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Top Place to Work In Dallas
Cornea Associates of Texas has been recognized, for the fourth year in a row, as one of the Top 100 Places to Work by the Dallas Morning News. This year Cornea Associates was ranked as the #1 Small Business and Dr. Gelender was recognized as one of the Top 3 CEO's!
"D" Magazine votes Cornea Associate Doctors to Top Doctors List for 15 Years Straight
Best Doctors is a peer-review voting process. D-Magazine relies on the doctors' expertise to determine who deserves to be on the list, just like a doctor would recommend a patient to a specialist. The nomination form asked doctors to cast a vote bearding in mind the following question: which Dallas doctors would you trust with the care of a loved one? On it are some of the finest physicians ever to take the Hippocratic oath. Proven experts in their specialties and highly respected by their peers. "When you have the need, these are the people to see".
Cornea Associates is proud to have been included in the "Best Ophthalmologist/LASIK" category for 11 years straight.
NBC5 Chief Meteorologist David Finfrock has LASIK, walks you through the process
NBC5 Chief Meteorologist DAVID FINFROCK had LASIK Vision Correction Surgery performed by Cornea Associate of Texas and walks you through the process. David had worn glasses since third grade, and before surgery, his vision was 20/1000. He needed glasses to see almost everything in his daily life, including his alarm clock, his new granddaughter, and even the big 'E' on the eye chart."
Now that has all changed—David isn't wearing glasses anymore. While that will be an adjustment to viewers used to watching his weather-casts, it's a happy change for David.
It was never a vanity issue with David. He didn't particularly mind glasses, but, there were other issues—little things that added up over time such as limited peripheral vision, not being able to see while snorkeling or doing any other water sport, and needing reading glasses. Like most folks, he did not want to deal with the transition to bifocals.
David wants to tell others that he has “thoroughly enjoyed his newfound freedom without corrective lenses."