- Monday:9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Tuesday:9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
- Wednesday:9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Thursday:9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
- Friday:9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Saturday:8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
TSO SOUTHMORE OPTOMETRIST IN PASADENA, TX
Helping You See The Important Things In Life
Our optometry practice is conveniently located on Southmore Avenue. We are proud to be a part of the Texas State Optical family. TSO has been caring for the eyes of Texas and the great Southwest since 1936 and is built on a foundation of quality products and patient-focused care.
The Texas State Optical in South Houston has enjoyed building relationships with our patients and families who choose TSO for all their vision needs. There’s no greater satisfaction for an optometrist than providing vision care for a grandmother, son & granddaughter from the same family.
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Our Office in Pasadena, Texas
We combine the latest technology and years of experience to give you thorough eye exams and fashionable, affordable eyewear. Our Pasadena eye doctors and eye care professionals are ready and willing to help you see and look your best.
We are conveniently located on Southmore Avenue between Witter and Center Streets and serve residents of Pasadena, Deer Park, Edgebrook, South Houston, and Red Bluff Terrace. The optometrists at Texas State Optcal – Southmore in Pasadena, TX appreciate and are sincerely committed to their patients. Please contact our office if it is now time for your annual eye exam or if a vision problem is causing you concern.
Q&A with Dr. M
Watch Dr. John Mann Answers Your Eye Care Questions!
What are Floaters?
If you see specks or what appears to be debris, or perhaps pieces of lint floating in your vision, these are “floaters”. They are usually harmless. They would be seen most easily while looking at a plain background, like a white wall or clear sky.
Floaters are in reality clumps of gel-like cells inside the vitreous – the clear, jelly-like fluid that fills the inside of your eye. Floaters look like webs, specks, strands, and other shapes. What you are seeing are in fact the shadows of floaters cast on the retina, the light-sensitive inner lining of the back eye panel.