Can You Go Blind From Untreated Glaucoma?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 04/14/2021

When glaucoma is left untreated, you can lose your vision permanently without glaucoma treatment.


What is Keratoprosthesis and How Does it Restore Vision?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 03/23/2021

Keratoprosthesis removes and replaces a damaged cornea to improve vision in San Antonio, TX.


How Long After LASIK Will Vision be Clear?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 03/17/2021

LASIK does improve vision relatively quickly; however, your vision can change over time after surgery.


Tired of Wearing Contacts? Consider Refractive Lens Exchange

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 03/10/2021

When you’re interested in laser vision correction, refractive lens exchange surgery can help improve your vision.


Can Smoking Increase Your Risk of Cataracts?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 03/05/2021

Learning how to prevent cataract development is important for your eye health in San Antonio, TX.


What Causes the Need for A Superficial Keratectomy?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 02/23/2021

When you’re experiencing a corneal disorder, a superficial keratectomy may help restore your vision.


All About Recovery Time For Laser Cataract Surgery vs Traditional

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 02/11/2021

Knowing how long recovery is after laser cataract surgery helps you prepare best.


Not A Candidate for LASIK? Consider PRK

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 02/09/2021

When you’re interested in laser vision correction in San Antonio, consider PRK eye surgery.


What is Corneal Dystrophy and How is it Caused?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 02/03/2021

When you’re experiencing changes to your vision, testing can be done to diagnose corneal disorders.


Will Light Adjustable Lens™ Need Modification After Surgery?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 01/26/2021

When you have cataracts and want to improve your vision, a Light Adjustable Lens can give you clearer vision.


When is it Time to Consider Cataract Surgery?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 01/20/2021

Regular eye exams allow you to learn when cataract surgery is necessary for your vision.


How is Keratoconus Treated?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 01/13/2021

Keratoconus eye disease causes blurred vision and other vision problems in San Antonio, TX.


What Disqualifies Someone From LASIK Eye Surgery?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 01/06/2021

When you’re interested in laser vision correction surgery, a consultation can determine if you’re a candidate for eye surgery.


How Long Does Traditional Cataract Surgery Take?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 12/23/2020

Traditional cataract surgery is a fast and effective way to resolve cloudy vision.


What is Corneal Cross-Linking?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 12/18/2020

When you have cornea disease, such as keratoconus, finding effective ways to treat these conditions is important.


How Do ICLs Differ From Regular Contact Lenses?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 12/15/2020

A long-lasting lens or ICL helps correct nearsightedness or high astigmatism.


Can Cataracts Be Reversed Without Surgery?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 12/08/2020

When left untreated, cataracts can lead to cloudy vision, blurry vision, or blindness in severe cases.


Can Light Adjustable Lens Correct Your Reading Vision?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 11/24/2020

When you want to correct your reading vision, a Light Adjustable Lens can offer clear vision.


What Is Keratoconus and How Does It Affect the Cornea?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 11/17/2020

Keratoconus is a corneal disorder that can cause blurred vision as a result of structural changes in the cornea, but it can be diagnosed and treated.


The Difference Between Traditional and Laser Cataract Surgery

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 11/10/2020

When you’re considering cataract surgery, it’s important to know the different types available.


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