Troy Bedinghaus, OD

Board-Certified Optometric Physician




Texas A&M University, University of Houston College of Optometry


With my strong passion for optometry, I will strive to provide the public with valuable information and resources for total eye health. I believe that eye care is an important part of general health, and keeping your eyes healthy is a lifetime commitment.

— Troy Bedinghaus, OD


Dr. Troy L. Bedinghaus, a board-certified optometric physician, has practiced in many clinical settings including a large, multi-specialty ophthalmology practice, commercial opticals, primary medical rural health clinics, and private optometric practices. He has contributed to case studies for My Vision Express, CLX (Contact Lens Management), and Vision Source.


Dr. Bedinghaus graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor's degree in biology. He then attended the University of Houston College of Optometry, where he earned his doctorate degree in optometry. He completed externships at St. Luke's Cataract and Laser Institute and Manatee/Sarasota Eye Clinic and Laser Center, both in Florida.

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