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05/05/2014
By: Laura C.
David M Way MD
This makes no sense to me at all. DR. Michael Way is an opthalmologist NOT a Dentist and he is Not Known as Dr. David Crowe. Dr. Crowe does have his office in the same building but they don't even share the same office or entrance. As for Dry Way. My 1st experience with him was when my teenage son was seeing auras, He was very quick to recognize that it was not a vision issue and recommend him to a pediatric neurologist who diagnosed him with migraines. Later we took my Mother-in-law to him. She had Glaucoma and suffered from slight dementia. He was very thorough with her and very attentive and caring and he and his staff remembered her even several years after she had passed. Recently My husband went to him after he got a fleck of metal in his eye. They made him a last minute appointment despite the fact that he had never been their patient before. We paid for the initial fee, which was very reasonable and the follow up visit was no charge. Frankly I will be much more skeptical about any of the review I read on this site from now on. How can I trust them when they obviously have their data confused. One of the Review listed here under Dr. Ways name Is for Dentistry Obviously for Dr. Crowe.
07/27/2017
By: Kevin M.
Eye Associates of South Texas
Just got my new glasses! Very stylish and I can see 20/20. Dr. Kavanagh was super nice and thorough.
Tips & Advices
While the first appointment is the most comprehensive, the majority of appointments with an ophthalmologist begin with a basic eye exam followed by a refraction to test if glasses are needed. Other tests might include an eye muscle coordination exam, a check of pupil response and peripheral vision, slit lamp microscope test to look at the anterior segment of the eye, and an intraocular pressure assessment.
Most eye doctors will charge different amounts for their services, but a basic eye exam with an ophthalmologist can range from $50 to $300. Additional tests and treatment will add to the price.
Ophthalmology subspecialties include strabismus/pediatric ophthalmology, neuro-ophthalmology, retina/uveitis ophthalmology, cornea/anterior segment ophthalmology, ophthalmic plastic surgery, and reconstruction.
Ophthalmologists can diagnose macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, ocular albinism, vitreous traction, cataracts, astigmatism, myopia, retinoblastoma, and many more.
The most popular ophthalmology procedures are cataract, laser eye treatment, and glaucoma surgeries.

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