Welcome to Urban Optics
Your Optometrist in College Station, TX.

Call us at (979) 690-0888 today.

Dr. Matthew Greene is proud to have a loyal patient group from the College Station, TX area. Our team strives to make a connection with every patient and provide the finest in optometry services. We know how important it is to find a local professional that your family can trust for your eye care needs. You can trust our team to take time to get to know you and answer your questions at every visit.

We are a full-service eye and vision provider, offering help with emergencies as well as scheduled appointments. We work with your vision insurance providers to help all of our patients get the care they need for good eye health. If you need help or want to find a new eye doctor, you are right where you need to start.

Your Personal Optometrist in College Station, TX

At Urban Optics, we approach eye care with a one-on-one strategy to really get to know our patients. Our services include pre- and post-operative care, complete eye exams, contact lenses, glasses, emergency eye exams, glaucoma testing and more. When you need professional help with any of these services, our optometry team will be the friendly and knowledgeable voices you want guiding your experience. Our personalized eye care is centered on giving every single patient the individualized attention that we believe everyone deserves. Our team is committed to bringing you the highest level of care in your vision and eye health needs.

Your Comfort Comes First at Urban Optics

Our comprehensive care is centered on making you feel comfortable and equipped to properly care for your eyes. We know how important preventative care is for your eye health. We want to ensure that early prevention and detection of disease or illness can occur to save our patients from bigger health problems. Since most diseases and eye problems do not manifest clear signs or symptoms until they are too far progressed, we highly encourage the regular visits of most of our patients.

Most of all, we want you to be well informed about your own eye health. We want you to understand what is going on and what you can do to improve your vision. We try to ensure that all exams and tests are clearly explained so that each of our patients understands exactly what is happening in regards to their vision and what available options they have for treatment.

A Carefully Chosen Optometry Team

Dr. Greene has hand selected each member of his team to make sure that Urban Optics is the kind of trustworthy practice that you want for your family. We know there is a lot of competition around us and we want you to choose Urban Optics because there is nothing better for your family. From our great selection of eyeglasses to our personalized care approach, we strive to earn every ounce of respect possible from our clients.

We want to accommodate your busy lifestyle! Check out our online portal for setting up an appointment. We know that you have a busy life and we want to make your visit as convenient as possible. You can set up the entire appointment on our website, saving you the hassle of having to stop and call during business hours when many of our patients are working.

If you need an eye doctor in the College Station area, our team is here to provide the eye care services you seek. Don’t wait to get your exam, call us today at (979) 690-0888.

Matthew Greene
Urban Optics | (979) 690-0888

4081 Highway 6 South, Suite 301 

College Station, TX 77845

Rated one of 2015’s top College Station Optometry practices.
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