TEXAS STATE OPTICAL - KINGWOOD EYE CARE CENTER
Serving Kingwood, Humble, Porter, Atascocita, and New Caney
Eyes are important indicators of overall health, and comprehensive eye care goes beyond a prescription for glasses or contact lenses. At TSO Kingwood, Dr. Katy Owens takes the time to get to know you, your eye care history, and your vision needs. Our Kingwood eye doctor provides the expert care, advice, options, and follow up you need whether you are a new patient or an existing one.
Texas State Optical serves Kingwood, Humble, Porter, Atascocita, and New Caney, and has locations across Texas and the Southwest and has built a reputation for combining the latest technology and years of experience to provide you with thorough eye exams and fashionable, affordable eyewear.
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Eye Care Services in North Houston: Texas State Optical
Our Kingwood optometrist knows what you’re looking for and, along with our entire Kingwood optometric staff, will help you see and look your best. Dr. Pham is proud to be part of the TSO family which is built on a foundation of patient-focused care and quality products. Our Kingwood eye care practice enjoys building relationships with many of our patients and many times, entire families choose TSO Kingwood for all their vision needs. There’s no greater satisfaction than to provide vision care for a grandmother, son and granddaughter from the same family.
From our Kingwood eye care center, TSO also serves patients from Humble, Porter, Atascocita, and New Caney as well as the entire North Houston area. Book an appointment with us, today. If you have a moment, please give us your feedback about our site and your experiences with our Kingwood eye care center.
Q&A with Dr. Owens
Dr. Owens Answers Your Eyecare Questions
When I read a label on food items, I need to move it further away from me. What’s happening?
Presbyopia is when the crystalline lens of your eye loses flexibility making it difficult to focus on close objects. Symptoms of presbyopia may start to occur in early to mid-40s. Patients often come in when “their arms are too short” to read small print on labels or prescription medications. It is a naturally occurring process of maturing eyes and cannot be prevented. Reading glasses, progressive (no line bifocals) lenses, and multifocal contacts are some of the lenses we use to help with presbyopia.