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Today's Vision, 28 Years

Welcome to Today's Vision - Cinco Ranch

Choosing an excellent optometrist is one of the most important things you can do for your eye health. The proper Optometry care on a regular basis will keep your eyes in good shape and your vision clear. Because you will be working with your optometrist for a long time to come, sometimes years or decades or more, you want to choose someone who is caring, experienced, knowledgeable, and easy to reach if you need them. You want someone who is warm, approachable, and who has a good rapport with their patients.

The ideal optometrist is someone who genuinely cares and shows it while being an expert professional at what they do. They will treat you as an individual person and not just a number, while being able to answer any of your questions, address your concerns, and use the best, most advanced optometry technology available to give you exceptional eye care. You want to be a member of the Today's Vision family of clients.

Why Regular Exams Are Important

A traditional optometry exam is one that looks at not only the acuity of your vision, but the overall health of your eyes. You may think of an optometrist as someone who gives exams to prescribe and update glasses and contact lenses, and this is, in fact, an important part of what they do. You being able to see clearly at all times is important to your ability to get by in the world, and enjoy the things you do. It's no fun to try to do things when everything is blurry or otherwise distorted, and the right prescription for glasses or contacts corrects this and gives you clear, crisp vision once more.

An excellent optometrist does more than just this, however. They also examine the health of your eyes. This means testing you for common eye conditions, such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataracts. If these conditions are noticed early with regular optometry exams, they can be managed better, and even fixed, so you maintain your good vision. The strength of your eyes is also tested during an optometric exam, and any weaknesses in the eye muscles can be corrected before they cause issues. This is particularly important for children, who may have cross eyes or lazy eye. Optometry can correct these conditions when they are new, before surgery is required to fix them.

Schedule an Appointment with Your Katy Optometrist Today

If you are looking for a new optometrist, or looking to get started with one, Today's Vision in Katy is the place to go. We are your family optometrist and can treat people of all ages, from infants to the elderly. Why wait to start your journey to excellent and lasting eye health and clear vision? Contact us today to make an appointment with our office.

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I had a wonderful experience with everyone and I am very pleased we found your office. We look forward to doing business with you in the future!"
    Barbara G.
  • "Dr. Mostaghimi and his friendly staff are wonderful! I have recommended him to my family and friends and they agree. They are always on time, very patient (especially with my children!) and it is always a pleasure to go there."
    Marcela
  • "Dr. Mostaghimi was excellent. He took the time to review so many issues and I never felt like he was rushed or looking to the next appointment. I would highly recommend him for your eye care."
    Blair

Hours of Operation

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:

9:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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