San Antonio Eye Center Extends Holiday Specials
San Antonio Eye Center has extended a variety of specials for the holiday season.
San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) January 02, 2014
San Antonio Eye Center is excited to announce that they are now offering a variety of specials on eye exams and prescriptions for the holiday season.
The holidays are the perfect time for patients to get their eyes checked, and the San Antonio Eye Center encourages their patients to take advantage of the current deals that they are offering.
One of the new holiday specials is a routine eye exam with a prescription for glasses for $75. They are also offering a routine eye exam with a prescription for contact lenses for $105. For a routine eye exam and prescriptions for both glasses and contact lenses, patients pay $130. The eye center is also holding a sale on their selection of Fendi frames.
The San Antonio Eye Center is committed to providing their patients with the expert eye care and services that they deserve. As one of Alamo City’s largest and oldest group of eye care specialists, they have the knowledge and experience to take care of all their patients’ needs. For more information on San Antonio Eye Center and their holiday specials, visit their website at http://www.saeye.com/.
About the company:
San Antonio Eye Center, P.A. has eight ophthalmologists, two optometrists and approximately 100 staff members. There are several San Antonio Eye Care Center locations in Downtown, Southside, Ingram Mall and Northside, plus two of their physicians see patients on the west side of town at Trinity Vision. Most of their eye surgeries are performed at their outpatient surgical facility, known as the San Antonio Eye Surgicenter, which is connected to the downtown clinic location.
San Antonio Eye Center has nine optical departments to serve their patients. San Antonio Eye Center’s comprehensive services include complete eye examinations and screenings, consultations, cataract care and cataract surgery, glaucoma screenings and treatment, and retinal screenings and treatment. For more information, visit their website at http://www.saeye.com.
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