Welcome to Master Eye Associates

At Master Eye Associates, we want to help all our Houston, TX, area patients get the support they need for good vision and strong eye health. If you need an eye doctor for family eye care, preventative care, eye surgery co-management, eye exams, or other kinds of support, our optometrist and team are here for you.

The goal of optometry is to make sure you can see well and that the health of your eyes is good, so you can enjoy your future and experience the world more fully. We're here to help with that.

The Right Eye Care Can Improve Your Health

Good eye care is twofold. We want to make sure that your eyes are healthy and strong, so we examine them to ensure there aren't any issues. But we also want to be sure the problems you're having with your eyes aren't coming from another medical condition that's not being treated or that isn't under control. When an optometrist examines your eyes, they look for any and all potential issues that might have another cause and will suggest additional help and support that might be right for your situation.

We Are a Full-Service Family Eye Care Provider

As a full-service optometry practice, we can handle all your eye care needs in one place. Our eye doctor and team understand that you might not want to see a range of different eye doctors for your family eye care concerns. That's why we handle everything from eye exams and preventative care to eye surgery co-management. That helps you get all the care you need from people you can trust and feel comfortable with. Establishing a relationship with our patients is important to help them improve their eye health.

Our One-On-One Approach to Optometry

Among the ways we establish good patient relationships is through a one-on-one approach to our optometry services. We give each patient our full and individual attention, allowing them to express their concerns, ask plenty of questions, and work through any anxieties or problems they have with their diagnosis or treatment. You can feel safe with us and know that your eye health worries are taken seriously. We want to make sure you receive the right level of help and support.

Work with Our Trusted Optometrist Today

By reaching out to us at Master Eye Associates, you'll be working with an optometrist and team of professionals you can trust and rely on to help with your eye care needs. If you're in the Houston, TX, area, contact us today at (713) 880-3872 and let us help you get the information and examinations you need to get started on a journey toward better eye health.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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