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Welcome to Advanced Vision Care – Your Local Eye Care Specialists in Mansfield, Desoto, & Fort Worth

Our eye doctors, Dr. Kevin Smith and Dr. Greg Frey provide quality eye care services and vision care products in DeSoto, Fort Worth and Mansfield, Texas; with our three convenient locations, we proudly serve the Dallas-Fort Worth area. We truly care about the health of your eyes and provide Comprehensive Vision Care to all family members. Our eye doctors are known for their patience and personalized detail-oriented approach in dealing with all patients.

We stock Designer Eye Frames & Sunglasses, Contact lenses, and we offer Eye exams to our patients of all ages, including families with children for their annual eye exam to seniors for Management of Ocular Diseases, as well as Emergency Eye Treatment. Your eyes are a window to the health of your entire body. Many diseases can be detected during an eye exam, and timely diagnosis and treatment can be crucial in protecting your vision, as well as your health.

Advanced Vision Care, accepts a number of Insurance plans to help cover the cost depending on your individual needs. Visit us at one of our vision centers today! Call (817) 539-6303 for Mansfield or (972) 200-5256 for DeSoto or (817) 374-4567 for Fort Worth.

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Learn about eye exams, what’s involved in a comprehensive exam, and special considerations for kids and contacts.

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Save up to $200 when you buy a yearly supply of Alcon: Dailies Aqua Comfort Plus and Dailies Total1 contact lenses!

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We carry a large variety of top designer frames for both eyeglasses and sunglasses. Come in today and try them on!

Our Patients Say it Best
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Dr. Kevin Smith

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Dr. Greg Fey

Dr. Smith's Letter to Patients

Quality Eye Care & Eyewear
The values that I have based my practice on were given to me by my mother. They are as follows: “You are going to need to do it right eventually. Do it right the first time.” And “Whatever you buy, buy quality”. These two philosophies have guided me for the last 24 years of patient care.

We look forward to serving you and your family members.

Dr. Kevin Smith

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Q&A with our Doctors | What is Computer Vision Syndrome

I work all day on my computer. How can I reduce the strain to my eyes?

Usually we recommend that the height of the monitor should be level with the tip of your nose. The screen should be 26 - 30 inches away from your eyes. You can prevent glare from the screen and the harmful effects of blue light by wearing anti- glare lenses and Blue light protection . In addition you should follow the 20-20-20 rule; For every 20 minutes of computer use, you should take a break for 20 seconds by looking at an object that is 20 feet away from you. If you feel that your eyes are suffering from computer use, please call to make an appointment so we can evaluate your condition.

Why do my eyes tear up when I am reading or spending time in front of a computer?

This may be due to a decreased rate of blinking as you concentrate on reading or working on the computer. When you blink less, less tears are pumped out of the tear drainage system, leading to a welling of the tears. Also, if you have an unstable tear film in conjunction with a decreased rate of blinking, this could lead to reflex tearing. Patients who experience this often have evaporative dry eye, which could be diagnosed with some additional testing.

Does reading my smart phone or tablet in the dark damage my eyes?

Reading from a tablet or smart phone in the dark is okay for your eyes, as long as this is not for a long period of time. There is good lighting from these devices, with good contrast. There is, however, blue light emitted from these devices. Blue light is a short wavelength light, with high energy that may cause damage to the structures of the eye if exposed for a long period of time. As well, studies have shown this blue light can disrupt melatonin production which is required for a healthy sleep cycle. Doctors of Optometry recommend limiting screen use during the last hour before bedtime.

Wondering if you have Computer Vision Syndrome?

Digital eye strain is an increasingly common condition as digital devices become more ingrained into our daily lives. Digital eye strain, eye fatigue and computer vision syndrome (CVS) are conditions that result from extended exposure to digital screens such as computers, smartphones, tablets and televisions.

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Visit Us | Our Locations

Advanced Vision Care – DeSoto

600 N. Hampton Rd.
DeSoto, TX 75115

Advanced Vision Care – Fort Worth

4919 S Hulen St
Fort Worth, TX 76132

Advanced Vision Care – Mansfield

2310 FM 157, Suite 101
Mansfield, TX 76063

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