Dr. Nader Iskander is a board-certified ophthalmologist and fellow ship-trained refractive surgeon with extensive experience in LASIK vision correction, cataract procedures and anterior segment reconstruction t...
Led by Dr. Nader Iskander, San Antonio Eye Specialists is widely regarded as one of the premier ophthalmology practices in Texas. Known as the leader in San Antonio for LASIK vision correction and cataract surgery, the doctors of San Antonio Eye Specialists provide all-encompassing vision care that includes general eye care, cataract removal and care, premium lenses, glaucoma treatment, treatment for dry eye, pterygium, allergies, BOTOX, and other comprehensive eye care treatments.
When you choose San Antonio Eye Specialists for your eyes, you are choosing the surgical skill and experience behind over thousands of procedures performed by Dr. Iskander.
Dr. Iskander has performed thousands of laser vision correction procedures, including LASIK and PRK. He has also performed many other vision improving procedures like clear lens exchange or Visian ICL implantation. Dr. Iskander performs eyelid surgery as well, which is important, because some patients have great vision that is merely curtained by poor eyelid muscle tone.
Upon arrival, you will be greeted with a professional and warm experience that you will seldom receive anywhere else. Our check-in process is simple, and we will have prepared your packet prior to your visit. To expedite your time with us, we encourage you to print the new patient forms and fill them out prior to your appointment. Please bring your insurance cards with you for verification.
Following your personalized eye exam using our state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment, we will determine the best treatment plan for you, contingent on your vision goals and the lifestyle you hope to achieve. We believe that vision should provide a lifestyle of freedom, not hindrance.
LASIK is a acronym for Laser-As sisted in Situ Keratomileusis and is a remarkable, state-of-the art procedure than can correct near sightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.
A cataract is what we call a lens in the eye that has become cloudy. When you see someone who has a cataract, they will typically have a gray or blue tint to their eye where the pupil is.
San Antonio Eye Specialists is currently conducting clinical studies for certain medications and the side effect, macular edema.