How Does Cataract Surgery Work?
Cataract Surgery is done on an outpatient basis with little or no downtime afterwards. Also called lens replacement surgery, it is the removal of the natural lens of the eye that has developed an opacification, which is referred to as a cataract, and its replacement with an intraocular lens.

Steps to Improve Your Vision . . .

During Cataract Surgery, 

STEP 1: The diseased lens is removed.
STEP 2: The new lens implant is inserted.
STEP 3: The new lens implant is positioned to restore vision.
Services Offered

Specializing in Superior Eye Care for 
Senior Citizens, Teens, and Adults

  • Cataract Surgery
  • Pterygium Surgery
  • Comprehensive Eye Exams
  • Glaucoma Care
  • Diabetic Eye Screening
  • Dry Eye Care
  • Glasses, Contact Lens Exams
  • Plaquenil Eye Screening
How Does Glaucoma Treatment Work? 
Glaucoma Treatment may involve medications in the form of prescribed eyedrops. Advanced surgical and laser procedures can also be viable options. During surgery, the ophthalmologist uses a heat device called a Trabectome to a tiny cut in your eye's drainage tubes. It sends heat to the mesh of tissue inside your eye. It can ease fluid buildup and pressure.

Options to Improve Your Vision . . .

OPTION 1: Prescribed Medications.
OPTION 2: Laser Surgery.
OPTION 3: Traditional Surgery.
Contact Dr. Lauren Wiggins
drwiggins@laurenwigginsmd.com

214-826-7231

3600 Gaston Ave # 454
Dallas, TX 75246
Highly sought-after physician, Harvard Graduate, and Dallas native, Lauren Wiggins, MD, is your premiere resource for Ophthalmology services. Contact us for assistance and inquiries.