Le Eye Institute
6002 Rogerdale Suite 150
Houston, Texas 77072
Mon: 8:45am – 5pm
Tues: 8:45am – 5pm
Wed: 8:45am – 1pm (office open until 5pm)
Thurs: 8:45am – 5pm
Friday: 9am-1pm (business hours only, no clinic)
Ophthalmologist in Houston, Texas
Located in Houston, Texas, Dr. Hung Le and his team offer patients a fully stocked optical shop with current designer eyewear brands as well as a variety of comprehensive eye care & treatment options.
Eye Care & Eye Doctors in Houston, Texas
LASIK is a widely performed procedure that reshapes your cornea to reduce or eliminate your need for glasses, contact lenses and correct refractive errors like nearsightedness, farsightedness, & astigmatism. Dr. Hung Le has been practicing for over ten years and has quickly risen to the top as one of the Houston Metro areas leading LASIK and vision correction specialists. However, not everyone who wants LASIK may be right for it; if you’re curious about whether or not you’re a candidate for LASIK, take our Online LASIK Self-Test today!
For many people, cataracts are a natural part of aging. However, cataracts can lead to blurry vision, sensitivity to glares, and eventually, vision loss. Luckily, cataracts can be effectively treated through cataract surgery. Cataract surgery is when your eye’s natural lens is replaced with an artificial one called an intraocular lens or IOL. Depending on which IOL you choose, your vision could be better than ever! Take our Online Cataract Self-Test to find out if Cataract Surgery is right for you!
Diabetic retinopathy is a disease that can emerge out of severely high levels of sugar in the blood. This disease shows no symptoms until damage has occurred to the vision. Unfortunately, the treatment offered for diabetic retinopathy can only slow or stop the disease from progressing any further. Diabetic retinopathy can eventually lead to blindness, which is why it’s so important to get your eyes regularly checked if you are living with diabetes.
Eye Exams are highly crucial because they are the only way to determine whether or not you’re developing a vision disease. Some vision diseases don’t show symptoms until irreversible damage has already occurred. So having routine eye exams is the only way to ensure that a progressing condition does not compromise your vision.
Pterygium is a fleshy tissue growth that can begin to grow on your cornea. If it grows large enough, it can compromise your vision. It is believed that pterygium is caused by exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun and dust and wind. The best way to avoid pterygium is to wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from UV light, using artificial tears when your eyes are dry, and protecting your eyes from dust and wind by wearing glasses or goggles.
Glaucoma occurs when the drainage canal in the eye is blocked; this results in fluid staying in the eye that increases the pressure of the eye, which can damage the optic nerve. Unfortunately, the damage done by glaucoma is irreversible; however, medicine and surgery can work to stop glaucoma from progressing. The best way to stay ahead of glaucoma is by having routine eye exams to ensure that you’re not developing glaucoma or to catch it before it progresses to the point of irreversible damage.
We offer premium eyeglasses and contact lenses tailored to your prescription and style. We also offer glasses and goggles that are perfect for returning to everyday life after a surgery procedure like LASIK or Cataract Surgery. Along with eyeglasses, we also provide the latest in sunglasses. So let one of our optometrists find you your next favorite pair of glasses or contacts today!