At Texas Eye and Laser Center, we offer a wide range of eye care services, allowing our practice to cater to the needs of all of our patients. Our experienced and compassionate doctors have the skills to help you with all of your eye related problems. At Texas Eye and Laser Center we specialize in many types of treatments and surgeries, especially cataract and LASIK surgery.
Texas Eye and Laser Center is committed to offering the latest surgical and pre-op testing equipment available on the market. From LASIK eye surgery, to cataract removal, to the treatment of corneal diseases, Texas Eye and Laser Center offers the most high-tech equipment available. Our doctors had the first LASIK center in Fort Worth and are always up-to-date on the newest and best treatments and technologies. We're offering our patients the latest advances in cataract lens technology including the Symfony Lens®, Symfony Toric®, ReSTOR®, Tecnis Multifocal® IOL and Crystalens® Implants. If you are looking for Fort Worth's leading experts in eye care, LASIK, and cataract surgery, then call us today! Our experienced surgeons are your source for laser eye surgery in Dallas and Fort Worth.
The surgeons at Texas Eye and Laser Center are among the most experienced and well trained in the entire country. Together they have performed thousands of surgical and laser vision correction procedures. Dr. Brian Ranelle is board-certified by the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Our vision correction surgeons are fellowship-trained, having completed extensive training as eye surgery specialists. We have been awarded Top Doctor by Fort Worth Magazine for our LASIK and Cataract procedures 17 years in a row.
LASIK Quick Facts
LASIK is the world’s most popular laser vision correction procedure
LASIK is used to treat nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism
LASIK typically takes less than 10 minutes per eye, while the laser itself takes less than 1 minute per eye
The LASIK procedure does not hurt, but patients may experience some eye pressure afterward
In most cases, LASIK provides permanent results
Candidates for LASIK are over 18, have generally healthy eyes, and are not nursing or pregnant
Cataract Surgery Quick Facts
A cataract is the clouding of the eye’s lens, often resulting from aging or trauma to the eye
Cataract surgery is the most common medical procedure in the U.S.
There is little to no discomfort during cataract surgery
Most patients experience a great improvement in vision following cataract surgery
In most cases, complications or side-effects from cataract surgery can be managed with medication
Candidates for cataract surgery are typically over the age of 40 and are experiencing some or all of the following symptoms: blurred vision, faded colors, halos and glare around bright lights, light sensitivity, double vision, and difficulty seeing at night
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