Eye Care Services In New Braunfels, TX

We offer a wide variety of eye care services to the New Braunfels community. Contact us with any questions about our services.

​​​​​​​Comprehensive Eye Exam

At Local Eyes, we try to take the “routine” out of these annual eye exams.  Dr. Page prides himself on offering the best quality eye exam in New Braunfels, with thorough education and recommendations to every patient.  Rest assured, he utilizes a puff-free method to check eye pressures, and provides a dilation-free option to evaluate retinal health for those patients who wish to avoid pupil dilation.

​​​​​​​Contact Lenses

We provide Contact Lens Evaluations and training classes for soft contacts, as well as rigid gas permeable or “hard” contacts.  Dr. Page is a preferred provider for several top-tier contact lenses, including daily disposables, biweekly, and monthly modalities.

​​​​​​​Eye Disease Management

From Dry Eye Disease to Age-related Macular Degeneration, Dr. Page diagnoses, treats, and manages a range of eye diseases.  We are one of the few offices in Texas that carry the latest in retinal imaging technology.  The DRS Plus differs from other traditional retinal screening devices due to the incredibly high resolution retinal, macular, and optic nerve images it provides in true color.  The doctor can zoom in to view fine details of your retinal blood vessels and nerve fibers, which can help detect many diseases much earlier in the process.

​​​​​​​Eye Emergencies

Pink eye? Red eye? Painful eye? Itchy eye?  We’ve got you covered on all urgent eye ailments.  Eye doctors are better equipped to correctly diagnose and treat a variety of eye emergencies, when compared to urgent care physicians and personnel.  Unless it’s after business hours, always aim to seek care from an optometrist during such emergencies.

​​​​​​​Surgery Co-Management

Prior to opening his own practice, Dr. Page spent four years at a refractive surgical center in San Antonio.  He excels at pre- and post-operative care for procedures such as LASIK (Laser Assisted in situ Keratomileusis), PRK (Photorefractive Keratectomy), SMILE (Small Incision Lenticule Extraction), ICL (Implantable Collamer Lens), as well as Cataract surgery and retinal procedures.

​​​​​​​Pediatric Eye Exams

A detailed vision + eye health exam is of utmost importance among all students, K-12 and beyond! 1 in 4 kids have a vision condition that can impact their learning, behavior, personality, and self-esteem.  At Local Eyes Optometry, we strive to ensure your child is truly seeing the best they can see to succeed. As a bonus, we carry an adorable selection of kids’ frames to make them feel their cutest, and coolest.

​​​​​​​Medical Eye Exams

We want you to maintain your gift of sight, for as long as you live. Conditions like Diabetes, Hypertension, High Cholesterol, Thyroid Dysfunction, Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, or even Obstructive Sleep Apnea can impact your vision and eye health. At times, optometrists are the first in your healthcare team to see signs of such diseases, manifesting in various structures of the eye. Our goal is for you to be proactive and care for your eyes.  We are happy to schedule a medical eye exam for you, with a sole focus on your eye health.

​​​​​​​Ortho K

Are you tired of wearing prescription glasses or contact lenses, but are not quite ready for LASIK? Are you unable to wear contact lenses due to dry eyes or allergy sensitivities? If you answered yes to any of these questions, OrthoKeratology may be the solution for you.

​​​​​​​Computer Vision Syndrome

Also referred to as Digital Eye Strain, this condition results from prolonged use of a computer, tablet, cell phone, e-reader, and the like.  This is undoubtedly a modern diagnosis.  High visual demands of computers and screens make most of us susceptible to this condition, especially when uncorrected astigmatism and farsightedness are present.  Other contributing factors include glare from screens, poor posture, improper viewing distance, and poor lighting.  If you are experiencing persistent eye strain, headaches – especially towards the end of work day, dry eyes, or fluctuating vision, you may benefit from an optimized pair of computer lenses, made for your specific workspace and conditions.

​​​​​​​Myopia Management

Generally known as near-sightedness, myopia is a common vision condition in which objects up close appear clear, but objects far away appear blurry. With higher myopia, there is an increased risk of conditions like retinal detachment, myopic macular degeneration, and glaucoma. Our goal with Myopia Control is to reduce these risks for all children with myopia by minimizing progression of this condition. Dr. Page uses the following three methods that have the highest rate of success among all treatment options.


Scleral contact lenses get their name from the fact that, unlike regular contacts, they vault over the entire corneal surface and rest on the white part of the eye, which is called the sclera. This makes them larger than standard contacts, which in turn provides a variety of benefits. Their size makes them easier to handle and more stable when on the eye, which in turn provides the patient with sharper and more reliable vision. They are also less likely to become dislodged and come out.