EYE DOCTORS & EYEWEAR MEMORIAL CITY TEXAS STATE OPTICAL
Memorial City TSO has been caring for the eyes of Houston for over 40 years! At Texas State Optical, we combine the latest technology and years of experience to give you thorough eye examinations, the most up to date contact lenses & fashionable affordable eyewear.
Our office is equipped with state-of-the-art technology including the Optos® retinal imaging system, allowing our doctors to diagnose and manage glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and other medical eye conditions. Each of our optometrists are also Therapeutic Glaucoma Specialists and are here for your medical eye care needs, including eye emergencies.
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Eye Care in Memorial / West Houston, TX
The Optometrists of the Memorial City TSO treat not only infections and “pink eye” but many other medical eye conditions, such as minor injuries, foreign body removals, corneal abrasions, allergy eyes, and dry eyes. Our Houston eye doctors, are qualified to prescribe antibiotic eye drops, steroid eye drops, Restasis® for dry eye syndrome, Pataday®for allergies, and Latisse® to enhance eye lash growth.
Our eye doctors co-manage LASIK, Visian ICL, and cataract surgery with local surgeons. For your convenience, the doctors now offer pre-op and post-op services at our clinic.
If it is time for your annual eye exam or if a vision problem is causing you concern, contact our office at 713-334-2020, or request your next appointment online. We are sincerely committed to our patients and appreciate that they come back to see us. Our eye doctor’s office is located in West Houston, TX near Hedwig Village. If you are looking for an eye doctor in the Energy Corridor or West Houston, we hope the Memorial City TSO will be your choice!
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What are Cataracts?
Though cataracts are often associated with aging—particularly men and women over age 60, people in their 40’s and 50’s are also more prone to developing cataracts. Research suggests that lifestyle factors like cigarette and alcohol use, diabetes and prolonged exposure to the sun’s harmful UV rays could all contribute to lens yellowing with age, and cataracts.