Conditions Treated

When it comes to taking care of your body, your vision should be a top priority. No matter what we do in life, whether that’s driving, going to work, or taking a vacation, our eyes mean everything. Without proper vision, it would be difficult to enjoy the things we love most. But to really give your eyes the best chance to succeed, they deserve professional care. For exceptional optometry solutions in the San Antonio area, be sure to contact Optica 20 20 San Antonio. We have an expert staff who truly cares about providing the very best service imaginable. To see if our office is ideal for your vision needs, check out the conditions we treat:

Conditions We Treat in San Antonio

Red Eyes

Red eyes can be caused by a wide variety of different reasons, including dry eye, eyestrain, or allergies. However, if your eyes are constantly becoming red for no apparent reason, we recommend seeing us for an appointment. You could, in fact, have a blood vessel issue that needs professional treatment.

Allergies

Seasonal allergies can be caused by irritants, such as pollen, dust, and mold, getting in your eye and making your eyes red and inflamed. Our optometrist can prescribe eye drops to reduce the inflammation in your eyes.

Pink Eye (Conjunctivitis)

Pink eye can cause redness and inflammation in your eyes. Pink eye occurs when a viral or bacterial infection affects the inner lid of your eyes. Pink eye is highly contiguous and it is best to schedule an appointment with our optometrist for antibiotic eye drops or ointment treatment.

Eyestrain

If you’ve ever been driving for a long period of time and your vision feels uncomfortable, then you’ve experienced eyestrain. From looking at our phones to reading for too long, eyestrain is something that happens to everyone. However, if you constantly deal with eyestrain, it can be damaging to your vision. To ensure your eyes are staying healthy, be sure to call us for a professional eye exam.

Dry Eye

This condition is another common eye issue that can have many different symptoms. Dry eye happens when your eyes can’t produce enough tears, which might lead to the feeling of something in your eye or a burning sensation. Special eye drops, humidifiers, and special supplements might help with symptoms, but be sure to call us if the condition gets worse.

Cataracts

This common condition deals with cloudiness in your eyes, which can lead to severe discomfort and problems seeing. When our eyes are healthy, our eye lens is clear. With cataracts, this lens becomes cloudy, which makes it more difficult for light to pass through our vision. This can lead to poor eyesight and vision problems that last for years.

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a common condition that occurs when the pressure becomes too high in your eyes. Over time, this pressure can cause damage to your optic nerve, resulting in pain, discomfort, and other vision issues. For the glaucoma treatment you can count on, call us for top-notch care.

Amblyopia

Amblyopia is when one of the eyes is weaker than the other. This condition can be mostly in found in children, however, adults may get it too. Amblyopia needs to be treated early to reduce the chances of vision problems.

Keratoconus

This condition happens when the cornea is bulged outwards, causing symptoms like light sensitivity and blurry vision. Contact lenses can be prescribe to help with keratoconus.

Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration causes severe vision loss if not treated early. While there is no cure for this harmful disease, our optometrist can provide eye treatment to slow the progression of macular degeneration.


Exceptional Eye Care Services

From treatment for cataracts to solutions for eye strain, Optica 20 20 San Antonio is here for all of your vision care needs. Located in San Antonio, Optica 20 20 San Antonio proudly serves the entire area with the very best eye care services. From our amazing team to our reliable vision solutions, call us today at 210-928-2020 for the optometry care you deserve.

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Monday:

9:30 am-6:30 pm

Tuesday:

9:30 am-6:30 pm

Wednesday:

9:30 am-6:30 pm

Thursday:

9:30 am-6:30 pm

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9:30 am-6:30 pm

Saturday:

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