LEADING EYE DOCTORS IN Granada Hills
We welcome patients of all ages, from 1 month to 110 years, to our optometry office. Our experienced and trusted eye doctors in Granada Hills, California provide personalized medical and optical eye care services to meet all of your family’s needs. Vision requirements change with age and lifestyle and we are able to meet whatever eyecare needs you and your family may have.
Granada Hills Optometry Center offers complete family eye care including eye exams, contact lens fitting, specialty lens options, laser vision correction & cataract eye surgery support, in-house lens finishing, emergency eye care for eye problems, pink eye, eye infections and treatment of eye diseases including cataracts, conjunctivitis, and glaucoma. The optometrists on our Granada Hills eye care team include eye doctors Dr. Vicki Leung, Dr. Eric Leser, Dr. Carl Melnik, and Dr. Jonathan Mak.
Our optical center has quality designer brands including Salt, Flexon, Silhouette, and Carolina Herrera with eyeglass frames, sunglasses, designer prescription sunglasses, polarized sunglasses, sports vision, contact lenses for astigmatism, and safety eyewear. We support major vision insurance plans as well as CareCredit financing and our staff is multilingual to support you better.
- Mon: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Tue: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
- Wed: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Thu: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Fri: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
- Sat: Closed
- Sun: Closed
Q: Why do I have to have my eyes dilated?
A: A thorough, dilated exam allows your optometrist to do a complete exam of the retina, and that is important to do throughout your life, as several eye diseases and conditions are detected at their earliest stages during a thorough eye exam: diabetes, eye tumors, high blood pressure, infectious diseases, macular degeneration, retinal detachment, glaucoma
Q: Are glasses better for my eyes than contact lenses?
A: Eyeglasses are safer, because you do not have a foreign material resting on your eyes; however, with advancements in technology, contact lens material have become more breathable and healthy than before.
Q: What is “Low Vision”?
A: The term “low vision” refers to partial sight that cannot be corrected with surgery, drugs, eyeglasses, or contact lenses. The condition can range from having unsatisfactory vision to being nearly blind. The causes of low vision include eye injury, diseases such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and heredity. As a result of reduced visual acuity or decreased contrast sensitivity, low-vision individuals may be unable to fully distinguish colors, see contrasts, or determine spatial relationships among objects. Fortunately, there are a variety of devices and strategies available for helping people with low vision overcome vision loss and live independently.