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Welcome To Today's Vision Atascocita

Today's Vision Atascocita, the best in Humble optometry, is a state-of-the-art eye clinic complete with a friendly, well-trained staff. In business since 1999, our years of experience and commitment to customer service, make Today's Vision Atascocita the right choice for your optometrist in Humble. Our team of experts will work together to make certain you get the care you need at an affordable price. Our goal is for you to have the best vision possible. 

Services We Provide:

    • Routine eye exams - Good eye health starts with prevention. We believe that being proactive is the best medicine, so catching problems and concerns early on is key to healing. Starting with an eye exam, our optometrist, Dr. Kellee Bertsch-Smith, will walk you through each step so there are no surprises. Screening for vision correction needs, eye disease, and proper eye function will enables us to structure a plan of treatment just for you. 
    • Contact lenses - If glasses bother you or if your particular eye condition cannot be corrected with glasses, contacts may be a good option for you. Dr. Bertsch-Smith will fit you for the lenses you need and talk with you about the many choices available. 
    • Glasses - We carry an array of frames from such designers as Tory Burch, Anne Klein, Liz Claiborne, Michael Kors, and many more. We guarantee you will find a frame to accentuate your features and that goes with your lifestyle. Glasses are no longer considered just a necessary evil, but are now a fashion statement. We will help you pick the ones that make you look and feel special.
    • LASIK Surgery - Many people are eligible for LASIK surgery to correct their vision. Patients with nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism may benefit from this simple procedure. Today's Vision specializes in pre- and post-op exams.
    • Screening for glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration and other eye diseases - Our optometrist will keep you informed about the status of your eye disease as well as advise you on the best treatment options. 

Today's Vision Atascocita wants to be your optometrist in Humble. We are a family-oriented practice and treat everyone from children to senior adults. We accept most insurance. Our office staff is trained in how to file claims so you can rest assured you will get the most out of your benefits. To experience the leader in Humble optometry, contact us today to make an appointment: (281) 883-4774.


  • "Very professional and a pleasant visit. The Kellee Bertsch practice is very professional and a pleasant experience."
    Betty B., Humble, Texas
  • "She was very knowledgeable... My experience with Dr. Kellee Bertsch, O.D. at Today's Vision was exceptional."
    Tim Thomas, Houston, Texas
  • "Dr. Bertsch was fantastic. My experience during my 6 year old son first eye exam with Dr. Bertsch was fantastic. She explained exactly what was going on step-by-step. She took time with him when transitioning to each part of the exam. Very much appreciated"
    Bryce S., Houston, Texas
  • "Wonderful people, great doctor. She was very patient with my daughter who can be nervous unfamiliar surroundings. great place, great prices! What more can you ask for."
    Hope R., Houston, Texas
  • "Awesome treatment. Dr. Bertsch and staff are always cheerful, patient, caring and helpful."
    Michelle P., Houston, Texas

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