Cataract Surgery in Dallas / Fort Worth
Board-Certified Cataracts Doctors Serving the DFW Area
In the United States, approximately 22 million people aged 40 and older
suffer from cataracts. Cataracts are the leading national cause of blindness
among older adults. At Key-Whitman Eye Center, we provide a broad range
of treatments designed to suit the individual needs of the patients we so value.
What is a cataract?
A cataract stops light from entering the retina. This happens when the
lens of the eye is cloudy. Symptoms of cataracts include blurred and /
or distorted vision and loss of color clarity and brightness. You may
notice that glasses don’t help your vision, and that your depth
perception and balance are affected. You may also experience unprecedented
sensitivity to light, including when you are driving.
Cataracts are treated by removing the clouded lens through surgery. This
procedure is extremely safe and effective. Our team of Dallas / Fort Worth
Metroplex cataracts doctors is skilled and trusted. All of our doctors
are board certified by the American Board of Optometry or the American
Board of Ophthalmology. We have been serving patients in this region for
more than half a century, and in that time our reputation for excellence
in the field of eye care has been established.
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Contact Key-Whitman Eye Center for Your Consultation
Our team of knowledgeable and caring Texas eye doctors is here to answer
your questions and help you get the information you need to move forward
with confidence. Changing lives is what we do at Key-Whitman Eye Center.
We put our patients first and provide access to the most advanced techniques
and state of the art equipment available.
Contact Key-Whitman Eye Center today for your next steps to seeing life clearly.