Taylor Strange, DO
Cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and dry eye are not uncommon for aging adults. But when it happens to you, you need to know whom you can trust to provide the services you need to protect your vision.
Dr. Taylor Strange, a Fort Worth native, is the only ophthalmologist in the Keller/Alliance area. At Alliance Ophthalmology, Dr. Strange uses the latest technology in order to give his patents less pain, quicker recovery, and better results.
“In my refractive cataract surgical practice, my goal is to provide patients with the best outcome possible,” says Dr. Strange. “By using the latest technology that provides the most accurate measurements, I can give that to my patients.” Dr. Strange feels that by using the latest technology, patients can achieve their best visual outcome. “His patients absolutely love him,” says Kasey Gantz, practice manager. “They bring gifts and treats. They’re so prepared to have pain during their recovery, that when they don’t, it’s a wonderful surprise.”
This is because Dr. Strange is the first private practice physician in the United States using the Pentacam AXL, the recently approved measuring camera that improves measurement capacities of the Pentacam HR. This device is the first of its kind, performing both anterior segment topography and optical biometry in an all in one device.
Dr. Strange’s philosophy at Alliance Ophthalmology is to use the finest tools available in order to provide patients with the best care possible. He’s one of the few surgeons in DFW to use the Symfony Lens, which provides the best surgical outcomes. He also uses unique technology for dry eye disease, the Keratograph 5M, for dry eye detection and treatment.
“All of this technology is for patient comfort and accuracy,” says Dr. Strange. “My goal is to provide the finest surgical care that I can for my patients, and these tools help me to do that.”
Dr. Strange graduated from the University of North Texas for both his undergraduate degree and his Master’s in biomedical science. From there, he graduated near the top of his class at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth. After medical school, he then completed his Transitional Internship at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth before completing his residency in ophthalmology at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky.
He specializes in LASIK, PRK, refractive lens exchange, cataract surgery, and laser cataract surgery.
“With this new technology, you can recover from cataract surgery quickly and with as little pain as possible. I want my patients to be comfortable with the procedure and to understand that I’ll do everything I can to give them the best outcomes possible when they need surgery.”
- Cataract Surgery
- Laser Cataract Surgery
- Treatments for Glaucoma
- Dry Eye
- Macular Degeneration
- Diabetic-related Eye Disease
4501 Heritage Trace Parkway, Suite 121
Fort Worth, Texas 76244
Photography by Guy T