Injections like Botox and Fillers should only be given by qualified medical professionals. These are injected directly into facial muscles to reduce lines and wrinkles or increase the volume lost by aging.
Uncontrolled diabetes can lead to serious eye disease. About one in four people who have diabetes suffer from some form of diabetic retinopathy. The effects of diabetic retinopathy can lead to permanent loss of vision so it is important that diabetics control their diet and follow the recommendations by their doctors including seeing the eye doctor as recommended.
Dry eyes are a common problem but the treatments can be very unique to the individual. At Key-Whitman, we provide a wide range of state-of-the-art treatments and services for our patients suffering from dry eyes. Our doctors can especially design a treatment plan specific for your symptoms.
Just like getting that regular physical with your local medical doctor to monitor blood pressure and to do annual blood work, seeing the eye doctor every year is just as important. Early detection of eye disease increases the chance for the best outcome. Often problems can be treated early protecting your good vision. For most adults, seeing the eye doctor once a year is what we recommended.
If you are looking to get thicker or fuller lashes, Key-Whitman may have some solutions. We can prescribe Latisse a prescription medication designed to grow and improve the appearance of your natural lashes and we carry a line of over the counter products which may also help
At Key-Whitman, we are pleased to offer a cosmetic center for our patients. We have a full-time oculoplastic surgeon available in Dallas, Plano, Rockwall, and North Arlington to provide treatments and surgery to help improve your appearance. We perform upper and lower eyelid surgery, brow lifts, cosmetic lasers and cosmetic injections to reduce lines and wrinkles and leave you with a more rested and youthful look.
At Key-Whitman, our team of doctors are specifically trained to manage and prevent vision loss associated glaucoma. We offer the latest in diagnostic equipment and treatment options including medication, laser treatments and surgical stents used to reduce eye pressure.
MIGS are the world’s smallest medical devices. These tiny stents like the Glaukos I-Stent Inject and Hydrus are implanted during cataract surgery and work to lower eye pressure and potentially reduce or eliminate the dependence on glaucoma eye drops.
Macular degeneration is the leading cause of severe vision loss in people over the age of 60. This occurs when the center portion of the retina, the macula deteriorates leaving distortion and loss of central vision.
Many cataract patients will experience hazy or blurred eyesight several weeks to years following cataract surgery. This is called posterior capsular haze and is easily treated with a Yag laser.