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SAN ANTONIO LOOKS EVEN BETTER WITHOUT  GLASSES!

San Antonio Looks even better without glasses or contacts!

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Nader Iskander, MD, FACS


Dr. Iskander treats a variety of ocular conditions with an emphasis on refractive procedures.  During Dr. Iskander's refractive fellowship with world-renowned ophthalmologist Dr. Howard Gimbel, Dr. Iskander helped co-author a book about LASIK. Dr. Iskander has been performing vision correction procedures, including LASIK and PRK, since the late 1990s.  He holds certifications for mastering every excimer laser vision correction platform approved by the FDA in the USA. He is also one of only a few surgeons in San Antonio to perform the Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL) for those that have moderate to severe nearsighted prescriptions, with or without astigmatism, that are not suitable candidates for LASIK or PRK.

What to expect?

San Antonio Eye Specialists is committed to honest and compassionate care for diagnoses, treatment, surgeries and second opinions.

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Outstanding Care.

Your vision is our priority! Thousands of patients have entrusted their precious eyesight to the expertise and skill of Dr. Iskander. Seeing better helps you live better.

Affordable Financing.

Flexibility in choosing various payment plans with 0% interest helps you in attaining visual freedom from the hassles of glasses and contacts.



Which refractive surgery?

All-Laser LASIK

LASIK has been around for over 20 years, and over one million Americans have had the procedure. In recent years, All-Laser LASIK takes safety and precision to new heights. Our technology is fast and precise.

PRK

PRK is a procedure that can be thought of as LASIK without the need to make a corneal flap. This procedure may be preferred by some people in certain professions. Although the recovery time is longer, the results of LASIK and PRK are similar.

ICL

Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL) is a great choice for those that have moderate to high prescriptions for nearsightedness with or without astigmatism, that are not good candidates for LASIK or PRK.

ICL

Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL) is a great choice for those that have moderate to high prescriptions for nearsightedness with or without astigmatism, that are not good candidates for LASIK or PRK.