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Optometry and Eye Care in Cibolo & San Antonio


Welcome to InSight EyeCare! Our optometrist, Dr. Jennifer Barondes, and the rest of our team bring the best in optometry to Cibolo & San Antonio. Feel free to peruse our entire site and learn more about each of our eye care services, or schedule an appointment to get started today!


At InSight EyeCare, we pride ourselves on bringing individual attention, dedication, and professional care to every case. We serve patients for routine eye care as well as unexpected emergencies, and our reputation speaks for itself. Dr. Barondes and our team practice a patient-first philosophy, informing each patient about their treatment along every step of the process.  Additionally, we offer financing options for patients and are happy to work with insurance providers. Financial strain should never be a barrier to healthcare. It's our goal to get you the treatment you need at a cost you can afford. 

Our Approach to Optometry

Our individualized, patient-led approach to eye care creates a lasting, personal relationship between you and your optometrist. Your eye doctor should understand your health and lifestyle in order to provide the best care. You might be surprised as to the types of health issues that show up first in the eyes. Getting regular check-ups and developing a strong relationship with your optometrist can make all of the difference.

Eye Care Services

We offer the following services at our office in Cibolo & San Antonio:

    • Contact lenses and glasses 
    • Pre and post-operative care
    • Glaucoma testing
    • Complete eye exams
    • LASIK

Regular eye care is critical to maintaining optimal health. For both young and old, our eyes are crucial windows to our inner workings. Our staff can help you choose the right frames for your glasses, perform tests for sports vision, or operate on serious conditions.  Whether you're having trouble with your vision, need emergency eye care, or it's just time for your routine exam, we have an optometrist and team ready to help. 

Are You Ready to Optimize your Eye Health? Join Our long List of Happy Patients in Cibolo & San Antonio.

At InSight EyeCare, we endeavor to provide the best services in the area with your health in mind. It's time to take control of your eye care and work with the best in the industry. Call us at (210) 659-3937 for our Cibolo office or 210-236-7273 for our San Antonio location or schedule an appointment today online. We can't wait to meet you!

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

InSight EyeCare - Cibolo Office

Monday:

10:00am

6:00pm

Tuesday:

8:00am

5:00pm

Wednesday:

8:00am

5:00pm

Thursday:

8:00am

5:00pm

Friday:

9:00am

5:00pm

Saturday:

8:00am

1:00pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

  • "Great service with a very friendly staff!!
    This is a great family owned business!! I will definitely go back!! The doctor is great and very thorough! I would recommend this place to anyone!"
    Jason McInnis
  • "Nice exam
    I'm usually not thrilled about getting my exam because I feel like past doctors are trying to get me out as quick as possible to see the next patient . Dr. Barondes was much different. She took her time with my exam and explained everything to me so that I could understand what my eyes were doing. I will be sending my wife here."
    Larry Shields

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