Welcome to Oklahoma Eye Institute

The largest eye care referral center in Western Oklahoma.

Western Oklahoma's

Premier Ora-guided cataract surgery.

Oklahoma Eye Institute

Western Oklahoma's largest eyecare referral center.

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Advanced Cataract Surgery

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A cataract is a clouding of the lens of the eye. Cataracts are more common after the age of 60, but can occur at any age. The cloudy vision can make it difficult to see road signs clearly and cause significant glare symptoms from bright lights.


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Glaucoma is a disease in which the nerve that transfers information from the eye to the brain (optic nerve) becomes damaged. This damage results in irreversible vision loss. Since the vision loss occurs initially in the peripheral vision, the disease is unnoticed by patients until its later stages. Glaucoma is often, but not always, a result of high eye pressure. A family history of glaucoma increases one’s risk for the disease.

Diabetic Eye Disease

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Diabetic retinopathy is a condition associated with diabetes. High levels of blood sugar can damage tiny blood vessels in the eye, causing poor circulation. This can cause small leaks in the vessels, and swelling of the retinal nerve layer. Eventually new vessels, which are very fragile, may form to replace the damaged vessels. The new vessels can burst, creating a hemorrhage, and resulting in blurred vision or even blindness.

Dry Eye Syndrome

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With the dry, dusty and windy weather, dry eye is a common complication for many residents of Western Oklahoma. The prevalence of dry eye or dry eye syndrome increases with age. It is estimated that 1.68 million men over the age of 50 and 3.2 million women over the age of 50 in the US struggle with dry eye syndrome. Dry eye symptoms also increase with activities such as driving, computer work, and playing video games.

Eyelid Surgery

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Blepharochilasis or dermatochilasis is a sagging of the eyelid skin. This is caused by excess skin and fat underneath the skin pulling the eyelids downward. In some cases, the drooping upper eyelids can block the vision. This can be corrected with an eyelid procedure called a blepharoplasty.

Macular Degeneration

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Macular degeneration is a disease which affects a small area of the retina known as the macula. The macula is the central area of the retina that allows us to see the fine detail of whatever we look at directly. Macular degeneration occurs when the macula is damaged.

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We Put Patients First

Welcome to Oklahoma Eye Institute, where your health comes first. We understand that you have countless options for whom you choose as your doctor. It is our intent to show you what quality care can mean for you. In addition to healthcare backed by years of training and experience, our office is also a place in which patient comfort and convenience are prioritized. When you visit our office, you can expect to be treated in the same manner we would treat our family. Your concerns are important to us, and we want to make sure all of your questions are answered so you understand what your options are. Whether your needs revolve around prevention, or you would like to improve some aspect of your life with eye care, know that you are in great care with the physicians at Oklahoma Eye Institute.

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Dr.Kamran Massoumi

Dr. Kamran Massoumi has served patients and referring doctors in Western Oklahoma since 2004. He specializes in sutureless cataract surgery, specialty lens implants, blepharoplasty, pterygium removal, and general ophthalmology.

Dr. Massoumi grew up in the San Francisco Bay area and received his medical education at St. Louis University School of Medicine and his ophthalmology residency at Case Western Reserve University in Ohio.

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Our Practice

You may only need to visit the doctor’s office a few times a year, but we want those visits to be as comfortable and convenient as possible. Our office has been designed to achieve this goal, with a comfortable reception area and well-equipped treatment rooms that maximize efficiency in care. When you are in the office, we would like you to be able to sit back and relax while we attend to your needs.

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Meet the staff

We have carefully selected our team of assistants to create a friendly and professional atmosphere we believe you deserve. This group of people is integral to the overall success of our office because they are your first contact and are responsible for assisting you with scheduling, insurance, and other aspects of your healthcare experience. When you choose us as your provider, know that your needs are our priority and that we will make every effort to accommodate your preferences. We understand the value of time and do our best to schedule in such a way to get you in and out of the office quickly so you can go about your day. Your health is a lifelong matter of importance. In establishing a trusting relationship through quality care and clear communication, we hope to support you and your family for years to come.

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