LASIK Houston

One of the biggest reasons people choose to have refractive surgery or ‘laser vision correction’ surgery is due to a decrease in night vision, especially driving at night.

When you feel you are unable to drive at night,  you feel like you are losing your independence.  We see this quite a bit with cataract patients as well. Things are not serious until they cannot drive at night and are stuck with tasking their partners or a friend with any post sunset activities.  Outside of just blur, a decrease in night vision can include glare and halos around lights also making it difficult  to drive.

Countless people have gotten behind the wheel at night when they shouldn’t have due to deteriorating vision.

So, if you have some night vision issues, what are the options?

  1. Glasses/Contacts
  3. EVO ICL
  4. Refractive Lens Exchange

Click on the links above to read about the options on our website but keep in mind that only your physician can truly determine the best course of action for your treatment.

They should to look at your eyes carefully, perform the latest diagnostic tests and then walk through the key components of your quality of vision with you.

If you or a loved one has noted that your vision has deteriorated and that your night vision has been affected, please do not hesitate to reach out to us via email at or call us at 713-626-5544 to set up an appointment and have our specialists determine what your best options are to get you seeing well at all times.