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Tech Update: Introducing the MS-39 Anterior Segment OCT 

Category: OD News

Exciting news from our practice – we’ve recently added a powerful new tool to our arsenal: the MS-39 anterior segment OCT from CSO. This device has recently received FDA approval, making it one of the latest diagnostic tools in ophthalmology. It combines placido disc corneal topography with spectral domain OCT based anterior segment tomography in…

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A Father’s Dedication: Dr. Gregory Parkhurst and his son, Isaac’s Journey to Clear Vision with EVO-ICL

Category: EVO ICL

By: Abby Roper At Parkhurst NuVision, Dr. Gregory Parkhurst prepared meticulously for a surgery that would  bridge the professional with the deeply personal. He would perform EVO ICL surgery on his own seventeen year old son, Isaac. When asked why he chose EVO ICL for Isaac, Dr. Parkhurst was quick to respond “I’ve been doing…

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Carl Austin: An EVO Story

Category: EVO ICL

Star Athlete Takes On Vision Correction For Ultimate Performance A former UTSA football standout has taken a significant step toward improving his vision by getting the EVO Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL) procedure at Parkhurst NuVision.  Carl Austin III, a former Safety for the UTSA Football team now leads the sports performance program for UTSA women’s…

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Embrace the Great Outdoors: Adventure Ideas After LASIK

Category: LASIK

Outdoor Things To Do After LASIK As June ushers in Great Outdoors Month, there’s no better time to revel in the beauty of nature and embark on thrilling adventures. For those who have recently undergone LASIK surgery, the world outdoors becomes even more inviting. Imagine hiking through rugged trails, gazing at breathtaking vistas without the…

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Navigating Glaucoma Treatment: From Drops to iDose!

Category: OD News

  Navigating Glaucoma Treatment: From Drops to iDose! Thomas Nettleton   Glaucoma stands as one of an eye doctor’s most formidable adversaries with the potential of silently eroding vision until it’s too late. Understanding this chronic, progressive optic neuropathy is critical, especially considering its impact as the leading cause of irreversible blindness worldwide. With approximately…

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EVO ICL: An Eye Doctor’s Perspective

Category: OD News

  My name is Anna McKinney and I am an optometrist in the Hollywood Park neighborhood of San Antonio. I recently underwent EVO ICL surgery at Parkhurst NuVision and would like to share my experience from an eye doctor’s perspective! I’d like to start with a quick background on my ocular history. I began wearing…

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Summer Travel Tips: Protecting Your Eyes on Vacation

Category: Eye Health, LASIK

Summer is almost here, and that means it’s time for fun-filled vacations and exciting adventures! Whether you’re jetting off to a tropical paradise or exploring new cities, it’s essential to take care of your eyes while enjoying your summer getaway.  Here are some travel tips to keep your eyes safe and healthy during your summer…

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Zendaya’s Vision Journey: Embracing Clarity Beyond Glasses

Category: LASIK

In Hollywood, celebrities’ every move is scrutinized and every appearance meticulously curated. Embracing one’s natural self can be uncommon. Zendaya, the multi-talented actress, singer, and fashion icon, recently took a step towards greater self-confidence and clarity by undergoing LASIK surgery. In a move that surprised and delighted fans, Zendaya bid farewell to her signature glasses,…

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Why Teachers Should Consider LASIK

Category: LASIK

Are you a teacher looking to enhance your visual clarity and eliminate your dependency on glasses or contact lenses? We have great news for you! Our exclusive offer provides teachers with an opportunity to receive $500 off LASIK with our Hero Savings, a safe and effective vision correction procedure. Say goodbye to the hassle of…

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How Eyes Dominate Blended Vision

Category: OD News

By: Anthony Vanrachack, OD What is the difference between “blended vision” and “monovision”? When I educate patients and student doctors about blended vision, there are many questions that come up, such as, Blended vision…what is the difference between “blended vision” and “monovision”? Aren’t they the same thing? “Old-school monovision” is when one eye is strictly…

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