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LASIK Eye Surgery

Blurry vision makes it difficult to perform simple tasks. Although contacts or glasses help, they can be inconvenient and limiting.

LASIK eye surgery can enhance your vision so you can see clearly without prescription eyewear.

What makes LASIK at Cornea Associates of Texas in Dallas, Plano, and Fort Worth, TX, such a great option for better vision? 

The Region's Leading Eye Care Facility WITH OFFICES IN DALLAS, FORT WORTH & PLANO, TX

Cornea Associates of Texas, the region's leading eye care facility, uses state-of-the-art technology and a caring approach to improve your vision through LASIK surgery.   

We are recognized by our peers as authorities and are often called upon to consult on difficult vision correction cases. Each of our highly trained LASIK surgeons is a cornea specialist with advanced fellowship training.

A Closer Look at LASIK Surgery 

LASIK, formally known as laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis, is laser eye surgery performed to correct refractive errors that prevent your eyes from focusing correctly. Many people find they no longer need to wear glasses or contact lenses after surgery. This laser vision correction can fix:

  • Nearsightedness (myopia)
  • Farsightedness (hyperopia) 
  • Astigmatism 

Laser vision correction surgery involves creating a flap in the outermost corneal tissue (epithelium) and then reshaping the tissue underneath (stroma) to enhance your ability to focus.

Meet the JNJ (formerly Visx) Star S4 Excimer Laser

JNJ Star S4 excimer laser
The LASIK surgeons at the Cornea Associates of Texas in Dallas, Plano, and Fort Worth use the advanced JNJ Star S4 excimer laser. This exceptionally accurate tool allows for precise correction of refractive errors. Although you may experience some temporary side effects, such as dry eye, this technology reduces the already very low risk of surgical complications associated with this procedure.

Our Surgeons Are Leaders in the Field  Who Listen to Their Patients

When it's time to put your trust in a surgeon, you want to know that they've heard you. Our surgeons at Cornea Associates of Texas are not only highly trained, but also excellent listeners who care about each and every patient.

When it comes to eyesight, we know people aren't just buying a procedure. They are also putting their trust in a surgeon. We invite you to learn first-hand why so many in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area trust their vision to our team.

We have offices in offices in Dallas, Plano, and Fort Worth. Request a free consultation online today, or give us a call:

(214) 692-0146

"I LOVE my new eyes!" 5-Star Reviews


Laraine Larson

Fort Worth, TX


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Dr. Zaffos is the most compassionate doctor I have seen in a very long time. His level of expertise is unparalleled. After seeing Dr. Zaffos, I have hope for improved vision, which I haven't had in a long time.

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Jimmy “Badd Dawgg” Murley

Dallas, TX


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If I could give Dr. Nettune more than 5 stars I would. Cornea Associates, you all were a gift from God and I l LOVE my new eyes!! Thank you everyone involved.

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How We Stand Out From the Crowd Benefits of Choosing Cornea Associates of Texas

Cutting-Edge Technology

We use state-of-the-art technology to perform laser refractive surgery. 

By combining the Intralase femtosecond laser, the JNJ Star S4 excimer laser, and iDesign software, our ophthalmologists are able to provide safe, accurate surgery with beneficial long-term results.

Flexible Financing

Vision is invaluable, which is why we strive to make LASIK accessible to as many people in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area as possible. In addition to accepting major credit cards, we also offer patient financing through Wells Fargo. 

Cost will look different for every patient, so we recommend coming into our office for a free consultation.

Follow-up Appointments

We want to ensure that you're entirely happy with your LASIK results, which is why we offer free enhancements for the first 12 months after surgery to sharpen your vision to its full potential.

Your follow-up appointment schedule will look like the following: 1 day post-op, 7-10 days, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, 9 month; 12 month.

Is LASIK Safe? 

Laser eye surgery is incredibly safe, and today’s advanced technology has made it safer and more precise than ever before. According to the American Refractive Surgery Council, the LASIK procedure carries a less than one percent chance of surgical complications.

LASIK carries a less than one percent chance of surgical complications

Of course, technology is just one part of refractive eye surgery. To reduce the chance of complications you will also want to choose a highly trained specialist in eye surgery

The LASIK surgeons at Cornea Associates of Texas are highly skilled when it comes to using the advanced technology used in today's LASIK procedures. In fact, many of them participated in the original Food and Drug Administration (FDA) trials for using excimer lasers in eye surgeries. 

