Welcome to Twenty20 Vision Center
Your Optometrist in Friendswood, TX

Call us at (281) 648-1910 today.

Welcome To Twenty 20 Vision Center in Friendswood, TX

Twenty 20 Vision is your optometrist in Friendswood that you can rely on.  Dr. Reagan Ratcliff grew up in Friendswood, graduating from Friendswood High School and getting his B.A. at Texas A&M University in College Station. He went on to receive doctorate in optometry at University of Houston College of Optometry, where he graduated with honors. He has a strong commitment to serving residents throughout Friendswood, and believes in providing optimal care for every member of the family.

Dr. Unnati Chotai obtained her B.A. at Texas A&M University in College Station and her doctorate at University of Houston College of Optometry. She has developed a specialty in contact lenses and orthoakeratology. She joins Dr. Ratcliff in providing great quality vision care for patients throughout Friendswood and surrounding towns. Here some of the services they offer!

Comprehensive Vision and Eye Exams

A comprehensive vision and eye exam includes vision testing and a careful look at the structure of your eye to determine if there are any structural problems. 

Contact lens Exams & Fittings

When you want to wear contact lenses, our eye doctor will determine the right prescription for your vision needs and measure your eyes so that your contact lenses fit properly. 

Prescription Eyeglasses & Sunglasses

If you need eyeglasses or sunglasses, we provide eyewear for all of your work and leisure needs.

Our office also offers:

  • LASIK eye surgery for vision correction options without using corrective lenses.
  • Treatment for computer vision problems that can cause blurry vision, eye strain, headaches, neck and shoulder pain.

At Twenty 20 Vision Center, we want your vision to be as best as it can be. When you get routine eye exams, you can catch any eye problems early before they become a bigger problem. If you are having a vision emergency, call our office right away and we will be able to see you immediately if necessary. If you wear corrective lenses already, you may need a yearly vision exam to make sure you are wearing the right prescription for your eyes.

For individuals who don't wear corrective lenses, an eye exam every other year is still recommended to keep your eyes healthy. If you experience any vision changes, call for an appointment right away so that we can address the problem.

Call for an Appointment with Your Optometrist in Friendswood Now

Twenty 20 Vision Center is ready to meet all of your vision needs in Friendswood and the surrounding area. Call our office today at (281) 648-1910 and set up an appointment for an initial consultation. Keep your eyes healthy and Clear with us!

Dr. Reagan Ratcliff
Friendswood Optometrist | Twenty20 Vision Center | (281) 648-1910
105 E. Parkwood Avenue
Friendswood, TX 77546

Meet The Optometrists

  • Dr.
    Reagan Ratcliff
    Dr. Reagan Ratcliff was raised in Friendswood, TX and graduated from Friendswood High School as the American Legion Male in 2005. After high school, Dr. Ratcliff attended Texas A&M University in College Station and graduated with a major in Biology and a minor in Chemistry.
  • Dr.
    Unnati Chotai

    Dr. Chotai grew up in the Clear Lake and Friendswood areas and is a graduate of Clear Brook High School. She attended Texas A&M University in College Station (Go Aggies!) and majored in Nutritional Sciences.




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