Best Optometrists near me in Conroe, TX
28 Optometrists near me in Conroe, TX – map location, contacts, real reviews, rating. Eye examinations, a wide selection of lenses and eyeglass frames from the world's leading manufacturers.
Mike Bard | Rating: 5 | Conroe Eyes
Dr. Tammy Pham does an amazing job. She takes her time to get to know you and what type of glasses or contacts will be best. She asks question to find out what type of work you do so she can prescribe the perfect prescription! My family and I have been extremely satisfied over the last 4 years.
Barry Mcclung | Rating: 5 | Visionworks Conroe Marketplace Shopping Center
This was an above and beyond for a silly, minor "emergency" on my part. Literally 25 minutes before I went to the store, one of my silicone nose pads magically disappeared. I had a 40 year reunion to go to with my former colleagues, within 2 hours, so between spur of moment and an acute crowd-related anxiety I suffer (meaning malls and big-box stores are out), the employee on duty, Maricela, went out of her way to find me what I needed. She did not have ones that fit exactly, but the next closest size. They are small, but they are suitable to task. Because the nosepads are slightly smaller she included a couple spares just in case. All in all, this adds emphasis to why I like this store and brand. Thanks again, Maricela!
Claude Taylor | Rating: 3 | Kindred Eyecare
Well up until now they have been doing a good job, I will give them the benefit of the doubt. I have been waiting for my subscription since 04/14/2022 and have not got them yet. Today 06/20/2022 they are going to reorder them. Wish me luck
Teresa Roe | Rating: 5 | Today's Vision Conroe
Dr. Breaux & Today’s Vision are great. They communicate with you and he is ver knowledgeable and skilled. Two years ago his quick call saved my wife’s vision. Give them a try I think you will like them.
N.L. Garcia-Reyes | Rating: 2 | Texas State Optical
I took my foster son in Jan. 2020.(pre -CoVid) Staff was not very warm. The doctor seemed unhappy to be examining my excited and active, normal 4 year-old and the staff said something to the effect that the doctor wouldn't do the exam if my son would be moving around. I told them he would be fine. After the exam we went to the optical part. Waited a while then told the staff he would be buying glasses for the first time. They pointed, from behind the register to some frames Medicaid would pay for but never came over to help fit him. Fast forward March and April 2020 I call multiple times to get his prescription, never received a call back. I finally get them on the phone and they ask if I am at an optical shop...and they suggest I just go to one to get the staff there to call and request my son's prescription, saying it will only take 2-3 min. after they fax a release form. Long story short after 35 min., 3 calls(2 from optical staff, and one from me) we finally get the prescription only to realize it was over a year old... something they should known and neglected to mention. Then they lie and claim they still fill prescriptions that are up to 2 years old. At the bottom of their prescription it says expires after 1 year! Don't go here! I am sure I will never go again. Maybe they don't like Medicaid patients, or little Latino boys being raised by their grandma...who knows.(By the way the only attentive person is a male optician that helped us a couple of times after the glasses and lenses broke- hence the 2 star rating)