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  • Early Signs of Glaucoma
    Glaucoma is a singular word for a group of diseases that damage your optic nerve. It is often caused by abnormally high pressure in the eye. Unfortunately, many forms of Read more
  • Tired Eyes? It Might Be From Your Screen Time
    Everyone has times when they feel so tired that their eyes feel like they're going to deflate. But if that feeling happens to you a little too often, it Read more
  • Tips for Handling Foreign Objects in Your Eye
    It’s not unusual to get particles of dust, dirt or bugs in your eyes while spending time outdoors. Sometimes you notice that something’s there, other times you don’t until your Read more
  • How to Prepare For An Eye Exam
    If you recently made an appointment for an eye exam, or if you are contemplating doing so in the near future, you are most likely wondering if there are any Read more
  • The Vision Place Discusses Contacts Lens vs Traditional Glasses
    If you are unable to see things as clearly as you would like, making an appointment at The Vision Place in San Antonio to have an eye exam conducted Read more
  • Cancer of the Eyes
                                                     Luckily, cancer in the eye is a Read more
  • Back To School Glasses
    Back to School Glasses From The Vision Place With students returning to classes, it's time to think about your vision and those of your children. Eyesight is critical to learning. Poor Read more
  • When to See an Optometrist in San Antonio, TX
    When to See an Optometrist With The Vision Place in San Antonio, TX San Antonio citizens no longer have to live with poor vision. The Vision Place is an eye care Read more
  • UV Cataract Protection
    Understanding UV Exposure and Cataracts in San Antonio When you are exposed to UV radiation, such as UV rays coming from the sun, the lenses in your eyes will absorb these Read more
  • Part-time Wear: One-day Contact Lenses
    One Day Disposable Lenses Provided at Your San Antonio Optometrist If you suffer from vision issues, such as farsightedness or nearsightedness, there is a very good chance that you can have Read more
  • One Day Disposable Lenses in San Antonio
    One Day Disposable Lenses in San Antonio All contacts, in a sense, are considered disposable. You dispose of them after wearing them for a certain period of time. With daily disposable Read more
  • Dry Eye - Is It Treatable?
    Dry Eye Syndrome in San Antonio, TX Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca is the other name used to refer to Dry Eye Syndrome. This health condition is accompanied by a number of symptoms such as irritation, Read more
  • Sunglasses From Our Optometrist
    Sunglasses in San Antonio, TX Many people forego wearing eyeglasses as this prevents them from wearing their sunglasses. The truth is, though, thanks to advances in technology, you can now easily wear Read more
  • Protect Your Eyes From UV With Contact Lenses
    UV Contact Protection From Your San Antonio Optometrist You hear about the risks of UV rays on your skin. And with the hype of the eclipse not long ago, it brought attention Read more
  • Itchy Eye? You May Have Pink Eye
    Pink Eye Treatment From Your San Antonio Optometrist “Pink eye” is the popular term given to inflammation of the conjunctiva of the eyes. It can be a very uncomfortable condition, causing Read more
  • Sun Protection
    Sun Protection at The Vision Place in San Antonio Most people remember to wear sunglasses to protect their eyes during the summer. However, it is also important to wear glasses for Read more

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