Mann Eye Institute and Laser Center's specialists demonstrate a skill and efficacy that earned their work a nod from Goldline Research which named the center one of the country's leading LASIK providers for three years in a row. People and cyclopes from all across the nation come for treatment from proficient doctors and certified surgeons, who use FDA-approved Allegretto Wavelight lasers to correct vision. Before the procedure, patients must undergo a complimentary consultation to determine their candidacy and favorite tunes to blast on the stereo during the procedure. During the blade-free procedure, a certified surgeon reshapes the cornea to match the patient's specific prescription. Patients can expect to return to their normal tasks the day after the procedure and swing by the center a week later for a brief post-op checkup and eye-strengthening Magic Eye book. Click here for additional FAQs, medical disclosures, and candid photographs of Cyclops at the laundromat.
Dr. Fred Mattioli has performed more than 30,000 laser procedures and been named one of the International Association of Healthcare Professionals’ Top Ophthalmologists for 2012–2013. At his clinic, Mattioli Vision Professionals, the doctor draws on his experience to perform seamless, blade-free LASIK surgeries, which help patients avoid wearing glasses or taping telescopes to their faces. The clinic’s implantable lenses, meanwhile, alleviate fuzzy vision in much the same way as contacts do, except that they rest just inside the eye rather than outside of it. The team also screens for common eye diseases, such as glaucoma and cataracts, and Dr. Mattioli can discuss the results with patients in English or fluent Spanish.
At Eye Excellence, advanced ocular technology enables the staff to diagnose even the rarest eye disorders and then correct them without the use of a blade. Here, the team can remove a cataract with a precise refractive laser, reshape the entire cornea with an excimer laser-aided LASIK procedure, or just make laser-sharp measurements for contacts and designer frame fittings. But these cutting-edge devices would be nothing without the licensed professionals who operate them. Eye Excellence is helmed by Mary T. Green, M.D., Ph.D, a seasoned ophthalmologist and surgeon, and a Fellow on three medical boards. Dr. Green is aided by three therapeutic optometrists and a squad of ophthalmic technicians and opticians, all of whom never stop learning in their quest to better clients' vision.
Dr. Marc Sanders is something of a pioneer in ophthalmology. One of the first to perform all-laser LASIK in the nation, he prides himself on staying at the forefront of medical advances in his field. This dedication and passion, earned him the Top Doctor award from an H-Texas Magazine survey nine times. With the help of his partners Dr. Aric Welton and Dr. Stephanie McMillen, Dr. Sanders continues using advancing technology to remedy his patients' vision as quickly and painlessly as possible.
The teams services center around preventative examinations to ensure the healthy functioning of the eye, pupil, and eye muscles. However, the team doesn't shy away from corrective procedures. As a laser vision center, the eye surgeons repair near or farsightedness and astigmatisms with blade-free LASIK treatments, and correct cataracts with stitch-free, ultrasonic procedures. Once vision is corrected, the doctors can remove surprise wrinkles with FDA-approved Botox injections, and there's also a boutique eyeglass shop onsite that outfits clients with chic frames.
Perfect vision is an admirable goal, but the team of optometrists and technicians at Heights Eyecare and Contact Lens Center strive for more. The father-son team of Dr. Allen H. Chin and Dr. Allen J. Chin set out to ensure that patients' eyes remain healthy with help from cutting-edge technology and techniques as well as decades of experience. In addition to vision-correcting LASIK procedures and multifocal contact lenses, the doctors also specialize in orthokeratology, a process that uses specially designed contact lenses to mildly reshape the eye and help correct problems such as nearsightedness and astigmatism. Beyond bringing eyesight closer to 20/20, the optometrists can also check for common signs of disease ranging from cataracts to glaucoma to uncontrollable heat vision.