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You only have one pair of eyes. Don’t underestimate the importance of getting a routine eye exam, whether you need an updated prescription or not. Early detection and management of ocular diseases can prevent complications and serious vision loss down the line. Let the eye doctor at Vision Gallery protect you and your family’s eye health today.


Dr. Sahar Mahmoodpour

Our journey at Vision Gallery began with a profound mission; to provide outstanding eye care to our community. Our story traces back to when our founder took over the practice from a retiring doctor in 2020. However our roots run deeper as we have been serving the community since 2004.

Complementing our legacy, Dr. Sahar Mahmoodpour, raised in Houston, Texas, brings a wealth of expertise to our team. Graduating with honors from the University of Houston, she earned her Doctorate of Optometry in 2015. As a licensed Therapeutic Optometrist and Optometric Glaucoma Specialist, her extensive clinical experience and passion for innovative eye care solutions further enhance Vision Gallery’s dedication to excellence. 

Our Services

Eye Care Services At Vision Gallery

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Periodic eye and vision examinations are crucial for preventive health care, as many problems may not be immediately apparent.  It is therefore possible to prevent vision loss through early diagnosis and treatment. Each patient’s signs and symptoms lead to tests, which are determined by the doctor’s professional judgment. Vision Gallery is involved in holistic eye exams that do more than just giving glasses or contact lenses, they also check for eye health and visual functions.

Diabetic Eye Disease

Diabetic retinopathy is an eye disease that only affects diabetics. It occurs when the fragile vascular network that supplies the retina – the light sensitive tissue at the back of the eye that helps us see – begins to swell or leak. During the beginning stages of the disease, there may be no noticeable symptoms, so it’s important to have your eyes checked at least once a year, if you have diabetes.

Contact Lens Exam

Over 22% of people wear eyeglasses and use contact lenses. Contact lens exam ensures whether you are suitable to wear contact lenses. Eye exams check your vision and eye health, but they don’t do the more detailed tests for prescriptions. You’ll need to do specific tests, measurements, and lifestyle questions. There are different types of contact lenses, like soft ones, ones that pass gas easily, ones that take gas, and ones that don’t. You can wear them daily, weekly, monthly, or extended, depending on how well you see without glasses. Our contact lens exams ensure a perfect fit, maximizing comfort and clarity.

Eye Disease Management

Eye diseases like glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataracts can be life-threatening if not detected and treated early. Management involves regular examinations, follow-ups, and procedures to reduce vision loss risk. Preventive measures include blindness prevention, cataract surgery, diabetes retinopathy prevention, and geriatric patient treatment. Nutrition advice and ongoing vision care are also crucial. Eye disease should not control one’s quality of life, so it should not control one’s life. We provide expert consultation, treatment and support for a wide range of eye conditions.

Eye Allergies

Allergy is an eye disorder characterized by redness, wateriness, itching, and sometimes swelling. Allergy in the eyes is a response to an overactive immune system that tends to perceive harmless environmental substances that the majority of people’s immune systems do not react to. SAC is the most common eye allergy in North America, especially in spring, summer, and fall. These may involve change of seasons, pollutants or some allergens that cause irritation to the eyes. We offer solutions to reduce discomfort and effectively manage eye allergies.

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Dr. Sahar Mahmoodpour will determine your prescription for glasses and/or contact lenses and will evaluate your eyes for any eye diseases.

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Feel confident and assured that your eyes are well taken care of. If you're in need of glasses or contact lenses, our dedicated staff will help you find your perfect fit.

How Much Do You Value Your Sight?

At Vision Gallery, YOU are our #1 priority, our mission is to WOW each and every patient that walks through our door. By practicing good eye care habits and hygiene, you can prevent many vision problems from occurring. We offer top-notch care and guidance to ensure that our patients enjoy a high quality of life.

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Feel confident knowing your eyes are properly cared for by our Katy optometrists, with yearly routine eye exams, professional advice, and top-of-the-line equipment.

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Our eye care professionals genuinely care about your health and are dedicated to providing exceptional personal service to everyone who walks through our door. Give yourself the gift of clear vision today.

