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Signs You Should Schedule an Eye Exam

Ideally, everyone should have an eye exam every two to four years to help protect their ocular health and catch any problems early. But sometimes things come up in between regularly scheduled eye exams that deserve a professional’s attention. Read on as the team at Austin Eye Clinic reveals signs that you should schedule an […]

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Dry Eye: What Causes It and How to Treat It

Dry eye is one of the most common conditions that we see at Austin Eye Clinic. We understand how the bothersome symptoms of dry eye can interfere with daily activities and affect quality of life. Our doctors are committed to diagnosing dry eye and using innovative treatments to give our patients lasting relief.

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5 Things to Know About Cataracts

A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s lens that results in blurred vision. As the cataract continues to develop, it can result in more serious vision problems unless it is properly treated. In this post, the team of board-certified ophthalmologists at Austin Eye discusses five things that you should know about cataracts.

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Diabetes & LASIK Candidacy

Modern LASIK procedures can be performed successfully on patients with diabetes. However, your ophthalmologist will need to evaluate many factors before determining whether you are a good LASIK candidate. In this post, the team of board-certified ophthalmologists at Austin Eye discusses how diabetes can impact your LASIK candidacy.

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How Smoking Affects Your Eye Health

Smoking can increase your risk of many serious eye diseases. Fortunately, you can lower your risk of vision loss and other eye health issues by quitting smoking as soon as possible. In this post, the team of board-certified ophthalmologists at Austin Eye discusses why smoking is dangerous to your eye health.

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What Happens If Cataracts Are Left Untreated?

If you have been diagnosed with cataracts, you may be considering having them surgically removed. Cataract surgery is a very common and quick procedure that removes the eye’s natural lens that has become clouded with a cataract and replaces it with a clear artificial lens that restores vision. In its early stages, a cataract does […]

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How LASIK Can Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

Are you one of the millions of people who make New Year’s resolutions but struggle to keep them? If so, clear vision with LASIK may be what you need to accomplish your goals in 2019. LASIK is a quick procedure that treats nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism by reshaping the eye’s cornea, restoring clear vision. Most […]

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Timing Your Cataract Surgery

A cataract is the clouding of the eye’s natural lens. In a normal eye, the natural lens is clear and focuses light onto the retina for clear vision. Over time, proteins found in the eye clump together, clouding the lens and making it more difficult to see clearly. In its early stages, cataracts can be […]

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Why People with Diabetes Need Routine Eye Exams

If you have diabetes, taking extra care of your eye health is a must. The disease increases the risk of several eye problems and diseases that can lead to permanent vision damage, including cataracts, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. If left untreated, these diseases can lead to blindness. The good news is that routine eye exams […]

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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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