Care Credit or follow this link to submit your application today!

We Embrace Diversity – For our patient’s convenience, we offer Eye Exams in Spanish. Nuestros doctores pueden hacer examenes en español.

Eyeglass Warranty Program – When you buy glasses, you invest in your eyes. Sometimes, that investment can break if you sleep in it, step on it, sit on it, or wrestle in it. For all those times and more, we offer a warranty program that you can purchase at the time of your order, to protect your investment from accidental breakage or damage. Please ask our associates for more details.

One Hour Glasses – We can make many glasses in about an hour for patients who wear single vision lenses. We are also approved by VSP to make single vision glasses in-house. This allows our patients to use their benefits with a VSP provider and still receive great turnaround time on their eyewear.

In-Office Medical Testing – We provide a range of medical tests in-office. Your eye doctor will determine which tests are needed during your thorough and complete eye examination. The testing can be done in a comfortable, familiar environment by capable staff, and reviewed in most cases the same day by your optometrist. We then partner with the top specialists in Houston if follow up care is. Here are just a few of the tests that we can do in our office:

  • OPTOMAP – in many cases this test can take the place of dilation. That means a faster eye exam, and no discomfort or sensitive eyes caused by the dilation drops.
  • VISUAL FIELDS – A test used to help diagnose glaucoma and loss of central or peripheral vision due to injury, or side effect of prescription medication. Small vision changes can be detected by having the patient look straight ahead and indicate when a moving object or light is seen out of the corner of the eye.
  • GDX and OCT- Eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy have virtually no symptoms until the diseases have progressed. Your optometrist may order the GDx (glaucoma diagnosis) or the OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography) to diagnose and follow the treatment of these diseases.