Northeast Dallas Optometrist Cataract Surgery Co-Management Services Launched

Northeast Dallas optometrist Dallas Eyes Now has launched cataract surgery co-management services. Experienced optometrists provide pre-surgery eye exams and manage post-surgery follow-up checks.

Dallas, United States - October 24, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Northeast Dallas optometrist Dallas Eyes Now announced the launch of cataract surgery co-management services. The National Eye Institute estimates that cataracts affect more than 24.4 million Americans and over 1.5 million people in Texas.

More information about Dallas Eyes Now is available at https://eyesnow.us

The leading Dallas eye care center now offers pre-surgery eye health evaluations and cataract post-op recovery care services. Professional optometrists at Dallas Eyes Now work closely with the ophthalmologist performing the surgery to maximize the probability of a successful outcome.

A cataract is the clouding of the transparent and crystalline eye lens caused by aging, injury, or congenital defects. The breakdown of proteins in the lens causes it to become rigid and opaque, resulting in a loss of vision, altered color perception, and light sensitivity. Cataract surgery is a minimally invasive procedure with a low complication rate that involves the replacement of the clouded lens with an artificial intraocular lens (IOL).

Dallas Eyes Now offers cataract co-management services that include an eye exam to evaluate a patient’s condition and pass on all relevant information to the eye surgeon. Dallas Eyes Now optometrists manage all follow-up appointments after the first post-surgery ophthalmologist’s checkup.

North Dallas eye care specialists will continue to liaise with the surgical team, keeping them up to date about a patient’s progress and healing. The DFW vision care center also supplies new lenses, frames, and sunglasses.

Visit https://eyesnow.us/service/cataract-surgery-co-management for more information. Dallas Eyes Now offers direct billing for eye plans from fifteen leading insurance providers including Aetna, Medicare, Cigna, UHC, BCBS, and Humana.

According to a spokesperson for the Northeast Dallas cataract co-management center, “Our cataract co-management services combine state-of-the-art diagnostics with the finest postoperative cataract surgery care in Dallas.”

Dallas Eyes Now is an optometrist’s office in NorthPark Center at the intersection of W Northwest Highway and North Central Expressway in Dallas. The practice is owned and operated by Dr. Manoj Abraham, an experienced US Navy optometrist, optometry teacher, and Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry.

For more information about cataract surgery follow-up care in Dallas, call 214-466-1441 or visit the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Sam Westbrook
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Organization: Dallas Eyes Now
Address: 8687 N Central Expy #2200, Dallas, TX 75225, United States
Phone: +1-214-368-0059
Website: https://eyesnow.us/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88980413

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