Posts by Slade & Baker Vision:

Multitalented Musicians Make Great Surgeons

In September 2020, our very own superstar Dr. Bennett Walton was featured in an amazing article in Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today entitled “A Good Ear, A Good Eye, A Strong Family”.  This article gave an incredible look into how Dr. Walton became as unique of a person, and surgeon as he is today. Besides… Read More »

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Masks Can Dry Out Your Eyes

They are essential these days, and something most of us are all too familiar with: MASKS. This new necessary accessory has taken some getting used to. Many of us have gone from basic disposable masks to high quality, reusable masks, accessories for our masks, and some unfortunate circumstances that come from wearing these masks. Some… Read More »

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One of the First Vivity Lenses in Texas!

On September 1, 2020, Slade & Baker experienced yet another FIRST. Dr. Slade and Dr. Walton were asked to be 2 of the first 30 surgeons to pre-launch a brand-new intraocular lens (IOL), which is a new extended depth of focus lens. Dr. Bennett Walton placed our first IOL, one of the first in Texas… Read More »

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Will I Go Blind If I Don’t Have Cataract Surgery?

As Healthy Aging Awareness month comes to an end, we wanted to share some information about another big question we hear from our aging patients: “Will I go blind If I don’t have cataract surgery?” The answer to this question essentially is yes. If a cataract goes without treatment, total blindness can occur. Now, before… Read More »

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Will I Go Blind From Glaucoma?

Since September is Healthy Aging Awareness Month, it only makes sense to share some helpful information about one of the diseases that aging seriously affects in our eyes – Glaucoma. When diagnosed with Glaucoma, many of our patients wonder, “Will glaucoma cause me to go blind?” The answer to this question is yes, if you… Read More »

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Healthy Aging Awareness Month at Slade & Baker Vision

September has been named “Healthy Aging Month” and like many other disease types, our risk of suffering from an eye disease increases with our age; but did you know that many adults aged 65 years and older neglect to go see an ophthalmologist? Did you know that one in every six Americans who are 65… Read More »

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