Why Choose Us

Why Choose Us?

Seabert Eye Care provides the highest quality, compassionate eye care to ensure your family enjoy a long, happy, and healthy life.

About Us

Your vision is probably your most precious sense, so why would you leave its care in the hands of anyone other than a professional. Here at Seabert Eye Care, we are completely committed to the health and wellbeing of your eyes as well as your vision. So, why choose us?


State of the Art Diagnostic Equipment

As part of our move to our new, state of the art facility in Burleson, TX, we have invested in some of the most cutting-edge technology available in order to provide truly exceptional eye care services. This includes new diagnostic equipment that enables us to obtain a comprehensive understanding of every patient’s unique ocular health and visual needs so that we can tailor our services to meet your individual requirements.


Some of the diagnostic equipment that our patients can now benefit from include the following:

Reichert Phoroptor VRx digital refraction lanes:

This digital refraction system is used to determine the level of refractive error that a patient has and enables us to decipher which prescription is needed to correct their vision. This particular version offers an outstanding patient experience, with its sleek, thin profile and ergonomic design combined with pre-programmed tests that make the process more comfortable while still retaining all of the functions of a manual phoropter and much more.

Optomap Daytona ultra-wide-field retinal imaging:

This piece of equipment is used to allow us to see ultra-high-resolution images of the retina at the back of the eyes. Retinal imaging is a crucial aspect of any eye exam since some of the first signs of disease, including stroke, diabetes and even some types of cancer, first, become evident in the retina of the eye. It can also be used to catch and manage the early onset of many eye conditions.

Vision Vx120 Multi-diagnostic device:

This remarkable unit combines the functions of several other pieces of equipment including an autorefractor, a keratometer, a corneal topographer, a wavefront aberrometer, a pachymeter, and a non-contact tonometer. As you might guess, this device enables us to make a truly comprehensive assessment of the health and condition of your eyes!

Diopsky Neuro Optic Vision Assessment System

This piece of equipment provides a painless, non-invasive vision that measures the function of the entire visual pathway from the eyes to the visual center of the brain and can be used to diagnose and monitor the treatment of conditions including amblyopia, glaucoma and optic nerve diseases including Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

Topcon Optical Coherence Retinal Tomography:

This sophisticated unit combines standard high-resolution cross-sectional imaging of the retina with a color fundus camera to record color images of the condition of the interior surface of the eyes. This enables us to document the presence of disorders and monitor their change over time.

Zeiss Visual Field Analyzer:

Part of any comprehensive eye exam is to check how wide your field of vision is. If it has started to deteriorate, you could be experiencing subtle damage to your vision that could be indicative of glaucoma. This piece of equipment is the gold standard for quality and precision for detecting and managing glaucoma.

iCare "no puff" eye pressure testing device:

Also primarily used for glaucoma testing, this non-invasive piece of diagnostic equipment measures the amount of pressure inside your eyes to determine your risk for glaucoma. It does this without the puff of air that is standard with these types of test and that many patients find uncomfortable or disturbing.

QuantifEye macular pigment optical density device:

This instrument is used to assess patient risk factor for a common condition known as age-related macular degeneration, or AMD which is when the eyesight begins to deteriorate with age. AMD is the leading cause of severe vision loss in adults over the age of 55 and the effects are irreversible. However, by spotting it early, there are steps that can be taken to prevent it and slow the deterioration of your vision.


Optical Showroom

Choosing the right eyeglasses can be a daunting experience if you aren’t given a great selection and the support of friendly, knowledgeable and patient customer advisors. If you aren’t used to wearing glasses, finding a style of frame can be a little overwhelming and it can take some time to determine which best complements your features and enhances your appearance.


Not only does our new and improved optical showroom now have an even larger selection of high-quality eyeglass frames than before, but our experienced customer advisors understand the importance of selecting the right glasses and will help you every step of the way. This includes everything from frame selection to determining which type of lenses and lens coatings will be best for your individual circumstances. This will ensure that you leave our new, state of the art facility with clear vision and supreme confidence in your appearance.


If you would like more information on any of the services that we can offer, or if you would like to schedule an appointment at our new facility in Burleson, TX, please contact us today by calling (817) 857-8700.