Today's Vision Creekside



Welcome to Today's Vision Creekside, your optometrist providing state of the art eye care to Tomball, The Woodlands, Creekside, North Spring, Klein, and Augusta Pines area. While we provide a variety of comprehensive eye care services, we also specialize in providing care to people with glaucoma, cataracts, keratoconus, dry eye, macular degeneration and diabetic eye disease. We are currently accepting new patients, and we invite you to browse our site to make Today's Vision Creekside your preferred eye doctor.     

Today's Vision Creekside


Our Doctor

Dr. May Davoodi is a Louisiana native who attended the University of Houston for both her Bachelor and Master degrees, followed by attending the Pennsylvania College of Optometry for her Doctor of Optometry degree. Dr. Davoodi has worked full time in private practice for nearly a decade, helping thousands of patients improve their eyesight. She is certified both as a therapeutic optometrist and an optometric glaucoma specialist. She specializes in scleral contact lenses and custom contact lenses. She is able to accommodate patients who speak English, Spanish, and Farsi in our Creekside office.     

Our Services

At Today's Vision Creekside, we are a full service vision center, here to meet all of your eye care needs, including eye emergencies. During office hours, do not hesitate to come directly to our office. If you have an emergency outside of office hours, please go to your local emergency room. 

Our services include: 

    • Complete eye exams, including visual acuity testing and eye dilation
    • Red eye evaluation and treatment
    • Contact lenses (standard, scleral, and custom)
    • Prescription eyeglasses
    • Glaucoma testing and treatment
    • Pre- and post-operative care for LASIK and other surgeries


Call Our Optometrist in Creekside, The Woodlands, Tomball

When it comes to your family's vision, it's important that you work with an optometrist who you can trust. At Today's Vision Creekside, we are currently accepting new patients and would love to add you to our patient family. Call our Creekside office at 346-808-7342 to schedule your first appointment. We accept a wide variety of insurance plans (see the insurance section of this site for a full list), and we also accept flexible spending accounts. 

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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