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Dr. Mark Vital Discusses Fuchs’ Dystrophy

What is Fuchs’ Dystrophy? In this video from Houston Eye Associates’ Dr. Mark C. Vital, Dr. Vital discusses Fuchs’ Dystrophy, a genetic vision disorder that impacts the innermost cells of the cornea. Fuchs’ dystrophy causes the cells of the cornea to die and stop functioning properly. These cells, which are responsible for pumping fluid out… Read More


What is a light adjustable lens?

The Light Adjustable Lens by RxSight is an extremely exciting advancement in cataract surgery! Imaging standing on the tee box of par five hole at The River Oaks Country Club and hitting the ball within 1 foot of the hole; an amazing shot for sure!  That precision is similar to the precision of most cataract… Read More


Dr. Vital is now seeing patients in Sugar Land!

Dr. Vital is now seeing patients in Sugar Land.  If you live in the southwest area of Houston, Sugar Land, Fulshear, Richmond, or Rosenberg, Dr. Vital can now see you closer to home in the Houston Eye Associates Sugar Land Flour Daniel location.  If you are experiencing problems with blurred vision or uncomfortable eyes, we can help… Read More


How do I stop itchy eyes?

Itchy Eyes We all want to stop itchy eyes. Itchy eyes are a hallmark of allergic conjunctivitis. Eye rubbing is that uncontrollable urge that makes your eyes feel better in the short term, but worse in the long term. Rubbing stimulates rubbing. Allergies are your immune system trying to protect you from foreign substances. Immune… Read More


Can you explain my eye tests? More than just reading letters.

There are many types of eye tests to detect problems.  Ophthalmologists have to find the problems before we can know what treatments will work best. Cornea Tests Photos:  used to document the appearance, size, and location of eye structures in the front of the eye. Corneal Topography:  used to map the clarity, shape, curves, and… Read More


What is viral pink eye (Adenovirus)?

Viral conjunctivitis is usually due to a virus called adenovirus. The case shown here is an example of the progression of viral pink eye over the course of just 2 weeks. What most people refer to as “pink eye” is really bacterial conjunctivitis which can be treated with antibiotics. Viral conjunctivitis tends to be must… Read More


My Online Clinic: Houston Eye Associates / Dr. Vital

Understanding Our Patient Portal: My Online Clinic My Online Clinic My Online Clinic allows our office to communicate with you securely. The best way to create an account is to respond to the email we send you after an appointment which contains a link that takes you to the patient portal. You can also visit… Read More