Category Archives: Cataract surgery Houston

Dr. Nikitha Reddy MD Joins Slade & Baker Vision

We are so excited to announce that our newest superstar surgeon, Dr. Nikitha Reddy MD, joined Slade & Baker Vision officially on October 10th.  You can find out all about her by clicking on her bio, but we wanted to do a little bit of a deeper dive into WHO she is and WHERE she… Read More »

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Can I Have Both Cataracts Done at the Same Time?

Every cataract patient is different, and every surgery is different.  But one thing remains the same.  Once eye number one has cataract surgery, almost all patients ask “WHEN CAN I HAVE MY SECOND EYE DONE?”! This is a common theme and for many years, surgeons have not traditionally done two eyes on the same day.… Read More »

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Seeing Brighter: What Cataracts In Children Have Taught Us

Cataracts are important to more than just vision, at any age. An article published in American Journal of Ophthalmology by Moug Al-Makri et al., found that there’s more than a fourfold increased risk of anxiety disorders and twofold increased risk of neurodevelopment delay in children with a cataract compared to children without a cataract, even after… Read More »

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How Do You Know If You Have A Cataract?

Do you feel that colors have lost their crispness or are ‘muted’? Are things that usually look bright white, looking yellowish? Are you unsure about whether you should be driving at night? Have you handed the keys to your significant other, or other friends of yours because you don’t trust yourself? Are things a little… Read More »

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Cataract Surgery Can Help Prevent Alzheimer’s and Dementia

A new article in the New York Times this week sheds some new, really exciting light, on another bad thing that cataract surgery helps patients avoid. We once wrote a blog about a study which proved that Cataract Surgery statistically helped patients avoid falling, and therefore, avoid injuries, so this new study – sharing that… Read More »

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Psoriasis Affects the Cornea and What That Means For Ocular Surgery

A new study in Ophthalmology Advisor has revealed that patients who have been diagnosed with psoriasis should have routine eye exams due to corneal structural and functional changes.  This study also showed that these changes are important because they should be considered prior to undergoing any eye surgery. The recent prospective, comparative, cross-sectional study, published… Read More »

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