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Ophthalmology Associates Fort Worth: Your Vision Matters

Comprehensive ophthalmology services in Fort Worth and surrounding areas. Experts in cataract surgery, LASIK, and more. Book an appointment today!

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Ophthalmology Associates is a multi-specialty eye doctor group providing top-quality ophthalmic care since the 1970s. We continuously strive to stay on the cutting edge of eye care technology, and our team of highly experienced doctors is ready to serve you with personalized, compassionate care.

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At Ophthalmology Associates, we take pride in being the largest and only multi-specialty ophthalmology practice in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area.

With decades of extensive experience, our team of board-certified eye doctors is dedicated to providing personalized care and exceptional treatment for a wide range of ophthalmology services.

We recently celebrated our 50th anniversary in 2022, and we remain committed to providing our patients with the most advanced technology and the latest research-driven treatments.

Our comprehensive eye care services ensure that patients have access to all types of eye doctors under one roof. This includes both optometrists (OD) and ophthalmologists (MD), as well as specialty surgeons.

Whether you're in need of LASIK surgery, retina surgery, cataract surgery, glaucoma treatment, corneal transplants, or treatment for any other ophthalmic conditions, Ophthalmology Associates has the staff and expertise to provide the highest level of care.

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About Us

Ophthalmology Associates has been serving the Dallas-Fort Worth, TX, area since 1972, established by Dr. Joe Bussey and Dr. Rufus Roberts. From two doctors, the practice has grown to include a diverse team of ophthalmologists and optometrists over the years.

Driven by our mission to provide the highest-quality patient-centered care, our doctors are passionate about delivering personalized and comprehensive eye care to the people of Fort Worth, TX, and the surrounding areas in the United States.

For the past decades, Ophthalmology Associates has expanded to 5 locations across Texas, providing comprehensive ophthalmologic care for all ages.

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Our Services

Our ophthalmology services offer a comprehensive scope of eye treatment for any and all eye diseases, from routine exams to corrective surgeries.


Dr. Warren and his laser vision correction team at Ophthalmology Associates are not only experienced; they provide the highest level of quality, personal care for each patient they encounter.

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General eye care

We cater to general eye care needs, including routine eye exams, prescriptions for eyeglasses and contact lenses, treatment of ocular diseases such as dry eyes and red eyes, pre- and post-operative eye care, and more.

Whether you have astigmatism, myopia, hyperopia, or any other ophthalmic issue, Ophthalmology Associates can help you with your vision needs.

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Cataract surgery

As cataract surgery specialists, we strive to restore clear vision and reduce the risk of further vision loss by performing high-quality cataract surgery.

Our eye doctors use advanced technologies and techniques to ensure the best possible care and outcome for each of our patients.

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Glaucoma treatment

We use the latest diagnostic technologies to detect any changes in vision and provide effective treatments to prevent or slow the progression of glaucoma.

Our glaucoma treatment options include medications, laser surgery, and micro-invasive surgeries. Our goal is to help our patients maintain the highest quality of life while preserving their vision.

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Retinal conditions

We provide comprehensive retinal care services, including diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic retinopathy, and retinal detachment.

Our doctors use the latest technology to detect and diagnose retinal disorders with greater accuracy so that we can provide timely and effective treatments.

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Corneal diseases

Our cornea specialist is well-equipped to treat a variety of corneal diseases, such as keratitis, Fuchs dystrophy, and corneal ulcers.

Using the most advanced technology, such as corneal imaging and microscopy, our eye doctors are able to diagnose and treat corneal diseases to restore vision and improve quality of life.

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Pediatric ophthalmology

We offer comprehensive ophthalmology services for children, from the treatment of pediatric eye diseases to vision therapy and corrective glasses.

Our team works closely with the child's pediatrician to diagnose and treat any ophthalmic issues, so that children can enjoy healthy vision as they grow.

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Meet Our Team

Our team of eye doctors is certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and brings years of experience in providing comprehensive ophthalmology care to patients.

Ted Margo, M.D.

Ted Margo, M.D.

Dr. Margo is a Texas native with over 2 decades of medical practice. He earned his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch in 1989, followed by an internship at Baylor University Medical Center in 1990 and a residency at Tulane University Medical Center in 1993.

He is an experienced cataract surgeon with a wealth of knowledge in no-stitch cataract surgery and advanced lens implant.

Brian Flowers, M.D.

Brian Flowers, M.D.

