Advanced Blade-free LASIK and Bladeless Cataract Procedures
Houston LASIK Surgery and Cataract Surgery
Blade-free Laser Vision Correction
Eye Center of Texas is proud to be one of the first practices in Texas to offer bladeless cataract surgery and the best blade-free LASIK surgery Houston has to offer. Blade-free LASIK, also known as iLASIK, was approved by NASA to correct vision for its own astronauts and the United States Department of Defense for its Air Force and Navy pilots. iLASIK and bladeless cataract surgery are two of the most exciting developments in refractive eye surgery and Eye Center of Texas is excited to offer these safe, precise laser vision correction and laser eye surgery treatments.
Drs. Wade and Mayo have performed more than 60,000 successful Houston LASIK procedures. In fact, more than 275 Houston area eye doctors trust their patients to Eye Center of Texas. In addition to performing blade-free iLASIK, Dr. Mayo and Dr. Wade are widely recommended cataract surgery providers. Who knows more about which surgeons get the best results than other eye doctors who have sent their patients and family members to Eye Center of Texas for more than 20 years.
I chose Dr. Wade because I know 4 others who went to him and had great results. When I first went to find out if I was a candidate Dr. Allee made me feel very comfortable and explained I was a very good candidate (plus, he's very funny). Then I met with Steven and he was very helpful and answered all my questions. This was a great experience...but best of all - no glasses or contacts!
I do wish to thank you and the staff of Eye Center of Texas for always being so kind and helpful. Several years ago I had had a severe detached retina. At the time, we did not have any medical insurance, so I waited almost a week before going to see my optometrist, Dr. Christina Acosta at Vision Source in Kingwood. When she saw the detachment she told me to be at Eye Center of Texas where she had completed her externship training, at 8:00 in the morning and she would call to ask that they would work me in....— Rev. Harry Howell
Dr. Mayo, thank you for taking good care of my Mother during cataract surgery! At first she was overwhelmed when you told her she had cataracts so I decided to do a little home work and quickly found out that you are the bomb when it comes to cataract surgery. I also want to thank Kathy for helping us understand all the options she had. After several conversations, she decided on the astigmatism lens with the laser. She's reading and driving again. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
Dear Dr. Mayo... I just wanted to send you a note to let you know how happy I am with with my new vision after cataract surgery. Now I can read menus, stock quotes, work on the computer, see my phone without reading glasses and I'm 67 years old. Last year my optometrist told me I needed to have cataract surgery, but I decided to wait (not sure why). I'm here to tell anyone hesitating about having cataract surgery...do it...it's a real life changer! Thank you!— Ken M.
I feel very lucky to have Dr. Autry as my eye doctor! When I first found out I had glaucoma I was seeing another doctor that didn't tell me much about my condition. A friend recommended the Eye Center of Texas and Dr. Autry was the first doctor I saw. When I asked her if I was going to go blind, her reply was not under my watch and that was 9 or 10 years ago. I'm always reading about glaucoma on the internet and I feel very fortunate to have a good doctor like Dr. Autry that truly cares...— Tom P.
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