IOL clear vision Austin Deciding on the Right IOL for Me

After deciding to undergo lens replacement surgery, the next step for patients is to choose the lens that is most compatible with their vision goals and lifestyle. The team at Eye Clinic of Austin offers patients a range of intraocular lenses, or IOLs. With so many choices, some patients may not know where to begin […]

Evo ICL Technology Austin Evo ICL Technology for Cataract Surgery

Every person’s eyes are unique and those considering cataract surgery want effective solutions for vision correction. The EVO Implantable Collamer Lens (EVO ICL) is often an ideal choice for patients with moderate to severe nearsightedness. When the ICL is used in cataract surgery, the result is clear vision and reduced dependence on glasses and contact […]

RxSight Light Adjustable Lens Technology for Cataract Surgery

Cataract Surgery is a safe and effective procedure that replaces the natural lens with an artificial one, called an intraocular lens (IOL). This requires the patient to choose from a number of IOLs, most of which come in a fixed range of powers. Before your surgery, eye measurements are used to set the appropriate power […]

Tecnis Eyhance IOL Eye Clinic of Austin FIRST in Austin to Perform Revolutionary Eyhance Intraocular Lens for Cataract Patients

At the beginning of the February, Johnson & Johnson Vision, a global leader in eye health, announced that the FDA approved the TECNIS EyhanceTM and TECNIS EyhanceTM Toric II intraocular lens (IOL) for the treatment of cataract patients in the United States. Dr. Farhan Irshad and the Eye Clinic of Austin team were the first […]

A First for Texas: Farhan A. Irshad, MD FACS Implanted Dextenza For Post-Surgery Pain

Dr. Farhan Irshad was the first anterior segment surgeon in Texas to do the DEXTENZA implant for ocular pain following eye surgery.

New Dropless Cataract Surgery™ Now Available

The newest cataract surgery advancement, Dropless Cataract Surgery™, is now available at Eye Clinic of Austin. Dropless Cataract Surgery is a new treatment option that reduces or eliminates the need for patients to administer pricey prescription eye drops 3-4 weeks after the surgery.