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Study Claims Cataract Surgery Can Improve Sleep

According to a recent article in the UK’s Daily Mail, a study at Nara Medical University in Japan found that patients who had cataract surgery sleep better. At the heart of this study: the clouding of the lens preventing light from reaching the part of our brains that sets our body clocks. The study had… Read More


Update on Clinical Trials

The Eye Consultants Research Foundation is still actively seeking Dallas/Fort Worth area participants for our Light Adjustable Lens (LAL®) clinical study. If you have cataracts you may be eligible for inclusion in this study. Should you qualify and choose to participate, you will be compensated for your time and involvement. The LAL is designed to… Read More


Another technological first for Eye Consultants of Texas

We are excited to announce that we are the first practice in Dallas/Fort Worth, and Texas, to commercially acquire the Verion™ Image Guided System. The Verion is a fairly recent advancement used in refractive, or “laser-assisted,” cataract surgery. It starts to work at the planning phase to help the surgeon optimize accuracy and efficiency throughout… Read More


Study Shows ORA Can Improve Toric Lens Outcomes

Eye Consultants of Texas was the first Dallas/Fort Worth practice to use what is now the ORA System – the first intraoperative abberometer technology that provides real-time measurements of the eye during cataract surgery. On January 1, 2014, an Ophthalmology Times online article appeared about a study which showed ORA technology significantly improves refractive and… Read More


Eating your way to help reduce the risk of cataracts

From an early age, we’re told that carrots are good for our eyes. It’s no surprise that research has suggested a connection between nutrition and prevention of cataracts. Not only do we encourage a healthy diet for our Dallas/Fort Worth eye care patients, we may make nutritional recommendations as part of a patient’s treatment plan…. Read More


Second Crystalens Workshop & Brunch Set for January

When: January 11, 2014, 10:00 AM until 12:00 noon Where: Eye Consultants of Texas in Grapevine Cost: FREE Our first Crystalens® Workshop & Brunch held in June was such a huge success, we’re hosting a second one on January 11. Crystalens is an accommodating intraocular lens that is having a life-changing effect on patients all… Read More


Dr. Labor Selected To Evaluate New Cataract Surgery Device

As part of our goal to offer Dallas/Fort Worth cataract patients the latest technology, Eye Consultants of Texas founder Phillips Kirk Labor, MD has agreed to be among a select group of U.S. surgeons chosen to evaluate a new device called Xpand. Officially referred to as an “iris speculum,” it was developed to improve dilation… Read More


Our First Crystalens Workshop And Brunch A Huge Success

The first Eye Consultants of Texas Crystalens Workshop and Brunch was recently held June 29, 2013 at our Grapevine offices. This was open to anyone who had a Crystalens® intraocular lens (IOL) implant or is considering Crystalens. In addition, area Optometrists who managed Crystalens patients were also invited. We are very proud that over 50… Read More


Dr. Labor Publishes New Technology Article In National Publication

Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today, a major industry publication, recently asked Phillips Kirk Labor, MD to share his expertise about a revolutionary cataract surgery technology he introduced to Dallas/Fort Worth in 2011. The result was an article Dr. Labor authored, Updating Your Practice With Advanced Technology, with the subtitle, Intraoperative aberrometry is a worthwhile investment… Read More


Premium smart lens patients the real stars of our latest video

Eye Consultants of Texas has just launched a new video featuring actual Fort Worth metro area patients telling their stories. These patients had premium smart lens implants as part of their cataract surgery or as a clear lens extraction. More specifically, these included Crystalens, ReSTOR and AcrySof Toric lens patients. The video was intentionally unscripted… Read More