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Dr. Nathan Garcia

Doctor of Optometry

My name is Nathan Garcia and I’m generally known around the office as Dr. Garcia. I truly enjoy providing eyecare to our community and operating a small business here in the Austin suburbs. The best part about being an optometrist is getting to know so many amazing people, both patients and coworkers. There are many places in the area to receive great eyecare, but I want to invite you to consider us not just for our skills but also our service. In my spare time, I enjoy the company of my wife and son, running trails around town, and the occasional weekend trip. If you have visited before, I want to say Thank You. If you have not, I hope to meet you soon!

Dr. Paul Nguyen

Doctor of Optometry

I was born and raised in Houston and eventually moved to Austin to study at the University of Texas at Austin. After getting my Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, I attended the University of Houston College of Optometry. During my training, I went to clinical rotations at the Albuquerque VA Hospital and various community clinics around the Houston and Dallas area in order to gain experience with primary care and ocular disease.

As a native Houstonian, now turned Austinite, I am a big fan of Houston professional sports teams. I enjoy traveling, hiking, and exploring all the things to do around the Austin area. I want to use my experience to give you the best service, eye care, and vision! I hope to see you in the office soon!

Dr. Scott Snowberger

Doctor of Optometry

I was in third grade living in a suburb of San Antonio when the school nurse sent home a note asking my mom to have my vision tested. A few days later I was in an optometrist chair having my very first eye exam. The doctor started by having me look through different lenses and asked what sounded like trick questions “is it better one or two, one or two?” Next he was shining a light to look around my eyes. Finally, we went to the front of the office to pick my first pair of glasses. The moment I walked out of that office with those glasses my life was changed forever. Trees that use to be green triangles suddenly had leaves and definition. The next day at school, I could see the chalkboard without having to squeeze my eyes together. These days, I’m the one asking the question “better one or two” and getting to help people improve how they view the world.  One of the best part of being an optometrist is sharing that same experience with you and your family. And to think it all started with that note from school.