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Eye & Vision, a Leading Eye Doctor Group in Richardson, Celebrate Milestone and Expand Scope of Specialized Eye Care
Date:7/25/2014

ucoma, dry eye and corneal disorders.

Doctor Agustin L. Gonzalez, clinic director of Eye & Vision had this to say about their services:

“The addition of this specialized vision testing allows us to better serve our patients and is a great compliment to the dry eye, retinal and corneal specialty services we have offered for many years. The development of this new specialty clinic is a testament to our commitment and ongoing effort to be the most comprehensive and trusted center for clinical excellence dedicated to vision and eye testing in North Texas."

Doctor Clarissa De Paz, clinic president added:

“Eye & Vision is a family-owned business with over 20 years of experience in providing optical, vision and medical eye care for the patients in the north Texas suburbs of Richardson, Garland, Plano, Allen and Murphy. As part of the celebration of 10 years in our location, we look forward to helping even more patients as our specialty services are expanded. The doctors at Eye and Vision have many loyal patients because we simply strive to provide the highest quality eye care services in an educational, caring and respectful environment. This helps us in providing excellent outcomes, our patients trust us and rely on our expertise for their most complicated eye problems.”

Doctor Agustin L. Gonzalez and Doctor Clarissa De Paz are licensed by the Texas Optometry Board, Dr. Gonzalez is Board Certified in Medical Optometry by the American Board Certification in Medical Optometry.

Over the last 20 years, Eye & Vision has become the most trusted and recognize office providing optical, vision and medical services in Richardson and surrounding suburbs in the North Texas area. Patients who are interested in obtaining appointments for specialty or routine service are invited to visit the office located at 3417 Spectrum Blvd, Richardson Texas 75082, call 972-423-3937 or visit the website to set up their consultatio
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