Katy:
(281) 644-2010

Memorial:
(713) 984-9144

COMPREHENSIVE Eye Care in Houston & Katy

Eye Exams, Glasses, Contact Lenses & Vision Therapy

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Has your vision begun to decline recently and you're not sure why? Have you sustained an ocular injury that has begun to affect your eyesight? Fortunately, there is a Katy & Houston eye doctor that has your back whenever your vision begins to fail. Eye Site Texas in Houston & Katy, TX has the expertise that you need in order to get your vision back on track. We have been servicing these two areas for years and take pride in helping our patients restore their vision utilizing the latest advancements in the optometry industry. Let's take a closer look at what services we provide and how we can help you

Our Mission to You

We understand that losing your vision can be a scary thing. We depend on our vision every day to help us overcome the challenges and tasks that are set before us. However, vision can begin to decline at any time, regardless of age. This is why you need to work with a Katy & Houston eye doctor that can walk with you down the road of optical recovery. We take pride in our ability to provide the highest quality of optical services that will improve your eyesight.

Come and Meet Us

Our staff of professional opticians is here to help you when your vision begins to fail. Our doctors are professionally trained and go out of their way to ensure that you are comfortable and informed during your personal eye care process. We wish to build a lasting relationship with you that will help you feel like you're at home whenever you visit our offices. 

Your Optometrist in Katy & Houston 

It is incredibly important that you find an eye clinic that you feel comfortable at. Your optometrist is someone that you should have a working relationship with and he or she should listen to all of your optical needs. Fortunately, Eye Site Texas in Houston & Katy, TX has some of the friendliest and experienced doctors in the Houston area that are here to help you at your convenience. We provide a variety of optical services that are meant to help you improve your vision so you can start living your best life again. We have two locations that are available. Here are their hours of operation:

    • Monday - 9:30 am- 5:30pm
    • Tuesday - 9:30 am - 5:30pm
    • Wednesday - 11:00 am - 5:30pm
    • Thursday - 9:30 am - 5:30pm
    • Friday - 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
    • Saturday - 9:00 am - 3:00pm
    • Sunday - Closed

Be sure to contact us today at 281-644-2010 for our Katy location and 713-984-9144 for our Memorial location. We look forward to hearing from you!



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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "My family has been using Eyesite for years. They have always gone above and beyond with my son, who has a high prescription. Great referrals to specialists that he needs to see."
    Kelly Shippy Folkerts
  • "The world is a brighter and more beautiful place today, after my visit to Eyesite yesterday for my annual check-up!
    New contacts. New glasses. And the finest eye health care!"
    Susan Whitacre
  • "I love this place. Always extra friendly. I have been going here since 2012 and have never had a bad experience. Took my 13 yr old son yesterday. He told me about talking about video games with the assist. He really liked it as well."
    Denise Bowling

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