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The Coronavirus Pandemic

Our country has been attacked by a highly infectious Coronavirus that has spread to over 150 countries worldwide.  Over 1,000,000 people have been infected in the world and over 250,000 in the U.S.  The first COVID-19 case was reported on December 8th, 2019 in Wuhan, China.  It was reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) […]

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Is SMILE or LASIK worth it? Comparing total costs

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First, let’s acknowledge the most obvious fact: Laser vision correction options such as LASIK and SMILE are not inexpensive, especially if you’re investing in quality technology, experienced surgeons and a proven laser program (As you should!). Your eyes are precious, and laser vision correction is not the best place for bargain-hunting! So what should you […]

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11 Reasons to schedule a cataract screening

There are many reasons to schedule a cataract screening. Here are 11 of our favorites! Lower your risk of falling Studies have shown a decrease in the number of falls suffered by patients after cataract surgery. via GIPHY Improve Nighttime Vision Lens replacement can dramatically improve your nighttime vision, because worsening vision in dim lighting, including […]

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SMILE: The next generation of laser vision correction is here!

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Whether PRK, LASIK or SMILE is the laser vision correction best suited for you and your lifestyle, your vision for the future can be less dependent on glasses. PRK and LASIK procedures have been helping U.S. patients see more clearly without glasses or contacts since the mid-1990s. We are excited to tell you about the […]

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Cataract Awareness and Screenings

June is Cataract Awareness Month. The American Academy of Ophthalmology challenges eye professionals across the U.S. to educate their patients on cataracts, cataract symptoms, and options to remove cataracts. We are taking it one step further by offering FREE cataract screenings to new patients through June! What does a cataract screening entail? Read on to […]

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Glaucoma: The Unseen Danger to Eye Health and Vision

The diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma have never been better. Special testing and new treatments now allow us to recognize this common eye disease at earlier stages. New treatments allow better control and prevention of visual loss in most cases. Despite these advances, 50% of Americans with glaucoma don’t know they have this potentially blinding […]

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Modern Cataract Surgery

 Written by Brian D. Ranelle, D.O. Modern cataract surgery is not only about restoring your vision; it is also about restoring your quality of life and health. Today, patients have options to customize their cataract procedures. This allows us to meet the patient’s visual needs beyond cataract removal. Using advanced technology and lifestyle lens implants, […]

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Frequently Asked Questions about Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Therapy for Dry Eye

Although benign, chronic dry eye syndrome is a bothersome condition that can affect everyday life. If left untreated, dry eye can cause blurry vision, itchiness, red eyes and frequent tearing. The board-certified ophthalmologists at Texas Eye and Laser Center are pleased to offer patients the latest treatments for dry eyes, including intense pulsed light (IPL) […]

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All About Intacs

Keratoconus is a corneal disease that affects the shape of the cornea. A healthy cornea is smooth and round, while a cornea affected by keratoconus is shaped like a dome. This irregular shape interferes with the cornea’s ability to refract light properly, causing distorted vision. Mild cases of keratoconus can be managed with Intacs, small […]

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Understanding Corneal Collagen Crosslinking

Corneal collagen crosslinking is an exciting and innovative treatment option for keratoconus (a condition characterized by bulging of the cornea) that is available now at Texas Eye and Laser Center. Clinical trials have found that corneal crosslinking can successfully stop the progression of keratoconus and, in some cases, even eliminate the need for a corneal […]

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