A native Corpus Christian, Dr. Spengler graduated from Mary Carroll High School. He attended Texas A&M University followed by the University of Texas Medical School at Houston.
Dr. Spengler is the primary ophthalmologist/surgeon at Berkeley Eye Center- Corpus Christi.
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LASIK Laser Vision Correction
LASIK is a surgical procedure for vision correction. Each year, more than a million people undergo LASIK to treat their nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism and become glasses-free. A Corpus Christi LASIK procedure takes only a few minutes to complete. Patients remain awake and comfortable during the entire procedure. Most patients report little, if any, discomfort.
Our LASIK procedures are performed in the comfort and safety of a specially designed laser suite at Berkeley Eye and Laser Center- Corpus Christi. To help reduce possible risks and complications, factors such as humidity, temperature and overall air quality are closely monitored and maintained.
Our LASIK Technology
Several types of LASIK procedures are available. When considering your vision correction procedure, it is important to understand exactly what kind of treatment you will receive.
At Berkeley Eye and Laser Center, Corpus Christi we offer a 100% blade-free all-laser LASIK procedure to treat nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. This computer-controlled, all-laser technology provides our surgeons a minimally invasive approach to creating the corneal flap in laser vision correction surgery. With IntraLASE, our surgeons use a computer-guided laser, rather than using a surgical blade, to safely create the corneal flap with a precisely predetermined pattern and depth.
Since the late 1990s, conventional LASIK has been the procedure of choice for surgeons worldwide in their effort to reduce and eliminate the public’s dependence on corrective eyewear. In conventional LASIK the patient’s prescription is entered into the laser for treatment.
Today, leading surgeons like our doctors are taking LASIK to the next level with CustomVue™, a custom laser procedure approved by the FDA. Just like your fingerprint and DNA, the information fed into the laser is unique to your eyes only. Each of your eyes will receive its own custom laser procedure, with no two custom procedures in the world being identical.
At Berkeley Eye and Laser Center-Corpus Christi, we use an eye-tracking laser with Iris Registration. Eye-tracking means that the laser shifts with the eye as it follows the landmarks on the eye. Iris Registration is a non-contact method for aligning the advanced CustomVue procedure. We are able to take photos of landmarks on each individual’s iris so that the laser correctly centers and aligns the treatment on the iris. With Iris Registration, there is no possibility of treating a wrong eye or the wrong patient.