Dr. Flowers joined Ophthalmology Associates in 1998. He obtained his medical degree from The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 1993 and completed his residency at Washington University/Barnes Hospital in 1997.

He has been a driving force in bringing the latest glaucoma technology to Texas, actively participating in various clinical trials and studies. His specialties include glaucoma diagnosis and treatment, and cataract surgery.

J. Anthony Parchue, M.D., FASRS

J. Anthony Parchue, M.D., FASRS

Dr. Parchue is a highly skilled ophthalmologist specializing in retinal diseases. His dedication to research was recognized with The George Washington University School of Medicine Award for Research following his graduation.

He became a part of Ophthalmology Associates in 1999 and focuses on retinal care treatment and surgery.

Robert Warren, M.D.

Robert Warren, M.D.

Dr. Warren obtained his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch in 1996 and subsequently completed his internship and residency at the same institution from 1997 to 2000.

Proudly serving as a member of Ophthalmology Associates since June 2000, Dr. Warren specializes in cataract treatment and LASIK surgery.

Dwayne Roberts, M.D., M.B.A.

Dwayne Roberts, M.D., M.B.A.

Dr. Roberts is a highly qualified ophthalmologist, leading Ophthalmic Associates' Pediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus service.

He completed his medical degree at the University of Texas Medical Branch in 1996, followed by an internship and residency at the same institution in 2000. He had his fellowship in Pediatric Ophthalmology at Children's National Medical Center in 2001.

Brian Adam Hajovsky, M.D.

Brian Adam Hajovsky, M.D.

Dr. Hajovsky has been an integral part of Ophthalmology Associates since 2005, providing expert care and treatment for various retinal conditions.

He obtained his medical degree from Texas Tech College of Medicine in 1999 and was awarded Resident of the Year from the University of Florida - Department of Ophthalmology in 2003 for his dedication and excellence in his field.

Unni Nair, M.D.

Unni Nair, M.D.

Dr. Nair has been a valuable member of Ophthalmology Associates since 2010, specializing in glaucoma consultation and surgery, as well as cataract and lens implant surgery.

He earned his medical degree from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in 2004 and completed his residency in Ophthalmology at California Pacific Medical Center from 2006 to 2009.

Sandhya Iyer, M.D.

Sandhya Iyer, M.D.

Dr. Iyer obtained her medical degree from the University of Pune in India and had her initial residency at Sankara Nethralaya. She pursued a second ophthalmology residency at the University of Glasgow.

In 2008, Dr. Iyer relocated to Texas, where she served as faculty at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center before joining Ophthalmology Associates. She specializes in cataract surgery, corneal transplant, and ocular surface reconstruction..

Derek Han, M.D.

Derek Han, M.D.

Dr. Han is among the most recent specialists to join Ophthalmology Associates, with expertise in cataract surgery and comprehensive ophthalmology.

He completed both his medical degree and residency training at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center. Additionally, he is fluent in Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, and English, facilitating effective communication with a diverse range of patients.

Tina Chen, M.D.

Tina Chen, M.D.

Dr. Chen relocated to Fort Worth, Texas, in 2019 and joined Ophthalmology Associates, specializing in uveitis treatment and cataract surgery.

She earned her medical degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and completed her ophthalmology residency at the University of Chicago Medical Center.

Sean Healey, O.D.

Sean Healey, O.D.

Dr. Healey is an optometrist with expertise in general eye exams, as well as pre-operative and post-operative management of cataract and refractive surgery patients.

He earned his Doctorate of Optometry from the University of Houston in 1995 and has been with Ophthalmology Associates since 2000.

Judy Myers, O.D.

Cassandria Warr, O.D.

Dr. Cassandria Warr was born and raised in Southern California.  Dr. Warr graduated from the University of California, Riverside with a Bachelor in Biochemistry.  She then received her Doctorate of Optometry from Nova Southeastern College of Optometry in Davie, Florida, where she graduated with Honors. 

Judy Myers, O.D.

Judy Myers, O.D.

Dr. Myers earned her Doctorate of Optometry from Nova Southeastern University in 2011. She furthered her training with a residency at the Wainwright Memorial VAMC and Pacific Cataract and Laser Institute.

Recently joining Ophthalmology Associates, Dr. Myers specializes in routine vision exams, dry eye and red eye treatment, and therapeutic optometry.

Patient Resources

You have everything you need when you choose us as your ophthalmic partner. We have leveraged the power of technology to provide our patients with an exceptional level of convenience and personalized care.

