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Family Eye Care In Sugar Land TX

Do you require an eye exam, or do you want a fitting for contact lenses?

Are you in need of assistance with ocular disease management?

Perhaps you are interested in refractive surgery or need corneal mapping?

Sugar Land eye exam

We are pleased to offer full eye care services for your family at Texas State Optical in the First Colony, Fiesta Shopping Center. Since 1997, we’ve been serving the greater Sugar Land area, treating many residents of New Territory and First Colony.

No matter what service you call for, Dr. Robert Le, our highly qualified and experienced optometrist is waiting to take care of you and your eyes.

Our Sugar Land Eye Care Services Include:

  • Dr. Robert Le performs full eye exams for both adults and children of any age. He will verify your vision prescription as well keep watch on what your eyes indicate about your general health. A comprehensive eye exam checks for any visual problems or ocular health issues. There are many common eye conditions and diseases that can be diagnosed via a routine exam.
  • With children in particular, it is crucial to go for pediatric eye evaluations, as vision problems are common and can have a significant impact on classroom learning and cognitive development.
  • Did you know your optometrist can help you with red eyes, pink eye, or sore eyes?  You don't have to go to your primary care physician for help with these issues.
  • If you are suffering from an infection, such as “pink eye”, or you feel that a foreign body or substance is irritating your eye, please call for a consultation. Dr. Le is qualified to treat many emergency eye issues, and a trip to your primary care physician or to the hospital is not always necessary. 
  • If you have been diagnosed with Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration or Cataracts, we’ll help manage your condition in order to promote the long-term health of your eyes. We are dedicated to maintaining the quality and sharpness of your vision, and you can depend upon our professional experience and training.
  • Progressive technology is used to map the surface of your eye. This technique is used to measure your surface curvature and is important for fitting contact lenses, as well as providing information for surgical procedures.
  • Examining the retina, with its combination of structures - nerves, blood vessels and other cells - we can measure changes to catch developing eye diseases during the early, treatable stages.
  • Chronically dry eyes can make contact lenses impossibility, as well as increase your risk of corneal inflammation and eye irritation. Dry eye syndrome is caused by a deficiency in the moisture on the surface of your eye. We can provide solutions for this problem. 
  • Unlike a routine eye exam that assesses your visual system and eye health, anyone who was diagnosed with type 1 or type 2 diabetes requires an additional test for their eye exam.
  • For once in your child's life, you are entitled to a comprehensive eye exam for free, as part of this program. Between the ages of 6 and 12 months, we offer to detect potential eye and vision problems.
  • LASIK might be just what you need if you are seeking another option to replace your glasses and/or contacts!
  • Do you want more information about refractive surgeries or LASIK? We’ll meet with you to discuss your visual expectations and eye conditions. We provide full pre-operative and post-operative co-management. 
  •  Try Latisse™  for longer, thicker lashes.
  • These scans inspect your retina in order to detect any changes that may indicate the start of certain eye diseases. They allow very early diagnosis of eye conditions that are potentially damaging to your vision.
  • Full vision depends upon seeing what is on the side in addition to what’s in front of your eyes. We will assess the strength and clarity of your peripheral vision.
  • Many people discover that it’s increasingly harder to read a book that’s held too close. If this phenomenon is familiar to you, we can help. 
  • Astigmatism can generally be treated well with either eyeglasses or contact lenses. Surgery is another option for some patients. We’ll diagnose your astigmatism and help with determining the best corrective measures for you. 
  • We use the most up-to-date technology to ensure the best eye care possible. Learn about the different types of tests and equipment you may experience on a visit to our Practice.