William A. Boothe, MD (retired)

Plano Ophthalmologist
3900 West 15th Street , Suite 104
Plano, Texas 75075 US
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5 out of 5 stars LASIK

Best Decision I Ever Made - Dallas, TX

Dr. Boothe performs this surgery on many of the Dallas sports figures and from my experience, I would go to him again in a second.

5 out of 5 stars LASIK

My Experience - Could not use contacts any longer as my eyes were too dry - Plano, TX

His office is very effecient - they take you through the whole process and I did the exams and the Lasik on the same day. Dr. B was professional and nice, he went over the surgery with me in details before starting the operation.

Was Great for a Few Years Then...

I had lasik surgery done by {edited}, he's supposed to be the best in the DFW area. My appointment was for 6:30PM on a Friday and my surgery was not done until midnight! So, after doing no telling how many surgeries during the week, he's doing mine at midnight on Friday. Anyway, they gave me a Valium to calm me down (they do all patients) and the staff had to help me walk down the hall. ...

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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: MD, Southwestern Medical School
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: Internal Medicine

    Residency: Ophthalmology, Texas Tech University School of Medicine

    Fellowship: Cornea and External Diseases, Jules Stein Eye Institute, University of California

Treatments offered at Boothe EyeCare & Laser Center

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Is It Common to Have Restricted Eye Movement Up After an Eye Orbit Fracture, Entrp Muscle?

Trapdoor fractures are more common in children. Trapdoor fracture will cause the bones under the eye to swing down and immediately back up which... READ MORE

LASIK and Sensivity to Contact Lenses

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Daytime Glare and Double Vision After Lasik

Double vision and glares are common symptom sin the first few weeks after a Lasik eye surgery and often these side effects are temporary in nature and... READ MORE