TEXAS STATE OPTICAL STONE OAK IN SAN ANTONIO, TX
Family Eye Care, Eyeglasses & Contact Lenses
At Texas State Optical – Stone Oak, we truly care about you and your eyes. The eye doctor offers a full range of services that covers Family vision care, Pediatric eye care and Diabetic eye exam. We pride ourselves on providing compassionate eye care with the latest technology including a no puff, no eye drop glaucoma eye pressure test and the Optomap Retinal Exam. We also offer a large variety of contact lenses including Bifocal contacts and Specialty contact lenses. At TSO Stone Oak we treat common eye problems like dry eyes and pink eye as well as eye allergies. In addition, we address the treatment of macular degeneration and glaucoma among other eye diseases.
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Our Office in Stone Oak
We have an extensive collection of over 900 frames, both ophthalmic and sunglass including many Designer brands, Children’s eyeglass frames, Computer glasses and Transitions lenses. These are polycarbonate lenses with an anti-glare coating with UV and scratch protection. At our in-house optical in San Antonio same day glasses are an option for most eyewear. Stop by or call with your prescription and our opticians will do their best to accommodate your needs. Our expert opticians will assist in choosing the best color and shape just for you.
Dr. Dunlap and Dr. Hutchins listen to your concerns, review the results of your eye exam and let you know what needs to be done and why those eye treatments are necessary. TSO Stone Oak has been serving the San Antonio, Stone Oak, Spring Branch & Bulverde area for over 5 years receiving numerous awards for growth and outstanding service. We would not be a “Platinum Practice” Texas State Optical without your trust in us and your repeat business. Call for an appointment or bring in your prescription today. See an expanded list under our Eye Care Services. We are here to serve you and your eye care needs!
Q&A with Dr. H
Dr. Hutchins Answers Your Eyecare Questions
Why is my vision going bad once I turned 40?
Around the age of 40 patients develop Presbyopia. This is a process that occurs to everyone even if you have never had problems with your vision before. It is caused by the lens of the eye becomes stiffer and losing the ability to focus up close. The first issue that most people encounter is having to hold reading material or their phones further back. As time progresses, this causes eyestrain and fatigue as you are trying to make the image clearer. Presbyopia can be detected by your eye care provider and treated through prescription bifocal or progressive glasses or multifocal contacts to help alleviate symptoms.