The Keratoconus Doctor at Total Eye Care

Richard A Driscoll, O.D. – Keratoconus Doctor

Specialist In Improving The Vision And Function Of Patients With Keratoconus

Dr Driscoll Keratoconus Doctor

Residency Trained Keratoconus Doctor

During my residency training, I treated patients with advanced medical conditions such as keratoconus and post-refractive surgery and LASIK surgical complications. As an experienced keratoconus doctor, my practice focuses on improving the visual function and day to day lives of patients with keratoconus. My training and experience provided the foundation for me to specialize in serving these patients, restoring their visual function.

  • Doctorate of Optometry – Illinois College of Optometry, 1988
  • Hospital-Based Residency – Tuscaloosa Veterans Administration Medical Center, 1989
  • Certified Therapeutic Optometrist – Texas Optometry Board, 1991
  • Certified Optometric Glaucoma Specialist – Texas Optometry Board, 2000
  • Keratoconus and Post Surgical Sub-specialty – 2003
  • Scleral Contact Lens Sub-specialty – Keratoconus, Post LASIK & Refractive Surgery Rehabilitation


Keratoconus Doctor, Teacher, Lecturer, and Author

First and foremost I’m a clinician. I find great satisfaction in improving patients’ lives by returning the visual function they once experienced prior to keratoconus. Many of these patients find it difficult to continue to work because their vision has decreased to the point that traditional glasses and contact lenses are of no help. My goal is to give them back as much comfortable vision as possible.

Experience That Matters Most

My practice specializes in managing patients with keratoconus and post-surgical refractive surgery complications. We have the experience to find the best option for you.

Leading Edge Care

Dr. Driscoll stays up to date on the latest technology available in the treatment of patients with keratoconus and post-surgical refractive complications.

Most Insurances Accepted

We are providers for most medical and vision plans. Our experience fitting patients with medically necessary contact lenses helps patients get the care they need.

Latest Technology

Staying abreast of the latest advancements in the treatment of keratoconus would not be possible without having the latest technology available. The Keratoconus Doctors and Total Eye Care utilize the latest technology.

Schedule a Free Consult Today With a Keratoconus Doctor

Get The Latest Keratoconus Treatment Available

If you would like more information on the latest methods available to treat keratoconus please contact Dr. Driscoll, the keratoconus doctor at Total Eye Care and schedule your free consult. Call us today at 817.416.0333. You can also schedule appointments online.

The Patient’s Guide to Keratoconus

Patient's Guide to Keratoconus

The Patient’s Guide to Keratoconus is a primer written by, Dr. Richard Driscoll, an experienced keratoconus doctor at Total Eye Care. Inside is information every patient with keratoconus should know. This guide answers the most common questions patients ask about keratoconus. Well informed patients make better decisions about their health care. Download your free guide today. Here are a few highlights of what is inside.

  • What is keratoconus?
  • How is keratoconus treated?
  • Will the new scleral contact lenses help me?
  • What treatment options are available? The pros and cons of each option are discussed.
  • Contact lenses vs surgery
  • What are the risks and benefits of surgery?
  • When is surgery recommended?
  • What research is being done in keratoconus?
  • What is my prognosis?

Keratoconus Doctor FAQ

Which doctor for keratoconus?

Most patients require non-surgical treatment for their keratoconus; therefore, an optometric keratoconus specialist is the best choice. The treatment of choice is a scleral contact lens that will provide the best visual acuity and comfort.

Do optometrists treat keratoconus?

Yes, some optometrists are keratoconus specialists and focus on treating patients with keratoconus and irregular corneas. Most keratoconus patients are successfully treated with special scleral contact lenses which restore good, comfortable vision.