Mark Mayo, MD
Eye Center of Texas
Katy Medical Complex:
Dr. Mark Mayo, MD
LASIK Houston Serving patients seeking LASIK eye surgery in Houston and the surrounding area
Mark L. Mayo, MD, is a board-certified, fellowship-trained ophthalmologist who treats Houston LASIK patients. He has nearly 20 years of ophthalmologic experience. Dr. Mayo has been named a "Top Doctor" in Houston. In addition to being a leading provider of LASIK surgery, he was also one of the first cataract surgeons in the United States to offer bladeless laser cataract surgery, and is ranked in the top 5 in the nation for the number of LenSx laser-assisted cataract surgeries performed. Dr. Mayo is committed to providing patients with the latest vision correction techniques and overall excellence in eye care.
The Eye Center of Texas and Dr. Mayo are committed to high-quality patient care, advanced surgical expertise, and outstanding results. Dr. Mayo has a reputation of excellence in LASIK, PRK and bladeless laser cataract surgery.
To schedule a consultation with Dr. Mayo and learn more about your vision correction options, please contact Eye Center of Texas by calling (866) 685-9564 today.
More About LASIK Vision Correction at Eye Center of Texas
Dr. Mayo uses leading-edge laser technology for customized vision correction treatment. Eye Center of Texas is equipped with the IntraLase laser, advanced CustomVue wavefront imaging and CustomVue wavefront-guided VISX laser technology to deliver highly optimized vision correction results.
Eye Center of Texas uses the latest laser vision technology and treatment techniques to deliver high-quality vision correction results to all patients.
LASIK Success Story
"My Lasik procedure experience was GREAT from start to finish. When I came to Dr. Wade and the Eye Center of Texas, my prescription was somewhere around 20/80...and now I have 20/25 vision. Everything went perfectly; I am so pleased with my results. I actually had Lasik surgery years ago but needed to have it done again. Dr. Wade was able to do my surgery, fix what other doctors has missed and without any complications. Dr. Wade and his staff were awesome! They were friendly, informative, and thorough. It makes it easy to speak highly of the expertise and quality of their work when I know first hand."
Erin Austin, Radio personality on The Bull, 100.3
Dr. Mayo utilizes wavefront imaging technology to create a unique "fingerprint" of the eye's unique refractive errors, including nearly imperceptible errors called higher order aberrations. He then uses this information to calibrate the excimer laser used to re-contour the curvature of the cornea.
Dr. Mayo begins LASIK surgery by using the IntraLase femtosecond laser to create a small flap in the cornea. He gently lifts back the flap to access the corneal tissue underneath. Using the calibrated excimer laser, Dr. Mayo then reshapes the curvature of the cornea to correct the refractive error causing the patient's nearsightedness, farsightedness and / or astigmatism. Once Dr. Mayo is satisfied with the newly contoured cornea, he carefully returns the corneal flap back to its initial position, where it naturally re-bonds to the eye without the need for sutures.
Dr. Mayo's Houston LASIK patients do not experience any pain during the procedure. They typically notice an improvement in vision within 24 to 48 hours after LASIK surgery. Patients are happy to discover that they no longer need to rely on daily eyewear to see clearly. Not to mention, more than 99 percent of patients attain 20/20 vision or better following LASIK surgery.
More About Mark L. Mayo, MD
Mark L. Mayo, MD, obtained his bachelor's degree at the University of Texas at Austin, where he graduated at the top of his class, was recognized as a Dean's Distinguished Graduate of the University and earned membership into the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society. Dr. Mayo then earned his medical degree at Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, again graduating at the top of his class and earning membership into the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. He next completed a medical internship at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas before fulfilling a three-year residency in ophthalmology at Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia, Pa., where he was elected chief resident his final year. Dr. Mayo serves as Medical Director for Opticare, a medical insurer that serves the entire state of Texas. He is also one of an elite group of 15 physicians in the United States who comprise the Physician Leadership Board to the United Surgical Partners Corporation. Dr. Mayo belongs to the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the Harris County Medical Society and the Texas Medical Association.