Eye Surgery Co-Management

New technologies have made it possible to undergo surgery to restore your vision or treat serious eye-related issues. With advanced technology, many more eye surgery techniques are safe and helpful when treating vision and eye conditions. Patients can undergo everything from LASIK surgery to cataract surgery to help improve their overall eye health. If you need eye surgery, our optometrist at Master Eye Associates in Houston, TX, is here to help you every step of the way by offering pre- and post-surgery care. 


Types of Eye Surgery

Several surgeries help those with vision problems and eye conditions receive treatment and help improve their overall eye health and vision clarity. The different types of eye surgeries include: 

  • Laser correction
  • Photorefractive Keratectomy
  • Cataract
  • Conductive Keratoplasty
  • Refractive Lens Exchange

What Is Eye Surgery Co-Management

Undergoing eye surgery co-management helps provide you with the ideal level of services necessary to heal and experience the best results possible. Eye surgery co-management is the term for delivering patient eye care before and after undergoing surgery. Our optometry team provides diagnostic care, recovery recommendations, and stays in contact with you every step of the way. 

How Our Optometrist Can Help with Eye Surgery Co-Management

Our eye doctor can help with more than family eye care. We can help prepare you for your upcoming eye surgery. Additionally, our optometrist can help with pre- and post-surgery care, ensuring you have are healthy and well-prepared for the procedure. For continued eye care after surgery, your eye doctor will schedule follow-up appointments to monitor your recovery. 

Schedule an Appointment with Our Optometrist in Houston, TX Today

The family eye care staff at Master Eye Associates in Houston, TX, are dedicated to helping our patients maintain their vision and eye health at any stage of life. Whether your child needs an eye exam or you are interested in LASIK surgery, we are ready to help. To learn more about our optometry services and pre- and post-surgical care, please give us a call to speak with one of our helpful staff members. We can provide you with information about our eye doctor, eye surgery options, and information on other helpful services we offer. 

Give our office a call today to schedule an appointment with one of our optometrists and learn more about how we can help you with your upcoming eye surgery. 

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