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Have Cataracts? New Technology Improves Near, Middle and Distance Vision, Minimizes Side Effects

In July, the FDA approved the Symfony® intraocular lens, the first lens of its kind to offer extended depth of focus for cataract patients. During clinical trials, researchers found the new lens typically provided better visual acuity at near, intermediate and far distances, than previous multifocal lens technology. Key-Whitman Eye Center’s President and Chief Surgeon […]


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5 Facts About Colored Contacts That May Surprise You

Colored contact lenses aren’t just for Halloween any more. People wear them to make a fashion statement and even to alleviate certain health conditions. Yes, colored contacts can be cool, and they can even be safe to wear. We asked Key-Whitman Eye Center’s Dallas optometrist Martin Faber, O.D., for the inside scoop on this growing […]




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Dramatic Survey Results: 97 Percent of People Prefer Results of LASIK to Wearing Contacts

If you have been hesitant to undergo LASIK eye surgery, even though wearing contact lenses and glasses can be a hassle, new research may change your mind. For the first time, a three-year longitudinal survey asked former contact lens wearers whether they were more satisfied with their vision wearing contacts or following LASIK. As noted […]


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Key-Whitman’s Amanda Hoelscher, O.D. Featured on NBC 5

Smartphones May Cause Temporary Blindness Nowadays, most people use their phone for a wide range of things, including shopping, communicating, getting the news, checking emails, and more. In fact, according to PCWorld, about 68 percent of adults in the United States owns a smartphone. While these devices can be convenient, they can also have a […]



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Is Your Child Ready for Contact Lenses?

Wearing contact lenses is a rite of passage and confidence booster for many kids and teens. For others, it may be a matter of necessity. According to Key-Whitman Eye Center’s Dallas Optometrist Amanda Hoelscher, O.D., “Some children with high prescriptions see better with contact lenses. They can also be a real difference-maker for young athletes […]




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