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At Island Family Eyecare, we specialize in comprehensive eye care tailored to each individual patient. Our team of eye care professionals have a variety of specialties, including contact lenses, pediatric vision care, ocular diseases, and more. We use advanced technology and the latest techniques to ensure that our patients receive the best care possible.

Our goal is to help our patients see better so that they can live better. We strive to provide excellent service and look forward to helping you with all your eye care needs.



Eye care is more than just getting glasses or contact lenses, although that is very important! Eye care is also about screening for eye diseases, checking the health of the retina, the cornea, the whole eye, to make sure you will have the best vision possible for your whole life. Seeing better helps you live better, and to see well, you need healthy eyes! 

At every eye exam, we screen for glaucoma, cataracts, dry eye syndrome, macular degeneration, and a myriad of other eye diseases that can cause long-term problems with vision and comfort. After a thorough evaluation, we can tailor a prescription for glasses and/or contact lenses that will best suit your needs.



Proper eye care for children is essential for them to be successful in school and in life. Vision or eye alignment issues can hinder learning and is sometimes linked to behavioral issues in children. According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), children should have their eyes examined by an eye doctor at 6 months, 3 years, at the start of school, and then at least every 2 years following. Vision screenings at school or at the pediatrician's office (while helpful) can miss up to 75% of children with vision problems. At Island Family Eyecare, we want to ensure that your children receive the best comprehensive care and treatment.



For our diabetic patients, we offer comprehensive eye exams to screen for any of the negative effects that can come from long-term or poorly managed diabetes. A dilated eye exam is an important part of diabetes care and management. We offer this service without any additional charge to your regular eye exam.



Glaucoma is a complicated eye disease that requires careful examination and treatment to avoid progression. Dr. Jensen is a licensed optometric glaucoma specialist in the state of Texas and has had extensive training on diagnosing and managing glaucoma. With state-of-the-art technology, Island Family Eyecare can manage your glaucoma with ease.



In today's world, we are constantly looking at devices, whether it be your cellphone, tablet, computer, or laptop (sometimes all of the above!).  As great as technology is, it can come with negative consequences for your eyes, such as:

  • Eye strain/fatigue

  • Accommodative issues (difficulty focusing your eyes)

  • Dry eyes

  • Redness

  • Watery eyes

  • Double vision

and more. At Island Family Eyecare, we want everyone to be able to use technology without compromising vision or eye comfort. We have a wide variety of options to treat these symptoms and help you work (and play) with ease.



With our ever increasing use of technology, dry eye syndrome is becoming more and more commonplace, even in children. Symptoms of dry eye can include:

  • Itching

  • Watering

  • Burning

  • Redness

  • Gritty or sandy sensation in your eyes

​If you experience any of these symptoms, you may have dry eye syndrome (DES). Sometimes DES can be managed with over-the-counter eye drops, but for some patients it requires more in-depth treatment.


At Island Family Eyecare we will evaluate your eyes and create a treatment plan that is tailored to you and the specific type of dry eye that you have.

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