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Welcome to Save Your Sight Screenings
Your Mobile Optometrist in Burton, TX.

Call us at 832-370-6532 today.

We are pleased to welcome you to our web site. At Save Your Sight Screenings we are committed to preventing blindness through early detection. Mobile eye health risk assessment is the brain child of Dr Deborah Thomas,OD. It is her passion and dream to mobilize the latest technology and take it to the largest number of people possible in an expanded effort to prevent eye disease and blindness.

Dr. Thomas provides on site, comprehensive eye exams at your location, at your convenience. Dr. Thomas specializes in treatment of glaucoma and other eye diseases. She is an Adjunct Professor at the Universtity of Houston, is well known nationally in the industry and has consulted with numerous Houston ophthalmologists for the early treatment of glaucoma, macular degeneration and retinal diseases.

Save Your Sight Screenings has mobile units that supply a wide range of diagnostic equipment for the early detection of eye diseases. As unique vision care experts, we carry the latest in diagnostic technology.

Our Services include:

  • On-Site Screenings for glaucoma and central retinal disease 
  • Diabetic risk assessment 
  • Eye health risk assessment 
  • Iwellness Exam
  • A detailed doctors report 
  • Referrals to leading professionals for treatment
  • Comprehensive eye exam with prescription

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Dr. Deborah Thomas
Therapeutic
 Optometrist | Save Your Sight Screenings | 832-370-6532

Serving Houston, Austin, and Central Texas 

 

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

By Appt.

Sunday:

Closed

Our Partnership

Meet Our Partner OcuCheck

We have partnered with OcuCheck to expand our services to include Mobile Eye Exams. Click here or the logo to schedule an appointment at a location near you

Meet The Staff

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  • Dr
    Deborah Thomas

    Dr. Deborah A. Thomas O.D. sold her practice in the Heights/Oak Forest area of Houston, TX in 2013 so she could dedicate more of her time to her new business “Save Your Sight Screenings”. Dr Thomas has been conducting research on the latest diagnostic technology for the last ten years.  

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