Committed Optometrist Performing Eye Exams

When it comes to your vision, don't let eye health fall behind. At ClearVision EYECARE & OPTICAL in San Antonio, Texas, our optometrist and staff are committed to keeping your eyes healthy. We offer eye exams to determine what issues are affecting your sight and find ways the help improve your vision.


Perfect Eyesight Is Not Perfect Vision
Eyesight is simply the basic ability to see; vision, on the other hand, is the ability to identify normally on the standard eye charts, yet visual skills may be seriously impaired. Therefore, normal eyesight may not necessarily produce normal vision.

This is because human vision is a complex system of several learned skills. These skills must work together to function properly. Without these systems in proper working order, your vision could be greatly impaired.

To diagnose and treat these problems requires the expertise of skilled professionals. Our VIP (Vision Improvement Program) is an intensive way to strengthen learned visual skills. We train the eyes to function properly within the entire learning system as intended.

Healing the Eyes

To fix and treat the issues your eyes may have, we offer a number of different diagnosis, treatment, and co-management programs. Some of the more common eye and vision issues we diagnose and treat are: 
 
Eye Disease • Red Eyes  Dry Eyes • Glaucoma • Diabetes • Cataracts


For managing and healing the problems that affect your eyes, we offer a wide variety of methods, each one medically recognized and all safe, trusted procedures. For laser vision correction, we offer both LASIK™ and PRK™ services. With our vision therapy program, we help to develop your perceptual skills and help to fix your vision related reading problems.


Eye Health

We use a variety of instruments and procedures in your examination. Opthalmoscopy, tonometry, biomicroscopy and visual fields testing are some of the procedures to evaluate the health of your eyes. State-of-the-art retinal photography permanently documents the current status of your eyes for our records.

When Should You Have Your Next Eye Examination?

Many people equate the need for an eye examination with replacing their eyeglasses. While it's certainly important to see well, undesirable changes in your eyes can occur which do not adversely affect vision in their early stages. Unlike the rest of your body, your eyes rarely hurt when something is wrong. Do not rely on changes in your vision or broken glasses to remind you of your next appointment. Follow the advice of experts, have your eyes examined yearly.

Fees

Payment is expected when services are rendered unless other arrangements have been made in advance. We are providers for Medicare and accept assignment. In addition, we assist in filling private insurance claims for several other carriers.

Contact us to set an appointment with our optometrist for your next eye exam.