At Precision Ambulatory Surgery Center

The expert eye surgeons at Precision Ambulatory Surgery Center provide a full range of ocular surgery procedures to residents of Fort Worth, Ft. Worth, Dallas, and the DFW area. We are committed to remaining at the forefront of ophthalmic technology while maintaining the highest level of patient care.

EVO ICL™ (Contact Lens) Surgery

EVO ICL (Implantable Collamer™ Lens) can correct nearsightedness and astigmatism, providing patients with sharp, clear vision. Unlike LASIK, EVO ICL does not cause or contribute to dry eye, and it is also suitable for patients with thin corneas who may not qualify for other vision correction procedures. EVO ICL can be removed by a doctor, and patients often enjoy immediate results with only a brief recovery period.

Cataract Surgery

Cataracts are a part of the eye’s aging process. As we age, proteins in the eye begin to form clumps, forming a cloudy area on the lens of the eye. While cataracts progress slowly, eventually the cloudy lens of the eye will need to be removed and replaced with an artificial lens implant (IOL) to restore clear vision. We feature a comprehensive selection of IOL options, including multifocal IOLs to correct vision at more than one range and Toric IOLs to treat astigmatism. We also offer the Light Adjustable Lens™ by RxSight®, which allows us to fine-tune a patient’s prescription after implantation for improved refractive outcomes.

Laser Cataract Surgery

We employ state-of-the-art technology to perform all-laser, bladeless cataract surgery. When compared to cataract surgery with a manual blade, the LENSAR® femtosecond laser offers exceptionally precise incisions, faster lens removal, and more accurate placement of the IOL. We have updated our LENSAR system with the latest ALLY® technology for increased efficiency, meaning our patients spend less time at our surgery center for their cataract procedure. The Zeiss Artevo® 800 microscope with Heads Up technology gives surgeons real-time 3D imaging and superior visualization of each patient’s unique eye anatomy, leading to improved vision correction.

Refractive Lens Exchange

The refractive lens exchange procedure is identical to the procedure for cataract surgery and involves replacing the natural lens of the eye with an intraocular lens implant (IOL). The difference is that while cataract surgery is performed to replace a lens clouded by cataracts, refractive lens exchange is performed solely to correct refractive errors and improve a patient’s vision. We offer a full range of IOL options, allowing us to customize each patient’s vision correction to suit their unique needs and lifestyle.

YAG Laser Capsulotomy

Some patients encounter blurry vision after cataract surgery, a condition that may be referred to as “secondary cataracts.” In truth, cataracts do not return once the cloudy lens of the eye is removed and replaced with an intraocular lens (IOL) implant. Blurry vision after cataract surgery is a result of a haze forming on the membrane behind the IOL, known as posterior capsule opacification (PCO). This condition can be treated with a fast and painless procedure known as YAG laser capsulotomy.

Pterygium Treatment

A pterygium is a benign raised growth on the white part of the eye. Though benign, pterygia can cause pain, blurred vision, redness, and irritation. In some cases, a pterygium can cause disfigurement. A pterygium can often be treated with prescription eye drops, but in some cases, pterygium excision is required.

Laser Peripheral Iridotomy (LPI)

LPI is generally recommended to prevent or treat patients with narrow-angle glaucoma. During this procedure, a laser is used to create a tiny opening in the iris (the colored part of the eye) to widen the drainage pathway. This helps decrease an accumulation of fluid within the eye, which can lead to irreversible damage to the optic nerve and permanent vision loss.

Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT)

Selective laser trabeculoplasty, or SLT, is a laser procedure performed to lower intraocular pressure in patients with open-angle glaucoma. SLT may be recommended for patients whose intraocular pressure has not sufficiently responded to eye drop medications, or who encounter significant side effects after using those medications. This procedure is performed to stimulate the drainage tissue (the trabecular meshwork) through a chemical and biological change to increase the amount of fluid drained from within the eye, which helps lower the intraocular pressure. SLT is generally recommended when eye drop medications are not lowering the eye pressure enough or are causing significant side effects.

Schedule a Consultation

To schedule a consultation with an experienced ocular surgeon, please contact us at Precision Ambulatory Surgery Center. We are proud to serve patients from Fort Worth, Ft. Worth, Dallas, and the DFW area.

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