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  • RE-OPENING SOON APRIL - MAY 2018
    HURRICANE HARVEY DESTROYED OUR OFFICE
    GRAND REOPENING LATE APRIL -MAY 2018.
    CALL 281-355-9090 IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS
    OR VISIT US AT LOCATION # 2
    1426 WEST GRAY ST HOUSTON TX 77019

INTRO

OUR OFFICE WAS SEVERELY DAMAGED BY HURRICAINE HARVEY.....LOOK FOR GRAND RE-OPENING END OF APRIL -MAY 2018.

PLEASE CALL 713-640-2020 OR VISIT WWW.RIVEROAKSVISION.COM IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS

CONTACT LENS SPECIAL       $139.00

(Eye Exam, Contact Lens fitting and 3 months supply of spherical lenses ***6 prs Acuvue 2 lenses)

GLASSES, CONTACTS AND EXAM SPECIAL      $189.00 

(Eye Exam, Contact Lens Fitting, 3 months supply of spherical lenses *6 pairs of Acuvue 2 lenses, Value Frame & Single Vision Plastic Lenses

COMPLETE PAIR OF PRESCRIPTION EYEGLASSES $99.00

(Value Frame. SingleVision Plastic Lenses)

EYE EXAM & EYE GLASSES $139.00

(Eye Exam, Value Frames & Single Vision Plastic Lenses)

DESIGNER FRAMES

Buy Frame Get Lenses Free

(Designer Frame, Single Vision Plastic Lenses)

Not Valid with Insurance, 

Frame and lenses upgrade will incur additional cost

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Spring Eye Associates in Spring, TX 

 Dr Crosby Wallace OD

Your Optometrist at 6640 Cypresswood Dr.

Your Optometrist at 6640 Cypresswood Dr. Spring, TX 77379. 2miles west of Kuykendahl, 1/4 miles east Stuebner Airline Dr. (next to Picture Perfect Dental and Salon Matos) Call us at 281-356-0733 today.

EXPERIENCE DIGITAL EYE EXAM FROM START TO FINISH

When you visit SPRING EYE ASSOCIATES you can be confident that the results from your eye exam are accurate because they have been optimized using"CLOUD BASED TECHNOLOGY". The Huvitz Digital Eye Exam suite consists of integrated Eye Exam Equipment that exceeds our expectation for consistency and accuracy. It is an example of the new “Smart Technology” on the market today.

Complete Digital Refraction System
by Coburn Technologies


Testimonial

  • "Dr. Wallace was very attentive and thorough. He has an engaging personality and we enjoyed chatting with him. Our 6 yr old was very much at ease with him and his staff. Very professional, warm and caring environment."
    Current Patient Spring, TX

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

10:00 AM

6:00 PM

Tuesday:

9:00 AM

6:00 PM

Wednesday:

10:00 AM

6:00 PM

Thursday:

9:00 AM

6:00 PM

Friday:

10:00 AM

6:00 PM

Saturday:

9:00 AM

3:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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