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Cleburne Office

(817) 641-2020

Glen Rose Location

(254) 898-8733

Welcome to Cataract & Eye Center

At Cataract & Eye Center, we're proud to provide high-quality eye care services in Cleburne, TX. If you're looking for a trusted optometrist, our eye doctor Dr. Steve G. Surratt, M.D, is here to help you feel your best, see clearly, and improve your quality of life. Our optometry services assist with cataracts, glaucoma, and so much more.

Why Our Optometry Practice Is Unique

Our practice differs because we focus on providing comprehensive eye care services tailored to each patient's needs. With state-of-the-art technology and a commitment to excellent patient service, we strive to provide the best care for every family. In addition, we take the time to listen to any concerns, answer questions, and explain all aspects of treatment.

Our eye doctors are interested in each patient's vision health and have years of experience providing quality optical services. Our dedicated professionals are here to ensure you receive the highest personalized care. From contact lens fittings to laser eye surgery consultations, our optometry services are designed to meet your individual needs and goals.

Services We Offer

At Cataract & Eye Center, we provide several services to meet the needs of all our patients:

  • Comprehensive Eye Exams
  • Contact Lens Fittings and Evaluation
  • Glaucoma Testing and Management
  • Cataract Treatment and Surgery
  • Laser Vision Correction (LASIK) Consultation

Our team is committed to helping you improve your vision health. We strive to provide quality eye care services that are effective, safe, and comfortable. With our full range of optometry services, you can trust us to help you maintain a clear vision for life.

What to Expect at Your Appointment

At Cataract & Eye Center, we value quality service and strive to ensure each patient has a pleasant experience. We will provide an initial assessment of your condition and discuss the best treatment options for you. Before recommending any services, we want to understand your specific needs, concerns, and goals.

Our optometry team takes the time to listen to patients and answer all their questions. We ensure that you fully understand your treatment plan before beginning any services so that you can make an informed decision about your vision health.

Experience Better Vision Today

Call us today to learn more about our services or to schedule an appointment with our experienced optometrist, Dr. Steve G. Surratt, M.D. We look forward to helping you improve your vision health and achieve the best eye health! You can contact our offices at Cleburne (817) 641-2020 or Glen Rose (254) 898-8733.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule


8 - 5


8 - 5


8 - 5


8 - 5


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Meet the Ophthalmologist

  • Steve G. Surratt, M.D.

    Steve G. Surratt, M.D. earned a bachelor’s of science degree in biology from Stephen F. Austin State University in 1979 and his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical School at Houston in 1984. 

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