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ON MAY 4

We are taking walk-ins and
emergency appointments.
Please call in Advance.

In response to recent COVID-19 concerns, we are writing to assure our clients we are taking the recommended precautions and following CDC guidelines.

-1 hr office sterile cleaning between patients
-1 to 2 patients in office at a time

Additional Precautionary Measures Request an Appointment

  • School is starting soon, call us to schedule your eye exam today!
  • We provide advance technology screening for your eye problems.
    Glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, and dry eyes.
  • We are dedicated to provide the best contact lenses you need.
    Call us today to set an contact lens appointment.


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Make Lone Star Vision Your Choice for Optometry in Beaumont

You use your eyes every day for your entire life. However, too many people neglect regular eye exams. Don't make this mistake. Find an optometrist in Beaumont, like Lone Star Vision, that offers professional and caring services. We are in the business of caring for the vision of all our patients. Let us take care of your eyes, too. 


Why You Need a Good Relationship with Your Eye Doctor

Visiting an optometrist should not only happen when you have a problem with your vision. Eye doctors can spot problems with your health before you have noticeable symptoms. For instance, an optometrist can see signs of diabetes during regular eye exams even if you don't have a primary physician's diagnosis of this condition.

Even if you have good general health, your eyes will change over time. Many eye problems start in adulthood and worsen with age. For instance, cataracts and glaucoma can appear as you get older. While our office routinely screens for glaucoma during regular eye exams, you may consider having optical coherence tomography (OCT) to examine your eyes for signs of diabetes or macular degeneration.

Having routine eye exams also makes it possible for an eye doctor to see if your vision has any changes. While you may not notice subtle changes over time, an optometrist will, based on your previous exam results.

Services We Offer

As a fully outfitted optometry facility, we provide a range of services to care for your eyes. Our services include the following:

About Our Optometrist, Dr. Mark Johnson

Since 1991, Dr. Mark Johnson has served the people of southeast Texas. He has worked at a variety of well-known eye clinics over the years before opening his own practice, Lone Star Vision, in Beaumont. Here in Beaumont, he has earned the ranking of one of the top three eye doctors in the city.

As a professional optometrist, Dr. Johnson meticulously examines your eyes and explains every step of the process and his findings. He is very open to questions you have about your vision or the eye exam, so feel free to ask him during your appointment.

Make Your Appointment to Visit Our Practice of Optometry in Beaumont

If you have questions about our practice, our services, payment options, or anything else, contact our office in Beaumont at (409) 896-5700. We can also schedule appointments for eye exams at this number. If you prefer to make your appointment request online, we also offer that service.

No matter how you contact us, we are looking forward to seeing you at Lone Star Vision.


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Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Mark Johnson

    Lone Star Vision's optometrist, Dr. Johnson was born and raised in Houston, Texas, where he once enjoyed playing his electric guitar, riding his Harley-Davidson, drinking iced tea, and going to the shooting range. After he grew up and out of that, he got serious with other things...like optometry.

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Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

    Today I had a tremendous eye exam with Dr. Johnson. He has an excellent knowledge of the eye and took much time to explain to me the current condition of my eye and what to look for in the future. He did not rush me through the exam (as many doctors do) but performed a more thorough exam than I have ever had. I would recommend Dr. Johnson to anyone looking for good eye care. Great job, Dr. Johnson!

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    Today I had a tremendous eye exam with Dr. Johnson. He has an excellent knowledge of the eye and took much time to explain to me the current condition of my eye and what to look for in the future. He did not rush me through the exam (as many doctors do) but performed a more thorough exam than I have ever had. I would recommend Dr. Johnson to anyone looking for good eye care. Great job, Dr. Johnson!

    Steve B., 3/20/2019

    I and my family have been served by Dr. Johnson for at least 12 years; he is very calm, patient and knowledgeable.   No matter how busy he is, he is willing to stop and take his time to answer any questions or concerns.  Highly recommended! 

