No Shortcuts

There are no shortcuts to becoming a physician and surgeon.

THERE SHOULD BE NO SHORTCUTS TO PROVIDING MEDICAL EYE CARE

Because of the years of training they receive in medical school and a medical residency before they practice, Texans can rest assured that ophthalmologists have been trained to understand the risks, complications and implications of any treatment.

MEDICAL SCHOOL PREPARES OPHTHALMOLOGISTS TO ADDRESS ANY CONDITION OR COMPLICATION

Whether diabetes, a previous or existing infection, allergy or medical history, a physician will know how to best approach the specific situations of individual patients and how they will interact with the eyes.

He or she will also be able to seamlessly incorporate any new technologies or emerging treatments, building on their years of medical school and training.

NOTHING CAN REPLICATE OR REPLACE A PHYSICIAN'S EXPERTISE 

A misdiagnosis, the wrong procedure, or inadequate follow-up from someone lacking true medical training places Texas patients at risk.