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Improving Your Vision with the PanOptix® Intraocular Lens

During cataract surgery, the eye’s clouded natural lens is replaced by an artificial intraocular lens or IOL. Originally, IOLs were all the same — simply designed to restore vision back to how it had appeared before the cataract. This is no longer the case. Now, thanks to advancements in technology, IOLs don’t just restore vision,... Read More

AcrySof® IQ PanOptix® Trifocal IOL for Cataracts in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX

Introducing the Alcon AcrySof IQ PanOptix ® Trifocal IntraOcular Lens The Most Advanced Technology Available For Cataract Lens Replacement Now Available By Renowned Cataract Surgeon and Refractive Surgery Specialist, Dr. Michael R. George, MD Alcon’s Tweet About PanOptix: “We know patients undergoing cataract surgery today want a replacement lens that delivers the vision they need… Read More


Should I Get Monovision?

As we age, our eyes undergo significant changes that can be frustrating. Presbyopia is a common condition for people over 40 years old, making it difficult for a vision to focus on nearby objects. Some people opt for reading glasses to help them with close-up vision, but these can be an inconvenient solution to a… Read More


Does LASIK Hurt?

It’s one of the biggest concerns people have before scheduling an appointment for refractive surgery: will it hurt? It’s easy to understand why. The process of laser eye surgeries like LASIK and PRK aren’t widely understood and people may wonder what the experience will be like before they make the commitment. At Tylock-George Eye Care… Read More


Pre and Post-operative Care of Intraocular Lens Replacement

Pre and Post-operative Care of Intraocular Lens Replacement: An Informative Guide to Cataracts, Lenses, Prevention, and Physics of Refraction Anna E. Taiclet As the foremost causative agent to blindness, cataracts of the ocular lens remains a topic of importance within ophthalmologic practices. Although age-related cataracts are the most commonly diagnosed condition within the adult population,… Read More


FAQ: How To Get Started On Your LASIK Journey

Top LASIK Center in Dallas-Fort Worth Area At Tylock-George LASIK Eye Care, we understand our patients struggle with finding the right office and making the best decision about their eyesight. LASIK should not be a difficult process, and most people are relieved after they have the treat. This blog is to help guide you through… Read More


HOW MUCH DOES LASIK COST
IN THE DFW AREA?

Understanding how various factors affect the cost of LASIK surgery allows you to choose the best LASIK surgeon for you. The cost of LASIK surgery depends on several key factors, including the technology and laser your surgeon uses, your geographic location, and the specifics of your treatment. At Tylock-George Eye Care and Laser Center, we... Read More

Por Qué el Dr. George Usa Lentes Tecnis Symfony® Para Nuestros Pacientes De Cirugía De Cataratas

Cuando un paciente decide que es hora de someterse a una cirugía de catarata, generalmente se debe a que está experimentando al menos uno de los 4 síntomas principales. Esos síntomas pueden no ocurrir todos a la vez, pero cada uno se desarrolla más y más a lo largo del tiempo. Los síntomas incluyen visión… Read More


The Symfony® Lenses in Dallas-Fort Worth

Why Tecnis Symfony® Lenses? When a patient decides it is time to have cataract surgery, it is usually because they are experiencing at least one of 4 main symptoms. Those symptoms may not occur all at once, but each develops more and more over time. The symptoms include blurry vision, dull color spectrum, glare, and halos–especially… Read More


Ocular Pain Management

Posted by Dr. Hopkin Eye care practitioners will not infrequently encounter patients in pain. This is most frequently due to disease of or injury to the cornea. The cornea is the most richly innervated tissue in the human body, with an average of 40 times more sensory nerves than tooth pulp and 400 times more… Read More