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LASIK Seminar March 31

Can LASIK make you stop and smell the roses? Yes, because when you see better you appreciate the world around you that much more. Not to mention, you’ll be able to see the roses better, too. With Spring officially here, stop by Eye Consultants of Texas in Grapevine March 31 to learn all about LASIK. In just… Read More


Get ready for Spring at our LASIK Seminar February 24

Soon the flowers will be blooming, and Spring will be busting out all over Dallas/Fort Worth. If you want to see all that Spring has to offer better than ever, this might be a great time to consider LASIK. And Tuesday, February 24 is the perfect time to learn all about it. That’s when we’re… Read More


Awareness of Glaucoma Risk Means Better Glaucoma Awareness

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month. But glaucoma is a disease to be aware of every month, especially if you’re at risk of developing it. Each year, we diagnose and treat glaucoma patients from across Dallas/Fort Worth. Determining glaucoma risk is routine for our patients considering surgery. Glaucoma can severely damage vision. It’s generally caused by increased eye pressure… Read More


New Year LASIK Seminar at Eye Consultants of Texas

Tuesday, December 30 is your chance to attend one of our informative 60-minute LASIK seminars. It all happens at our Grapevine office convenient to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Just for attending you can register for a free gift* to be awarded that night. Have you considered LASIK as one of your new year’s resolutions? Even if you’ve just… Read More


Respected Navy SEALs return to Eye Consultants of Texas

Brandon Webb and Mike Ritland are retired U.S. Navy SEALs, business owners and authors. Both are well-regarded for their military and post-military accomplishments and have been featured on ABC, NBC, FOX, CNN, BBC, and 60-minutes to name a few. Eye Consultants of Texas brought Brandon and Mike to Dallas/Fort Worth to speak to our staff… Read More


LASIK procedure donated to benefit U.S. Special Forces families

Nearly all of our LASIK and cataract patients come from Dallas/Fort Worth. But occasionally they come from farther away. One patient in particular recently traveled from Lake Tahoe, CA for his LASIK procedure by placing the winning bid at an auction benefiting a great cause. Eye Consultants of Texas has remained a strong supporter of the… Read More


Phillips Kirk Labor, MD Listed as a Top10MD.com Ophthalmologist

Top10MD.com is an online patient-to-doctor advocacy service listing only credentialed Dallas/Fort Worth physicians to help consumers make a more informed decision. Each physician is credentialed by an independent third party following a thorough Doctor Validation Process. Eye Consultants of Texas founder Phillips Kirk Labor, MD is now a credentialed Top10MD.com ophthalmologist. “Instilling credibility and trust… Read More


New online system gives us immediate patient feedback

Now our Dallas/Fort Worth opthalmology patients can provide electronic feedback via special tablets while in our office. It’s easier for the patient, helps us quickly see how we’re doing, and reveals where we need to improve in more detail. For example, patients can rate us on a scale of 1 to 100 based on 4 categories: • Were you able to… Read More


Another technological first for Eye Consultants of Texas

We are excited to announce that we are the first practice in Dallas/Fort Worth, and Texas, to commercially acquire the Verion™ Image Guided System. The Verion is a fairly recent advancement used in refractive, or “laser-assisted,” cataract surgery. It starts to work at the planning phase to help the surgeon optimize accuracy and efficiency throughout… Read More


Innovative new surgical instruments bear Dr. Labor’s name

Noted Fort Worth and Dallas eye surgeon Phillips Kirk Labor, MD, has his name associated with three innovative new cataract surgical instruments on the market. Manufactured by industry leader Katena Products, Inc., each is based on modification by Dr. Labor of an existing instrument to accommodate patients with smaller or deeper set eyes. Based on… Read More