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Eyecare for the City of Vidor, TX

The Vidor Optometrist – Orange Family Eye Care

2401 N. 16th St
Orange, TX 77630

Orange Family Eyecare for Vidor!

City of Vidor, TX Eye DoctorThe City of Vidor in Northwest Orange County is located near the picturesque Neches River. It has a history of commercial industry and a is proud of its competitive sports teams.

Less than 20 minutes from Vidor, TX Orange Family Eyecare warmly welcomes you to experience our excellent eye services from our top optometrists. We have many happy patients who benefit from our comprehensive eye exams, diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases and our helpful advice about eyewear.

Once you’re coming down out here, why not bring the whole family? Our eye doctors provide eye care for all patients, young and old. We are even part of the InfantSEE® program, which offers free eye exams for infants, in order to detect potential eye conditions for early intervention. Orange Family Eyecare uses advanced technology, like OPTOS Retinal Exams and corneal mapping. Ask our experts about Latisse near Vidor and Ortho-K contact lenses.

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Orange Family Eyecare near Vidor
2401 N. 16th St.
Orange TX 77630
Phone: 409-886-2292


To our dear patients:

We are happy to announce we have reopened and we are making special arrangements to be mindful of social distancing and your personal comfort. We are taking extra precautionary action for your protection and safety. We carefully sanitize all surfaces, including equipment, frames and supplies.

Additionally, when coming in for an examination, here are a few things that you can expect:

The office door will remain locked throughout office hours in order to control the patient flow and establish social distancing in the office. Patients are screened upon entering for high-risk history, symptoms and their temperatures taken.Patients (in addition to all staff) are required to wear a mask or face covering for the entirety of the visit.Patients are required to come inside alone (unless they are a minor in which case only one guardian may accompany them).

Patients may still order glasses or contacts for curbside pickup or have them shipped directly.

We thank you for your patience and look forward to serving you at our office again soon!