SAN ANTONIO

San Antonio, Texas’s Precision Scleral Lens & Dry Eye Center—finally, a meaningful solution…

San Antonio-based Precision Scleral Lens & Dry Eye Center, offering specialty contact lenses and treatments, is the solution for complete eye relief. Precision keeps a watchful eye on such conditions as: Post LASIK/RK surgery complications/failures, Keratoconus (corneal bulging/misshaping that distorts vision), Dry Eye Syndrome and uncomfortable/ill-fitting hard-to-fit contacts. Sufferers no longer have to deal with glare, halos, starburts, grittiness, dryness, burning or even excessive tearing that can disrupt everyday life and lead to serious vision issues—or frustrating visits to eye care centers unable to solve these problems.

Those frustrated by a seeming lack of superior treatment can finally get relief! San Antonio’s Precision Scleral Lens & Dry Eye Center offers state-of-the-art trained and experienced eye specialists who provide both specialty contact lenses and treatments for unresolved eye discomfort caused by post LASIK complications, RK Eye Surgery, Keratoconus, Dry Eye Syndrome and ill-fitting hard-to-fit contact lenses. Options include scleral, soft, and hybrid lenses, PVR PROSE and EyePrint PRO—which can vastly improve comfort and vision. We solve, not just salve, eye problems in a caring and personal environment designed to restore good eye health, comfort and clear vision.

Precision serves patients located throughout the Greater San Antonio area including:

Alamo Heights, Balcones Heights, Bulverde, Castle Hills, Cibolo, Converse, Fair Oaks Ranch, Garden Ridge, Helotes, Hollywood Park, King William, Kirby, Leon Valley, Live Oak, Mahncke Park, Olmos Park, San Antonio, Schertz, Selma, Shavano Park, Stone Oak, Terrell Hills, Universal City, and Windcrest.

LASIK Surgery Complications

LASIK, RK, PRK, LASEK and IntraLase can cause blurry or distorted vision. Fortunately, in most cases vision challenges such as glare, halos, dryness, ghost images, star bursting, and loss of contrast can be corrected with (custom) scleral lenses, topical medications, Intacs, or a collagen fiber-building procedure called Collagen Crosslinking (CXL)..

Keratoconus Treatment

Keratoconus is a misshaping or bulging of the cornea. It distorts or blurs vision. While often scary, Keratoconus is very treatable with leading-edge diagnosis and management and technologically-advanced treatment. And, well-trained, committed specialists in a compassionate setting that provide the highest level of care – great vision and great comfort. Treatment options can include a collagen fiber-building procedure called Collagen Crosslinking (CXL), Intacs, soft lenses, RGP hard lenses, hybrid lenses, (custom) scleral lenses, PVR PROSE, EyePrint PRO, and others.

Dry Eye Treatment

Dry Eye Syndrome is extremely common. It can cause other problems or result from them. Everything from surgery to uncomfortable contact lenses can be tied to Dry Eye Syndrome. People often believe they can’t wear contacts because of Dry Eye. The good news is that advanced techniques and technologies for diagnosis and treatment, coupled with a caring bedside manner, can solve the physical problems while eliminating anxiety and frustration. Even if you’ve suffered from Dry Eye Syndrome for some time now, and found little relief from other treatments, there’s no need to be left high and dry and longer. Precision Scleral Lens & Dry Eye Center in San Antonio offers specialized state-of-the-art testing and treatments to best resolve Dry Eye Syndrome. These range from topical applications and nutritional products to leading-edge therapies such as Intense Pulsed Light, Lipiflow, and micro-exfoliation.

Uncomfortable Contact Lenses

Hard-to-Fit or uncomfortable contacts aren’t a reason to stop wearing them. A qualified specialist using the newest diagnostic technology and treatment can be the right fit, both for lenses and peace of mind. Among the many solutions that can keep people in contacts are (custom) scleral lenses, which fit over the whole cornea.

Contact Precision Scleral Lens & Dry Eye Center in San Antonio, Texas today and start seeing life more clearly.