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Glaucoma Laser Surgery SLT Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty Glaucoma Eye Surgery

SLT Glaucoma Laser Treatment is Safe & Effective

Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT) - Glaucoma Laser Eye Surgery   Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty is an Alternative to Medicine for Treating Glaucoma          
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Glaucoma Glaucoma Treatment Eye Pressure iStent Glaucoma Surgery

A New Era and New Treatment for Glaucoma Patients

The iStent is a Promising New Treatment for Glaucoma Patients that also Need Cataract Surgery It is a promising era for glaucoma patients.  On June 25, 2012, the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) approved the iStent Trabecular Micro-Bypass Stent System, Model GTS100R/L.  The iStent is the first device ever approved to be used in conjunction with cataract surgery for adults with moderate open angle glaucoma.   
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Eye Herpes Herpes Eye Infection Herpes Simplex Herpes Keratitis

Can a Herpes Infection Really Cause Blindness?

Herpes Simplex Keratitis Eye Infection Herpes Simplex Keratitis or simply herpes keratitis (sometimes referred to as dendritic keratitis) is an infection of the cornea of the eye by the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV1), which can cause serious vision loss including blindness.  It is estimated that 80% of the U.S. population harbors this virus!   At least two thirds of those infected do not have outbreaks and recurrences or they are too mild to notice.
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Glaucoma Glaucoma Medicine

ZIOPTAN is a New Preservative-Free Glaucoma Medicine

FDA Approves a New, Effective Glaucoma Medicine The first preservative free prostaglandin ophthalmic solution eye drop medicine used to treat glaucoma has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.  The new preservative free glaucoma medicine is known as ZIOPTAN™ (tafluprost ophthalmic solution 0.0015%). ZIOPTAN (pronounced zye-OP-tan), distributed by Merck (NYSE: MRK) is approved for reducing elevated intraocular pressure (IOP) in patients with open-angle glaucoma, the most common type of glaucoma. ZIOPTAN is one of several prescription eye drops in a category called prostaglandin analogs.  Other medicines in this glaucoma treatment category include Travatan Z, Lumigan and Xalatan.  A prostaglandin analog is typically the first type of medicine prescribed by an eye doctor in the treatment of open angle glaucoma.  The significance of Zioptan is that it is the first and only preservative free prostaglandin analog.  It is often believed that preservatives in the eye drops can possibly cause side effects that cause problems with the outer ocular surface such as the cornea and conjunctiva. ZIOPTAN and other Prostaglandin Glaucoma Medicines are Considered the Most Potent Eye Drops for Lowering Intraocular Pressure
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Eye Physicians Eye Care Options

The Best in Texan Eye Care

It’s unbelievable that many patients put their vision as last on the list when it comes to their health. When you sacrifice your eye care you sacrifice a lot. If you live in central Texas you should consider getting your vision checked at Master Eye Associates, a leader in Texan eye care. Master Eye Associates has the experienced eye doctors that you need in order to get leading edge eye care. Master Eye Associates’ optometrists and glaucoma specialists provide the skill and convenience you demand when seeking treatment for pink eye, glaucoma, retina problems, diabetic eye exams, contacts or general eye exams for eyeglasses. You Will Experience a Leader in Texan Eye Care With Master Eye Associates
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Eye Physicians

Find an Optometrist Austin TX

Are you new to the Austin, Texas area? Even if you aren’t, finding a good eye doctor that you can trust means a lot, and you can make an appointment with one of the most trusted practices in the state of Texas. At Master Eye Associates we offer vision care for young and old and we offer full-service to all of our patients, meaning that our doctors are highly trained in diagnosing and treating eye disease and help you get the contact lenses that you need or the glasses that you need. Need a prescription update? You won’t know until you come visit us at Master Eye Associates. The Optometrist Austin TX That is the Future of Eye Care
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Contact Lenses Contact Lens Exam

Have You Scheduled Your Contacts Exam?