Reach out to our team today to find out if this procedure is right for you.

Can LASIK Treat Presbyopia?

Because LASIK treats the cornea, it is not an effective treatment for presbyopia. Presbyopia is an age-related inability to focus on nearby objects due to a loss of flexibility in the crystalline lens, which is the disc of tissue that lies behind the cornea within the eye. During a consultation, we can identify your vision needs and recommend the most effective treatment for your case.

Traditional vs. Custom LASIK Why Custom LASIK Provides Outstanding Results

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Traditional LASIK

Traditional LASIK differs from custom LASIK largely in how precisely the amount of correction you need is determined and achieved. Traditional LASIK is comparable to shoe sizes: although you may actually be a size 9.987, you will likely purchase a size 10 because shoes aren't available in such exact sizes. Although this approach has helped many to experience profound benefits, it doesn't capture the tiny flaws in the cornea that lead to problems with halos, glare, night vision, and other higher-order aberrations. 

Patient receiving custom LASIK surgery

Custom LASIK

In contrast, custom LASIK, also called iDesign LASIK, uses a detailed three-dimensional map of the corneal surface to identify precisely the amount of correction you need. Instead of having to correct your eye to the nearest available degree, custom iDesign LASIK can provide correction to virtually any degree. This digital map is as unique as your fingerprint and records both lower- and higher-order aberrations so they can be corrected during eye surgery. 

Free Consultations To Bring You One Step Closer to Clearer Vision

Each year, you have to spend money on new contact lenses and glasses. Over time, you'll end up paying a significant amount on corrective lenses.

Making an investment in laser vision correction can end up saving you money in the long run. Not to mention, it will actually address and correct the root cause of your blurry vision.

At Cornea Associates of Texas, we offer free laser correction surgery consultations, so that our patients are one step closer to clear vision. Reach out to one of our three Texas offices in Dallas, Plano, and Fort Worth, or call:

(214) 692-0146

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Twila Mitchell

Fort Worth, TX


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They are always on time with my appointments. The testing equipment is amazing, and all of the staff are professional and personable.

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Leona Sterling

Dallas, TX


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Great experience. Explained everything where I could understand

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Does the Thought of Eye Surgery Make You Nervous?

LASIK can be a life-changing experience, but we understand that some may feel anxious about refractive eye surgery.

In talking with patients, we have discovered that for many, their anxiety is rooted in the unknown. Most concerns can be relieved simply by sitting down with a surgeon who can explain our procedures and safeguards in detail. 

Please take advantage of our free consultations so we can address your concerns. 

LASIK Surgery Produces Outstanding Results 

LASIK infographic showing 90% of patients have 20/20 or better vision, 96% patient satisfaction following surgery, 99% of patients have 20/40 or better vision

*According to the American Refractive Surgery Council.

LASIK eye surgery has shown impressive success rates, and a vast majority of patients who have undergone LASIK are very satisfied with their results. 

Do You Have Questions?

Visit our Frequently Answered Questions page to find out about recovery and dry eyes after treatment, how much vision improvement you can expect, and more.

What Are the Alternatives to LASIK?


If you don't qualify for LASIK, then PRK may be a better option to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism. Both methods alter the cornea to correct vision. However, in PRK, no flap is made. Instead, the epithelium is completely removed, and it regenerates after about three to four days.

Learn More about PRK

​Phakic IOLs

Some patients are not candidates for LASIK or PRK due to the severity of their nearsightedness. At Cornea Associates of Texas, our surgeons are proud to offer these patients an alternative: the phakic intraocular lens. These lenses are placed in front of your natural lens to correct your vision.

Learn More about Phakic IOLs

"A little miracle" Brenda's Story

Thanks to her surgery at Cornea Associates of Texas, Brenda can now enjoy living her life with 20/20 vision. If you still need convincing, listen to her LASIK vision correction experience. You can reach out to our offices in the Dallas, TX, area for a laser procedure consultation.
Eye doctors at Cornea Associates of Texas

Cornea Associates of Texas

Cornea Associates of Texas provides superior eye care from offices in Plano, Fort Worth, and Dallas, TX. Our doctors perform many surgical procedures, including LASIK surgery, PRK surgery, EVO ICL and cataract surgery. Our doctors are affiliated with several prestigious organizations, including:

  • The American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • The American Medical Association
  • The American Board of Ophthalmology
  • The International Society of Refractive Surgery

To schedule a consultation with our team, please fill out our online form or call (214) 692-0146.

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