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The Benefits of BOTOX® Cosmetic Treatment at Key-Whitman

Not every type of eye surgery is used to correct vision. Sometimes, cosmetic surgery and treatments are needed to correct conditions affecting the tissue surrounding the eye. BOTOX® Cosmetic treatment is one form of cosmetic treatment offered at Key-Whitman. What is BOTOX Cosmetic? BOTOX Cosmetic is a purified protein produced by the Clostridium botulinum bacterium. […]


Keeping Your Eyes Safe on the Playing Field

Sports are the cause of more than 40,000 eye injuries each year, and those injuries can do serious damage to the eye. Blunt trauma and impact injuries, penetrating or piercing injuries and radiation injuries are the most common eye injuries among athletes, depending on the sport they play. Baseball ranks among the top sports for […]


What is Diabetic Eye Disease?

Diabetes affects the body in numerous ways, and it can even affect the eyes. Diabetic eye disease, or diabetic retinopathy, is an eye condition that may result from diabetes. The disease occurs when blood vessels in the back of the eye weaken and leak fluid, or when abnormal blood vessels grow on the surface of […]


Five Family-Friendly DFW Events in August

The Texas summer heat may be at its peak, but that doesn’t mean there’s any shortage of fun to be had in Dallas this month! Here are a few upcoming events you and your family might enjoy, indoors or out. Dallas Arboretum August Dollar Days The dog days of summer mean Dollar Days at the […]


Got Headaches? See Your Eye Doctor

Headaches are common, and in most cases, a small headache is nothing to worry about. However, persistent headaches may have a serious cause and shouldn’t be ignored. Common, non-threatening headaches are often caused by lifestyle factors like alcohol, processed foods, lack of sleep, poor posture, stress and vision changes. Headaches can also have more serious […]


What is a Cataract?

What is a cataract? A cataract is the clouding over the focusing lens of the eye which is located just behind the pupil. A cataract is not a growth or film. It may be that all you need is a change in glasses, but these symptoms can be a sign of cataracts. Difficulty seeing street […]


Serving Those Who Have Served: Key-Whitman Tapped to Expedite Vision Care for DFW Veterans

Two weeks before the Veterans Affairs (VA) hospital controversy dominated headlines, Key-Whitman Eye Center’s Director of Patient Accounting Matt Chapman received a call from the Dallas VA Medical Center. “The Dallas VA was hoping to expedite eye care services for veterans located in the DFW Metroplex, and they wanted to know if we could help […]

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COVID-19 Your Health and Safety Remains our Top Priority. Read More.

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