Sooner or later, most of us will develop floaters. As their name implies, these wispy, string-like fibers “float” across your field of vision. Although they are usually harmless, in some cases ...View Article
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Dr. Linda Fain Hatton
Linda Fain Hatton was born in the Dallas area and did her undergraduate work at both SMU, and the University of Oklahoma. She earned a bachelors degree in Chemistry.
Dr. Hatton attended the University of Houston College of Optometry where she earned her Doctorate Degree in Optometry. She completed internships in pediatrics, glaucoma, and surgical co-management. Dr. Linda Fain Hatton is Texas Board Certified in the Treatment of Eye Disease as a Glaucoma Specialist. In addition, she is an Adjunct Professor to the University of Houston. Dr Fain Hatton has been in private practice since 1989, specializing in Computer Vision Syndrome, Pediatrics, and LASER Vison Management. She treats hard to fit contact lens conditions such as Keratoconus, and post Corneal Transplant Patients. Computer Vison Syndrome and Accommodative Vision Solutions are a primary part of the practice, as are the treatment of eye diseases and eye injuries. As the President of Optix Eyecare, Dr. Hatton organizes free eye exams for the homeless shelters in the Dallas area. Her goal is to provide the highest level of eyecare, utilizing state of the art technology and fine eyewear from around the world.
Honors/Memberships: American Optometric Association, Texas Optometric Association, Bausch & Lomb Science Medal Recipient, Past President Dallas Optometric Association, Texas Optometric Association Committee Member, Texas Optometric Association Committee Chair, State Certified in the Treatment of Glaucoma, Vision USA Volunteer, Sight for Students Provider, Board of Prevent Blindness, Medical Advisory Board for St. John’s Episcopal School Dallas, TX.
Dr. Catherine Hall
Dr. Hall grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas. She began her undergraduate studies at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. She completed her Doctor of Optometry degree at the University of Houston, College of Optometry in 1998, where she received 3 letters of clinical excellence. She does volunteer work with the Lion's Club, Prevent Blindness America and Sight for Students. She is a member of the American Optometric Association, Texas Optometric Association and North Texas Optometric Society. Dr. Hall also volunteers at her daughter's elementary and as a Girl Scout Troop Leader in her spare time.
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