Advancing The Art of Eye Care In The Rio Grande Valley
Thurmond Eye Associates has a rich tradition of eye care excellence in the Valley. We also have a proud tradition of pioneering new vision correction technology. Like being the first practice to introduce LenSx laser cataract surgery to the Valley. We were also the first practice in the Valley to introduce Contoura Vision LASIK at our state-of-the-art laser center in Edinburg.
More Than 50 Years of Full Service Eye Care In The Valley
For the past 50 years, the doctors and staff of Thurmond Eye Associates have been providing full-service comprehensive eye care for men and women throughout the Valley. With 6 convenient locations and doctors who specialize in cataract removal and lens implantation, LASIK laser vision correction, diabetic eye care, glaucoma management, vision correction, contact lens dispensing, prescription glasses and full-service optical care, Thurmond Eye Associates is the clear choice for all of your eye care needs for you and your family. Please click on any of the links below to learn more about our comprehensive eye care services here at Thurmond Eye Associates.
Wavelight LASIK In Our Edinburg Laser Center
We recently opened one of Texas’ newest, most state-of-the-art eye care & laser centers. Our new laser center in Edinburg features the Wavelight Refractive Sute, an advanced method of LASIK that is becoming the procedure of choice for many LASIK surgeons worldwide. Our laser suite also features our new advanced Contoura Vision topography-guided LASIK procedure. See more on our Wavelight LASIK & Contoura Vision pages.
A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s lens. Over time, these clouds may grow larger and cover more of the lens, thus making it harder to see. [Learn More…]
AMD can cause the loss of sharp central vision in one or both eyes. [Learn More…]
Complete Diabetic eye care
Diabetic retinopathy, a complication of diabetes, is caused by changes in the blood vessels of the retina. [Learn More…]
Glaucoma Treatment and Surgery
Glaucoma is similar to ocular hypertension but with accompanying optic nerve damage and vision loss. [Learn More…]
Eyeglasses are the oldest and most common option. There are many options for eyeglasses with different frame styles available and many different lens materials. Your optician can help you decide which frame style is best for your face and can advise you on which type of lenses best suit your vision needs.
Contact lenses are a popular alternative to eyeglasses for those who prefer a frame-free appearance. Contact lenses have been improved over the years and can be a safe, convenient alternative to eyeglasses. After a contact lens exam, your optometrist can recommend the contact lens best suited for your eyes.