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Discover Exemplary Eyecare with Compassion in Houston, TX, at New Sights Eyecare

At New Sights Eyecare, serving Houston, TX, and the surrounding region, we offer a number of services, such as contact lenses and eyeglasses. We perform routine eye exams, among other services. We've included some information about us to help you make an informed decision if we're the right practice for you.

A Range of Services

First and foremost, our optometrist near you in Houston, TX, and the surrounding area, offers a range of services. We want our patients to be able to rely on us for all or at least a majority of their eye care needs.

For instance, if you're a patient who needs an eye exam, we have you covered. If you're a patient who has an eye emergency, we're available. Let's say you’re overdue for a routine eye exam. In this case, after your exam, we can then determine if you have a vision deficit and match you with the appropriate contact lenses and/or eyeglasses. We’re also more than capable for handling a number of eyecare emergencies.

Personal Attention

Every patient is unique. Just because you have a vision deficit like our last patient did doesn't mean you're anything like that last patient. We won't treat you as such. Your situation is unique, and you deserve us paying full attention to you and accurately diagnose your specific situation. We believe it's our obligation to you as a patient to provide you with a treatment approach that takes your unique situation in mind.

Part of the personal approach we take with our patients also includes giving you the opportunity to ask questions. We want to see you in charge of your own eyecare and taking care of the health of your eyes as much as possible while enjoying optimal vision. That is why we encourage you to ask questions at any time during your appointment, whether it's about a test or care you're provided or a general question about eyecare you'd like to know more about.


The approach we take and the services we provide, including providing an eye exam and contact lenses or eyeglasses and a range of other services, all point to one thing: our optometrist is experienced. You'll soon discover you're in good hands once you meet her. She's been doing this for years, and it genuinely shows.

At New Sights Eyecare, serving Houston, TX, and the general vicinity, we're available to serve the community. Schedule your appointment today by calling 281-469-3400.


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  • Dr. Shanzida Alam

    Dr. Shanzida Alam grew up in Roanoke, Virginia. While attending Patrick Henry High School, she developed a passion for healthcare and was involved in various after school club (ex. Science club, key club, chess club, etc.).

    When she was 17, her own optometrist took a keen interest in her and encouraged her to pursue a career in optometry. A year later, she attended the prestigious University of Virginia, where she studied biochemistry and religious studies.

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