Back to Full Service

Shah Eye Center is back to full operations including surgeries, eye exams and filling contacts and eyewear prescriptions. iOptical is also open in all locations. However, we have protocols in place to help keep you safe. Ten Protocols to Keep COVID-19 From Spreading We ask our patients to wear masks at all times during your visit for your protection as …

Life After Lasik

Life after Lasik… I… don’t really know where to start! So, I’ll just jump in the deep end. There are so many things I would love to say about LASIK and it still wouldn’t do justice to the wonderful experience it’s been. But I’ll keep things short and sweet for everyone. If you guys don’t already know, my vision was …

Shah Eye Center Health Fair

Celebrate 20 Years with Shah Eye Center!

Join Shah Eye Center for our FREE Health Fair & Anniversary Event to be held at our Mission location. Help us celebrate 20 wonderful years serving the Rio Grande Valley. This is a landmark year for Shah Eye Center, and we invite you to join . us to celebrate a very special day of activities, learning and fun! Over the past …

Are you a SPECASAURUS? And what does that mean?

SPEC • A • SAUR • US’ Spec-âu-sar-us Noun. 1. A person who wears glasses, which are considered to be a dinosaur’s method of eye correction. 2. Has not had LASIK at Shah Eye Center. 3. A person who still wears glasses and is a candidate for LASIK. Don’t be a Specasaurus Get LASIK from Shah Eye Center Here’s how it works: Call …

Understanding Glaucoma: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Options

Glaucoma is an umbrella term for a cluster of related conditions that cause damage to the optic nerve in the eye (the part that is responsible for transmitting images to the brain), with the damage getting worse over time. The damage is done by an ongoing buildup of pressure, which leads to the loss of retinal ganglion cells in a …