Are you searching for LASIK surgeons in Dallas, Plano, Arlington and surrounding areas? Our Dallas-area LASIK surgeons have helped tens of thousands of patients enjoy improved vision after Blade-Free HD IntraLASIK. The LASIK procedure has become a very popular choice for correcting vision issues due to the quick recovery it provides and because our laser eye surgeons are able to treat nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia) and astigmatism.
Can I afford LASIK?
If you’re wearing glasses or contacts, you’re spending more than you think. LASIK patients report that the procedure pays for itself within 3 years or less, and we offer affordable payment plans and interest-free financing options. So, yes you CAN afford LASIK!
“Let me tell you why Kleiman|Evangelista is AMAZING…”
Bobbi Lewis dealt with sensitive, irritated eyes due to contacts for most of her life…until LASIK. She shares her story from her before-surgery struggles to post-op happiness, enjoying her life through “new eyes.”
Modern medicine is not yet able to reverse the development of cataracts or prevent them from forming. Once cataracts are present, the only way to regain clear vision is to undergo cataract surgery, one of the most common procedures performed in medicine today. At Kleiman|Evangelista Eye Center, our surgeons have performed tens of thousands of successful cataract procedures, using advanced techniques to help patients regain clear vision.
Jimmy Houston’s Story
When “America’s Favorite Fisherman,” Jimmy Houston, was diagnosed with cataracts, his doctor in Ardmore, Oklahoma sent him to Kleiman|Evangelista Eye Center in Arlington, Texas for the LifeStyle Lens procedure. “The care and reception by all the staff was absolutely excellent. From the moment we walked in, we knew that Dr. Parker in Ardmore had sent us to the right place.”
The No-Drop Procedure: Not Your Mother’s Cataract Surgery
Kleiman|Evangelista Eye Center is the first practice in DFW to offer the most recent advance in cataract surgery: the No-Drop procedure. It is designed to eliminate the need for postoperative eye drops, offering patients added convenience, less risk of complications and reduced cost on prescription drops.
Dysfunctional Lens Syndrome (DLS), also called presbyopia or over-40 vision, is a condition common in people over 40, where the lens inside the eye progressively loses its natural flexibility. So, people who’ve never worn glasses or contacts suddenly need reading glasses as they age. Recent breakthroughs in technology have enabled our surgeons to finally help with the all-laser Corneal Inlay Procedure. A corneal inlay is a tiny ring-shaped device that is placed securely within the cornea, allowing the eye to have a greater depth of focus.
DLS or poor reading vision frustrates millions of Americans daily. Fortunately, our surgeons specialize in its treatment with a range of options, including the Corneal Inlay Procedure, that can be customized to your unique vision.
Are You Over 40?
If you’re experiencing minor glare that wasn’t present at a younger age and/or poor near vision without your readers, especially in low-light situations, you may have Dysfunctional Lens Syndrome. Take our quick DLS self-test to learn more.