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Welcome to Houston Ophthalmology
It all begins with a commitment to you, the patient. The Houston Ophthalmology Associates, serving the greater Houston area, adheres to the highest standards of quality and a firm commitment to our patients. Our goal is to educate each patient, to ensure you make informed decisions regarding your eye care. Houston Ophthalmology Associates is a comprehensive ophthalmology center dedicated at Sugar Land and Bay Town areas to provide with the highest quality of eye care through advanced ophthalmic diagnostic techniques and treatments providing comprehensive state-of-the-art eye care. From treating vision disorders in all age groups to diagnosing ocular diseases or performing sophisticated eye surgery and retina treatment, Houston Ophthalmology Associates has a team of trusted specialists who ensure your family the most advanced, comprehensive eye care in Houston.
Our laser vision correction (LVC) specialists offer several eye surgical procedures such as LASIK (Bladeless LASIK/ i-LASIK) and PRK eye surgery, microincision cataract surgery, premium lens implants (Restor and Tecnis(R) ), and refractive lens exchange (PRELEX).
Have you been considering LASIK Laser Vision Correction? Now is a great time to find out if you are a good candidate. The availability of newer and safer technologies allow a larger number of people to avail this life-changing procedure.
The use of bladeless, all laser LASIK flap making using the Intralase laser, combined with the exquisite accuracy of customized LASIK lasers to reshape the cornea results in exceptional visual results. The procedure is so accurate and safe infact, that it has been adopted by NASA for their astronauts and by the U.S armed forces for their soldiers and pilots. Read More..
What is Refractive Error?
Refractive Errors (need for glasses or contacts) occur when the surface of the eye (the cornea) is too steep (in near-sightedness), too flat (in far-sightedness) or has uneven curves (in astigmatism). Read More….
How Lasik works?
In LASIK (laser in-situ keratomileusis), which uses a laser to change the curvature of the cornea (outer window of the eye). LASIK has quickly become the procedure of choice for most patients because they recover quickly and have fewer side effects and complications than with other methods of vision correction. Read More..
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