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How Premium Cataract Surgery Reduces Your Need for Corrective Eyewear

Cataracts are a leading cause of blindness worldwide. Fortunately, treatment for this eye disease continues to advance, and cataract surgery is considered one of the safest and most effective procedures in modern medicine, with a 98 percent success rate. Our eye surgeons at Austin Eye offer premium cataract surgery that restores clear vision and corrects vision problems, […]

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What’s Your Risk Level for Glaucoma?

There is no guarantee against developing glaucoma. To some extent, everyone is at risk for the disease. However, those with certain risk factors are more likely to suffer from glaucoma. The top eye specialists at Austin Eye discuss these factors and who is most vulnerable to the disease.

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Are You Ready for LASIK? Questions to Ask Yourself

You’d love to ditch your glasses and contact lenses and benefit from LASIK. Maybe you are ready for LASIK right away, maybe you need to wait until specific issues are resolved, or perhaps you are not a LASIK candidate at all. The top eye specialists at Austin Eye discuss how to know whether you’re ready […]

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How Your Eye Health Changes with the Seasons

You may notice more issues with your eyes as the seasons change. Someone with dry eyes will experience worsening symptoms in the winter, while another with eye allergies struggles in the spring. The sun, humidity and other factors all play a role in your ocular health year-round. Our eye care specialists at Austin Eye can […]

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What are the Vision Parameters of LASIK Eye Surgery?

  Refractive surgeries such as LASIK eye surgery have given millions of people a clearer view of life worldwide. However, LASIK (like other procedures) has limitations. An estimated 15 to 20 percent of people interested in LASIK do not qualify for laser eye surgery, and for some, that may be due to very high prescriptions. […]

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What Life with Untreated Cataracts Is Like

You can expect specific vision changes as you get older. Most adults require reading glasses in their late 40s and 50s, and nearly half of the population will develop cataracts by age 75. While you can quickly adapt to needing reading glasses because of the natural loss of near vision that comes with age, living […]

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The Mitchel and Shannon Wong Eye Institute

The Mitchel and Shannon Wong Eye Institute, recently created at the Dell Medical School, is poised to become a leading-edge center for training future ophthalmologists and providing patients with the best medical and surgical eye care possible.

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Austin Eye

11901 Jollyville Road
Austin, TX 78759

Phone: (512) 250-2020
Fax: (512) 250-2612

Office Hours
Monday - Thursday 8am - 6pm
Friday 8am - Noon
Saturday/Sunday Closed

Austin Eye

2700 Bee Caves Road
Austin, TX 78746

Phone: (512) 250-2020
Fax: (512) 250-2612

Office Hours
Monday - Thursday 8am - 6pm
Friday 8am - Noon
Saturday/Sunday Closed

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