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Category Archives: Eye Surgery


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Key-Whitman Express Center Offers Free Back-to-School Vision Screening

Key-Whitman Express Center is pleased to announce that we will be working with 20/20 Express and Prevent Blindness Texas to provide FREE back-to-school vision screenings to students across the Dallas / Fort Worth area! You can learn more about the event – which will take place next Tuesday August 11th – by visiting www.keywhitman.com/Back-To-School or […]


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What You Should Know About Eyelid Surgery

Eyelid surgery is a type of oculoplastic surgery, a unique surgical specialty that focuses on corrective and reconstructive surgery of the eyelids, tear ducts and orbit of the eye. Key-Whitman oculoplastic specialists focus on functional disorders of the eyelids, orbits and lacrimal drainage systems as well as cosmetic enhancement of the eye area. In many […]


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Oculoplastic Surgery: Medically Necessary or Cosmetic?

Oculoplastic surgery is the corrective and reconstructive surgery of the eyelids; tear ducts and orbit of the eye. This type of eye surgery is performed on patients when there are cosmetic issues that may be affecting the eye or even vision itself. Oculoplastic surgery is not always considered medically necessary, though there are many conditions […]


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Benefits of Choosing an Oculoplastic Surgeon to Perform Your Eyelid Surgery

Laser eye surgeries like LASIK and cataract surgery are not the only types of eye surgeries—there are a number of conditions that may require cosmetic surgery to repair tissues around the eyes.Cosmetic eyelid surgery, called oculoplastic surgery, is corrective and reconstructive surgery of the eyelids, tear ducts and orbit of the eye, rather than corrective […]


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Eyelid Surgery at Key-Whitman

Not all eye surgeries are done to correct vision. In some cases, a patient may require cosmetic surgery — oculoplastic surgery — to correct conditions involving the tissues surrounding the eye, such as the eyelid, rather than to the cornea or lens of the eye itself. Oculoplastic surgery can correct a number of cosmetic problems […]



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Why Is Eye Dilation Necessary?

Getting your eyes dilated isn’t a pleasant experience, but it is often a necessary part of a comprehensive eye exam. During your exam, your eye doctor will use eye drops that cause your pupils to dilate, allowing more light into your eyes. The wider your pupils are, the better your doctor can see the back […]


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How to Recover from Cataract Surgery

Cataracts are a clouding of the lens of the eye that gradually worsen until vision eventually becomes completely blurry. Though cataractsare not dangerous and cannot hurt the eyes, they can significantly reduce quality of life. For this reason, many individuals with cataracts will eventually need to undergo cataract surgery. During surgery, the clouded lens of […]


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How to Prepare for Cataract Surgery

Cataracts are a clouding of the lens of the eye that gradually worsen until vision eventually becomes completely blurry. Though cataracts are not dangerous and cannot hurt the eyes, they can significantly reduce quality of life. For this reason, many individuals with cataracts will eventually need to undergo cataract surgery. During surgery, the clouded lens […]


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