Find a Cataract Surgeon in Houston, Texas
Cataract Surgery & Intraocular Lens Implants (IOL)
in Houston, TX

Eye Center of Texas
Edward C. Wade, M.D.
Mark L. Mayo, M.D.
(713) 797-1010
6565 West Loop South
Suite 650
Bellaire, TX 77401
(281) 277-1010
15400 SW Freeway
Sugar Land, TX 77478
(281) 998-3333
4415 Crenshaw Rd
Pasadena, TX 77504
(281) 332-1397
450 Medical Center Boulevard
Webster, TX 77598
(713) 797-1010
Katy Medical Complex
Professional Building 1
21700 Kingsland Blvd., Suite 104
Katy, TX 77450

The Eye Clinic of Texas
Bernard Milstein, M.D.
Da-Thuy T. Van, D.O.

(409) 765-6324
2302 Avenue P
Galveston, TX 77550
(281) 332-3937
1100 Gulf Freeway S.
Suite 114
League City, TX 77573
(409) 938-8437
7111 Medical Center Drive
Suite 110
Texas City, TX 77590
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Learn About Cataract Surgeons in Houston

Houston Texas has many ophthalmologists who are Cataract Surgeons. Houston is a city in which you will find some of the best Cataract Surgeons in Texas. The best Houston Cataract Surgeons are those that have a combination of training, surgical skill, experience and compassion for their patients.

Cataracts in Houston
If you live in or around Houston and have been experiencing the symptoms of Cataracts-such as blurry vision, cloudy vision, faded or washed out color vision, difficulty with night driving or glare symptoms-you should take the time to learn more about Cataracts, how they develop and what can be done to help improve your vision.

Cataract Surgery in Houston
The top Houston Cataract Surgeons performing Cataract Surgery in Houston use procedures that allow Cataracts to be removed through small incisions with a quick visual recovery. In almost all cases, Cataract Surgery in Houston can be performed on an outpatient basis in a convenient outpatient ambulatory surgery center in Houston or nearby. 

IOLs or Lens Implants in Houston
IOLs are used to provide vision correction after Cataract Surgery. The best Houston Cataract Surgeons offer Houston Cataract patients IOLs such as toric lens implants to correct astigmatism and near vision presbyopia correcting lens implants such as Crystalens®, AcrySof® ReSTOR®, Technis® Mutlifocal and ReZoom™ to help patients become independent of eyeglasses, bifocals and reading glasses after Cataract Surgery.

Dr. Bernard Milstein, Dr. Da-Thuy T. Van of The Eye Clinic of Texas and Dr. Mark L. Mayo, Dr. Edward C. Wade of Eye Center of Texas help sponsor and help make information about Cataract Surgery and Houston Cataract Surgeons available to you.

If you have a Cataract in Houston you are fortunate to be in a world-class center of Cataract Surgery with the presence of the Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. These institutions have produced a solid number of Houston Cataract Surgeons who are available for Cataract evaluations, examinations and consultation in greater Houston. Choose a Cataract Surgeon in Houston who is a not only a Cataract Doctor, but is also a Cataract Specialist in Houston and who will be able to answer questions about eye Cataracts, Lens Implants (IOL)s, symptoms and types of Cataracts as well as Cataract Surgery in general as well as educate you as to any unusual potential Cataract Surgery problems should you need eye surgery. Houston Cataract Surgeons are conveniently located for patients from Houston, Conroe, Spring, The Woodlands, Pasadena, Pearland, Friendswood, Rosenberg, Missouri City and Sugar Land, Texas.

Facts About Houston Texas
Houston Texas is the fourth-largest city in the United States and the largest city in the State of Texas. The Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown metropolitan area is the sixth-largest metropolitan area in the U.S.

Houston's economy has a broad industrial base in the energy, manufacturing, aeronautics, transportation, and health care sectors and is a leading center for building oilfield equipment. Houston has a multicultural population with a large and growing international community. Houston is recognized worldwide for its energy industry, particularly for oil and natural gas as well as for biomedical research and aeronautics. Renewable energy sources such as wind and solar energy are also becoming popular economic bases in Houston. Five of the six supermajor energy companies maintain a large base of operations in Houston including ConocoPhillips, Exxon-Mobil, Shell Oil, Chevron and BP. Houston is also headquarters for the Marathon Oil Corporation, Apache Corporation, and Citgo aas well as alternative energy companies such as Horizon Wind Energy.

Houston received the official nickname of "Space City" in 1967 because it is the location of NASA's Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center. Other nicknames often used by locals include "Bayou City," "Magnolia City," "Clutch City," and "H-Town."

Houston is the home of the internationally renowned Texas Medical Center, which contains the world's largest concentration of research and healthcare institutions. Some of the academic and research health institutions in the center include Baylor College of Medicine, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, The Methodist Hospital, Texas Children's Hospital and The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center has consistently ranked as one of the top two U.S. hospitals specializing in cancer care by U.S. News & World Report since 1990.

AcrySof®ReSTOR® is a registered trademark of Alcon, Inc., ReZoom™ and Technis® are registered trademarks of
Abbott Medical Optics and Crystalens® is a registered trademark of Bausch & Lomb.