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Crystin Webb, OD

Dr. Crystin Webb is a Therapeutic Optometrist and Optometric Glaucoma Specialist originally from Bossier City, Louisiana. She grew up on Barksdale Air Force Base and graduated with honorsĀ in Biological Sciences from Louisiana State University-Shreveport. Upon graduation she began working as a technician for a local optometrist, thus igniting her interest and passion for primary eye care and vision preservation.

Dr. Webb graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Houston-College of Optometry.She gained experience in managing conditions such as diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma as well as specialty contact lenses for conditions such as keratoconus and post refractive surgery ectasia. Dr. Webb also has extensive experience in managing and treating dry eye disease. She was awarded the VSP/AOF Practice Excellence Award and the Alcon Laboratories Excellence Award for her knowledge in corneal pathology and contact lenses.

Dr. Webb enjoys leading an active, healthy lifestyle, live music, and watching sports with her husband. Geaux Tigers and Horned Frogs! She and her husband volunteer with Canine Companions for Independence and are raising their second Labrador puppy to become a service dog for people with disabilities. As the daughter of an Air Force veteran, she especially enjoys providing care to our veterans. Dr. Webb enjoys time spent with patients getting to know them not only as a patient, but also as a person.