Looking for an Optometrist in Corona, California?
Our optometrist takes the time to explain the results of your eye exam, describe your options and listen to your eye care needs. Because maintaining good eye health is an ongoing partnership, we encourage you to ask questions and share your health information, which could be vital to monitoring, diagnosing and treating potential vision problems.
To experience the best eye care in Corona, come visit us at Optique Optometry today!
Full Service Optometric Office
- We offer Comprehensive Eye Exams for the whole family.
- We offer Contact Lens Exams for both soft and rigid gas permeable Contacts
- Call us for Urgent Care and Disease Treatment in Corona
- Exams for children all the way to seniors
- Laser Vision Correction
Full Service Optical
- Finishing Lab and Tinting in House
- Wide Selection of Designer Eyeglasses and Sunglasses
- Children’s Packages and Adult Specials
- Wide Selection of Contact Lenses
- Custom “Clip-Ons”
- Ready Made Readers with Anti-Reflective Coating
What Our Patients Say...
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Our committed eye care team here at Optique Optometry in Corona, CA will help identify your visual needs by testing for eye conditions and diseases that may affect your vision. Come visit us today for your annual eye exam!
Symptoms of an allergic reaction can be quite varied. Your eyes may be red and irritated, or they could be sensitive to light or have swollen eyelids. In severe cases, you may notice a sore or burning feeling in your eyes or suffer from excessive tearing or a runny nose.
Q&A with Dr. Lee | Comprehensive Eye Exams
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Regular eye exams are the only way to catch “silent” diseases such as diabetes, glaucoma and other conditions in their early stages, when they’re more easily managed or treated. Many conditions can be discovered in a carefully planned eye exam. Those who consider mass-produced, over the counter reading glasses are truly doing themselves a disservice, both financially and medically. One-size-fits-all reading glasses not only do not work well for most people who have a different prescription in each eye, and/or astigmatism, or whose lens and frame parameters are not measured correctly, they bypass the opportunity to have their eyes checked for early detection of many manageable diseases or conditions. For those insisting on selecting glasses not measured specifically for their eyes, headache and eye fatigue are common symptoms.