Are any of these things bothering you: Headaches, Dry Eyes, Dizziness, Neck & Shoulder Pain, Light Sensitivity, Eye Strain? Don’t give up on the notion that vision is a factor in your discomfort and improvement is a possibility.Read More
Dr. Jeremy Tsui
We are very excited to be welcoming Dr. Jeremy Tsui, O.D. to our practice. Dr. Tsui is a great fit for us, excited about optometry, with a passion for helping others and providing the best information, experience and highest quality care for patients. A Santa Clara local, Dr. Tsui joined us in late August. He…Read More
Struggling with self-esteem at home or at school can often be linked to vision issues. Children should have comprehensive vision exams annually to catch problems that might otherwise go undetected, leading to unnecessary struggles. Underlying, untreated vision problems can lead to restlessness, fatigue, headaches, difficulty with reading, disinterest in reading, poor penmanship, difficulty with some…Read More
Daily Contact Lenses
Daily disposable contact lenses are recommended because they’re always sterile, reducing the risk of infection. And with daily contact lenses, there’s no need to worry about allergens or proteins building up on the lenses.Read More
Is your child nearsighted?
Many children have a condition called myopia, whose primary symptom is nearsightedness. The eyes of children with myopia become longer over time, which causes distant objects to appear blurry. If it’s not addressed, myopia often worsens as children get older. Whether or not children complain of not being able to see objects in the distance…Read More
Our routine full visual exams look at all areas of eye health and vision. In addition to structure, eye health and visual acuity (clarity of sight) at both distance and near, eye movement skills (tracking and other movement), binocularity (ability of the eyes to work together efficiently and comfortably) and accommodation (focusing flexibility) are assessed,…Read More
Wearing sunglasses that provide 100% UV protection is one of the easiest ways to reduce several eye health risks. UV rays are present year-round, and sun exposure can contribute to development of eye diseases later in life. Beware, darker lenses don’t automatically offer more protection; look for 100% UVA/UVB protection.Read More
What might neurolenses do for you?
This is how one patient recently answered after about a month and a half in neurolenses.Read More