Why are we different?


  1. Professional eye exams with personal interaction.
  2. Conveniently located office with spacious parking.
  3. Friendly, courteous staff.
  4. Dispensing done by highly trained technicians.
  5. Large selection of fashion/designer frames.
  6. Evening and weekend appointments available.
  7. On-site lab consisting of the latest equipment.
  8. On-site repairs for most eyewear.

Walnut Creek Eyecare Blog

Pregnancy and your eyes

by staff
April 9, 2014
  April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Awareness Month Pregnancy and your eyes  “Women who have any pre-existing conditions, like glaucoma, high blood pressure or diabetes, must let their eye doctor know that they are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, so the doctor can monitor closely for any changes in vision,” Daniel D. [...]
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April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month

by staff
April 2, 2014
 To educate women about the steps they can take to help stop vision loss, Prevent Blindness America has designated April as Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month.  They recommend that women age 40 and older make it a priority to have a dilated eye exam to help prevent vision loss. It is also important to [...]
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How we can help in diagnosis and treatment of Sjogren’s Syndrome

by staff
March 28, 2014
 OK Sjogren’s is a syndrome that is well known in the eye care profession because people with the condition often suffer from severe dryness of the eyes and often times eye doctors diagnose and treat dry eye syndrome before the patient actually is formally diagnosed with Sjogren’s by their primary care doctor or rheumatologist.  Symptoms of Sjogren’s [...]
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Sleeping on one side may worsen glaucoma

by staff
March 19, 2014
In a new study from South Korea, people with worsening glaucoma on just one side were also more likely to sleep with the affected eye facing downward.The researchers say that position raises the eye’s internal pressure and probably hastens deterioration of the eye.  In glaucoma, the optic nerve is often damaged by increased intraocular pressure. The [...]
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