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Optometrists in Houston, TX

Optometrists in Houston

Use ZocDoc when you need a prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses, a glaucoma screening, or treatment for an eye infection. From the Greater Fifth Ward and Central Houston to Hyde Park, you can find a qualified Houston optometrist and see whether the doctor you are considering participates in your insurance. You can also read verified doctor reviews to help you make your next vision care appointment.

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1111 Medical Plaza Dr.
The Woodlands, TX 77380
28.84 miles
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192 Gulf Freeway South
League City, TX 77573
23.54 miles
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1251 Pin Oak Road
Katy, TX 77494
27.26 miles
My visit was phenomenal. Dr. Li is highly attentive, well mannered, patient, and he was open for a conversation with me that allowed me to fully express my concerns about my sight in a manner that left me with no concerns about my health issue as it relates to his specific specialization. I left fully vested and confident about my health, now and going forward, because he didn't rush me, ignore my questions and concerns, and he explains everything exceptionally well. He didn't try to make me inferior by using frequent medical jargon fit for his colleagues or the medical board, nor did he try to make me look like an imbecile by using jargon fit for a 2 year old. Dr. Li cares, respected me and my time, he gave me undivided attention, displays impressive medical skills, maintains an immaculate office, has an excellent location, and to put the icing on the cake his assistant is the best of the best. Think about that for a moment. The best of the best. Very personable, intuitive, exceptionally patient, skilled, funny, helpful, not pushy, and she is highly attentive. I didn't have a wait time either. My family and i were greeted immediately upon entering the office. What's really neat is that Dr. Li is an opthamologist and I would would say that the majority of people that go to the eye doctor probably go no more than 2 to 3 times per year if that. Dr. Li's assistant recognized every person who walked in the door and she remembered their names. I must say it really makes you feel good when you have to spend your valuable time and hard earned money with a place of business and they remember your name. When you take the time to remember someone's name its validation and confirmation that you have made a quality choice, and you have no problems patronizing them. It says that you are worth their time and they are worth yours. AWESOME! I feel lucky; my doctor for life.