Dallas Eye & Ear Provides a Complete Range of Services to Care for your Eyes
What is an Ophthalmologist?
Ophthalmology is the branch of medicine that deals with the anatomy, physiology and diseases of the eye, its structures and function (vision).
Only an ophthalmologist — an eye medical doctor and surgeon — is qualified and licensed to provide the full range of eye care from exams, diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases, prescribing medications, and performing eye surgery, to prescribing and fitting eyeglasses and contact lenses to correct vision problems.
An ophthalmologist is either a Medical Doctor (MD) or a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (OD). These specialists have completed the usual 4 years of medical school training and an additional four years of hospital-based residency in ophthalmology. Many ophthalmologists are also involved in scientific research on the causes and cures of eye diseases and vision disorders.
Why is This Important to ME?
Preserving your eyesight is important to your quality of life.
When it comes to your eyes, it is very important that you choose the right ophthalmologist: a skilled surgeon, a knowledgeable and compassionate physician with your best interests in mind.
Dr. Linda Burk is one of the most well-respected and experienced ophthalmologists in the country. In addition to providing healthy eye and vision care, she offers specialized diagnosis and treatment for a variety of eye disorders. Dr. Burk has been instrumental in the development and testing of new surgical techniques and is one of only a few ophthalmologists trained in both glaucoma and corneal disease, as well as lens surgery.
* Dr. Burke gives international presentations on the topic of glaucoma and cataract surgery/treatments.
Preserve your precious eyesight with regular eye exams!