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.


Four Vision Problems Corrected With LASIK

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 11/03/2020

During a LASIK eye surgery consultation in San Antonio, we can determine if a patient is a LASIK surgery candidate.


How Do Light Adjustable Lenses Differ from Other IOL Types?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 10/27/2020

The Light Adjustable Lens from RXSight is implanted into the eye following cataract removal surgery to provide patients with clear, precise vision.


Can Your Vision Get Cloudy Again After Cataract Surgery?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 10/20/2020

Many patients wonder if their cataracts can come back and if they’ll get cloudy vision after surgery.


What Causes Corneal Ulcers In The Eyes?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 10/13/2020

Corneal ulcers lead to blurry vision and other vision problems that can be treated effectively in San Antonio, TX.


What Age Do Cataracts Start Developing?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 10/06/2020

A comprehensive eye exam can diagnose eye problems, such as cataracts, for immediate treatment.


What Happens to Your Vision If Cataracts Are Left Untreated?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 09/23/2020

When cataracts are left untreated, you can develop total blindness in San Antonio, TX.


Will Refractive Surgery Decrease Your Dependence On Glasses?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 09/16/2020

During a consultation, our doctors can discuss which refractive surgery can decrease your need for glasses.


Six Tips To Help Prevent Cataracts

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 09/09/2020

Cataract prevention is an important component of keeping your eye health intact in San Antonio, TX.


How Do Health Professionals Diagnose Cornea Disease?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 09/02/2020

When you’re experiencing abnormal changes to your vision, an eye professional can screen you for cornea disease.


Are You A Candidate For Light Adjustable Lens?

James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 08/26/2020

If you have cataracts and want to correct your vision, a light adjustable lens can give you clearer vision.


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