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We provide quality eye care to everyone - from babies to seniors. Whether you're in need of an eye exam, corrective lenses, diagnosis or effective long-term treatment, our Katy eye doctors can help.


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Vision Gallery is a full-service optical center with the knowledge, skills, and expertise needed to help our patients in Katy look and feel their best.
We understand how much first impressions matter. After all, your face is the first thing people see when they look at you.

We’ll ensure that you put your best face forward. Enjoy clear vision and feel fantastic!






What Our Client Say
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270 reviews on
Liz C
Liz C
Great selection of glasses, Staff is so friendly and did a fantastic stop at helping me choose the perfect pair of glasses that looked great and also in my budget! Will definitely be coming back.
Isabella G
Isabella G
Thorough exams, great doctor and staff! I never feel rushed picking out glasses and everyone is so friendly and helpful!
Sylvana Okde
Sylvana Okde
Fantastic shop for eyes !!!
Ann Hrieshie
Ann Hrieshie
Great place great service !
Annabelle Nasukowicz
Annabelle Nasukowicz
Very please with the customer service and attention I received at this location! Usually you feel like a hunted prey when I walk into these places because they want the sale but not here! I was treated with respect and was very comfortable with the young lady that helped me. I was also explained in detail why my lenses were adjusted since I am now staring at a computer screen all day long for work! No one has broken that down for me! What a difference it has made too! Thank you so much guys!
Jeremy Smith
Jeremy Smith
They were all very helpful at every step.
Ariel Caro
Ariel Caro
I loved all the options for Eyewear. Christine helped me find exactly what I was looking for. Very knowledgeable and nice. Highly recommend!
Chris Cortez
Chris Cortez
Great selection of glasses, Staff is so friendly and did a fantastic stop at helping me choose the perfect pair of glasses that looked great and also in my budget. Will definitely be coming back.
Megan L
Megan L
Hands down best practice!! I will be coming here for anything that has to do with my eyes. They always exceed my expectations!


Frequently Asked

Comprehensive eye care includes a range of services to maintain optimal eye health and vision. It includes regular eye exams, diagnosis and treatment of eye conditions, prescription of corrective lenses, and advice on eye health and safety. Comprehensive eye care addresses both vision correction and the prevention and management of eye diseases.

An optometrist provides primary vision care, prescribes glasses or contact lenses, and performs pre and post-op surgery care. They also diagnose, treat, and manage eye disease. On the other hand, ophthalmologists specialize in eye surgery, disease management, and advanced treatments, i.e., Cataract Surgery, LASIK, and Retinal Detachment Repair) for complex eye conditions.

Nearsightedness, also known as myopia, is a vision condition in which you see close objects clearly, but distant objects appear blurry. This happens when your eyeball is slightly too long, or the cornea has too much curvature that focuses light rays in front of the retina instead of directly on it. The use of glasses or contacts can bend the light rays to land properly on your retina, letting you see faraway objects clearly.

Some of the steps that can be taken in order to control myopia in children include limiting screen time, ensuring proper lighting while reading, encouraging outdoor activities to reduce eye strain, and regular check-ups. Prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses may correct vision, while newer methods like low-dose atropine eye drops or orthokeratology (night-time contact lenses) can slow progression.

Yes, glaucoma can be diagnosed by an OD that is glaucoma-certified. This is done through a variety of eye tests, including tonometry (a test to measure eye pressure), optic nerve tests, and visual field testing. If symptoms are present, optometrists may refer patients to an ophthalmologist for further treatment.

Yes, blurred vision can occur due to dry eyes. The tear film in the eyes becomes unstable when there are insufficient oils or insufficient tears, resulting in an abnormal composition of tears on the ocular surface. This can lead to blurry vision, mainly while performing activities that require prolonged visual focus, e.g., reading and use of digital screens.


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We request a 24-hour notice if you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment to make sure we have maximum availability for all of our amazing patients!

Cancellations or rescheduling made within this 24 hour period will incur a $40 fee.

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