Serving patients seeking LASIK surgery in San Antonio, Edinburg, Harlingen, Houston, Rio Grande Valley and the surrounding area
Carlos Manrique De Lara, MD, FACS, is a well-respected refractive surgeon who has performed several thousand LASIK procedures. Dr. Manrique De Lara has been featured on numerous television programs and is proud to have performed the first LASIK procedure live on the local Channel 5 news.
Patients throughout the Rio Grande Valley, including doctors, local news reporters, radio hosts and sports figures, have trusted Dr. Manrique De Lara with their vision correction needs for years. As a board-certified ophthalmologist, he combines experience and talent with leading-edge technology to help ensure optimum vision results following surgery.
Dr. Manrique De Lara believes the first step to every successful vision correction procedure is to develop a personal relationship with his patients in order to establish trust and alleviate their concerns. He personally takes the time to answer his patients’ questions and fully explain any of the procedures he performs.
To schedule your free, one-on-one consultation with Dr. Manrique De Lara and learn more about your vision correction options, contact the Manrique Custom Vision Center’s Edinburg branch or the Harlingen branch at (210) 354-2020.
More About Manrique Custom Vision Center
The Manrique Custom Vision Center is staffed by highly trained professionals who utilize state-of-the-art technology to help patients achieve their desired vision goals. Several vision correction procedures are offered at the Manrique Custom Vision Center, including all-laser Z-LASIK, conductive keratoplasty, Intacs and cataract treatment.
During bladeless, all-laser Z-LASIK procedures, Dr. Manrique De Lara uses a combination of Ziemer FEMTO LDV Z4 laser technology and the Wavefront-based WaveLight EX500 excimer laser to precisely treat each patient’s refraction. The Ziemer femtosecond laser is a blade-free alternative used to construct the corneal flap. Wavefront technology creates a precise map of the eye. Dr. Manrique De Lara uses this detailed map to program the excimer laser for maximize effectiveness.
Many people over the age of 40 develop a form of farsightedness called presbyopia. To treat this common condition, Dr. Manrique De Lara performs conductive keratoplasty, which uses the controlled release of radio frequency energy to reshape the cornea. He uses Intacs to treat keratoconus (a thinning of the cornea), and for cataract treatment he implants the most advanced technology intraocular lenses (IOLs), including the Panoptix IOL and ReZoom IOL.