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Special Offer

Mention this coupon in our office and get 20% off your exam. This coupon can not be combined with any other offer. This is a limited offer.

Type of payment

We accept Cash, Personal Checks, American Express®, MasterCard®, Visa®, Discover®, care credit and Flex Spending Accounts.

insurance plan

We participate with VSP, Medicare, Eyemed, Blue Cross, Health Choice, Humana, cigna and triwest. Check with our staff if you have other coverage.

Language spoken

The doctor speaks both English and Spanish.

do you need an eye exam?

Regardless of your age, physical health or clarity of vision, it’s important to have regular eye exams. During a complete eye exam, your eye doctor will not only determine your prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses, but will also evaluate your eyes for eye diseases, assess how your eyes work together as a team and evaluate your eyes as an indicator of your overall health.

A comprehensive eye exam includes a number of tests and procedures to examine and evaluate the health of your eyes and the quality of your vision. These tests range from simple ones, like having you read an eye chart, to complex tests, such as using a high-powered lens to examine the health of the tissues inside of your eyes.

Eyecare experts recommend you have a complete eye exam every one to two years, depending on your age, risk factors, and physical condition.


Most frequent questions and answers

Make sure you have your drivers license and your insurance card. Filling out the patient paperwork online before coming to your appointment will speed up the check-in process and helps ensure you will be seen on time, otherwise please arrive 15 minuets early to fill out the paperwork by hand.

Knowing the overall health of the eye is key for a more accurate refraction and provides insight into your overall health. There are many silent eye diseases that can have a negative impact on your vision. These scans will help us identify various eye conditions and find the root cause of problems so we can provide you with the best treatment possible. We make sure to have the latest technological equipment so we can give you and your family an excellent quality and well informed eye exam.

 We want you to feel at ease. We have the technology that makes it possible for us to not have to touch your eye very much. please Make sure to inform the doctor or a member of our staff if you are feeling anxious about your visit. We want you to feel comfortable so communicating your feelings can help us serve you the way that you need.

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Does your child need an eye exam?

  • Concerned that your baby’s eyesight might be hindering their development?
  • Do your toddler’s eyes appear misaligned?

  • Are your kids having a hard time learning in school?

Experts estimate that approximately 5% to 10% of pre-schoolers and 25% of school-aged children have vision problems. However, kids generally aren’t aware there’s an issue, and don’t complain about their eyes. It is therefore crucial to detect the first signs of vision problems before complications arise. According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), all children should have their eyes examined at 6 months of age, at age 3 and again at the start of school. 

Children with existing vision problems or risk factors should have their eyes examined more frequently. Common risk factors for vision problems include:

    • premature birth
    • developmental delays
    • turned or crossed eyes
    • family history of eye disease
    • history of eye injury
    • other physical illness or disease

The AOA recommends that children who wear eyeglasses or contact lenses should have their eyes examined at least every 12 months or according to their optometrist’s instructions. 


Early diagnosis means earlier treatment and better outcomes.

Whether you have glaucoma, macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic retinopathy, cataracts, or other eye diseases — we can help.

At Mountainview Vision Center, we provide comprehensive eye exams, diagnostic screening and cutting-edge treatments that can slow eye disease progression and help maintain your vision.

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Eye disease Management include:

Comprehensive Eye exam

Comprehensive eye exams are critical in catching sight-robbing eye diseases that typically don’t show early symptoms.

diagnostic Screening

Certain changes in your eyes can indicate eye conditions. Our optometrists can diagnose the disease and determine the cause of these changes.

Treatment and surgeries

We provide a wide range of treatments, including prescription eye drops and other medication. If needed, we’ll refer you to the right specialist for eye surgery.

Aftercare and follow-up

We provide follow-up exams and after-care treatments to help you manage your symptoms and safeguard your vision.

