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Astigmatism in San Antonio, TX

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What Is an Astigmatism?

Caused by an irregularly shaped cornea or lens, an astigmatism distorts light and prevents it from properly reaching the retina in one sharp point of focus. Patients with astigmatism can have difficulties seeing up close and items at a distance. It is a common condition that may occur in conjunction with nearsightedness or farsightedness. Astigmatism symptoms generally include blurred vision, eye strain, squinting, and trouble seeing at night. At Texas State Optical Bandera in San Antonio, TX, Dr. Victoria Perez can expertly diagnose and treat astigmatism with personalized eye exams and tailored eyeglasses or contact lens prescriptions. Contact our practice in San Antonio, TX to schedule an appointment.

How Do We Treat an Astigmatism?

After Dr. Perez conducts a series of tests to evaluate your eye health and examine the way your eyes refract light, she may recommend a range of practical solutions, including eyeglasses or contact lenses to correct your sight, enhancing vision clarity. Our San Antonio, TX practice can help correct astigmatism, farsightedness, nearsightedness, and many other eye problems to help you improve your vision so you can see clearly again.

I had a wonderful experience for my annual vision exam. Doctor Perez explained in details the results of the scans and the health and condition of my eyes. It was my first time at this location but certainly will continue to come here for my future eye exams and prescription glasses. The entire team is excellent and the friendly reminders are helpful to ensure timely arrival and keep track of appt. I am very happy with the entire experience. Thank you!

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Everyone at TSO Bandera is very professional and friendly. All my concerns were answered. Highly recommend TSO Bandera.

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Many thanks to the Dr. Perez and her truly professional staff @ Texas State Optical. Their excellent expertise and overall quality coupled with a great “service with a smile” attitude have secured us as customers. Way to go!!!

R.T. Google

Always a great experience! Very professional and efficient. The entire staff is very friendly. Highly recommend.

M.B. Google

I really love this place. I have been going here since I first moved to San Antonio and the staff has always been very kind and welcoming. There is rarely any wait time and they explain everything to you and make sure that you fully understand what's going on with your eyes as well as what to look out for in the future and what to be aware of. It's honesty the best experience I've had for an eye doctor.

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Experience Clearer Vision

Dr. Victoria Perez at Texas State Optical Bandera offers several solutions to correct astigmatism. Eyeglasses or contact lens prescriptions can help you to see more clearly and enjoy the details of the world around you. Contact our office in San Antonio, TX to schedule a consultation today.

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Can astigmatism worsen over time?

Yes, astigmatism can change over time, becoming either better or worse. Regular eye exams at Texas State Optical Bandera in San Antonio, TX, help monitor these changes and ensure your vision correction is always up to date.

What lifestyle changes can help manage astigmatism?

Maintaining overall eye health through a balanced diet, protecting your eyes from injury, and practicing good visual habits can help manage astigmatism. The team at Texas State Optical Bandera can provide personalized advice on lifestyle changes to support your eye health.

Can astigmatism lead to blindness?

Astigmatism itself does not lead to blindness. However, if left uncorrected, it can cause significant discomfort and vision problems. Regular eye exams at Texas State Optical Bandera ensure that any vision issues are promptly addressed.

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