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Mark Kelland Herschell
MD

Mark Kelland (“Kelly”) Herschel MD brings over 25 years of surgical experience and extraordinary expertise to his vision correction (refractive surgery) patients at Herschel LASIK and cataract Institute. Dr. Herschel is board certified in ophthalmology and completed four ophthalmology subspecialty fellowships: refractive surgery and cataract, cornea, ophthalmic pathology, and oculoplastics.

Mark Kelly Herschel MD

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Dr. Herschel’s love of vision correction began 25 years ago, when he continued his training in New Orleans under Dr. Marguerite McDonald, the world-renowned pioneer in refractive surgery, in a two-year cornea, external disease, and refractive surgery fellowship at the Louisiana State University Eye Center. As a chief fellow at the Eye Center, Dr. Herschel coordinated the site’s FDA Phase III clinical trials on myopic photorefractive keratotomy (PRK) and hyperopic PRK that eventually led to the approval of LASIK and PRK in the United States. Afterward, Dr. Herschel practiced comprehensive ophthalmology in Dallas, where he focused on cataract and refractive surgery, cornea, external disease, and anterior segment. Dr. Herschel completed the fourth fellowship in oculoplastic surgery before joining Magruder Eye Institute in 2000.

Dr. Herschel practices comprehensive ophthalmology, specializing in advanced vision correction procedures, refractive laser-assisted cataract surgery, and complex cornea surgery. He continues to incorporate new and exciting technologies into his practice. For cornea transplants, Dr. Herschel uses advanced techniques including DMEK, DSEAK, DALK, and PKP.

As the founder and medical director of Herschel LASIK and Cataract Institute, Dr. Herschel provides personalized, comprehensive vision correction services to patients from around the world including all-laser LASIK; PRK; topography-guided LASIK/PRK; and Visian ICL. Monovision can be achieved with LASIK/PRK, Visian ICL, and premium lens implants. For refractive cataract surgery and refractive lens exchange, premium lens implant options include toric, multifocal, and aspheric IOLs. Advanced technologies for corneal inlays for presbyopia include the Kamra Inlay. Advanced treatments for Keratoconus include corneal collagen cross-linking, Intacs® corneal implants, topography-guided PRK, and conductive keratoplasty.

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