Today's Vision: Your Houston Optometry Center

At Today's Vision, Northside, we're committed to creating the optimal trip to the eye doctor for you and your family. Located in the Northline/ Northside area of Houston, we're happy to serve the area's vision needs. As you browse our website, please don't hesitate to give us a call or text when you notice a service for which you'd like to schedule an appointment. Simply need a check-up or a consultation? Call us; we're here to help. 

Our office is small enough to provide the personalized care you should expect from your eye doctor, but large enough to provide the top notch care you deserve. We provide both scheduled appointments and care for eye emergencies. Our staff will walk you through every step of your eye care, whether you're there for an acute visual problem or bringing your family in for their yearly eye exams. We know the importance of understanding what's happening with your optical care, and we encourage our patients to ask questions along the way.

We understand that while optical care is a key component of good health, not all insurance plans make seeing the optometrist an easy task. We offer financing options, and we'll work with your vision plan or medical insurance provider to ensure you're paying as little out of pocket as possible. If you're not sure how your plan works when it comes to vision, we can help you understand what's covered and what’s not. 

Our Approach to Optometry

We believe in providing the absolute best one-on-one optometry care for you and your entire family. At Northside, we offer full eye exams (including contact lens exams), ocular diabetic evaluations, glasses, glaucoma testing, and care before and after you have eye surgery. Browse this site for a full list of the services we offer. If you're in need of a service you don't see on our site, call us. If we can't provide the service you need, we'll refer you to a trusted optometry center that can. 

Call Us

We know that you have a lot of choices when it comes to selecting an eye doctor, and we're glad you chose us. We're committed to providing the highest quality care in a comfortable, relaxed environment. If you haven't already, call or text us today at 713-694-3837 to schedule your first appointment. We're excited to serve you for years to come. 

Dr. Amador Sánchez, O.D.
Optometrist | Today's Vision - Northside | 713.694.3937
5324 North Freeway; Suite 150
Houston, Texas 77022

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  • Dr. Amador Sanchez
    Therapeutic Optometrist – Optometric Glaucoma Specialist
    A native Texan, I was born and raised on the South Plains of West Texas. After beginning our studies and earning our Associates degrees at South Plains College after high school, my wife and I both received Carr Scholarships from Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas. We threw together a whirlwind wedding, packed our bags, and made a break for the city.
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  • Gabby
    If you have ever been by our office, you know Gabby is a jack-of-all-trades. From scheduling appointments and verifying insurances, ordering contacts or cutting out your glasses, Gabby is more than capable and happy to assist you with just about anything you need. When she’s not in the office taking care of patients, you’ll find her spending time with her gigantic family attending baby showers, barbecues, and retirement parties.


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    I love this place so friendly and helpful. Me and my grandbaby go there.

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    Best place I've ever been too got my ray Bans there looking fwd to get more glasses #1

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