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  • Itchy Eyes
    Allergies or Something More? When the seasons change, many people struggle with allergies. Could your itchy eyes actually be something more serious? At Texas Eye Surgeons, serving Greenville & Plano, our Read more
  • Early Signs of Glaucoma
    Glaucoma is a sight-stealing disease. Nearly 120,000 cases of blindness reported in the United States stemmed from glaucoma. While there is no cure for glaucoma treatment can be provided for Read more
  • How To Get Rid Of Sore, Red Eyelids
    How To Get Rid Of Sore, Red Eyelids There are a number of reasons why your eyelids may be red and sore. Inflamed eyelids, also known as blepharitis, affects between 37 Read more
  • Are You a Good Candidate for Lasik Surgery?
    Are You a Good Candidate for Lasik Surgery? If you are tired of relying on glasses or contact lenses to see correctly, you should consider Lasik surgery. The laser surgery is Read more
  • Signs Of Sight Loss
    3 Signs of Vision Loss And How You Can Avoid Losing Your Sight Plano Eye Surgeon Are you afraid you're losing your vision? Has your vision suddenly gotten worse lately? How do Read more
  • Our New Greenville Satellite Office Treats Cataract Patients
    If your vision has suddenly worsened, you should see our ophthalmologist. There are a variety of diseases of the eye that could be causing the deterioration of your eyesight. One Read more
  • Types of Myopia
    Types of Myopia and Treatment At Texas Eye Surgeons Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is an eye disorder where the eye fails to refract light properly to a single focus on Read more
  • Implantable Contact Lens
    Benefits of Implantable Contact Lens Implantable contact lenses have been around for a while. For years, eye doctors used them to treat cataracts. Today, more and more people are using them Read more
  • Do I Need an Optometrist or Opthamologist?
    Optometrist or Opthamologist Both an optometrist and an ophthalmologist treat eye concerns, and there is even overlap in the service they provide. However, the law requires training and education for doctors Read more
  • Glaucoma
    Early Signs of Glaucoma With Our Plano, TX Ophthalmologist Glaucoma is one of the main reasons people lose their sight. There are two main types of glaucoma, Open-angle and Angle-closure glaucoma. Read more
  • Diabetic Retinopathy FAQs
    Our Texas Eye Surgeons in Plano, TX Answer Diabetic Retinopathy FAQs At Texas Eye Surgeons in Plano, TX, we can help treat diabetes eye problems through a variety of options. Diabetic Read more
  • Comprehensive Eye Care
    Comprehensive Eye Care Services from Your Eye Doctor in Plano To best protect the health of your eyes and preserve your vision, you must have regular comprehensive eye care services performed Read more
  • Cataracts Diagnosis & Treatment
    We Can Help Relieve You of Cataracts Those with cataracts know how this condition can interfere with a person’s daily activities and diminish their quality of life. We at Texas Eye Surgeons, located Read more
  • June is Fireworks Safety Month
    June Is Fireworks Safety Month with our Eye Doctors in Plano The month of June observed as Fireworks Safety Month, in preparations for 4th of July celebrations across the country. During Read more
  • May is Healthy Vision Month!
    Texas Eye Surgeons Celebrates Healthy Vision Month! It is important to maintain regular visits to your eye doctor and May has been dedicated to highlighting the need for proactive vision care. Read more
  • Signs You May Have Cataracts
    Cataracts Treatment with our Plano Ophthalmologist Cataracts and keratoconus are two eye diseases linked to age that affect millions of Americans each year. More than 22 million Americans age 40 and older have Read more