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R G V Family Eye Care

R G V Family Eye Care

(956) 992-9100

Category: Optical Stores

5801 N 10th St
McAllen,TX 78504

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R G V Family Eye Care Hours

5801 N 10th St McAllen,TX 78504

Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun
From 8:30 am 8:30 am 8:30 am 8:30 am 8:30 am
To 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm
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  • About R G V Family Eye Care

General Info

Dr. Landon L. Liska, O.D.,specializes in your vision, while focusing on your needs. Come "SEE" what you have been missing.



Products/Services

OptometristTherapeutic OptometristOptometric Glaucoma SpecialistSpecializing in Pediatric Eye Care Detection & Prevention of Eye DiseasesPost LASIK Complication SlecialistSpecialized CL fit, ages 40 & up Glaucoma, Cataract & Diabetes ExamsVision Related Learning Problems(ADHDDyslexiaColor Blindness)Pediatric & Adult Eye Care Our optical goods store, Match Maker Optical, has all styles & brands of designer frames. We also carry prescription sunglasses, contact lenses & sports goggles. Serving children & adults Most Insurances AcceptedMedicareMedicaidPrivate Pay 100 Financing Available



Languages Spoken

English



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Fax: (956) 992-0410



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Match Maker Optical

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  • Reviews(3)

General Impression:

They told me on the phone that my medicare would cover it and when I got there they tried to charge me over 150.00 for an eye exam. I walked out ...

09/05/2014 BY Ida Montego

General Impression:

Beautiful optical, staff very helpful. Dr. Spends time and very informative.

04/15/2013 BY Lisa

General Impression:

Excellent doctor. Very informative. His staff was very friendly. I was very impressed.

11/27/2012 BY Michael

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  • Go to your doctor.They will tell you how much you will spend according to your vision problems. If you have an astigmatism, then they will cost you more.If you just wear regular contact lenses, then they will be much cheap.

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  • There are many types of pink eye. Some are contagious while some are not. The most common type of noninfectious conjunctivitis is allergic conjunctivitis which is caused by an allergic reaction. Irritant conjunctivitis is caused by the things that irritate the eyes. As to the infectious kind of pink eye, it is caused by some bacteria and viruses. If you think you got the pink eye, you should see the doctor immediately, because some of them can be highly contagious for as long as two weeks after signs and symptoms appear.

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