Ophthalmology Associates would like to congratulate Brian E. Flowers, M.D. for being awarded the Surgery Day Lecture at the 2021 American Glaucoma Society annual meeting. This keynote address is awarded to the “individual who has contributed to the excellence and advancement of glaucoma surgery.” Also a previous American Academy of Ophthalmology Achievement Award and Senior… Read More
Ophthalmology Associates is happy to announce the return of Dr. Katie Finnerty to our clinic. Dr. Finnerty will provide services in both medical and cosmetic oculoplastics. Watch for more news to come!
Dear Patients, It has been my honor, and an unmatched privilege of my life, to serve as your Ophthalmologist and our community for the past 48 years as a member of Ophthalmology Associates. I am forever humbled and grateful for the immense trust you have shown in me. It was a difficult decision however after… Read More
Our office is open for appointments. If your surgery or routine appointment was cancelled and you would like to reschedule, please call us at 817-332-2020. We are trying to reach out to everyone and look forward to seeing you! Please be safe: Please wear a mask while inside. Please practice social distancing. Please be willing… Read More
TO OUR PATIENTS July 2020 – We continue to practice COVID-19 safety measures and appreciate the understanding and cooperation of all our patients. You will be required to sign a COVID-19 questionnaire on your arrival. You will be required to have on a mask. We are not able to provide masks, so, please bring your… Read More
Most Americans only visit the eye doctor when they notice changes in their vision. Not a bad plan, right? Although it’s always important to see a doctor if you notice a difference in your health, you might want to visit your eye doctor even if you don’t think anything is wrong. This is because comprehensive eye… Read More
February is Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month! The aim of this month is to educate patients about macular degeneration, as well as promote awareness, share resources, and encourage comprehensive vision examinations. What is macular degeneration? Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss among Americans age 50 and older. It is also known… Read More
Have you heard? Cataract surgery leads to better driving! Cataract surgery can be life-changing, allowing patients with poor vision to finally see bright colors, regain their night vision, and even reduce their dependence on glasses. But can these improvements be measured? In Australia, a group of researchers sought to quantify how much cataract surgery can… Read More