New Mexico's Eye Doctor
and Contact Lens Authority
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You rely on your vision every single day, which is why you will never regret choosing the top eye care in Albuquerque to keep your eyes healthy.
Eye Care for the Whole Family
Are you looking for the best eye care in Albuquerque?
Dr. Martinez offers comprehensive eye care for the whole family, including eye health exams, specialty vision care, affordable glasses and frames, contact lenses, and more. When you choose Eyes of New Mexico to meet your eye health needs, you will never wonder if you are receiving the best of the best care—it will be crystal clear.
What makes our clinic different?
We value our customers and put your vision care needs first. We strive to use the latest medical advancements in eye care, state of the art technology, and the most effective breakthroughs in the treatment of eye diseases. Our goal is to treat you like family in a comfortable, compassionate environment that makes you feel confident we are taking your vision, your concerns, and your care seriously.
What Our Amazing Patients Are Saying
How Does Our New Patient Process Work?
Step 1: Book a pre-exam consultation at a time that's convenient for you
Step 2: We take the time to understand
your eye issues
Step 3: Sophisticated, pain-free digital
retinal eye exams
HERE ARE SOME OF THE WAYS THAT EYES OF NEW MEXICO
CAN HELP YOU AND YOUR FAMILY WITH YOUR EYE CARE NEEDS
Primary Eye Care
Eyes of New Mexico offers comprehensive eye exams that exceed the standard of care for eye health. We’ll do the following:
- Check your vision
- Monitor retinal changes
- Examine the overall health of your eyes and surrounding tissue
- Talk to you about any concerns you might have.
During an eye exam, we can also detect conditions that affect not only your vision but your overall health. We can identify eye diseases such as:
- Dry eye
- Macular degeneration
We also screen for health issues that include diabetes, high blood pressure, autoimmune diseases, and cancer that can also be exposed with a comprehensive eye exam. Read More About Comprehensive Eye Exams...
We embrace new technology, especially when it helps our patients and improves their vision and quality of life. Myopia control using Ortho-K is one way we can do just that. For people who aren’t comfortable with daily contact lenses or glasses, Ortho-k is an alternative treatment that molds your eyes while you sleep so you can go without corrective lenses during the day. An alternative to Lasik and an ideal treatment for near-sightedness, we have the equipment, training, and experience to fit you for Ortho-K lenses and get you on the road to better vision. More...
Eye exams aren’t just for grown-ups. Kids need glasses, contacts, and comprehensive eye care too. This is especially true as their vision changes as they grow. Our Dr. Martinez did her residency in pediatrics and, as a mom herself, understands how important it is to get kids on the right track from early on so they can see clearly and excel in school, sports, and other activities, and just enjoy being a kid.
At Eyes of New Mexico, we know how debilitating it can be for kids to have issues with their vision. It can set them back emotionally, socially, and educationally. And we know how protective parents can be when it comes to their child’s health, and we take that seriously, which is why we want all of our pediatric patients, no matter how young, to feel comfortable and safe. More...
Contact lenses can be a life-changer for people who need vision correction but who can’t or don’t like to wear glasses. As technology and lens materials and manufacturing have improved in recent years, we can provide more and more people with this comfortable and convenient option. We offer a variety of contact lenses to fit your specific prescription, eye shape, and vision needs, and we won’t let you leave our office until you feel comfortable putting them in and taking them out. More...
Contact Lens Exams
Contact lenses are not one-size-fits-all. To ensure proper fit and prescription, we perform an exam specifically designed for our contact lens wearing patients. In addition to our comprehensive eye exams, we make sure your contacts fit right and that your eyes stay healthy while you wear them.
Checking the health and condition of your eyes annually is important to reduce the risk of damage or injury to your eyes. It also helps us monitor changes to your eyes that occur naturally over time, so we can make adjustments to your prescription, ensuring your contact lenses fit right and provide improved vision for years to come. More...
Glasses aren’t just for seeing anymore. They can be a fashion statement or a way to express your individuality. On top of improving your vision, they can change the way you look and make you feel more confident as you go out into the world, seeing it clearly at last. Because glasses are a medical device as well as an accessory, it’s essential to choose the right lenses and the right frames. You don’t have to worry about feeling overwhelmed by the choices. Our team of doctors and frame specialists can help you find just the right fit for your face, your style, and your vision needs. More...
One of our primary goals at Eyes of New Mexico is to provide the latest eyeglasses at affordable prices. From designer frames and sunglasses to the latest in contact lenses, we have what you’re looking for to see better. We have a fashion eyeglass specialist on our staff who hand-picks eyeglass frames from around the world so we can offer you a wide selection of affordable designer frames to suit any style. We’ll make sure your new eyeglasses fit properly for your face shape and your prescription, so you walk out feeling confident and looking and seeing great. More...
Low Vision Resource Center
Individuals with significant visual impairment can find the support and solutions they’ve been looking for at Eyes of New Mexico. We have a comprehensive resource center to enhance your vision and provide the tools you need to make life easier and more enjoyable. From bioptic lenses to enable driving opportunities for some low-vision patients to magnification options that make seeing and identifying people, signs, and text simple and discreet—our doctors can work with you to find the solution that works best for your needs and your lifestyle. More...
Management of Ocular Diseases
At Eyes of New Mexico, we take all of your eye concerns seriously. Using state of the art technology we can diagnose and treat everything from infections and corneal ulcers to diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and iritis. We can treat symptoms as they arise for any type of ocular disease, and even identify some before you even notice symptoms. We use a variety of tools and our extensive background in ocular diseases to detect, diagnose, and manage treatment for our patients. More...
If you suffer from dry eyes, you’ve come to the right place. Our dry eye clinic offers relief to our patients who have ocular surface disease. Whether the cause is the dry climate in New Mexico, a medication side effect, issues with your tear glands, or a medical condition, we can help. We start with the proper diagnosis of the condition and work with you to create a treatment plan to give you relief from the discomfort. More...
At Eyes of New Mexico, your vision and eye health are important to us
Our eye health team members will be with you every step of the way, from your eye exam to your vision correction to your treatment plan, to ensure personalized and comprehensive eye care.
Connect with our team online now to schedule an Albuquerque eye exam appointment or to learn more about our eye care services for the entire family.
Dr. Tiffany Garcia Martinez, O.D.
Dr. Martinez is an Albuquerque native. She attended Albuquerque Academy and completed a degree in biology with a minor in chemistry at the University of New Mexico. Interestingly, her path to optometry started in pharmacology school. A visit to an optometrist for new lenses inspired her to make a change to optometry. She graduated from Ketchum University (formerly Southern California College of Optometry) followed by an additional year of residency training in Pediatrics and Binocular Vision at the University of Houston College of Optometry.