Dr. Goosey, The Eye Specialist Houston Can Count On

Seeing is believing and you will see a better future for your eyesight after a visit with an eye specialist like Dr. Goosey. Taking care of your vision is important to you and to our highly trained staff. Therefore, it is important to learn about the types of professionals out there who are here to help you maintain and even improve your sight.

What an Eye Specialist Does

An eye doctor may be either an optometrist or an ophthalmologist. Optometrists specialize in examining eyes for disease and correcting vision problems with eye glasses, contacts and other instruments. Ophthalmologists are medical doctors who can diagnose diseases of the eye. Some, like Dr. Goosey, are also surgeons who can correct vision problems with LASIK or corneal transplants.

Different Kinds of Eye Specialist Houston Services

There are many kinds of diseases and other issues which may affect your vision. Eye specialists in hospitals, clinics and private practices focus on specific areas of medical problems and their solutions.


As you age, the quality of your vision may be reduced by cloudiness on the lens that accumulates over time. Eventually, many people realize that their eye sight is significantly compromised by these deposits known as cataracts. Cataract specialists can remove cataracts during outpatient surgeries and have a nationwide 95% success rate.


Sometimes, the problem affecting your vision comes from damage done to the exterior portion covering the iris, which is the colored portion of your eye. The covering of your eye here is known as the cornea. A cornea specialist is trained to treat or even surgically remove abrasions and other physical faults in your eye sight. Dr. Goosey is a cornea specialist, though his care is not limited to treatment of the cornea.


Both vision and appearance can be affected by the condition of the tissues surrounding your eyes. Eye lid doctors specialize in plastic surgery procedures which remove excess tissue, aid vision and improve appearance.


Nerve damage may also affect the quality of the sight in your eye. Glaucoma is a type of nerve damage that can cause blindness. It is also a painful condition. A glaucoma doctor will evaluate your eyes to determine how discomfort can be avoided and your ability to see can be preserved.

Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetes is an increasingly common diagnosis. This disease has a variety of impacts on your health and your vision is no exception. Untreated, diabetic retinopathy can lead to blindness. In fact, it is the leading cause of blindness in adults under the age of 64. An eye specialist can work together with other physicians to prevent this complication of diabetes from worsening.

Macular Degeneration

Older adults are at greater risk for retina damage. One type of such damage results in the slow degeneration of vision which leads to blindness. A macular degeneration specialist knows how to manage many manifestations of this ocular condition.

See an Eye Specialist Houston Has Trusted for Years

You do not need to wait for vision problems to upset your life before you talk to an eye specialist like Dr. Goosey. He can help you to avoid the loss of quality in your eye sight as well as diagnose, treat and manage problems that already exist. To learn more about what Dr. Goosey can do for your vision, contact our office today and take a look at his About Page.