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Cataract Surgery 

Clear, cataract-free vision from leading eye surgeons.

Common and fixable cataracts burden half the population over the age of 80.
A cataract is a cloudy lens that generally forms due to aging. Causing blurry and
cloudy vision at first and eventually leading to total blindness, cataracts can only be
cured with surgery. And for optimal outcomes and maximum comfort and service, you
need truly state-of-the-art treatment from a top-notch, experienced surgeon.

With advanced cataract surgery, you have a lot to look forward to.
MCOA's outpatient procedures are painless, bladeless and stitchless,
and take only 15 to 20 minutes from start to finish. With traditional cataract surgery,
the specialist uses a blade to access the interior of the eye, and then breaks up the
cataract with an ultrasonic device. But our advanced laser can replace both of these
steps for greater precision and more reliable visual results. Here’s how it works:

  • We begin by administering a local anesthetic to your eye. Throughout the procedure, you’ll feel nothing besides slight, pain-free pressure.
  • With our advanced, FDA-approved LenSx® laser, we’ll make a few microincisions on both sides of your eye.
  • Using the same laser, we’ll break up your cloudy lens and its protective capsule, and remove both through the microincisions.
  • Finally, we’ll replace your cloudy lens with one of our intraocular lenses (IOLs) and send you home the very same day.

Intraocular lenses from the forefront of modern eyecare.
To cater to your individual needs, we offer a variety of the most advanced IOLs
available today, including:

  •  Multifocal – Basic monofocal IOLs only allow you to focus on distant objects, meaning you’d need eyeglasses for up-close tasks. However, our advanced multifocal lenses work with your eye’s natural focusing mechanism to give you sharp vision at all distances.
  • Toric – Normal IOLs don’t account for misshapen corneas. But our special toric  lenses do. Now people with astigmatism can enjoy the world with crisp eyesight and freedom from cataracts.
  • LensX - The LenSx® Laser is improving cataract surgery. When your surgeon uses the LenSx® Laser, you benefit from:
    •  A personalized surgical plan
    •  A high degree of precision
    • A quick procedure

Our typical cataract surgery results are nothing short of remarkable! 



(210) 697-2020



Medical Center
9157 Huebner Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78240

Stone Oak
109 Gallery Circle
San Antonio, TX 78258

Westover Hills
11212 State Hwy 151, Ste 150
Medical Plaza 2
San Antonio, TX 78251

11900 Crownpoint Dr.Ste 140
San Antonio TX, 78233



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Our doctors

For more than 35 years, MCOA’s experienced eye doctors — each one a general
ophthalmologist and subspecialist — have been providing South Texans world-class medical and
surgical eyecare. Today, we have the respect and trust of our peers, and a reputation as excellent
doctors and regional leaders in comprehensive eyecare backed by genuine compassion.


jason d. burnS, m.d.
general ophthalmologist/cataract surgeon

Medical School
University of Missouri- Columbia School of Medicine
University of Texas Medical Branch – Galveston
American Academy of Ophthalmology
Texas Medical Association

richard m. evans, m.d.
general ophthalmologist/cataract surgeon

Medical School
University of Texas Medical Branch of Galveston
University of Texas Health Science Center
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology

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steven j. fisher, m.d.
general ophthalmologist/cataract surgeon

Medical School
University of Texas Health Science Center
Scott & White Memorial Hospital
American Academy of Ophthalmology
Texas Ophthalmology Association

Daniel p. nolan, D.o.
general ophthalmologist/glaucoma and cataract surgeon

Medical School
The Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Midwestern University
The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
MacNeal Hospital, Berwyn IL
The University of South Florida,
Department of Ophthalmology, Tampa, FL


angela rowden, m.d., f.a.c.s.
oculoplastic and reconstructive surgeon

Medical School
University of Kansas, Kansas City, Kansas
University of Kansas, Kansas City, Kansas
Ophthalmology, University of Missouri, Kansas City, MO

anushree sharma, m.d.
general ophthalmologist/ corneal and cataract surgeon

Medical School
Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis
University of Rochester, Flaum Eye Institute
Jules Stein Eye Institute – University of California, Los Angeles


book an appointment

Call (210) 697–2020 to book your appointment today! 

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