Here at RCP Eyecare we are committed to two guiding principles, to provide outstanding customer service and extraordinary patient care. Dr. Pretli graduated from the Indiana University School of Optometry in 2001 and has had the privilege to practice in both California and Michigan before moving to Texas. Our eyecare practice offers state of the art refractive services as well as Optos Retinal Imaging technology all in the name of offering extraordinary patient care. We practice with industry leading Electronic Medical Records and offer the convenience of online appointment scheduling to help provide outstanding customer service. But most important its the people that you will work with. Our staff is committed to providing that convenient, trusted, experience that you can be comfortable bringing your family to.
Therapeutic Optometrist & Owner
Dr. Robert Pretli
Dr. Huy Dinh was educated at the University of the Incarnate Word's School of Optometry, pursuing a passion to serve others through values based on faith and family. In addition to routine and medical eye exams, his practice offers Optos retinal imaging, diabetic eye exams, and contact lens exams. When away from the office, Dr. Dinh enjoys cooking, the outdoors, and traveling, often traveling "into the unknown" to experience new cuisines.
Dr. Arianna Antunez received her credentials at the University of the Incarnate Word's Rosenberg School of Optometry. In addition to routine and medical eye exams, her office specializes in Optomap retinal imaging, diabetic eye exams, and contact lens exams. When young, Dr. Antunez had aspirations to be a dentist, but upon shadowing one in college, she realized the field was not for her. She started shadowing an optometrist instead and quickly fell in love with the profession.
They say the human eye is the second most complicated organ in the human body, following after the brain, and I wanted to learn everything there was to know.When away from the office, Dr. Antunez enjoys traveling, hiking, live music, and exploring the river.
Dr. Victoria Chu received her education from the Illinois College of Optometry. In addition to routine and medical eye exams, her office specializes in Optos retinal imaging, diabetic eye exams, and contact lens exams and fittings. Dr. Chu became an eye doctor because she loves providing solutions to problems and wants to ensure all her patients have the best possible vision. In her free time, she enjoys, cooking, craft beer, and her cat Cali.
Dr. Santino Lujan attended the University of Houston's College of Optometry. In addition to routine and medical eye exams, his office specializes retinal imaging and glaucoma management. Dr. Lujan became a doctor because he loves meeting new people, and helping patients leave the office happy. I feel that everyone's vision is so important and I hope I can help in every way that I can, Dr. Lujan tells us. Besides serving his patients, Dr. Lujan enjoys local food and cooking, as well as working out, playing golf, and new adventures.
Dr. Nancy Wells earned her optometric degree from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon and then went on to complete a Primary Care Residency at Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee. She has been providing patient care for over 25 years in a variety of clinical settings. Due to her husband’s military career, Dr. Wells has had the opportunity to live and practice in several states including Montana, Colorado, Tennessee, and Maryland before settling here in Texas. In addition to routine and medical eye examinations, her office provides contact lens fittings, Optomap retinal imaging, and diabetic eye examinations. She loves getting to know her patients and helping them improve their vision. Dr. Wells enjoys hiking, tennis, traveling and spending time with her family.
Dr. Melina Perez, a Texas native, has spent the past year working alongside an oculoplastic and cataract surgery ophthalmologist. Throughout the past year she has gained extensive experience in diagnosing, treating, and managing ocular diseases; including diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, and glaucoma. She graduated from UIW Rosenberg School of Optometry in San Antonio where she completed her externships in a variety of clinical settings. While at Fort Sam Houston, she attended the eye care needs of active and retired military personnel. Prior to that she completed a clinical rotation in Fort Worth where the primary focus was on ocular diseases. Before deciding to attend optometry school, Dr. Perez worked as an optometric technician for five years where she gained experience in patient care. Dr. Perez also participated in a mission trip to Oaxaca, Mexico where she volunteered in conducting medical and vision exams for underprivileged communities.