San Antonio's Leading LASIK and Eye Surgery Specialists
Meet Dr. Parkhurst and Some of our Patients
Struggle with bad vision and the annoyance of glasses, contacts or cataracts?
Wish you could just wake up and see?
Contacts becoming even *more* uncomfortable than they used to be?
Glasses get sweaty, smudgy, and slip down when it’s hot outside?
Struggling to see up close to read your phone?
Is allergy season a nightmare with your contacts?
Ever done the math on how much the glasses/contacts you assume are cheaper are *actually* costing you?
Parkhurst NuVision is proud to be the only vision center in the region offering all 8 modern laser eye surgeries. Come talk with our experts & find out which procedure fits Your Eyes Best. Our procedures work for:
Reading Vision Over 40
Women who want to become pregnant in the future
People in their late Teens, 20's & 30's
People in their 40's, 50's, 60's & Up
Eye2Eye Global Initiative
When you have your LASIK procedure at Parkhurst NuVision, we donate a sight-saving eye surgery to someone in a developing country.
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Parkhurst NuVision Offers The Most Customized Procedures in The Region.
Which one fits your eyes best?
Modern LASIK Eye Surgery
If you are like the thousands of Americans who undergo a vision correction procedure every year, you know that a life of clear vision without the hassle of glasses and contacts, would be a tremendous benefit. Glasses tend to get dirty, lost, or broken, especially for those who like to participate in sports and other outdoor activities. Some people simply don't like the way they look in glasses, and what's more, they don't like the way they see in them.
Just like glasses, contact lenses have limitations as well: daily maintenance, recurring cost, cleaning, and care. If contacts aren't cared for properly, they have the potential to put you at risk of severe infections and scarring. For some people, contacts simply aren't comfortable in the eye. You deserve a better way to see...
Laser Cataract Surgery
LASIK and cataract patients throughout the greater San Antonio area now have access to all-laser methods of vision correction that are revolutionizing some of the most common procedures performed in medicine today, according to eye surgeon Gregory D. Parkhurst, MD, Medical Director and Founder of Parkhurst NuVision, the first LENSAR Laser Cataract Center of Excellence in the United States.
Our surgeons perform Laser Cataract Surgery with the LENSAR Femtosecond Laser System because it is simply the most revolutionary breakthrough of any laser cataract technology to date. If you are seeking cataract surgery in San Antonio, contact us today! Your Source for Excellence in San Antonio Cataract Surgery.
Visian ICL Permanent Contact Lens Procedure
ICL surgery in San Antonio (also referred to as implantable contact lenses or Visian ICLs) is a great option for many patients seeking to enjoy life with crisp, clear vision.
ICLs are made of a biocompatible material that is in sync with your body chemistry. This permanent contact lens procedure is specifically designed to help you see your best and reduce or eliminate your need for glasses and contacts.
Monthly Payment Options
We offer several monthly payment plans to fit a range of budgets. When you come visit us for your consultation, we will review the different payment plans in detail with you, including no-interest options and extended payment terms.
We offer one of the most competitive LASIK payment programs in San Antonio, and we welcome you to schedule your consultation to learn how much you can save when you make the switch from expensive glasses and contacts to an investment in permanent vision correction.
How much is bad vision costing you?
Your Advanced Ocular Analysis
The Advanced Ocular Analysis (AOA) is a state-of-the-art vision evaluation that utilizes the latest in imaging technology of the eyes. With this advanced combination of diagnostic eye scans, we are able to view and digitally save a comprehensive look at the health of your entire eye, front to back.
Using this diagnostic information and what some have called an "MRI-like analysis of the eyes," we are able to determine which procedure or procedures fit you best. And because we care about your eye health not only in the short term, but especially in the long term, the AOA also includes a customized Lifetime Vision Plan that will be developed during an in-person consultation with one of our surgeons, tailored to your unique visual needs and desires for today and into the future.