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Why Do You Have to Dilate My Eyes?

Posted On January 24, 2023 / By / Posted in Blog

Why Do You Have to Dilate My Eyes?

Your retina is located in the back of your eye. On the front of your eye, the pupil is a round black opening in the center of the iris (the colored part

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Posted On January 12, 2023 / By / Posted in Blog

Understanding Your Insurance Coverage: How Prior Authorizations Can Impact Your Retina Care

Health insurance policies and coverage vary greatly. As we start a new year, it is important to understand how your specific plan works and how that can affect your retina care. Some

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Posted On January 10, 2023 / By / Posted in Blog

Texas Retina Associates Celebrates Employees Who Have Contributed 25+ Years of Service

As a new year begins, we would like to take a moment to thank and congratulate 12 employees who have served Texas Retina Associates for 25 or more years: Laurie A. Griffis,

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Posted On January 5, 2023 / By / Posted in Blog

Retina Today Publishes Dr. Abbey’s Research on a Potential Toxic Side Effect of Some “Dropless” Cataract Surgery

“Dropless” cataract surgery has become more popular over the past decade and involves an injection of antibiotics and/or steroids into the eye at the time of surgery to eliminate the need for

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Posted On December 29, 2022 / By / Posted in Blog

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! Our offices will be closed for the holiday on Monday, January 2, 2023. As another year comes to a close, we want to thank all of our patients, referring

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Posted On December 27, 2022 / By / Posted in Blog

Protect Your Eyes When Enjoying Holiday Champagne

While a popular way to celebrate and ring in the new year, popping open a bottle of champagne can be dangerous. Did you know that a champagne cork can fly up to

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Posted On December 20, 2022 / By / Posted in Blog

Holiday Office Closure

Happy Holidays from Texas Retina Associates! Our offices will be closed Friday, December 23, 2022, and Monday, December 26, 2022. We wish you and your family health and happiness this holiday season!

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Posted On December 14, 2022 / By / Posted in Blog

Texas Retina Associates Announces the Retirement of Rand Spencer, MD

It is with bittersweet emotion that we announce the retirement of Rand Spencer, MD, from Texas Retina Associates effective December 31, 2022. He has been caring for patients at our practice since

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Posted On November 29, 2022 / By / Posted in Blog

Keep an Eye on Safety When Purchasing and Playing with Holiday Gifts

A 2019 study published in the medical journal Pediatrics found that eye injuries from airsoft, BB, pellet and paintball guns have risen by 50% since 1990. In fact, since 2010, the number

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Posted On November 21, 2022 / By / Posted in Blog

Happy Thanksgiving!

All Texas Retina Associates offices will be closed Thursday, November 24, and Friday, November 25, for the Thanksgiving holiday. During this time of reflection and gratitude, we want you to know how thankful

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