Due to the global spread of COVID-19, we are taking all necessary precautions and following all recommendations in compliance with the CDC, The American Academy of Ophthalmology, and the American Glaucoma Society’s guidelines to minimize the risk of exposure and infection therefore we are seeing patients that are most in need.

Glaucoma Center of Texas will have limited hours effective March 23, 2020 until further notice.
If you or any household member has traveled to an international area or to areas of community spread in the past 14 days, or you or someone you have been in close contact with have experienced any respiratory illness or flu-like symptoms including fever, dry cough, or difficulty breathing, please call (214) 739-3900 to reschedule your appointment then call your primary care physician.

We will continue to be available to support you and the ophthalmology community as the coronavirus situation continues to evolve.

Thank you!

Dr. Neel, Dr. I and GCT Staff

Early detection, through regular and complete eye exams at The Glaucoma Center of Texas, is the key to protecting your vision.

Carefully follow your medication regimen to preserve a healthy eye pressure and prevent vision loss.

Depending on the severity of glaucoma, laser treatment or conventional surgery may be necessary.

By getting informed, staying healthy, and keeping organized, you can establish a routine that works for you.