    Laura S., 11/18/2017

    Dr. Johnson REALLY knows about eye problems.  In 2000, he realized the problem I had of not being able to see clearly with my right eye could not be solved with glasses. I only learned recently that what was wrong with my eye is pretty rare. He referred me to an ophthalmologist in Houston who burnt off the top layer of skin over my pupil with a laser. I had to wear a contact lens until it healed. I was told that the eye surgery was a therapeutic keratotomy for anterior membrane dystrophy, a PTK/PRK procedure. The exact same thing happened to my left eye in 2005. I just know I went from not being able to see clearly no matter the lenses used in the eye exam to being able to see perfectly fine with glasses. Then six years after having cataract surgery on my right eye, I couldn't see clearly with it no matter the setting that Dr. Johnson tried.  Dr. Johnson referred me to an ophthalmologist in Beaumont who also used a laser to fix the problem. I had a question about something he said about the procedure, but just didn't feel that he wanted to be asked any questions. About a month later, I went back to Dr. Johnson to test the vision in my right eye because I still need glasses.  When he learned that my surgery had only been done one month before, he told me that it would take 3 months for it to fully heal which would possibly (probably - I don't remember which word he used) affect my vision. So, if he tested my vision and I got glasses now, I might not see clearly a couple of months later.  He said he wasn't going to charge me anything.    I'm a curious person and want to learn what I can, especially when it has to do with me and my family. I asked him what I didn't ask the ophthalmologist in Beaumont.  Dr. Johnson answered my question with no hesitation.  It is pleasing to me that when he has the time, he seems to really enjoy explaining things about the eyes, has books that illustrates that information.                      

    If you want a very thorough, competent vision test, then have Dr. Mark Johnson do it. As far as I'm concerned, you won't find anyone better, in all the aspects I've mentioned, as he is.

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    Dr. Johnson REALLY knows about eye problems.  In 2000, he realized the problem I had of not being able to see clearly with my right eye could not be solved with glasses. I only learned recently that what was wrong with my eye is pretty rare. He referred me to an ophthalmologist in Houston who burnt off the top layer of skin over my pupil with a laser. I had to wear a contact lens until it healed. I was told that the eye surgery was a therapeutic keratotomy for anterior membrane dystrophy, a PTK/PRK procedure. The exact same thing happened to my left eye in 2005. I just know I went from not being able to see clearly no matter the lenses used in the eye exam to being able to see perfectly fine with glasses. Then six years after having cataract surgery on my right eye, I couldn't see clearly with it no matter the setting that Dr. Johnson tried.  Dr. Johnson referred me to an ophthalmologist in Beaumont who also used a laser to fix the problem. I had a question about something he said about the procedure, but just didn't feel that he wanted to be asked any questions. About a month later, I went back to Dr. Johnson to test the vision in my right eye because I still need glasses.  When he learned that my surgery had only been done one month before, he told me that it would take 3 months for it to fully heal which would possibly (probably - I don't remember which word he used) affect my vision. So, if he tested my vision and I got glasses now, I might not see clearly a couple of months later.  He said he wasn't going to charge me anything.    I'm a curious person and want to learn what I can, especially when it has to do with me and my family. I asked him what I didn't ask the ophthalmologist in Beaumont.  Dr. Johnson answered my question with no hesitation.  It is pleasing to me that when he has the time, he seems to really enjoy explaining things about the eyes, has books that illustrates that information.                      

    If you want a very thorough, competent vision test, then have Dr. Mark Johnson do it. As far as I'm concerned, you won't find anyone better, in all the aspects I've mentioned, as he is.

    Elaine O., 4/22/2017

    Professional, patient, and good communication. Informative to let customers understand the needs and available treatments so you can make sound decision based on professional recommendation. I had great experience every time as over 10+yr patient.

    Clint Z., 3/8/2016

    I and my family members of 5 have been patients with Dr. Johnson for many years. We live in Houston, but because of his professional knowledge and special care he shows to his patients, we always keep him as our eye doctor. He also is gentle and very patiently answers your questions, and explains in detail till you understand and are satisfied. I highly recommend him to anyone who is looking for eye care! 

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    I and my family members of 5 have been patients with Dr. Johnson for many years. We live in Houston, but because of his professional knowledge and special care he shows to his patients, we always keep him as our eye doctor. He also is gentle and very patiently answers your questions, and explains in detail till you understand and are satisfied. I highly recommend him to anyone who is looking for eye care! 

    Sukon C. 3/7/2016

    In his new location, Dr. Johnson's excellent care is even more accessible.  I have been seeing him for two decades and his service has always been flawless.  His practice has state of the art equipment and he takes the time to thoroughly explain the health of your eyes and what sort of corrective lenses would be best.  Even though I have to drive from Houston to see Dr. Johnson, it is worth the trip.

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    In his new location, Dr. Johnson's excellent care is even more accessible.  I have been seeing him for two decades and his service has always been flawless.  His practice has state of the art equipment and he takes the time to thoroughly explain the health of your eyes and what sort of corrective lenses would be best.  Even though I have to drive from Houston to see Dr. Johnson, it is worth the trip.

    Boris W., 2/20/2016

    Dr. Johnson's service was excellent! His staff is very very nice. I had no waiting time and he was very thorough in all the exams I had done. I was very very pleased with his service, knowledge, and professionalism. For anyone looking for an Optometrist I would highly recommend him.