When was the last time you had your eyes checked? Maybe your family physician asked you this recently, and that is because your eyes are important!  Without your eyes you would enjoy very little. We have the resources and the eye doctors to help you get your vision problems resolved quickly and efficiently.  At Master Eye Associates we care about your eyes and about you, and we have a vision for your eye health!  Don’t put your eyes last because they mean everything to your health and wellness, and you need them in order to drive! Schedule Your Eye Contacts Exam With the Eye Doctors You Trust
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Eye Physicians

Getting Connected With Eye Doctors That Care

Would you like to know that the eye doctors that you get an appointment with are highly trained and have the highest ethical standards? Our Master eye doctors only have your best interest at heart, and that is why we don’t sell optical products (eyeglasses or contacts) to our patients. Master Eye Associates believes that your eyes are important.  We aren’t willing to sacrifice your trust, ethical service and the best eye care available.  Our eye doctors don’t want to be influenced on what contacts to prescribe because we can earn a higher profit selling one brand of contacts vs. another.  The same goes for eyeglasses and lenses.  Certain lenses bring in higher profits than others.  We want to prescribe what is best for you, whether it’s medicine, contacts or eyeglasses, you can be assured that you are receiving what is best for you – not what brings the highest profit for your eye doctor.   Giving you your optical prescription without any silent pressure to buy from us also gives you the freedom of choice to shop for contacts or more styles of eyeglasses and frames at your convenience and at lower prices.  Our Eye Doctors Use the Best in Diagnostic Equipment
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Eye Care Appointment Eye Care Services

Don’t Wait to Get Your Eye Exam

It’s unbelievable to think that many patients will go without getting their eye exam because they feel that they don’t have the time, or they cannot afford it if insurance won’t pay for it. Your eye health is important, and if you don’t get your eyes checked yearly as you would your teeth, then you could put yourself at risk for eye strain, reduced vision or something much more serious. Master Eye Associates encourages all of their patients to get regular eye exams so that they can protect their vision. The Importance of Getting a Regular Eye Exam
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Contact Lenses Contact Lens Exam

Do You Need a Contact Lens Exam?

Did you know that right now when you visit our website you can take advantage of our certificate to save $20 on your contact lens exam? Our eye doctors are highly trained to diagnose and treat eye diseases and they provide refractive services to help you get what you need to care for your eyes. Our highly skilled optometrists have experience with every contact lens modality in the world. They are able to prescribe bifocal contacts and contacts for astigmatism as well. Our doctors do it every day at Master Eye Associates, so we know what you need to give you clear comfortable vision with your contacts.
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Avastin Central Retina Macular Degeneration Treatment Lucentis Macular Degeneration Macula Eylea Aflibercept

EYLEA is a New Medicine for the Treatment of Macular Degeneration

Eylea is an Effective Treatment for Macular Degeneration and Costs Less than Current Similar Medicine EYLEA™ (aflibercept) was approved in December 2011 for the treatment of neovascular (wet) macular degeneration. Eylea (by Regeneron) works much like Lucentis and Avastin in its treatment of macular degeneration except that it is used less frequently and costs less. The recommended dose for EYLEA is 2 mg (0.05 mL) administered by injection into the vitreous of the eye every 4 weeks (monthly) for the first 3 months followed by 2 mg (0.05 mL) via injection once every 8 weeks (2 months).
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Eye Care Options

Who is the Best Option for You?

If you are looking for eye care, Lakeway has a great selection to choose from. Of course, sometimes having a large selection in a short driving distance can work against you since you have to narrow down your options to make a decision. Which doctor is best for you and your family? Do you even know what to look for in a provider? Well, ideally you will choose a facility with eye doctors who are qualified to provide an array of services. It is also a good idea to pick one who doesn’t work on commission and an eye doctor that doesn’t derive income from the sale of eyeglasses or contact lenses. This way, you can feel confident knowing that you are getting prescribed exactly what you need and no one is going to try to guilt you into purchasing those extra expensive frames or a certain brand of contacts that mean more income for the doctor! Choosing Eye Care in Lakeway
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