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Acuvue Contact Lenses

ACUVUE® Is The Most Trusted Brand By Eye Care Professionals globally.

Every eye is different and ACUVUE® is inspired by them all. That’s why our contact lenses feature EYE-INSPIRED Innovations so you can see your world clearly, move freely, and feel comfortable.

Eye-Inspired Innovations

  • UV Blocking For Eye Health: Helps to protect your eyes from the sun's rays
  • Antioxidants To support Comfort: Infused with antioxidants to help support comfort.
  • Blink Stabilized For Astigmatism: Four stabilization zones help keep the lens in place.
  • Invisible Edge For Comfort: Designed with thin edges for comfort.
  • Moisture-Infused For Hydration: Built-in hydration to help keep your eyes feeling fresh.
  • Pupil Optimized For Multifocal Vision: Fits your eyes more precisely as they change with age.

Different Types of Contact Lenses 

  • Daily Disposable Contact Lenses: One and done is an easy care routine for many first-time wearers or people with active lifestyles.
  • 2-Week Contact Lenses: 2-week contacts require basic care and upkeep, but also enable you to have one pair for a longer period of time than just a day.
  • Monthly Contact Lenses: Because you’ll have these longer, they require some amount of responsibility to keep them clean.

Visit our office for more information and your Contact Lens consultation!

Contact us at 818-990-0088 

Our Services

Our practice provides the following services: The entire spectrum of eye care including general eye exams, treatment of medical eye disorders, cataracts, and cosmetic procedures. We have a broad experience in treating patients with glaucoma, macular degeneration, dry eye syndrome, pterygium, Lasik surgery, and many other disorders. 


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Lasik Eye Surgery

The most commonly performed vision correction procedure, LASIK is performed on nearly 1 million patients each year to correct myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism by permanently altering the shape of the cornea, the eye’s thin, transparent covering.
Pterygium Before and After

Pterygium (Surfer's eye)

Pterygium is a proliferation of fibrovascular tissue, which starts on the sclera and can grow on the cornea, affecting vision. When the pterygium does not respond to clinical treatment, and the patient has many symptoms, surgery is indicated.

Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)

As we age, our skin loses elasticity and the muscles supporting our eyelids begin to weaken. This can lead to a tired expression and also age your appearance. Eyelid surgery can correct this condition with minimal discomfort or downtime.