Licensed optometrists and Bay Area natives Drs. Adrienne Lee, Pearl Yee, and Noelle Sung draw from a wealth of personal and professional experiences—from Dr. Lee’s exemplary violin performance with her chamber group to Dr. Yee’s six years as an officer in the Navy’s optometry corps—to restore the sight of patients. Throughout the high-end boutique, a bounty of stylish frames from Japan, the United States, and Europe grace the walls, tempting eyeballs with the retro-chic of Entourage of 7 eyewear or the futuristic floating lenses of ultralight Avantek titanium pieces. High-tech treatments, such as corneal-refractive therapy and LASIK eye surgery allow patients to eschew glasses and witness the glories of nature unfiltered and unblurred, from the stunning majesty of a cloud-crowned mountain vista to the upfront banality of a road sign.
Dr. Jay Bansal has performed more than 20,000 successful LASIK procedures since his 1994 certification by the American Board of Ophthalmology. Dr. Bansal, a physician trainer for IntraLase technology and the medical director of LaserVue Eye Center, performs every single LASIK procedure at three of the center’s four locations: San Francisco, Mountain View, and Walnut Creek. He specializes in a blade-free process using iLASIK wavefront technology, which relies on advanced lasers and enhanced optical imagery to improve a patient’s chances of achieving 20/20 or better vision while decreasing their chances of experiencing nighttime blurriness. In addition to LASIK, LaserVue’s American Board of Ophthalmology-certified eye surgeons and ophthalmic technicians offer several types of cataract surgery, as well as treatments for other ocular conditions such as dry eye or glaucoma.
What distinguishes Silicon Valley Eye Physicians? For starters, comprehensive eye care. We offer all vision subspecialties under one roof, from contacts to cataracts. Secondly, leading technology in a world-class facility. We are renowned for our eye care and offer one of the finest private practices in the Bay Area.
With multiple degrees in the sciences and optometry, Dr. Judy Nguyen uses her wealth of optical expertise to outfit blurry-eyed customers with an array of designer specs. The family eye-care practice provides comprehensive eye exams and screenings and accepts 10 insurance providers, accommodating the peepers of young and old with fashion-forward adult frames by Ray-Ban and Versace and kids' styles by Disney and Sight for Students. Dr. Nguyen and her amiable staff help patients select the right styles of eyewear without being pushy or insulting their previous Krazy Straw frames.
At San Jose Laser Center, Dr. Gregory H. Phan MD leads a team of professionals dedicated to maintaining their clients' eye health and razor-sharp vision. They treat eyes with LASIK and cataract surgery, and outfit them with contact lenses, a wide selection of frames, and monocles for third eyes with astigmatism. The staff can accommodate a diverse client base, as they speak a cumulative total of seven languages, including Cantonese, Spanish, and Panjabi.
You don't need to don glasses to see that Eye Luv Lucy Optometry doesn't look or feel like other optometry offices. Robin's-egg blue with chocolate trim, the lobby glimmers in the light of big windows, its trendy fashion-forwardness reflecting the practice's style-centered philosophy. As a kid, San Jose native Dr. Lucy Yen was bored with frames' sameness, back when all glasses were made in the same cloning machine. So as a grownup with her own self-titled practice, she offers eyewear that improves vision, helps express personalities, and conveys confidence. Dr. Yen carries such varied, luxurious brands as Lindberg, worn by Queen Elizabeth II, and Dita, worn by Justin Bieber.
She is an expert in more than stylish frames, however, and specializes in pediatric optometry. Among her pediatric fortes are orthokeratology, a nonsurgical form of vision correction that's especially suited to physically active people. Additionally, Dr. Yen takes pride in supporting philanthropic frame companies?with each Toms and 141 frame the boutique sells, the brands donate a pair of glasses to someone in need.