Focus Vision Optometric Center's optometrists Jane H. Liang and Cheryl Yu help their patients see the world with newfound clarity. Using computer-assisted equipment, they find the precise prescriptions for glasses and contacts. They can also treat chronic eye conditions such as glaucoma and uncontrollable laser vision. Accommodating as many patients as possible, Focus Vision Optometric Center's staffers speak Cantonese, English, Mandarin Chinese, and Spanish.
Dr. Dickson Chen’s active academic career culminated with being named Young OD of the Year in 2003 by the California Optometric Association. He turned this impressive career start into a practice that performs virtually all aspects of eye care, from identifying eye illnesses and assessing vision to pairing patients with frames. He holds a special interest in fitting eyes with contacts, extending this specialty as a clinical investigator for CooperVision. Dr. Chen is a founding member and director of the American Optometric Society, and has served on the Governing Council of the Southern California Public Health Association.
Because 20/10 is paperless, patients don't spend hours in the waiting room filling out forms or wondering how to fold their bill into a paper crane. In lieu of waiting, behold the office's cutting-edge and state-of-the-art equipment, which amuses more than any old issue of Homely House Magazine. After receiving a careful diagnosis from experienced and passionate Dr. Eileen Chang, peruse a wide selection of stylish lenses to adjust your line of sight accordingly (lenses start at $90). Wrap newly convex or concave light-benders with sleek new frames, which start at $130 and come in a variety of designer options. Equip your peepers with the pure pounded cool of the Dior 3156 ($405), the undoubtedly glowing Gucci 2786 ($360), the geek-chic Giorgio Armani 502 ($315), or the bold Juicy Couture Drama Queen ($180).