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June is National Cataract Awareness Month, and in order to spread awareness of cataracts we have some cataracts facts for you. Also be sure to check out the video below where Dr. Barker was a guest on We Are Austin to discuss cataracts. What is a Cataract and What Do They Look Like? A cataract… Read more!

Senior driving
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Aging is inevitable, and change is a part of aging. For seniors, staying safe while driving can be a challenge. Changes in vision or hearing can cause problems, and reaction times may slow. Fortunately, seniors can make driving safer by following these nine tips. 1. Avoid Driving During Twilight or at Night. If seniors have… Read more!

contact-lenses
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If you wear contact lenses, you may recall when you first started wearing them, you were made aware of a few associated health hazards. After all, contacts ARE foreign objects in your eye. Unfortunately, not all contact wearers heed their doctor’s instructions about the dangers of wearing contacts too long or not cleaning them frequently… Read more!

Corneal Inlay
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Many think of LASIK as the only type of vision correction surgery. While it is the most widely known, it is not the only procedure that uses lasers to correct common vision issues. For example, as we age, we begin to lose our ability to see things up close (aka reading vision). This vision loss… Read more!

Modern LASIK
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While LASIK has been around for quite a while now, many people still hold misconceptions of the procedure that were instilled years ago. Today’s LASIK vision correction technologies are much safer and more effective than in the procedure’s “early days” of the 1990s. When introduced, it was more common for patients who had LASIK to… Read more!

Cataract Causes
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Cataracts refer to the cloudy occlusion of the eye’s natural lens. Although cataracts occur most often in the elderly, anyone, at any age, can develop a cataract. What Causes a Cataract to Form? Just behind the colored part of the eye (the iris), rests the lens. The lens focuses incoming light into a distinct, sharp… Read more!

corneal inlay simple pleasures reading a book
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Declining vision is a natural part of aging. For those with age-related reading vision loss, reading glasses are often needed, and until now, were the only option. Today, the corneal inlay, a small, pin-holed ocular implant, can reduce your reliance on (and frustration with) said reading glasses. Patients who have had it are ecstatic that… Read more!

Mann on We Are Austin show
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Dr. Luke Barker appeared on KEYE’s “We Are Austin” yesterday. He sat down with the show’s host, Jordan, to talk about Austin adventures and LASIK as a good way to enjoy an active lifestyle. Did you see it? In case you missed it, check it out below:

lasik testimonial
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When you’re a junior high basketball, track and volleyball coach, your days start before sunrise. Every day. LLano resident Amy Withrow loves teaching and coaching, but she did not love having to put in her contacts at 5:00 in the morning every day and not be able to take them out until late in the… Read more!

In the Practice
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While LASIK has been around for quite a while now, many people still hold misconceptions of the procedure that were instilled years ago. Today’s LASIK vision correction technologies are much safer and more effective than in the procedure’s “early days” of the 1990s. When introduced, it was more common for patients who had LASIK to… Read more!

Mann Eye Laser Institute Blog

Screen Shot 2016-06-22 at 4.06.53 PM
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June is National Cataract Awareness Month, and in order to spread awareness of cataracts we have some cataracts facts for you. Also be sure to check out the video below where Dr. Barker was a guest on We Are Austin to discuss cataracts. What is a Cataract and What Do They Look Like? A cataract… Read more!

Senior driving
Posted on by

Aging is inevitable, and change is a part of aging. For seniors, staying safe while driving can be a challenge. Changes in vision or hearing can cause problems, and reaction times may slow. Fortunately, seniors can make driving safer by following these nine tips. 1. Avoid Driving During Twilight or at Night. If seniors have… Read more!

contact-lenses
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If you wear contact lenses, you may recall when you first started wearing them, you were made aware of a few associated health hazards. After all, contacts ARE foreign objects in your eye. Unfortunately, not all contact wearers heed their doctor’s instructions about the dangers of wearing contacts too long or not cleaning them frequently… Read more!

Corneal Inlay
Posted on by

Many think of LASIK as the only type of vision correction surgery. While it is the most widely known, it is not the only procedure that uses lasers to correct common vision issues. For example, as we age, we begin to lose our ability to see things up close (aka reading vision). This vision loss… Read more!

Modern LASIK
Posted on by

While LASIK has been around for quite a while now, many people still hold misconceptions of the procedure that were instilled years ago. Today’s LASIK vision correction technologies are much safer and more effective than in the procedure’s “early days” of the 1990s. When introduced, it was more common for patients who had LASIK to… Read more!

Cataract Causes
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Cataracts refer to the cloudy occlusion of the eye’s natural lens. Although cataracts occur most often in the elderly, anyone, at any age, can develop a cataract. What Causes a Cataract to Form? Just behind the colored part of the eye (the iris), rests the lens. The lens focuses incoming light into a distinct, sharp… Read more!

corneal inlay simple pleasures reading a book
Posted on by

Declining vision is a natural part of aging. For those with age-related reading vision loss, reading glasses are often needed, and until now, were the only option. Today, the corneal inlay, a small, pin-holed ocular implant, can reduce your reliance on (and frustration with) said reading glasses. Patients who have had it are ecstatic that… Read more!

Mann on We Are Austin show
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Dr. Luke Barker appeared on KEYE’s “We Are Austin” yesterday. He sat down with the show’s host, Jordan, to talk about Austin adventures and LASIK as a good way to enjoy an active lifestyle. Did you see it? In case you missed it, check it out below:

lasik testimonial
Posted on by

When you’re a junior high basketball, track and volleyball coach, your days start before sunrise. Every day. LLano resident Amy Withrow loves teaching and coaching, but she did not love having to put in her contacts at 5:00 in the morning every day and not be able to take them out until late in the… Read more!

In the Practice
Posted on by

While LASIK has been around for quite a while now, many people still hold misconceptions of the procedure that were instilled years ago. Today’s LASIK vision correction technologies are much safer and more effective than in the procedure’s “early days” of the 1990s. When introduced, it was more common for patients who had LASIK to… Read more!

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