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7 Places that Make San Antonio Seem More Beautiful After LASIK

Thinking about having LASIK surgery? There’s no better place to have it than here in San Antonio!

San Antonio is a beautiful city, and you’ll only appreciate it more once you have the vision of your dreams. After choosing to have a procedure like LASIK, you’ll be able to enjoy it without needing glasses or contact lenses to see.

LASIK gives you more than just visual freedom: it gives you a whole new view of the world. Once you get LASIK, you can look forward to seeing these beloved San Antonio locales and appreciating the scenery and experience.

Keep reading to find out about 7 places that make San Antonio seem more beautiful after you have LASIK!

1. Take a Walk Through the Sunken Gardens

Sunken Gardens

The Sunken Gardens are a scenic Japanese Tea Garden that you can take a stroll around and just relax. There’s gorgeous, lush greenery, rustic stone architecture, and a lily pond full of koi fish.

The fall is an excellent time for enjoying the garden since it’s not too hot. Why not take a few minutes to explore every inch of this fascinating San Antonio space?

When you get LASIK, the whole world will seem brighter. Patients even report that colors look more vivid after they correct their vision.

You also don’t need to wait until after getting LASIK to enjoy your vision. Most people who have LASIK find that their vision starts improving almost immediately or a day or two after the procedure.

After LASIK, the recovery time is also relatively short, so you can get back to your everyday activities within a few days. Have LASIK now, and you’ll be able to catch the Sunken Gardens while the weather is still ideal.

2. Visit the Historic San Antonio Missions

San Antonio Missions

The San Antonio Missions are both a national park and the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Texas. Go to enjoy nature, artwork, and learn some history.

Everything you do will be more accessible with better vision, so you can take in each site and exhibit. LASIK can give you some of the best vision you’ve ever had.

What you may not realize is that after LASIK, you’ll be able to see better than you ever could when you wore glasses or contact lenses. The vast majority of patients that have LASIK end up with 20/20 vision or better!

That’s right, you could end up with eyesight that’s even better than being able to see in 20/20. Exploring and learning will be more fun for you and the whole family with your eagle-eyed vision.

3. Learn at the Witte Museum

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If you want to learn even more, there’s no better place to go than the Witte Museum. It’s a science, art, history, and culture museum for all ages.

Spend more time with people you love while experiencing new things together. Going out with family or friends for a day at the museum is a lot easier when you don’t have to worry about eyewear and how you’ll see the exhibits.

It should be no surprise at all that LASIK patients report an incredibly high satisfaction rate of 96%. Because LASIK is a permanent procedure that reshapes your cornea, you can look forward to decades of pristine vision. Make return visits to the museum and keep up with the new exhibits knowing you’ll get the best experience every time.

4. Take a Hike Around Comanche Lookout Park

Comanche Lookout Park features beautiful views, hiking trails, and even a medieval-style tower built in the early 1900s. After LASIK, you can appreciate the sights and take in the fall breeze without worrying about your contacts drying out. You can also get a workout in!

Comache Lookout Park

There are fitness stations placed around the park so you can get some anaerobic exercises in with your aerobics. Working out anywhere is so much easier when you don’t have glasses or contact lenses to worry about!

Don’t think about how you’ll decide between a vigorous workout or a leisurely stroll because you can have both! The best part is that you’ll be able to work out with incredibly crisp vision from start to finish.

No more glasses that bounce around on your face or contacts that get irritated at all the worst times. Instead, you can look forward to endless workout sessions with clearer vision and time to get into the zone!

5. Walk Along King William Street

King Williams Street

King William Street is a recognized historic district with homes built in the late 1800s. Take a walk down the street, and you can see all kinds of antique, unique architecture.

Going out on adventures, big or small, is a cinch without contacts or glasses to mess with. You can easily navigate from the shops downtown to this historic neighborhood to just take a look around, alone or with some friends.

6. Have a Drink at the Paramour Bar

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The Paramour Bar is probably the most beautiful in the city. It’s on a rooftop with tastefully decorated indoor and outdoor seating.

Stop in for a drink to sip on the patio or by the window. Wherever you sit, it’s impossible not to take in the breathtaking view of the city.

When your vision is enhanced, all your senses are more alert. After all, things taste better when they look appealing!

And when you’re having cocktails on a rooftop bar, there’s no shortage of incredible things to set your eyes on.

7. Pack a Picnic to Enjoy at the Denman Estate

Denman Estate

Picnics can be a lovely time, but they require some planning. It’s always harder to plan ahead when you have to contend with contacts or glasses.

They’re just more things you have to pack. But after LASIK, you can picnic at the Denman estate with ease while enjoying the picturesque little park.

The Denman estate features a stunning Korean monument made by artists in Gwangju, San Antonio’s sister city in Korea. You’ll be inspired to travel and see even more when you see how much brighter life is with LASIK!

Ready to find out if a life-changing procedure like LASIK could be in your future? Schedule your LASIK consultation at South Texas Eye Institute in San Antonio, TX, and start your journey towards true visual freedom!