Dr. Tiffany Uelner graduated from the University of Houston College of Optometry in the top 10 of her class in May 2004. During her clinical rotations she received Clinical Letters of Excellence for pediatrics, contact lens, glaucoma, and family practice. She also received the Vision Service Plan Scholarship and the Seymour R. Marco Foundation Scholarship. Dr. Uelner graduated from the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 1997. She is experienced in the field of optometry and eyecare.

COMPREHENSIVE EYE EXAMS

While some eye diseases have obvious symptoms such as red eyes, light sensitivity, or flashing lights, many serious, vision-threatening problems have no warning signs. Glaucoma, for example, will present no symptoms until actual vision loss occurs. Proper eyecare and evaluations can help prevent vision loss. Comprehensive eye exams can also detect diabetes, hypertension, retinal holes or tears, and other important treatable medical conditions.

CATARACTS

Eye exams on older patients often reveal developing cataracts which is a natural part of aging. If Dr. Uelner finds cataracts when she performs an optical examination of the interior of your eyes, she will discuss in detail what the next steps are.

MACULAR DEGENERATION

Macular degeneration is one of the more serious vision conditions that afflict the optical health of many of our older population.