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Frame Your Face: Which Frames Look Best?

Eye Health

Posted on May 2017

Is Office Lighting Affecting Your Vision?

Eye Health

Posted on April 2017

How Juvenile Arthritis Affects the Eyes

Eye Health

Posted on February 2017

5 Eye Symptoms That Can Signal a Health Problem

Eye Health

Posted on January 2017

4 Tips That Will Help You Protect Your Eyesight This Winter

Eye Health

Posted on December 2016

Keep Your Eyes Healthy with Vision-Friendly Foods This Holiday Season

Eye Health

Posted on November 2016

How Your Heritage Affects Your Vision Health

Eye Health

Posted on October 2016

How Smoking Damages the Eye

Eye Health

Posted on September 2016

How Does Hydration Affect My Eyes?

Eye Health

Posted on August 2016

Summer Sun Damage and Your Eyes

Eye Health

Posted on July 2016

Floaters: Why Do They Occur?

Eye Health

Posted on June 2016

How Does Aging Affect Your Eyes?

Eye Health

Posted on May 2016

What is Retinal Detachment?

Eye Health

Posted on April 2016

What to Know About Color Blindness

Eye Health

Posted on March 2016

What You Need to Know About Dry Eye

Eye Health

Posted on February 2016

All About Glaucoma

Eye Health

Posted on January 2016

Vision Charities to Help You Give Back This Holiday Season

Eye Health

Posted on December 2015

What to Expect During a Routine Eye Exam

Eye Health

Posted on November 2015

Diabetic Retinopathy: What Is It?

Eye Health

Posted on October 2015

5 Things You Can Do to Protect Your Eye Health

Eye Health

Posted on September 2015

Nutrition and Your Eyes

Eye Health

Posted on August 2015

Tips to Alleviate Dry Eyes

Eye Health

Posted on July 2015

Optometry Versus Ophthalmology: What’s the Difference?

Eye Health

Posted on June 2015

Do You Know How Your Eye Works?

Eye Health

Posted on May 2015

How Can You Prevent an Eye Infection?

Eye Health

Posted on April 2015

What's in a Frame?

Eye Health

Posted on March 2015

Are Specialty Contacts Dangerous?

Eye Health

Posted on February 2015

Ergonomic Tips to Reduce Eyestrain

Eye Health

Posted on January 2015

What Does Dilating My Eyes Do?

Eye Health

Posted on December 2014

Stop Rubbing Your Eyes

Eye Health

Posted on November 2014

What to Look for in Sunglasses

Eye Health

Posted on September 2014

3D Vision and Movies

Eye Health

Posted on August 2014

Why Is My Eyelid Twitching?

Eye Health

Posted on July 2014

Binocular Vision: Disorders and Treatment

Eye Health

Posted on June 2014

All About Swollen Eyelids

Eye Health

Posted on May 2014

Eyeball Licking: A Dangerous New Trend?

Eye Health

Posted on April 2014

How Did I Get a Stye?

Eye Health

Posted on March 2014

Improved Peripheral Vision in Athletes

Eye Health

Posted on February 2014

Considering Laser Vision Correction

Eye Health

Posted on January 2014

Managing Your Family's Eye Health

Eye Health

Posted on December 2013

Frames for Your Lifestyle

Eye Health

Posted on November 2013

Glaucoma Care: What You Need to Know

Eye Health

Posted on October 2013

Giving Your Eyes a Rest

Eye Health

Posted on September 2013

Getting Used to Contacts

Eye Health

Posted on August 2013

Will I Need Reading Glasses?

Eye Health

Posted on July 2013

Teaching Kids About Pink Eye

Eye Health

Posted on June 2013

The Science behind Perfect Eyesight

Eye Health

Posted on May 2013

Selecting the Right Glasses

Eye Health

Posted on April 2013

Preparing for Laser Eye Surgery

Eye Health

Posted on March 2013

What Contacts Will Work for Me?

Eye Health

Posted on January 2013

What Causes Dry Eye?

Eye Health

Posted on January 2013

Curbing Macular Degeneration

Eye Health

Posted on January 2013

Allergy Management and Your Eyes

Eye Health

Posted on January 2013

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Dr.PetkovaDr. Tihomira Petkova received her Doctor of Optometry and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from the University of Houston College of Optometry in 2012. She gained extensive experience in the diagnoses and treatment of ocular diseases during her externships and practice at the University Eye Institute, Good Neighbor Clinic and La Nueva Casa de Amigos Health Center and practicing at TSO. Dr. Petkova is certified by the National Board of Examiners in Optometry and the Texas state Optometry Board. As a therapeutic optometrist she is actively involved with the management of dry eyes, ocular infections and allergies. She is also an optometric glaucoma specialist who has gained most of her clinical experience in Houston while diagnosing and managing diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and age related macular degeneration. She also co- manages LASIK and Cataract surgery patients with local ophthalmologists.
As a scientist Dr. Petkova seeks to understand the molecular mechanisms involved in retinal development and optic nerve regeneration and has completed post-doctoral fellowships at Weill Cornell Medical College and Baylor Medical College. She has presented her work at multiple international research conferences and is a published author of research articles and a book chapter. For her contributions to vision research Dr. Petkova has received multiple rewards amongst which most notably are the American Optometric Foundation Ezel Fellowship and Fight for Sight Foundation Fellowship.
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Dr Wallace was an Optometry intern the United States Navy where he received a letter of Commendation for outstanding performance of duty from the Commanding Officer, Naval Medical Clinic. 


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