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Refractive Errors Surgeries Explained: A Comparison between PRK and LASIK

Many patients visit us to receive LASIK Surgery at our Fort Worth and Hurst locations. In most cases, individuals have already considered options and decided that LASIK is best for their lifestyle, but it’s important to examine various options and differences between other surgical interventions. Texas Eye and Laser would like to give you a… Read More


Optimizing Your Vision During Your Cataract Procedure

At Texas Eye and Laser Center, Dr. Brian Ranelle and Dr. Jerry Hu use a variety of advanced technologies that can enhance the quality of your vision after your cataract procedure, and even reduce the chances of you needing eyeglasses. One of these innovative options is SmartVision, a proven state-of-the-art analysis that provides your surgeon… Read More


Valentine’s Day – Love What You See!

Happy Valentine’s Day from Texas Eye and Laser Center! 2 days to go – have you figured out what you’re getting your significant other? More and more frequently, we encounter couples who decided to give each other LASIK for Christmas or Valentine’s Day. We find that a lot of people run through the same presents… Read More


Let Your New Year’s Resolution Be 20/20!

Happy New Year! Texas Eye and Laser Center wants to help you celebrate your new year with new vision! Set your New Year’s Resolution to high resolution with advanced All-Laser LASIK! The biggest obstacle patients face with laser vision correction is, inevitably, price. But check this out: Texas Eye and Laser Center is (for a… Read More


Give the Gift of LASIK!

The best part of Christmas is giving someone something that they like. If it’s for mom, it’s thoughtful. If it’s for dad, it’s practical. If it’s for a sibling, it’s cool. But there is a way to give a present that is great for almost everyone – the gift of LASIK! All-Laser LASIK at Texas… Read More


Ocular Allergies this Holiday Season

The recent cold spell has left a lot of people bleary-eyed. As cold winds blow over North Texas, it’s not uncommon to have some changes in the way your eyes feel. Your eyes may specifically feel dry, itchy, and may even look slightly red. These symptoms are frequently caused by ocular allergies around this time… Read More


Dry Eye and Winter

Many patients have ocular allergies that tend to worsen in the winter. However, some of these patients may be self-diagnosed, and in fact have a different condition: evaporative dry eye. With evaporative dry eye, the oil layer of the eye is compromised (either too thin or otherwise dysfunctional), allowing the eye’s moisture to leave the… Read More


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Are You a LASIK Candidate?
> Take the Online Self-Test
Are You a cataract surgery Candidate?
> TAKE THE ONLINE SELF-TEST
Understand the cost of LASIK
> USE OUR LASIK SAVINGS CALCULATOR