At Focal Point Vision in San Antonio, TX, our board-certified ophthalmologists perform a wide range of procedures for individuals of all ages. Some of our most popular treatments include those to address the iris, cataracts, glaucoma, corneal complications (such as keratoconus), and dry eye. We also offer a handful of general eye care services via our highly trained optometrists. Our team works together to diagnose many eye conditions, including the more common to the rarest.
Laser Vision Correction
At Focal Point Vision, our team of skilled eye care professionals offers innovative laser vision correction procedures for our San Antonio, TX patients. With a dedication to our patients and attention to detail, our team provides customized procedure plans that may include refractive lens exchange, PRK, and implantable contact lenses. Additionally, we perform LASIK procedures in order to help patients see clearly without the need for contact lenses or glasses.
As a natural part of aging, cataracts occur when the natural lens begins to cloud because of the breakdown of proteins. If this happens, it can cause blurry or distorted vision that may impact your ability to perform everyday tasks. At Focal Point Vision, we specialize in laser cataract surgery and traditional cataract surgery to remove your natural lens and replace it with an intraocular or artificial lens. In fact, we offer innovative light adjustable lenses, which have a photosensitive film that allow us to adjust your prescription precisely. If you have started to experience the symptoms of cataracts, please schedule an appointment to learn more about our cataract treatments.
The cornea’s primary purpose is to refract or bend light, and it is the transparent portion of the eye that covers the pupil. There are various diseases and medical conditions that can affect the health of your corneas, thus impacting your overall vision health. At Focal Point Vision in San Antonio, TX, our team of board-certified ophthalmologists and optometrists provide a wide range of cornea services, including corneal cross-linking, superficial keratectomy treatment, full or partial corneal transplants, and more. Read on to learn more about our cornea services, or contact our office in San Antonio, TX to schedule a consultation with one of our experts.
Glaucoma is a progressive eye disease that increases intraocular pressure and places excess pressure on the optic nerve. Without proper treatment and early detection, it can lead to partial or total blindness. Our team at Focal Point Vision can diagnose, treat, and manage your glaucoma to help you avoid the more severe side effects of this disease. Depending on the stage of your glaucoma, we offer a range of innovative treatments, like MIGS, iStent®, Kahook Dual Blade, and SLT. Please schedule an eye exam at our San Antonio, TX eye center to learn more. We are here to help protect your ocular health and help you live a high quality of life.
Dry, irritated eyes are common for most people from time to time, but if the situation persists, it could be an indicator of something more. Dry eye syndrome is caused by an underproduction of tears or unbalanced tear ducts, and they can leave your eyes feeling gritty and irritated as well as cause blurry vision. It can be brought on by environmental factors, medication, or genetics, and can seriously impact the health of your eyes. At Focal Point Vision in San Antonio, TX, our professional team of experienced doctors can diagnose and then treat your dry eye syndrome with the cutting-edge iLUX Device. Don’t suffer from dry eyes; call us today for a consultation to restore the health and comfort of your eyes.
Common signs and symptoms of varying eye conditions can require different levels of care and treatment. At Focal Point Vision in San Antonio, TX, our team of board-certified ophthalmologists and optometrists diagnose and treat a range of eye conditions, such as diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, styes, and more. If you have noticed a change in your vision quality or abnormal symptoms, contact Focal Point Vision to schedule an eye exam and get the vision care you need.