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Master Eye Associates

Master Eye Associates

409-727-5366

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

164 Central Mall
Port Arthur, TX 77642

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General Impression:

I LOVED my experience with Dr. Frankling and Dr. Ung! I don't quite know what Ms. Jennifer was talking about. But my whole experience was awesome! The staff was extra helpful with my insurance and was very clear what I had to pay. My mom didn't have insurance and she got contacts and understood the fitting fees and how everyone charges a fitting fee regardless of how long she has been wearing them (8 years to be exact). The doctors were very thorough with us. I had problem with dry eyes and they helped me out with different medications. The other doctors I have been too never helped me out like that. I would recommend Master Eye Associates to EVERYONE!

04/06/2013 BY Tiffany Young

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Apparently there was a misunderstanding and the staff member has been replaced. As a small business we always provide the highest level of customer service to all our patients.

04/04/2013 BY Master Eye Port Arthur

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About the Master Eye in central mall in Port Arthur Texas..DO NOT go there. first price shop if you are getting contact lens go somewhere else cause their price for the fitting fee in thru the roof expensive. I have been wearing contacts for a very long time and never had to pay a fitting fee over 40.00 at the most.. I was charged 150.00 for a fitting fee and that did not include the price for the eye exam.. you get my point they are ripping you off on the price.. then they will not let you go any place else to purchase your contacts.. what!!!!. and when you try to talk to them they don't have the time cause they are to busy.. don't call them more than once cause they get upset and get rude.. I would advise anyone don't go there.. there are to many other eye places that are way better than this...

06/21/2012 BY Jennifer Whatts

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  • Well, yes, it is possible to have eye pain because of stroke. When you suffer stroke on your head, it will just affect your eyes, and leading to some eye problems. And at that time, your eyes will feel painful. And of course, in some cases, when blood and other fluids collect in the space around the eye, a black eye can occur. So when you have stroke, it will lead to eye pain and black eye. And also, swelling and dark discoloration around your eyes can occur. At this moment, you can try using ice to reduce the swelling. Also, just protect your eyes by wearing eye patch. Anyway, just be careful about it.

  • Well, floaters are basically little blobs of protein that float through the hollow sphere which is filled with a thick, gel like fluid known as the vitreous humor. And according to some researches, fibromyalgia can cause eye floaters. And for the symptoms, people with fibromyalgia have trouble falling asleep and they feel tired and unrefreshed. And in that way, it will just affect eyes, leading to dry eyes, red eyes, even eye floaters, eye bags.

  • It may be that you are too fatigue and your eyes get too tired without adequate rest or sleep so that you see light spots in front of you when you close your eyes. If the condition is serious, which means that you cannot sleep well because of the light spots or the light spots cause headache and so on, you should go to the doctor's for an overall examination and correspondent treatment. Besides, you should pay attention to have adequate rest and sleep, and do not over your eyes. Regularly do some eye exercises such as massaging around your eyes for a few minutes to relieve the fatigue and nervous muscles.

  • I don't think the pinhole eyewear will do harm to you, but you may like to double check with your doctor to confirm.

  • Well, it seems that you have got some serious problems in relation to your eyes. So sorry to hear that anyway. So, generally speaking, eye ulcers are not contagious and wouldn't give rise to other infections around it. but it could be very terrible, because other parts are just connected to each other. So, based on your situation, I recommend that you take some timely and effective measures to tackle this problem without hesitation. Good luck.

  • Well, of course, you cannot take a surgery to correct it. First, you should know that strabismus is the medical terms for eye conditions commonly called eye turns, crossed eyes. For symptoms, eyestrain, blurry vision, double vision, and headaches can be possible. So you need to be careful about it, or it can be dangerous. In some cases, strabismus can correct by itself. And also, patches and corrective glasses can be used to treat it. But on the other hand, a surgery can be the most effective way to cure it. By the way, you should remember that strabismus is typically caused by injury to the eye orbit, sickness or stress. So just be careful about it.

  • A pair of computer glasses can help solve your problems. Besides, you can give up using computers or try to limit the hour that you spend on playing computer games or working in front of the computer screen. I think TV and computer screen do great harm to our eyes. But people are reluctant to admit that their vision was impaired by computers, TV or other kind of high-tech products. These equipments help a lot in our daily lives and ruin our health as well. But have you noticed that we have spent too much time on them every day? Some of us just use them to kill time. Why not do some outdoor activities? That can help improve our health.

  • The blue light is bad for the eyes. There are many bad effects on eyes from blue light, especially for the children. Light can harm the infant retina. The degree of damage depends on the wavelength of light, intensity and irradiation time, The length of the uv rays can damage the eyes. In fact, many people know that ultraviolet and infrared light are absorbed by the cornea and lens. Actually they do not come into contact with the retina. So it is not the baby's eyes in the number one killer in the visible light. There is a kind of high-energy visible light of blue which can go through the cornea and lens and contact to the retina, incalculable damage to the baby's eyes in which the camera flash light and bath bully will have blue light. Blu-ray will accelerate the cell oxidation of macular area. Excessive exposure can damage even if visual cells in the macular area long-term exposure to blue light which will increase the risk of macular degeneration by eyes in old age. It even may cause permanent damage to eyesight. Thus you'd better get away from the blue light and protect your eyes.

  • It could be caused by dry eyes. Your eyes, in order to fight the irritation of contacts, have increased tear flow. Overnight, some of the water in the tears evaporates, leaving a mucous-like film in the eyes. This may make your vision smeary or cloudy. When you blink, it smears the stuff around, temporarily improving the situation.

  • Some people are born with some kinds of vision problems if their parents have those vision problems too. But most of the vision problems are caused by bad habits and the wrong way of using our eyes. We know that nowadays more and more things can affect our eyesight, such as computer screen, TV and so on. We often spend long hours in front them every day. This will badly affect our eyesight and cause vision problems.