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Alpha Eyecare Associates Family Optometrist in Houston

Our eye care professionals in Houston, Texas go beyond 20/20 to help our patients see clearly far into the future.

We stay up to date with the rapid progress of medicine and technology, so you benefit from precise diagnoses and optimal treatments for a variety of conditions, such as dry eye disease.

We ensure you feel heard and understood during every visit and leave feeling ready to take on your day with healthy eyes and clear vision.

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Patient Testimonials
All the employees at Alpha Eyecare are always very very and professional. I recommend Alpha Eyecare to anyone who needs vision care
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- Yolanda M.
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Scleral Contact Lenses

Scleral Lenses are designed and crafted with precise technology. This leads to a higher level of safety and comfort.

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Eye Exams

Routine eye exams are important regardless of your age. We will check your prescription and eye health during a full exam.

Meet Our Eye Doctor, Dr. A. Philip Aitsebaomo

The team at Alpha Eyecare Associates, headed by Dr. A. Philip Aitsebaomo has expertise in applying the most recent, proven, and medical treatments that offer exceptional outcomes in eye care.

Moreover, Dr. A. Philip Aitsebaomo offers eye care tips and advice to help you maintain healthy eyes for a lifetime.

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