We are keeping everyone who has been affected by Coronavirus (COVID-19) in our thoughts as EYEWORKS works to ensure the safety of our patients and our staff. As such, we wanted to let you know a few updates which we are undertaking during this unprecedented time:
Our clinics and stores are open and will remain open until further notice.
Hand-washing procedures increased equipment cleaning, and increased frequency of facility cleanings have all been proactively put in place to minimize risk.
Additional cleaning procedures and inspection processes
We are ensuring that all incoming and outgoing inventory is received, maintained, and shipped in a clean manner. This includes eyeglass frames, lens materials received, and other materials.
We are offering telemedicine services via Apple Facetime for some appointment types (medical office visits that do not require special testing or refraction). Please visit our website at www.eyeworksgroup.com to schedule a telemedicine appointment.
Contact Lens Reorders with free shipping
Please visit www.eyeworksgroup.com or call the offices to reorder your contact lenses. For increased hygiene, we recommend Daily disposable contact lenses. If you are currently in monthly contact lenses, we are offering courtesy refitting to Daily disposable contact lenses with purchase of an annual supply. Annual supplies will ship at no charge. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Curbside delivery of Contact lenses and Glasses.
Once outside our locations, please call to have a representative come out to your car to deliver products.
It has always been the mission of EYEWORKS to provide outstanding service and care to our patients, that will not change even during these unprecedented circumstances. We will continue to monitor the situation and if there are any further updates, we will notify you accordingly. We are here for you, in all capacities. Thank you again for your support.
September 4, 2019 (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) – Renowned Cataract and LASIK surgeon, Dr. Richard Chu, DO, of the Chu Eye Institute became one of the first cataract surgeons to implant the new PanOptix Trifocal Intraocular Lens (Alcon) in Fort Worth, Texas. As only a handful of select surgeons in the US, Dr. Chu is pleased to offer this groundbreaking new cataract lens replacement technology to the Fort Worth community.
Congratulations to our initial group of patients! They are loving their clear distance vision AND clear reading vision, all free of glasses! Previous premium implants often lacked proper reading vision leaving patients disappointed in the outcome. An overwhelming majority of patients who opted for PanOptix IOL have had complete satisfaction with their vision, unlike any previous premium IOL.
The PanOptix delivers an exceptional combination of near, intermediate and distance vision
and substantially reduces the need for glasses
More than ninety-nine percent of PanOptix patients in the FDA clinical study said they would choose the same lens again
Generations of eye care professionals – The Doctors at CEI have devoted their entire professional lives to caring for the eyes of Fort Worth. As part of a multigenerational eye care family, Dr. Richard Chu, his Mother, Brother, Sister, and associates have over 100 years of combined eye care experience.
If you have cataracts, call the Chu Eye Institute today to schedule a complimentary consultation to see if you qualify for PanOptix technology.
At Eyeworks, we put your family’s needs first. Talk to us about how we can help you maintain healthy vision. Call us today: 817-346-7077 or book an appointment online to see one of our Ft. Worth eye doctors.
Discover the latest UV protection with Dr. Robert Chu on Fox News. While Texas has been hit with some real snowy, icy weather, the sun still shines as usual & staying proactive in protective eyecare is key.
UV radiation is dangerous even during winter and can lead to:
Itchiness & burning
Dryness & gritty feeling
Photokeratitis or a Snowblind (a.k.a a sunburn of the cornea)
Two tenants at a Bedford apartment complex develop a rare eye infection. Now, doctors want others to be on the lookout for more people with the illness, because it likely came from a communal swimming pool.
Dr. Richard Chu, a cornea specialist, says every indication points to a parasite in the swimming pool as the point of infection for Reese, Tilghman and anyone else swimming there two weeks ago