What are the 4 most common eye diseases?

diabetic retinopathy

If you have diabetes, you should be aware of the risk of diabetic retinopathy. Elevated blood sugar can cause blood vessels in the eye to become inflamed or swell. In the early stages, you may not notice symptoms, but advanced diabetic retinopathy can cause blurred vision or eye inflammation.

Diabetic retinopathy treatment includes:

  • Prescription medication
  • Laser surgeries
  • Anti-VEGF and steroid injections
  • Vitrectomy


Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness and often doesn’t show early symptoms. High pressure inside the eye causes glaucoma, and the purpose of glaucoma management is to reduce intraocular pressure.

Glaucoma treatments include:

  • Prescription eye drops or medications
  • Laser procedures
  • Filtration surgery
  • Drainage tubes
  • Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS)


Cataracts are cloudy formations on the eye lens. They can make your vision blurry and distorted. To restore normal vision, an optometrist will recommend cataract surgery, which involves replacing the cloudy lens with an artificial intraocular lens.

macular degeneration

macular degeneration occurs when the central part of the retina deteriorates. this results in burr and distorted vision.

There are two types of AMD: Dry AMD and Wet AMD.

Although there isn’t a treatment for dry AMD, lifestyle changes and specific supplements can help prevent further vision deterioration.

Wet AMD treatments include:

  • Photodynamic therapy
  • Anti-VEGF injections
  • Laser photocoagulation



Wish you could see the world more clearly without having to rely on your glasses or contact lenses?

Refractive eye surgery may be the perfect solution for you!

With LASIK, you’ll enjoy clear vision, all day, everyday — without any need for corrective eyewear.

Have any of the following?

  • Myopia/nearsightedness–difficulty seeing faraway objects
  • Hyperopia/farsightedness–difficulty seeing near objects 
  • Astigmatism–blurred perception of near and far objects

Gone are the days of foggy, rain-speckled lenses. LASIK will give you the clear vision you desire and the confidence you deserve.

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Don't let cataracts cloud your vision

Cataracts are cloudy patches that develop on the lens of your eye. Cataracts can cause blurred or double vision, may increase light sensitivity and interfere with driving, especially at night. Without cataract surgery, millions of people around the world would be unable to see clearly.

The most common symptoms include:

  • Blurred or double vision
  • Trouble seeing at night
  • Sensitivity to glare
  • Colored halos around lights
  • Colors appearing more faded
  • Requiring brighter light for reading
When to get cataract surgery?

As we evaluate your eye health and vision, we’ll carefully examine your lens for signs of cataract formation. If a cataract is detected and the clouding is causing visual disruption, our optometrist will refer you to a trusted surgeon for cataract surgery.  

As the condition begins to seriously impair your vision and adversely affects your daily life, impacting your ability to read, drive, watch TV or recognize faces, you should seriously consider surgery.



Eyelid evaluation

First we must look for signs on eyelid infection.  If the lids are infected, step 1 is to kill the bacteria or Demodex mites.

Eyelid treatment

We use the Blephex device to treat many irritating chronic conditions caused by dry eye and blepharitis. This device removes inflammatory biofilm made by bacteria as well as small mites called demodex that colonized the eyelids.

Eyelid treatment

For 85% of patients with dry eye, the root cause in an inadequate lipid layer which leads to tear evaporation.



Meibomian Glands are located on the upper and lower eyelids.  They produce the lipid layer of the tear film.

MODERATE atrophy

When the meibomian glands are blocked for a period of time, they begin to atrophy (die).  Once they are gone, they will not come back.

severe atrophy

These meibomian glands have been blocked for a long time.  There is now extensive atrophy.



If your meibomian glands become clogged your doctor can help open them back up and remove any unwanted material using heat and special forceps.


Some patients also benefit from Intense Pulse Light (IPL) at the base of the meibomian glands to treat MGD.

Punctal Plugs

Punctal plugs keep your tears from draining too quickly. This can help patients that don’t produce sufficient tears.

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