Advanced Blade-Free Houston LASIK & Bladeless Cataract Procedures
Trusted LASIK Surgery Surgery & Cataract Surgery in Houston
Blade-free LASIK & Cataract Vision Correction
A leader in Houston LASIK surgery, the Eye Center of Texas is proud among the first Houston eye centers offering bladeless cataract surgery and bladeless LASIK vision correction. 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.
Dr. Mark Mayo, M.D. and Dr. Edward Wade, M.D., F.A.C.S. have performed more than 70,000 successful eye procedures and counting at our Houston eye center. In fact, more than 275 Houston area eye doctors refer their patients to our eye center for LASIK surgery and more. In addition to performing blade-free iLASIK in Houston, Dr. Mayo and Dr. Wade are widely recommended Houston cataract surgery providers. Who knows more about the very best eye surgeons than the many Houston eye doctors who continue to send their patients and family members to Eye Center of Texas for 20 years and counting? Unlike other Houston eye centers, the Eye Center of Texas provides the very best results, every time.
I have worn glasses since the 6th grade and for the first time in my life, I can now see 20/20 in both eyes. I now wish I had done it sooner! Thank you Dr. Mayo for taking great care of my eyes! - Sharon M.
Today I called to schedule an appointment with Dr. Suarez and was told she will be out for the next several months. I was very sad because she has been my eye doctor for the last 8 years. She is a wonderful doctor and takes very good care of me and my eyes. I have diabetes and it's a good thing I have her as my eye doctor, otherwise I might be blind. I hope she reads this because I want her to know how much I love and appreciate her compassionate care. God Bless you Dr. Suarez. I'm scheduled...
I knew something was wrong and called my eye doctor. After I told him what was going on he immediately called the Eye Center of Texas and told them I needed to see Dr. Suarez ASAP. They were able to get me in that day, and Dr. Suarez did laser on my eye and saved my vision. I didn't know what was going on but it ended up that had a retina detachment and if I had not seen her as soon as I did, I could of lost my vision in my left eye. Not only is Dr. Suarez...
Dear Dr. Autry, For a little tiny thing, you sure are smart! When I first checked in I was not very happy, the waiting room was full but then I thought to myself, they must be very good because this place is busy. Sure enough after several tests, you came in and told me exactly what was going on with my vision. I'm forever grateful to you and the other doctors. Toni M.
Dear Dr. Mayo, I want to thank you and your staff for taking great care of me and my eyes. I was very upset when my eye doctor told me I had cataracts (I'm only 47), but she assured me she was sending me to the best cataract surgeon in Houston. When I met you, I knew I was in good hands and I immediately calmed down. Your staff was wonderful. My new friend Kathy helped me decide on which lens was best for me and I'm so glad I decided on the lens that allows me to see everything...
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