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Personalized Patient Portal

Our Patient Portal is a secure, easy-to-use platform where patients can conveniently access medical records, view appointment information, request prescription refills, and more.

We also offer online patient forms to simplify the appointment process and provide our patients with an easy way to complete paperwork prior to their visit.

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Book and Pay Online

We provide an online appointment booking service to help our patients easily schedule appointments with our doctors. We offer a variety of payment options, including credit card payments, insurance payments, and HSA/FSA payments.

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Insurance and Financing Options

We accept most major health insurance plans, such as Aetna, Baylor Quality, Care N Care, Cigna, and many others. Our team will work with you to ensure that all of your insurance needs are taken care of.

We also offer financing options, especially for LASIK surgery financing, to make eye care affordable for those without insurance.

We are also in partnership with CareCredit, the leading healthcare credit card in the United States, for select ophthalmic procedures not usually covered by insurance, including LASIK surgery, oculoplastic surgery, and more.

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At Ophthalmology Associates, transparency and patient education are a priority. We have a list of common glossary terms related to ophthalmology and a library of articles and videos about relevant topics.

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Our patients' experience and overall health matter to us. Read through our patient success stories to learn more about the level of care we provide.

Dr. Flowers has been my ophthalmologist for many years. He is on the cutting edge of everything glaucoma. He has done SLT surgery on both eyes, thus reducing pressure and I do not have to use glaucoma drops. In addition, he recently performed cataract surgery on both eyes, as well as implanted I-stents in both eyes to further assist with the reduction of pressure. He is very professional and I do not worry about my eyes since he is on the cutting edge of glaucoma technology. I highly recommend.

It was a wonderful experience. No regrets and will recommend Dr. Warren and Ophthalmology Associates to everyone! Thank you all!

Just to let you know that my eye procedure to remove cataracts and place lens to eliminate my wearing of glasses full time was great. Everyone was great to me. I recommend it to anyone who needs it.

Conditions and Treatments

With our wide range of diagnostic and treatment options, we are able to provide comprehensive care for a variety of simple eye problems to more complicated ophthalmic conditions, including but not limited to the following:


Astigmatism is an eye condition that occurs when the eye’s surface, or cornea, is irregularly shaped, resulting in blurred vision. Common symptoms include difficulty reading, headaches, and eyestrain.

To treat astigmatism, we offer various options, such as corrective lenses, LASIK surgery, and refractive lens exchange.


Cataracts occur when the eye’s lens becomes cloudy, resulting in blurred vision. Common symptoms include sensitivity to light, difficulty seeing at night, halos around bright lights, and vision changes.

We offer cataract surgery to restore clear vision and prevent further vision loss. Cataract surgery involves the replacement of the eye’s natural lens with an artificial intraocular lens (IOL).

Diabetic retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy is a complication of diabetes that can ultimately lead to blindness. Early symptoms include blurred vision, difficulty seeing at night, and floaters.

Treatment for diabetic retinopathy includes laser surgery, anti-VEGF injections, and vitrectomy.


Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that can cause gradual vision loss due to damage to the optic nerve. Early symptoms include eye pain, redness, and vision changes.

We offer a variety of treatments for glaucoma, including eye drops, laser surgery, and microsurgery.

Macular degeneration

Age-related macular degeneration is an eye condition that occurs when the macula, a part of the retina, deteriorates, causing blurred vision and difficulty seeing details.

To treat macular degeneration, we offer different modalities of treatment, such as vitamins and dietary supplements, laser surgery, and anti-VEGF injections.


Uveitis is an umbrella term for many types of eye inflammation. Common symptoms include redness, pain, and vision changes.

We provide different treatment options depending on the type and cause of uveitis, including topical corticosteroid eye drops, oral medications, anti-VEGF injections, and photodynamic therapy.

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Technology and Innovations

Our practice is committed to providing our patients with the latest in ophthalmic care. We use state-of-the-art technology, research-based treatments, and advanced surgical techniques to ensure that our patient care is of the highest quality.

iDesign LASIK Refractive Studio

Our practice is proud to be the first in Fort Worth, Texas, to offer iDesign LASIK technology. This advanced system captures a high-resolution map of each eye to provide a customized laser treatment plan.

IOL Technology

We are one of the few practices in Texas that offer advanced intraocular lenses (IOLs) for cataract surgery. Our IOLs are designed to provide optimal vision and reduce the need for glasses or contact lenses after surgery.

