North Texas
Ophthalmology  Associates
Diseases and surgery of the eye


Phillip W. Kelly, M.D.
Marylin H. White, M.D.
Blake Avera, M.D. ​DevinWest, M.D.

1704 Eleventh Street - P.O BOX 8169
Wichita Falls, Texas 76307-8169
(940)723-1274    1-(800)-327-1675

                           Annual eye exam

  • General health of eyes
  • Diabetic eye exam
  • Monitoring of age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
We are all born with a natural lens inside our eye. Commonly with age our natural lens begin to become cloudy. At this time vision may become blurry or foggy. Most cataracts are age related and develop gradually over time. However on occasion a cataract can be caused by trauma, uncontrolled diabetes or a congenital cataract. 

                        Cataract surgery
During cataract surgery, your eye surgeon removes your eye's natural lens and replaces it with a clear artificial lens. This technique uses a small (1/8'') incision into the eye, that causes no bleeding and seldom needs suture. Healing is very rapid allowing almost normal activity from day one, with excellent visual acuity very quickly after surgery.

                     Eyelid surgery
  • Blepharoplasty: Removal of excess eyelid skin.
  • Ptosis: Repair of drooping eyelid.
  • Ectropion surgery: Correction of turned out lower eyelid.
  • Entropion: Correction of turned in lower eyelid.
  • Chalazion : Removal of inflammed, blocked oil gland.
  • Removal or biopsy of suspicious eyelid lesions.

                         Laser surgery
  • YAG laser
      Posterior capsulotomy laser for cloudy capsule  after cataract surgery. 

  • Retinal laser
      Laser treatment of diabetic retinopathy or   
      retinal holes.
  • Glaucoma laser
        SLT laser
        ALT laser
        PI laser