Information About Vision Services

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.

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Cataracts are a condition that affects the lens of the eye, resulting in a cloudy overlay in your vision. A cataract may develop in one or both eyes.

Laser cataract surgery is a highly innovative technique performed with a laser that is able to remove a cataract using safe and proven methods.

Like laser cataract surgery, traditional cataract surgery aims to destroy a cataract and restore your vision, but it is completed with medical tools.

The Light Adjustable Lens by RxSight is a type of artificial intraocular lens that can be modified after your cataract surgery for optimal results.

Refractive surgery, also known as vision correction, addresses issues, such as myopia, hyperopia, and presbyopia, to improve a patient's eyesight.

Refractive lens exchange, often shortened to RLE, can help patients with severe myopia or hyperopia achieve improved vision without eyeglasses.

LASIK is without a doubt the most well-known laser refractive surgery in the world, thanks to its high success rates and minimally invasive technique.

PRK is a quick and effective refractive surgery procedure that could be a wonderful alternative for patients who don't qualify for LASIK surgery.

Also known as "permanent contact lenses," ICLs provide lasting results to individuals wanting to achieve clear, precise vision without glasses.

There are a number of diseases that can affect the health of your corneas and thus impact your vision, including keratoconus and corneal dystrophy.

Keratoconus is a degenerative corneal disease that affects the shape, thickness, and strength of the cornea and causes various eyesight issues.

At Focal Point Vision, we are pleased to be home to one of the only recognized corneal cross-linking technologies in the whole of San Antonio, TX!

Intacs are specialized devices that are implanted into the eye to modify the shape of the cornea and reverse the symptoms and signs of keratoconus.

DSEK (DSAEK) and DMEK are different types of corneal transplant techniques that address separate layers of the cornea to properly treat your issue.

A superficial keratectomy aims to smoothen or remove the outer layer of the cornea, also known as the epithelium, to treat certain eye conditions.

Individuals with certain corneal disorders could benefit from a full or partial cornea transplant, such as lamellar or penetrating keratoplasty.

Keratoprosthesis is typically saved for patients with very severe cornea disease or had some unsuccessful corneal transplants in the past.

Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that can result in partial or full blindness if left untreated. Thankfully, there are many options available.

An innovative and contemporary approach to stopping the spread of glaucoma, the ExPRESS Shunt has provided promising results for men and women alike.

Of the many MIGS techniques offered at Focal Point Vision, the iStent utilizes the smallest known device in the vision industry to address glaucoma.

Utilizing the Kahook Dual Blade (KDB), the internal intraocular pressure (IOP) of your eye can be lowered by creating a small, strategic incision.


A selective laser trabeculoplasty is an advanced glaucoma surgery that reduces damage to the optic nerve and works to reverse the effects of glaucoma.

Using the highly advanced iLUX Device, our team is able to restore the comfort and vision of patients who suffer with dry eye and its many symptoms.

When individuals have a damaged iris or are entirely born without one, artificial iris surgery can be performed to improve the function of their eyes.

Even though there is a large number of eye conditions that can harm your overall ocular health, some may be more common and curable than you think.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.