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Welcome to The Vision Place in San Antonio! Dr. Sandra Palomino and the entire team here at The Vision Place strive to provide every patient with the finest vision care possible. We invite you to browse our website for more information about our services. If you need an optometrist in San Antonio, we also invite you to schedule your eye exams at our office and join our patient family today!
The Vision Place is a full service eye care provider. We handle walk-in eye emergencies as well as scheduled visits. Patients in San Antonio come to see Dr. Palomino, a Texas Board Certified Optometrist in San Antonio and Shavano Park, because everyone knows they will benefit from personal attention and professional care at our office.
Dr. Palomino and our entire team are dedicated to keeping patients comfortable and well-informed at all times. We explain every eye exam procedure and answer all your questions. Dr. Palomino and her husband, Julian, can also provide explanations in Spanish.
At The Vision Place, we have flexible eye care financing options and will work with your insurance provider to ensure that quality vision care is affordable for all.
Our one-on-one approach to eye care makes Dr. Palomino the eye doctor of choice in the San Antonio area. Our San Antonio optometrist provides the following vision services:
From vision testing to disease assessment, comprehensive eye exams are important for clear vision and eye health. Our San Antonio optometrist takes your vision very seriously and performs thorough tests to prescribe the proper vision correction and spot any underlying health issues.
With your prescription in hand, you can pick out stylish eyeglasses right here in our San Antonio office. We carry designer frames from Gucci, Tory Burch, Coach, Ray Ban and others.
Eyeglasses aren’t for everyone. If you prefer to wear contact lenses, our optometrist in Shavano Park can perform the necessary contact lens exam and help you choose contacts that fit your needs.
Glaucoma, cataracts and macular degeneration are just a few of the diseases our eye doctor tests for. No one wants to hear they have an eye disease, but early detection and effective treatment at our office can help preserve your vision for many years following your diagnosis.
If you’re tired of corrective eyewear, sharpen your vision once and for all with LASIK. We can determine your candidacy, refer you to a LASIK specialist and handle your post-operative care for the best results.
Our team at The Vision Place is dedicated to providing high-quality vision services and making sure every patient feels comfortable. To schedule eye exams for your family, please call (210) 764-1113 or contact us online. New patients receive 15% off their first visit!
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