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High Prescription? Consider EVO ICL as an Option for Long Term Vision Correction

EVO ICL Today, technology brings different choices of permanent vision correction. There are several procedures such as laser assisted in situ Keratomileusis (LASIK), photorefractive keratectomy (PRK), or an implantable lens called EVO ICL(Implantable Collamer® Lens). It is important to understand the different choices before deciding on the vision correction procedure that is right for the… 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


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

Digital Eye Strain

Everything About Digital Eye Strain Digital devices have become a part of daily life for most people. As much as 95% of Americans spend two or more hours a day using digital devices and 30%–nearly one third–of American adults spend nine or more hours using them. All that screen staring has to lead to the… Read More


Keratoconus Disorder – By: Dr. Rosmary Sanchez, O.D. Keratoconus is the most common primary ectasia condition. It is a non-inflammatory degenerative condition characterized by localized thinning that leads to protrusion of the cornea. It is caused by changes in the structure and organization of the corneal collagen, which may cause myopia and irregular astigmatism. Its… Read More

Presbyopia (Age Related Loss of Near Vision)

What is Presbyopia? Presbyopia is part of the eye’s natural aging process—it is the loss of the ability to see close objects or fine print clearly. Technically, presbyopia is the loss of the eye’s ability to change its focus from distance to near, because the natural lens in the eye loses flexibility. This typically begins… Read More

Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD/ARMD)

AMD/ARMD – By Dr. Alanna O’Keefe, O.D. What is it? Age-related macular degeneration affects about 15 million people in the United States. Inside our eye, we have a layer called the retina that uses the light coming into our eyes to send signals to our brain. These signals are then turned into images. Near the… Read More

Dry Eye: Symptoms & Treatment

Symptoms and Treatment of Dry Eye – By: Dr. Rosmary Sanchez, O.D. This condition is present when there is a lack of tears on the surface of the eye. Tears are necessary to lubricate, nourish, and to reduce the risk of eye infections. They are essential for maintaining good eye health, keep eyes comfortable, and partly… Read More