TEXAS STATE OPTICAL FRY ROAD IN KATY, TX
Welcome to the online office of the Fry Road Texas State Optical in Katy, Texas. We are pleased you want to learn more about our Katy Eye Doctor’s practice! At Texas State Optical, the family Optometrists combine the latest technology and years of experience to give you thorough eye exams and fashionable, affordable eyewear. Our eye doctors and the eye care team know what you’re looking for and are eager to help you see and be your best.
Texas State Optical has been “taking care of the eyes of Texas since 1936”. Dr. Lori Shulman is proud to be part of the TSO family, which emphasizes patient-focused care and quality products that stand the test of time.
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Eye Doctor in Katy, Texas
Conveniently located on 1245 N Fry Rd in Katy, TX, the TSO Katy Fry office is open six days a week. Call us to make an appointment with our Eye Doctors to talk about your eyeglasses, contact lenses or specialty lens needs. Please feel free to drop in anytime to browse through our large selection of designer eyeglass frames or sunglasses. TSO Katy Fry is proud to serve the Katy area. Our purpose is to serve you and help you see the important things in life.
We are easily accessible for the residents of: Mission Bend, Westchase, Royal Oaks, Memorial, Katy and Cinco Ranch, Texas.
Eyeglasses and Contact Lenses
TSO carries a wide range of designer eyewear as well as budget-friendly frames and all kinds of contact lenses. Our Optical is fully stocked with eyeglasses ready for your prescription, and our Opticians have a great sense of style, as well as knowledge about glasses and contacts. We are looking forward to seeing you at our North Fry Road Texas State Optical in Katy. Walk in, or book an appointment today!
Q&A with Dr. S
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What Is Presbyopia?
As we reach middle age, particularly after age 40, it is common to start to experience difficulty with reading and performing other tasks that require near vision. This is because, with age, the lens of our eye becomes increasingly inflexible, making it harder to focus on close objects. This condition is called presbyopia and eventually, it happens to everyone who reaches old age to some extent.
To avoid eyestrain, people with untreated presbyopia tend to hold books, magazines, newspapers, and menus at arm’s length in order to focus properly. Trying to performing tasks at close range can sometimes cause headaches, eye strain or fatigue in individuals who have developed this condition.
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