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6424 E. Riverpark Dr.
Sugar Land, TX 77479

Hours of Operation
Mon – Thurs 8AM – 5PM
Fri 8AM – 2PM

For the Best in

Sugar Land Eye Care

Welcome to Mann Eye Institute in Sugar Land, Texas. For decades we have provided the best in patient care, overall eye health, and vision correction. Mann Eye Institute is a comprehensive optometry and ophthalmology practice with Sugar Land eye doctors who are accepting new patients and are ready to provide exceptional eye care. Whether you require eye surgery or an eye exam, we have the experience and reputation to provide high-quality service.

We are excited to be able to offer a best in class eye care service by the professional optometrists and ophthalmologists at Mann Eye Institute from our Sugar Land location. From eye exams to fitting you with the perfect pair of glasses or contact lenses, our team is dedicated to meeting all your vision care requirements.

Scheduling Sugar Land Eye Exams With Mann Eye Institute

Comprehensive eye exams are extremely important for your overall eye health and preservation of your sight. It is common for many people to not know what to expect at an eye exam, and that’s OK. The eye doctors at Mann Eye Institute know exactly what to do and will guide you through the process. You may need to have your eyes dilated during your eye exam. This will depend on the reason for your exam, your age, your overall health and your risk of eye diseases.

During a dilated eye exam, special eye drops will be used to widen your pupils, allowing more light to enter your eyes. This provides your eye doctor with a clearer and more comprehensive view of the inside and back of your eyes, enabling them to thoroughly assess your eye health. Dilation can help with diagnosis of dangerous eye diseases before they become harmful to your vision.

How to Prepare for your

Eye Exam in Sugar land

  • Remove eye makeup prior to your eye exam
  • Be sure to bring your medical health and eye insurance information
  • New patients are encouraged to print and fill out medical forms
  • Be prepared to discuss any health problems and/or allergies
  • What are your previous eye diseases?
  • Family history of eye disease (This is important for eye diseases like glaucoma)
  • Prescription and over-the-counter drugs you are taking
  • List of sports/hobbies in which you participate
  • For new patients, bring all glasses and contact lenses

Does Mann Eye Institute Perform Child Eye Exams?

Some experts estimate that approximately 5 percent to 10 percent of pre-school aged kids and 25 percent of school-aged children have vision problems. According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), all children should have their eyes examined. Young children without vision problems or risk factors for eye or vision problems should then continue to have their eyes examined at least every two years throughout school.

What Do Our Patients Say?

What is the Difference Between an Optometrist and Ophthalmologist?

At Mann Eye Institute, our team of eye care professionals includes both optometrists and ophthalmologists. It is normal to be confused as to how these types of eye doctors differ. To better understand the differences between optometrists and ophthalmologists, you can think of optometrists as primary eye care providers and ophthalmologists as specialized eye surgeons.

The Front Line of Care for

Your Total Eye Health

Optometrists work at the primary care level and often perform diagnosis and preparation for treatment planning. It is common for Optometrists to diagnose nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia. Then, they can determine if glasses or contact lenses, or perhaps some type of laser vision correction, will help provide you with clear vision. It is also common for optometrists to treat conjunctivitis, blepharitis, dry eye syndrome and can even diagnose glaucoma.

Optometrists need a Doctor of Optometry degree, which requires the completion of a four-year program at an accredited optometry school, preceded by at least three years of pre-optometric study (biology, chemistry, physics, english, mathematics) at an accredited college or university.

What Are Common Tasks Performed by Optometrists?

  • They routinely perform eye exams and vision testing
  • They very frequently prescribe and dispense glasses and contact lenses
  • Analyze and detect certain eye abnormalities
  • They also very often prescribe medications for certain eye diseases
  • Sometimes they perform vision therapy and also work with myopia management
  • Evaluate secondary eye conditions associated with systemic diseases
  • They often perform contact lens exams and fittings

Let’s Discuss Ophthalmologists Next

Ophthalmologists are medical eye doctors who perform eye surgery and can often work in conjunction with Optometrists. Ophthalmologists perform a wide variety if eye surgery including cornea surgery, corneal transplants, LASIK eye surgery, cataract surgery, retina surgery, glaucoma surgery, eyelid surgery and more. Our Sugar Land eye care patients are often referred to our ophthalmologists by optometrists when a surgical need arises or if there’s concern about a potential eye disease or condition present.

If you are seeing an Ophthalmologist at our Sugar Land eye care location, you can rest assured you are seeing an expert on all things eye care related. Our Sugar Land Ophthalmologists treat with both non-surgical and surgical methods, but not all ophthalmologists are the same. Ophthalmologists often specialize in one or more specific areas of eye care. There are numerous subspecialties within ophthalmology, and most ophthalmologists focus their expertise on a select few. For instance, the skill set of a LASIK eye surgeon differs significantly from that of a retina specialist, as each subspecialty requires unique knowledge and training.

Rigorous Ophthalmology Training

The Ophthalmology education path is very involved and includes 4 years of college, 4 years of medical school, and 4-5 years of postgraduate training, often involving residency, internship and fellowship training.

Our Eye Surgerons

Hours of Operation

Monday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Wednesday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Thursday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Friday: 8:00am – 2:00pm

Rigorous Ophthalmology Training

Conveniently located off of Highway 59 and 99 Grand Parkway, Mann Eye Institute’s new Grand Parkway Surgery Center location in Sugar Land is home to a vast array of vision correction options. We offer All-Laser LASIK at our Sugar Land office, as well as pre-and post-operative visits for laser cataract surgery patients, general eye care services, eye exams and more.

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The Mann Eye Institute is a leading eye care facility with seventeen locations in Humble, West Humble, Houston, Central Austin, North Austin, Sugar Land, Katy, Spring, The Woodlands, Livingston, Bay City, Pearland, Baytown, Tomball and Cleveland, Texas. With various locations in the Houston and Austin areas we can provide the full continuum of care, including; designer eyewear and eye care needs, LASIK eye surgery, cataract surgery, premium lens implants and dry eye treatment options. If you are seeking expert eye doctors in Texas contact us today!

Copperfield Office
6860 Highway 6 North, Ste. A
Houston, TX 77084
(281) 500-9605

Pearland Office
10223 Broadway St., Ste. J
Pearland, TX 77584
(281) 971-9332

Spring Office
2616 FM 2920 Ste. I
Spring, TX 77388
(281) 353-8300

Tomball Office
14079 FM 2920
Tomball, TX 77377
(346) 701-4029

Katy Office
750 Westgreen Blvd.
Katy, TX 77450
(281) 392-3937

Humble - Deerbrook Office
9802 FM 1960 W, Ste. 110
Humble, Texas 77338
(281) 446-9333

Sugar Land Office
6424 E. Riverpark Dr.
Sugar Land, TX 77479
(713) 580-2525

Humble - S. Memorial Office
18850 S. Memorial Blvd.
Humble, TX 77338
(281) 446-7900

Livingston Office
1601 US-59 Loop North, Ste. 100
Livingston, Texas 77351
(936) 327-3937

Cleveland Office
429 West Southline
Cleveland, TX 77327
(281) 592-4343

Bay City Office
3612 Avenue F
Bay City, TX 77414
(979) 244-1450

Baytown Office
4750 East Freeway
Baytown, TX 77521
(281) 421-2020

South Austin Office
2600 Via Fortuna, Ste. 400
Austin, TX 78746
(512) 327-4123

North Austin Office
4314 W. Braker Lane Ste. 215
Austin, TX 78759
(512) 200-3937

Sun City Office
1530 Sun City Blvd., Ste. 150
Georgetown, TX 78633
(512) 327-3792

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