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3310 FM 967 #108, Buda, TX 78610

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Dr. Kymber Blaschke

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Dr. Kymber Blaschke is licensed as a Therapeutic Glaucoma Specialist. Originally from the small town of Yorktown, Texas, she fully enjoyed growing up in a family full of Aggies. This lead to her journey to Texas A&M University where she received a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology. Dr. Blaschke then went on to earn her Doctor of Optometry, graduating with honors from the University of Houston School of Optometry. Her training included externships at the San Antonio VA and multiple clinics throughout the Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma. These clinical experiences aided in furthering her knowledge about the diagnosis and treatment of various ocular diseases.

As a small town girl with lots of Texas pride, Dr. Blaschke loves treating patients as family. One of her favorite things to do in the exam room is educate you about your vision and eye health, including the latest technology available to assist you in your needs. She looks forward to providing excellent and thorough eye care for everyone!

In her spare time Dr. Blaschke enjoys spending time with her family, traveling the world and exploring the food of the world, and playing sports.

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we will be temporarily closed to all in-office patient care. We will announce when we will resume normal business operations.

We will miss seeing ALL our patients and their families during this time, but our patients and their loved ones’ health continues to be our highest priority.

We wish you and your loved ones safety and wellness during these difficult and uncertain times. Please reach us at office@budavisionsource.com while we are temporarily closed to all non-urgent in-office patient care.

If you have an urgent appointment need, we are examining patients at Kyle Vision Source (512-268-7600) on a limited basis.

We are encouraging all patients to use our online booking to schedule their future appointments, as we expect a surge of requests post-crisis.