Lasik Dallas and Eye Doctor Dallas


Individuals seeking a qualified ophthalmologist or eye doctor in Dallas to perform LASIK surgery should not entrust just anyone with their eye health. LASIK is a delicate surgery best performed by someone with years of experience practicing ophthalmology in Dallas. Dr. Michael George and Dr. Gary Tylock of the Tylock Eye Care & Laser Center use the latest developments in LASIK surgery technology to serve patients in the Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, area.


Now Offering Latest Technology: “Topography Guided LASIK”


Dr George, Dr. Tylock, and their staff at the Tylock Laser & Eye Center are pleased to offer the people of Dallas & Fort Worth the latest in LASIK technology: Topography guided LASIK or Contoura Vision.
This recently FDA approved LASIK procedure utilizes topographic measurement based on the patient’s corneal irregularity. This provides a more personalized treatment for patients than conventional LASIK procedures. Simply put, Topographic LASIK or Contoura Vision provides better vision outcomes and vision quality. In some cases, a patient’s vision can even exceed 20/20.



Why Tylock Eye Care for Topography guided LASIK?

  • • Tylock Eye Care is the first facility in Texas to perform Topography guided LASIK or Contoura Visio
  • • Dr. Tylock is the most experienced Topography Guided LASIK / Contoura Vision surgeon in the U.S.
  • • Topography Guided LASIK / Contoura Vision yields the best vision outcomes, sometimes exceeding 20/20
  • • Topography Guided LASIK / Contoura Vision has yielded the best results to date of any LASIK study approved by the FDA
  • • Topography Guided LASIK / Contoura Vision uses 22,000 data points to fine tune irregularities for the most customized LASIK treatment in the U.S.


Purpose of LASIK in Dallas

LASIK treatment has evolved considerably since its origins in the late 1980s, and Tylock Eye Care has been on the forefront of the field for the last 30 years. During this time, Dr. George and Dr. Tylock have performed thousands of LASIK procedures while practicing ophthalmology in the Dallas and Fort Worth area. A LASIK procedure involves the use of a precise Femtosecond laser to create a flap in the cornea of the eye. A different laser (an Excimer laser) is then used to reshape the cornea, correcting vision problems by improving the eye’s ability to focus. However, differences in the technologies employed and the specific procedures performed make it essential to choose an exceptional eye doctor in Dallas for LASIK care.




The Tylock Eye Care & Laser Center: A Step Above the Rest

Dr George and Dr. Tylock have years of experience practicing ophthalmology in the Dallas and Fort Worth area. They are experts in IntraLASIK surgery, an advanced procedure that uses a laser, rather than a surgical blade, to create the corneal flap. Compared to traditional LASIK, IntraLASIK is a safer procedure that provides better control for the physician and improved outcomes for the patient.
Furthermore, Tylock Eye Care is the first facility in Texas to perform not only Topography Guided LASIK or Contoura Vision, but also the first facility to utilize the state-of-the-art WaveLight Refractive Suite which employs the WaveLight FS200 Femtosecond Laser to create the corneal flap and the WaveLight EX500 Excimer Laser to reshape the cornea. Both of these procedures provide unprecedented control for the physician, exceptional comfort for the patient, and exceptional surgical outcomes.
Anyone seeking one of the most experienced surgeons and eye doctors in Dallas for LASIK surgery should contact the Tylock Eye Care and Laser Center today. For outstanding patient care and the latest LASIK technology in Dallas and Fort Worth, call or visit Dr George or Dr. Tylock today.

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