8 Places to Check Out in San Antonio After LASIK

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LASIK can allow you to have much greater visual freedom, with reduced dependency on visual aids like glasses and contact lenses. After LASIK, you’ll notice clearer vision, better vision at night and in low light, and the chance to enjoy all kinds of activities without the hassle of glasses or contacts.  LASIK surgery is an…

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What is the Difference Between Cataract Surgery & LASIK?

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James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 10/24/2023 At Focal Point Vision, our ophthalmologists, or eye surgeons, are fellowship-trained and perform both cataract and LASIK surgery. Often during the discussion of cataract surgery, a patient asks, “Are you going to be doing LASIK on my eyes? What is the difference between cataract surgery and LASIK?” Essentially, cataract…

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What Are My Activity Restrictions After Cataract Surgery?

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James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 10/24/2023 Restrictions after Cataract Surgery Cataract surgery involves removal of the cloudy lens and replacement with a clear, artificial lens. The surgery takes 20-30 minutes and is usually done under local anesthesia with IV sedation. The majority of patients have very little pain or discomfort after the surgery, and often ask…

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What a Burst Blood Vessel In Your Eye Means

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James D. Lehmann, M.D. | 10/24/2023 If you recently woke up with a bright red spot in your eye, you’re probably feeling a little nervous. You’re probably anxiously typing a lot of different questions in your favorite search engine, including some variation of: If you’re worried about what a burst blood vessel in eye means…

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How Do You Know If You Have Cataracts?

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There are countless ways your vision can be negatively affected. Injuries and various conditions can impact your eyesight, so how do you know when cataracts are to blame?  The first step is to visit your eye doctor, but there are other signs that may point to cataracts. Keep reading to learn how you can know…

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