About Us

Envision Eye Care is a small private office whose mission is to provide excellent service and quality products to our patients.  To update ourselves with the latest advances in patient care and ophthalmic products, our doctors and staff attend numerous seminars and workshops throughout the year.  Your satisfaction is our utmost reward.

At Envision Eye Care, you’ll also be able to find a wide variety of eyewear that will appeal to you. We feature an amazing selection of frames from all over the world including Japan, France, Switzerland,  Italy, Spain, Denmark, and the U.S. There are so many unique and stylish frames that you’ll be sure to find the right pair for your new look.  And with frames from affordable to extravagant, there will surely be a look that’s right for you.


Meet the Optometrist

Giao Q. Nguyen
Doctor of Optometry
Envision Eye Care

Dr. Giao Nguyen graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree of Doctor of Optometry in 1999 from the University of Houston College of Optometry. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Rice University (1986).

Dr. Nguyen has 4 children: Robin (a Chemical Engineering graduate from the University of Texas Austin), Leslie and Chloe (both engineering graduates from Rice University),  and Spencer (a student at Carnegie High School). She spends most of her spare time volunteering as a teacher at a Vietnamese language school and knitting! She tries to stay healthy with yoga and fitness classes, and watches the Foodnetwork channel, making notes of recipes that she will hopefully try some day.

Specialties

  • Family Practice
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Eye Diseases
  • Contact Lens Fitting
  • Computer Vision Syndrome Evaluation

Achievements

  • Beta Sigma Kappa International Optometry Honor Society
  • National Eye Institute Research Fellowship
  • Deborah Adler Grinberg Vision Science Award
  • Phi Lambda Upsilon Honor Society

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Meet the Staff

  • Matt

    Matt is a talented optician and our resident insurance specialist, lab technician, and office manager. He can answer almost any question about your vision insurance. Matt also serves as an optical technician. With us at Envision for over four years, Matt has previous experience in private optometry practices, and has years of experience fitting and adjusting eyeglasses.

Houston Office

Monday:

Closed

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

10:00 am-4:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonial

  • "Loved this practice. I finally has an eye doctor that listened to my eyesight issues. Looking forward to having my eye exams done here yearly from now on. Also the staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. I highly recommend them! Very affordable and worth becoming a patient/customer of theirs."
    Whitney J., Yelp user
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