Dr. Kenneth King
Dr. Kenneth King is an experienced optometrist at Alliance Vision Institute in Fort Worth, TX. He specializes in full-scope optometry, ocular disease treatment, glaucoma management, and pre- and post-surgery treatment.
Dr. King takes the time to get to know each of his patients to learn about their vision needs and goals. He is skilled in a variety of eye care services and will help you decide what care is best for your lifestyle.
- Full-Scope Optometry
- Ocular Disease Treatment
- Glaucoma Management
- Pre- and Post-Surgery Treatment
- Dry Eye and Ocular Surface Disease treatment
Dr. King is proud to provide thorough optometric services to examine every aspect of your vision and eye health. His full range of services, from comprehensive eye exams to medical eye care, are tailored to you to ensure your ongoing eye health.
It’s important to identify potential eye conditions early to safeguard against vision loss, and Dr. King has decades of experience diagnosing and managing ocular diseases. He’s able to identify potential issues long before they show symptoms and personalize treatment plans to maximize patient success.
Glaucoma can be managed using prescriptions and other tailored solutions. Dr. King specializes in glaucoma treatment: he can expertly manage even complex cases to maintain your vision and slow or potentially stop the progression of glaucoma.
PRE- AND POST-SURGERY TREATMENT
A successful and comfortable surgical experience should put just as much focus on pre- and post-operative care as the procedure itself. Dr. King provides compassionate care to patients before and after virtually any eye surgery to ensure the smoothest recovery and clearest vision for our patients!
Dry Eye and Ocular Surface Disease treatment
Dry eye disease is an exceedingly common condition when your eyes aren’t getting enough hydration from your tears. Though there are many different causes of dry eye, they tend to have similar symptoms, such as stinging, burning, redness, scratchy eyes, watery eyes, light sensitivity, blurred vision, and difficulty with night vision.
Open Letter to Patients
Hello! It is my privilege to welcome you to Alliance Vision Institute. Thank you for the opportunity to serve your vision needs. I consider it an honor to be able to do so.
I have always had an interest in vision care. My father suffered from nystagmus, and I suffered from myopia from the fourth grade on. In my teens I suffered from eye disease related to contact lens misuse. I decided to find a way to help others like my father and myself to enjoy clear, uncomplicated vision.
I believe our vision connects us to the world around us. I have seen children blossom after having their vision corrected. I have also seen children who were once considered learning impaired or ADHD re-engage with their world. I have witnessed adults flourish with confidence after achieving freedom from eyewear. I have seen the elderly reconnect with their families and surroundings after regaining their sight from cataract surgery. There is literally no point in life that cannot be enhanced with improved vision.
The most satisfying moment of my career came one day when a woman came into my office. She said “you won’t remember me but you saw me at a free clinic (I volunteered at a local community clinic back then) and noticed that my optic nerve didn’t look right. You and the clinic director got me into the neuro-ophthalmologist, who found a tumor behind my eye. You saved my life, and I came in to say thank you.” Every day I come to work thinking of her.
My philosophy has always been that the eyes are part of the entire person. They are not an isolated system. That fits with our philosophy here at AVI. Let us show you how we can enhance your life experience.
Dr. Kenneth King
Q&A With Dr. King
What made you decide to become an optometrist?
My father had an ocular condition called nystagmus that always made me aware of vision conditions. I also had a lot of contact lens complications as a teen and spent quite a bit of time in an eye doctor’s office. Between those two things, I was motivated to consider eyecare as a career.
Do you participate in any community/volunteer/service work?
I have volunteered for a crisis hotline, vision mission trips, and the Infantsee program through the American Optometric Association.
What is the most satisfying part of your job?
When patients are ecstatic about their visual outcome.
What differentiates Alliance Vision Institute from other practices?
We provide a vast array of vision correction treatments, but in an environment that is highly individualized. We try to make every patient feel important. The last thing any individual in our practice wants is for our patients to feel like a number. I love when our team members get to know the patients and develop their own rapport with them.
- American Optometric Association
- Texas Optometric Association
- Tarrant County Optometric Society
Research & Academics
- Participant in vision studies for Light Adjustable Lenses (LAL) by RxSight®
- Speaker for RxSight® Light Adjustable Lenses: Roundtable panelist and contributor to online discussions with other LAL providers across the US
- Speaker for Lumenis Vision: Provided clinical instruction to providers at the Dallas Brilliance Seminar, 12/2022