A: It depends. Many times surgeons will treat your dry eye condition before performing LASIK. There are a few options for those suffering from dry eye. One of the most common treatments options includes artificial tears. These do help, but they merely treat the symptoms, not the cause and can become expensive. Holding a warmContinue Reading
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A: LASIK has been FDA approved since the 90’s and the technology has advanced rapidly ever since. Now, ophthalmologists are able to perform blade-free, all-laser custom LASIK, which often results in 20/20 or better vision. One requirement of LASIK candidacy includes a stable prescription. Because of this, 18 years of age is the absolute minimalContinue Reading
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Presbyopia
A: Your visual complaint is very normal in patients over the age of 40. You most likely suffer from presbyopia. Presbyopia is a condition in which the natural lens of the eye loses its ability to change shape and focus, making it difficult to see objects up close. The most common symptom of presbyopia isContinue Reading
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A: Many of us have a job that requires us to look at a computer screen throughout the day. Inevitably, this can put a real strain on the eyes. The clinical name for this is called Computer Vision Syndrome or CVS for short. CVS encompasses many eye related problems related to staring at a computerContinue Reading
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Blog - Heart of Texas Eye
DRIPPING SPRINGS, TEXAS (PRWEB) NOVEMBER 22, 2016 http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/11/prweb13872265.htm Heart of Texas Eye Institute recently opened its doors to patients and celebrated this month by hosting a grand opening and ribbon- cutting ceremony on November 5th, 2016. Board-Certified ophthalmologists Lisa McIntire, MD and Lara Dudek, MD joined together to form Heart of Texas Eye Institute, aContinue Reading
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