Houston Dry Eye Clinic is an optometry practice owned by Therapeutic Optometrist, Dr. Allan Panzer. He takes pride in making sure that his patients receive personal attention in a timely manner and that his staff is always friendly, knowledgeable, and well trained.
His office also treats for minor eye infections, injuries, and specializes in treatment for Dry Eye Syndrome. Dr. Allan Panzer has been interviewed Houston’s Channel 2, 11, and 13. In addition to his features, his office has been awarded the Super Service Award in 2014 and completed its accreditation for a Dry Eye Center Tear Lab.
Despite Dr. Panzer’s occupied schedule he found time to speak with us about his practice and answer questions we had for him.
Q: What is the best thing about your career?
A: The best thing about my career is helping those with dry eye who have gotten no help elsewhere. I also enjoy working with patients who have suffered with eye conditions that require specialty contact lenses who cannot see well with any other device. I use scleral contacts that vault over the eye and create a new front surface.
Q: What is the biggest challenge to your business?
A: Finding quality employees.
Q: What is the greatest opportunity for your business?
A: Increasing sales of specialty products that are not available elsewhere.
Q: How has E-commerce changed your business?
A: I receive many leads via the Internet. I have established an enormous presence on the web by soliciting reviews from my patients. (I probably only receive one review per 100 who say they are going to do so.)
Q: What Chemistrie product is the most successful in your practice?
A: More commonly I use the sun lens.
Q: Where do you see the market for blue light glasses in 3 years?
A: I am sure the blue lenses will gain greater acceptance in the future.
For more information on Dr. Allan Panzer feel free to visit his website
Posted: Monday, October 19, 2015
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