Advanced Eye Care for Generations to come


5729 Esplanade Dr., Corpus Christi, TX 78414

Monday – Friday 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

Saturday and Sunday – CLOSED


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5729 Esplanade Dr.

Corpus Christi, TX 78414

Qualified Doctors

Where People Come First

Our first priority is to service all your eye care needs and to provide the most qualified recommendations.

Local Service

Highest Quality Care

We strive to provide the best services around the Coastal Bend and surrounding areas for you and your family.

We Are Here For You

Eye Service For You

Your family and friends will be in great hands with our dedicated staff helping with all your eye care needs.

Glaucoma Evaluation & Treatment

The only sure way to diagnose glaucoma is with a complete eye exam

Laser & Surgical Treatment

Laser surgeries have become important in the treatment of different eye problems and diseases.

Cataract Evaluation & Treatment

Clear cornea, no stitch, no patch, no shot cataract surgery using the latest multifocal lenses.

Comprehensive Vision Exams

Eye and vision exams can help you and your family enjoy optimal eyesight for life

Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Eye Institute of Corpus Christi

Services and Exams
Common Eye Diseases
Myths & Facts
  • Services, Exams & General Information

    What We Specialize In

    Glaucoma Evaluation & Treatment
    Laser & Surgical Treatment
    Cataract Evaluation & Treatment
    I-Stent Surgery for Glaucoma
    Comprehensive Vision Exams
    Diabetic Exams

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  • Common Eye Diseases

    The Eye Institute of Corpus Christi can help you.

    Diabetic Retinopathy
    Floaters & Flashes

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  • Myths & Facts About Eye Health

    There are many myths out there about what is good and bad for your eyes.

    Myth: Sitting too Close to the TV is Bad for Your Eyes

    Fact: Although parents have been saying this since television first found its way into our living rooms, there is no evidence that plunking down right in front of the tv damages your eyes. The American Academy of Ophthalmology says that kids can actually focus up close without eyestrain better than adults, so they often develop the habit of sitting right in front of the television or holding reading material close to their eyes. Although it will not harm their eyes, it may be an indication that they are indeed nearsighted. Only an exam with an eye care specialist can determine this for sure.

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Having your eyes examined periodically throughout your life and giving a family history of any eye disease is important.

An initial eye exam at six months old helps with early detection of vision problems that can contribute to developmental delays, educational setbacks and behavioral problems in children having difficulty seeing properly.

Healthy adults who do not notice anything wrong with their eyes should see an eye doctor according to this schedule:

Age 56 to 65: at least every 3 years

Over age 65: at least every 2 years

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Customer Reviews

Was sent to San Antonio first by my local Dr but best in SA backed up several months but one of the best Dr in SA suggested I try Doctor Ravi who he considered very good and top notch so we tried, we own a house on the island and live in Laredo so this was very convenient since we dont own a house in SA. Doctor was much much better than we expected. Dr Ravi is the best Doctor I have seen so dropped my Laredo doc and switched. I have glaucoma. I am very glad I was referred to Dr Krishan.

Laredo, TX

I was very pleased with my visit to the Eye Institute, the staff and Dr. Kridhnan were very good at explaining everything thing that they would be doing in their exam. From the technician to the receptionest one of the best Doctors visit I have had in a long time. You guys Rock!

Hilario Trevino
Corpus Christi, TX