4134 Williams Dr.
Georgetown TX 78628

Tel: (512) 551-5500
Fax: (512) 551-5509


Eye Doctor in Georgetown, TX

Texas Vision is dedicated to providing premier eye care for Georgetown, Texas. Located in Cedar Park, Dr. Branch and the talented staff of eye doctors offer some of the most technologically advanced options for cataracts and LASIK surgery. We’re also proud to provide monitoring and treatment for glaucoma and macular degeneration to Georgetown residents in a welcoming one-on-one environment. If you are ooking for an ophthalmologist near Georgetown, Texas, look no further than Texas Vision. Here, we treat patients like family and strive to create a warm, comforting environment for all our patients.

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Driving Directions

From I-35 North:

Take exit 262 – Williams Drive.  At the light, take Williams Drive westbound, across I-35.  Travel on Williams Drive 2.8miles to arrive at the Georgetown clinic on your left.

From I-35 South:

Take Exit 262 – Williams Drive.  Take a right at the light and head westbound on Williams Drive.  Drive 2.8 miles and arrive at the Georgetown clinic on your left.

From Sun City:

Travel South on Del Webb Blvd towards Williams Drive.  At Williams Drive, take a left and travel 2.5 miles to arrive at the Georgetown clinic on your right.

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When Should I see an Ophthalmologist?

If you are experiencing vision changes

Vision issues can indicate various conditions, ranging from severe eye diseases to just needing a prescription adjustment. Abrupt blurriness might indicate cataracts, macular degeneration, or retinal diseases, while new floaters could suggest retinal detachment. Symptoms may necessitate new eye drops or surgery. Only an ophthalmologist can provide a definitive diagnosis.

If you are experiencing excessive irritation

Dryness and redness are prevalent symptoms that may hint at underlying issues. If your eyes are red or dry, especially at night when over-the-counter eye drops fail to alleviate discomfort, consulting an ophthalmologist is advisable. In severe instances, prolonged dryness can lead to corneal scratching, potentially causing lasting vision impairment.

If you are experiencing pressure or pain

Persistent discomfort typically indicates potential issues with your eye health. Even seemingly minor symptoms like pressure in the eyes, often attributed to sinus pressure, could signify progressing glaucoma. If you’ve been enduring pain, headaches, or eye pressure, prompt consultation with an ophthalmologist is recommended.

If you have an infection, injury, or diabetes

Diabetics are adviced to get their eyes checked regularly to make sure their high blood sugar does not cause vision loss. Ophthalmologists are able to diagnose and treat a wide range of eye injuries and infections. If you are experiencing any non-emergency eye health concern, you should reach out to the ophthalmologists at Texas Vision.

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Georgetown Office
4134 Williams Dr.
Georgetown TX 78628

Tel: (512) 551-5500
Fax: (512) 551-5509
[email protected]

Office Hours
Mon – Tues: 8:00 – 3:30
Wed – Fri: 8:00 – 5:00
Sat – Sun: Closed

Cedar Park Office
1130 Cottonwood Creek Trl Ste D4
Cedar Park, TX 78613

Tel: (512) 551-5500
Fax: (512) 551-5509
[email protected]

Office Hours
Mon – Fri: 8:00 – 5:00
Sat – Sun: Closed

Temple Office
5258 South 31st St
Temple, TX 76502

Tel: (254) 314-8001
Fax: (254) 314-8021
[email protected]

Office Hours
Mon – Thurs: 8:00 – 5:00
Fri: 8:00 – 12:00
Sat – Sun: Closed

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