    Martha G., 2/20/2016

    Dr. Johnson is a great listener and really takes his time with my eye exam.  He explains options thoroughly. His staff is pleasant, and I have never waited long for my appointment.  I like his new location; it is relaxing and pleasant away from the mall traffic.

    Deborah O., 2/13/2016

    I have been going to Dr. Johnson for probably a decade now. Nothing but best service. He is very knowledgeable and personable through the whole examination. He always answers all of my questions, takes his time, and gives me all the information to make solid decisions. I moved to Houston and I still make the trip there. 5 stars for Dr. Johnson.

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    I have been going to Dr. Johnson for probably a decade now. Nothing but best service. He is very knowledgeable and personable through the whole examination. He always answers all of my questions, takes his time, and gives me all the information to make solid decisions. I moved to Houston and I still make the trip there. 5 stars for Dr. Johnson.

    Sam L., 2/11/2016

    Dr. Johnson REALLY knows about eye problems.  In 2000, he realized the problem I had of not being able to see clearly with my right eye could not be solved with glasses. I only learned recently that what was wrong with my eye is pretty rare. He referred me to an ophthalmologist in Houston who burnt off the top layer of skin over my pupil with a laser. I had to wear a contact lens until it healed. I was told that the eye surgery was a therapeutic keratotomy for anterior membrane dystrophy, a PTK/PRK procedure. The exact same thing happened to my left eye in 2005. I just know I went from not being able to see clearly no matter the lenses used in the eye exam to being able to see perfectly fine with glasses. Then six years after having cataract surgery on my right eye, I couldn't see clearly with it no matter the setting that Dr. Johnson tried.  Dr. Johnson referred me to an ophthalmologist in Beaumont who also used a laser to fix the problem. I had a question about something he said about the procedure, but just didn't feel that he wanted to be asked any questions. About a month later, I went back to Dr. Johnson to test the vision in my right eye because I still need glasses.  When he learned that my surgery had only been done one month before, he told me that it would take 3 months for it to fully heal which would possibly (probably - I don't remember which word he used) affect my vision. So, if he tested my vision and I got glasses now, I might not see clearly a couple of months later.  He said he wasn't going to charge me anything.    I'm a curious person and want to learn what I can, especially when it has to do with me and my family. I asked him what I didn't ask the ophthalmologist in Beaumont.  Dr. Johnson answered my question with no hesitation.  It is pleasing to me that when he has the time, he seems to really enjoy explaining things about the eyes, has books that illustrates that information.                       

    If you want a very thorough, competent vision test, then have Dr. Mark Johnson do it. As far as I'm concerned, you won't find anyone better, in all the aspects I've mentioned, as he is.

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    Dr. Johnson REALLY knows about eye problems.  In 2000, he realized the problem I had of not being able to see clearly with my right eye could not be solved with glasses. I only learned recently that what was wrong with my eye is pretty rare. He referred me to an ophthalmologist in Houston who burnt off the top layer of skin over my pupil with a laser. I had to wear a contact lens until it healed. I was told that the eye surgery was a therapeutic keratotomy for anterior membrane dystrophy, a PTK/PRK procedure. The exact same thing happened to my left eye in 2005. I just know I went from not being able to see clearly no matter the lenses used in the eye exam to being able to see perfectly fine with glasses. Then six years after having cataract surgery on my right eye, I couldn't see clearly with it no matter the setting that Dr. Johnson tried.  Dr. Johnson referred me to an ophthalmologist in Beaumont who also used a laser to fix the problem. I had a question about something he said about the procedure, but just didn't feel that he wanted to be asked any questions. About a month later, I went back to Dr. Johnson to test the vision in my right eye because I still need glasses.  When he learned that my surgery had only been done one month before, he told me that it would take 3 months for it to fully heal which would possibly (probably - I don't remember which word he used) affect my vision. So, if he tested my vision and I got glasses now, I might not see clearly a couple of months later.  He said he wasn't going to charge me anything.    I'm a curious person and want to learn what I can, especially when it has to do with me and my family. I asked him what I didn't ask the ophthalmologist in Beaumont.  Dr. Johnson answered my question with no hesitation.  It is pleasing to me that when he has the time, he seems to really enjoy explaining things about the eyes, has books that illustrates that information.                       

    If you want a very thorough, competent vision test, then have Dr. Mark Johnson do it. As far as I'm concerned, you won't find anyone better, in all the aspects I've mentioned, as he is.

    Elaine O., 4/22/2017

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Monday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-3:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-3:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed