Eye.Q. Optometry - Your Optometrist in Eagle Rock, Los Angeles
As a local, family owned practice, we are dedicated to providing the highest level of eye care to all our patients and provide vision care to your whole family as if they were our very own. At Eye.Q. Optometry, we offer a large range of services and perform eye exams, emergency care, myopia management, dry eye, and manage a variety of ocular diseases.
We believe that educating our patients is a key factor in keeping their eyes healthy. Our expert staff takes the time to discuss and answer any questions you might have and supply you with the most up-to-date information to help you maintain excellent eye health.
Call today to book an appointment and receive the quality attention that you deserve.
If you were diagnosed with an eye disease, such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, or dry eye, you may be overwhelmed with the diagnosis and confused about the next steps to take.
Our Eagle Rock eye doctors will be happy to answer all your questions. The local Eagle Rock optometrists offer you and your family top quality eye care delivered with a caring and dedicated customer service.
Eye.Q. Optometry accepts a number of insurance plans to help cover your eye care costs.
Eye.Q. Optometry is a full-service optical center with the knowledge, skills, and expertise needed to help our patients in Los Angeles look and feel their best. We understand how much first impressions matter. After all, your face is the first thing people see when they look at you.
We offer an on-site lab and same day service for most prescriptions.
Experience superior craftsmanship, flexibility, comfort, and durability, combined with ultra-contemporary design. We'll ensure that you put your best face forward. Enjoy clear vision and feel fantastic!
Myopia Management is recommended for any child with myopia. Treatments are most effective in young children, when myopia is expected to progress faster, but they can also be effective in slowing the progression of myopia in older children and young adults. Treatment may also be useful in children or young adults who do not yet have high myopia but meet 1-2 of the following criteria: Both parents are myopic, the kids spend limited time outdoors, and they engage in excessive near work.
The most common factors that contribute to dry eye syndrome include age, hormonal changes in women, genetics, environment, lifestyle, medications, and the overall health of your eyes. Get to the root of your dry eye disease by contacting us for a full assessment and a treatment plan that's right for you.