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At Alamo Eye Care, you will not only experience top-notch eye care but you will have the most personal and specifically tailored experience in San Antonio. Your eye and vision needs are in the hands of two experienced optometrists that go above and beyond to meet your needs and exceed your expectations of care.
You will experience a thorough, high quality eye exam, expert contact lens fittings, and eyeglasses.
Alamo Eye Care is now proud to be home of The Contact Lens Institute of San Antonio. Our contact lens services are unsurpassed, offering fittings for everything from basic disposable soft lenses, to the most complex lenses for all types of irregular eyes. We will continue to work with you until we achieve the highest level of vision and comfort attainable.
In addition to providing contact lens services for daily vision correction, we also offer orthokeratology for myopia reduction, as well as myopia control therapy to slow down the progression in children during the growing years. To learn more about this, please click here to visit The Contact Lens Institute of San Antonio website.
Additionally, Dr. Frogozo offer consults for all types of eye surgery.
San Antonio Optometrist | Alamo Eye Care | (210) 403-9050
1742 N. Loop 1604 E., Suite 118
San Antonio, TX 78232
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|Tuesday||10:00 am||5:00 pm|
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|Friday||9:00 am||6:00 pm|
|Saturday||8:00 am||2:00 pm|
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They are fantastic. I did not have any issues. My eyes too were dilated, but they went over the billing very thoroughly with me. They let me pick out my glasses before they did their exam so I had no problems seeing what I was looking at. I would highly recommend them!
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