TSO BRIARGROVE EYE DOCTOR & EYE EXAMS NEAR YOU
Texas State Optical Briargrove has been serving the Westheimer area, Westside Houston, Galleria and the surrounding Houston, Texas areas since 1997. Dr. Ayesha Butt is a Licensed Therapeutic Doctor of Optometry. Our Briargrove eye care office is located on Westheimer Rd at Greenridge in the Briargrove Shopping Plaza, between Hillcroft and Fountain View.
Our Briargrove eye doctors can diagnose and treat all types of eye infections, allergies, and dry eye conditions as well as diagnose glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration and diabetes related conditions such as diabetic retinopathy. In most cases, your medical insurance may cover these types of treatments and diagnosis.
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Briargrove Optical Store Near You
At the Briargrove eye care center, you, the patient, are important to us and each comprehensive eye exam and prescribed treatment are tailored to your individual needs and concerns. Our Briargrove optometrist will ask questions such as: “how many hours a day do you use a computer?” or “do you drive after dark frequently” in order to help determine the best course of action. Based on the results of this thorough examination, we are then able to prescribe eye wear and/or contact lenses that give you the best vision and comfort that fits your lifestyle.
Serving Galleria, Westheimer, and surrounding communities for more than 15 years, our office also contains a high-fashion optical store for your added convenience. We carry major frame brands such as Armani, Gucci, Versace, Tom Ford, Silhouette, Fendi, Flexon, Rayban, and many more eyeglasses. We also fit all major brands of contact lenses. If you don’t see what you are looking for in our office, we can always assist with your special-order needs.
Q&A with Dr. Ayesha Butt
Dr. Butt Answers Your Eyecare Questions
Is it ok to wear my contact lenses over night?
Some contact lenses are designed to be safe for over night use. However, not everyone is a good candidate for sleeping in contacts. We recommend a thorough eye exam to determine if you are able to safely sleep in your contacts.