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Mon, Wed, Thur: 8:30am - 5:30pm
Tuesday: 8:30am - 7:00pm
Friday: 8:30am - 3:00pm
Sat. - Sun: Closed

Recent Awards

 Thank you to Tarrant County for all the awards presented to our Vision Center at the NW Northwest Tarrant Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet!! It is a privilege to serve all of our Tarrant County area patients.
-Dr. Crabtree and staff



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Chili Cook Off 2019
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        You’ve likely experienced it at least once in your lifetime—suddenly your eyelid starts involuntarily twitching in spasms for no apparent reason. When this happens, it’s called myokymia. It’s a common phenomenon, but what causes it?

There is no single, definitive cause for myokymia, but it seems to be rooted in such circumstances as lack of sleep, too much caffeine, increased levels of stress, or prolonged eye strain. Most often, intermittent myokymia is harmless and will resolve on its own. But if spasms persist, you can try alternating hot and cold compresses to sooth the overactive nerve that’s responsible for the twitching.

Occasionally, myokymia can be a sign of dry eye, light sensitivity, pink eye, or be the side effect of certain medications.

If you experience myokymia that continues for more than a week, or your eyelids completely close when spasms occur, call your eye doctor for an examination. In rarer cases, myokymia could be the result of a more serious condition, such as inflamed eyelids (blepharitis) or a nerve disorder.

     Fall is the “other” eye allergy season for many folks. One of the primary causes for fall allergies is the common plant ragweed, which is found all over the country. Ragweed can produce tons of of pollen over one season, and is also widely distributed due to wind we have in north Texas. So what can you do to fight the havoc ragweed and other allergens wreak on your eyes? Here are a few suggestions:

• Eating right! Once again, proper nutrition can help you fight off symptoms of allergies. Think broccoli, kale, pumpkin, carrots, berries, celery…foods that are rich in carotenoids are great for battling your allergies.

• Make an appointment with us to see if a preventative medication is appropriate for your situation. This can often help before it becomes a problem.  A visit for eye allergies can usually be covered by your medical insurance copay and prevent a lot of misery during the fall months.

• Stay indoors when pollen is at its peak (often in the morning). Checking pollen counts in your area will help keep you informed.  ( is a great site)

• Consider temporarily switching to glasses if you’re a contact lens-wearer, at least for the allergy season. Or look into daily disposable contacts as an alternative during your worst stretches of symptoms—the more often you switch out contact lenses during allergy season, the better.


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Phone: 817-439-9455
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Tuesday: 8:30am - 7:00pm
Friday: 8:30am - 3:00pm
Sat. - Sun: Closed

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