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Vision Source Castle Hills - Your San Antonio Home for Eye Care

At Vision Source Castle Hills, our optometrists care about treating our patients with the upmost professionalism and respect. We strive to create a warm, welcoming environment for all of our patients. If you're one of the many Texans who have put off getting an eye exam, don’t worry. Our eye doctor and eye care staff are here to help ensure that you're seeing clearly. If you have any eye problems, we'll help you with the vision correction or medical treatment that you need.  

At Vision Source Castle Hills, we have a full lab and eye care center. Owned by Dr. Raul Trevino, our eye care center prides itself on providing the best vision service in the greater San Antonio area. Whether you have questions, need an eye exam, or have an acute eye issue that needs attention, we're here to provide you with top notch vision care. 


Your First Vision Exam at Vision Source

When you come for your first eye exam with our optometrists, we'll talk with you about any eye concerns you may have. It's a good idea to write down any symptoms that you've been experiencing, to discuss with our eye doctor. During your appointment, we'll test your eyesight to see if your prescription for eyeglasses and/or contact lenses needs an update. We'll also test you for a variety of eye conditions that can result in vision deterioration. While some vision decline over time is unavoidable, many eye conditions are treatable and most easily remedied when detected early. 

In addition to standard vision exams, we offer eye function testing, LASIK surgery, eye injury treatment and glaucoma testing. While we do treat eye emergencies, we encourage you to go to your local emergency room if you have an emergency outside of office hours. 

We're excited that you're considering Vision Source Castle Hills in San Antonio as your family's vision provider. We look forward to helping you and your family see clearly for years to come. 

Call Our Eye Doctor Today

Whether you need your annual eye exam, an updated prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses, or treatment for an eye injury, Vision Source Castle Hills in San Antonio is here to help you. Please call us to schedule an appointment at 210-988-9518. If you are in pain or having an urgent issue, please let our receptionist know so that we can schedule your appointment as soon as possible. We look forward to working with you. 

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