Upper Eyelid Surgery: A Transformative Solution for Aging Eyes

Upper eyelid surgery, known medically as upper blepharoplasty, is a procedure that improves the appearance or function of the upper eyelids. It can be performed for purely cosmetic reasons or to fix issues such as excess skin that obscures the natural fold of the eyelid. Southwest Eyecare has helped many patients decide whether upper eyelid surgery is right for them. … Read More

Cosmetic Eye Surgeries: What You Need to Know

You’ve come to the right place if you are considering a transformative change to improve your eye health and rejuvenate your appearance. There are many reasons to undergo cosmetic eye surgery, and the expert team at Southwest Eyecare is here to provide you with essential information to make an informed decision about oculoplastic procedures. From eyelid surgeries to Botox and … Read More

Filler Injections Around the Eyes: Enhancing Volume and Smoothing Lines

Are you tired of always looking tired? The team at Southwest Eyecare is here to help reduce those shadows, circles, and bags under the eyes. If you’re curious about filler injections and how they can enhance volume and smooth lines in this delicate area of your face, you’re in the right place. The ophthalmologists at Southwest Eyecare specialize in eye … Read More

Bulging & Droopy Eyes: Causes & Treatments

Have you noticed your eyes looking tired, droopy, or bulging? You may be experiencing common eye conditions that can affect your appearance and overall well-being. Southwest Eyecare is here to provide you with valuable information on the causes and treatments for these issues. Our eyes are essential for vision and play a significant role in our facial expressions and appearance. … Read More

Common Risk Factors for Eye Cataracts

Cataracts are a problem that many people will deal with as they age. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, about half of all 75-year-olds have cataracts. At Southwest Eyecare, we treat many patients with cataracts, so we’re very familiar with the condition and what can be done about it. Here are the facts you should know. What are Cataracts? … Read More

 Treating Dry Eye: Symptoms and Solutions

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Most people experience dry eye symptoms at some point in their lives. But for some people, the irritation becomes persistent, and it can impact the quality of their lives and the health of their eyes. Our ophthalmologist experts at Southwest Eyecare are familiar with dry eyes and what you can do to make them feel better. Let’s take a look … Read More

Understanding & Treating Ocular Migraine


The first time someone has an ocular migraine can be a frightening experience. The vision changes are often dramatic and come on quickly. The skilled ophthalmologists at Southwest Eyecare have helped patients with this problem, so they are well aware of how startling it can be. Here’s what you should know about ocular migraines and how you can manage the … Read More

Tips to Reduce Cataract Surgery Recovery Time

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Cataract surgery has a remarkably high success rate, and it can dramatically improve your vision. However, you will need some time to heal when the procedure is done. How long will it take for your eyes to recover? The skilled ophthalmologists at Southwest Eyecare in Albuquerque have helped many of their patients see the world in a whole new light … Read More

Is LASIK Right for You? Here’s How It Works

Is Lasik Right for You | Southwest Eyecare

For people who need corrective lenses, LASIK surgery can make a huge difference in their vision. But do you know how this remarkable surgery works? At Southwest Eyecare, our ophthalmologists provide the finest medical care for a wide range of eye conditions, including LASIK. This surgery has made an enormous difference for many of our patients. If you’re interested in … Read More

Things You Need to Know About Glaucoma

Things To Know About Glaucoma | Southwest Eyecare

Glaucoma is a condition that is sometimes known as the “silent blinder” because it usually has no symptoms until damage has been done. It is one of the leading causes of blindness in the US, and once it has caused enough injury to the optic nerve, it’s irreversible. However, you aren’t helpless against this diagnosis. With proper glaucoma care, there … Read More