Glaucoma Clinical Trials

Our doctors collaborate with pharmaceutical companies to test the safety and effectiveness of new medications and procedures for treating glaucoma. Some of our latest and ongoing research studies include Glaukos iStent Inject and Supra, and InnFocus MicroShunt.

Therapeutic Optometry

Our practice offers a holistic approach to eye care, with a focus on prevention and patient education. We provide complete vision examinations to detect any changes in vision and develop a personalized treatment plan to maintain overall eye health.

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Get the Best Ophthalmologist in Forth Worth, TX

With Fort Worth Ophthalmology Associates, you can trust that you are in good hands. When you choose us as your eye care provider, you can rest assured that you will receive comprehensive eye care and personalized attention:

  • A large team of highly trained, board-certified ophthalmologists and optometrists with decades of combined experience
  • Friendly staff committed to providing personalized care
  • State-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment equipment
  • The latest technology, research-based treatments, and advanced surgical techniques
  • Available in 5 convenient locations across Texas
  • Hassle-free online booking and payment

Contact us today to schedule an appointment and get the best ophthalmology care in Fort Worth, Texas.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Ophthalmology is a medical specialty that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of eye conditions and diseases. Optometry, on the other hand, is a profession focused on the examination, diagnosis, and treatment of vision problems.

  • It is recommended that adults have their eyes tested every two years. However, those with certain conditions may need to be seen more frequently. For children, it is recommended that they have their eyes tested at least once before starting school.

  • Common symptoms of cataracts include blurred vision, difficulty seeing at night, halos around bright lights, and vision changes. Cataract surgery is the most common treatment. During this procedure, the eye’s natural lens is replaced with an artificial intraocular lens (IOL).

  • Yes, cataract surgery can be performed in conjunction with other eye conditions. Our ophthalmologists will assess your condition and develop a personalized treatment plan to ensure the best possible outcomes.

  • LASIK is a type of laser eye surgery that can correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. To determine if you are a good candidate for LASIK, our ophthalmologists will perform an evaluation and create a customized treatment plan. We also offer a LASIK self-testLASIK self-test to help you decide if LASIK is right for you.

  • Glaucoma is typically diagnosed through a comprehensive eye exam. We use a variety of tests to evaluate your optic nerve and measure intraocular pressure. Treatment options for glaucoma include eye drops, laser surgery, and microsurgery.

  • Yes, there are several non-surgical treatment options for glaucoma, including eye drops and certain medications.

  • The risks of refractive surgery include dry eyes, glare, halos around lights, and difficulty seeing in low light. The benefits include improved vision and freedom from glasses or contact lenses.

  • Prior to your eye surgery, our ophthalmologists will provide you with detailed instructions on how to prepare. This may include avoiding certain medications and stopping contact lenses use. It is also important to arrange for someone to drive you home after the procedure.

  • Fort Worth Ophthalmology Associates accepts most major insurance plans. Our staff will work with you to determine if your services are covered by your insurance plan.

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If you lead an active lifestyle and are bothered by the inconvenience or appearance of glasses and the risks of contact lenses, you may be a candidate for LASIK. Also, if allergies, dry eye, or other eye disorders make contact lenses irritating to wear, LASIK may be a safe, convenient alternative. Ophthalmology Associates offers a complimentary evaluation with all of the necessary measurements and pre-testing to determine if you are a good candidate for LASIK eye surgery.

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The only way to know if you have cataracts for certain is when your ophthalmologist does a dilated eye exam. Get a baseline exam at age 40, when early signs of disease and changes in vision may start to occur. Your doctor will let you know how often you should return for follow-up exams.

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Everyone should be concerned about glaucoma and its effects. It is important for each of us, from infants to senior citizens, to have our eyes checked regularly, because early detection and treatment of glaucoma are the only way to prevent vision impairment and blindness.

Some people are at higher risk than others. They include:

  • African Americans over age 40.
  • Everyone over age 60, especially Mexican Americans.
  • People with a family history of glaucoma.
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Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration, also known as age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a common condition in older adults and the leading cause of vision loss and blindness in people over the age of 65. Macular degeneration affects the macula, the part of the retina responsible for the crisp, detailed vision needed for reading or driving. As we age, the tissue in the eye responsible for central vision slowly begins to deteriorate, which can significantly affect a patient's quality of life. There are several treatment options available to help you manage your symptoms.

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