Wednesday 6/23, 1pm-4pm
Join us Wednesday, June 23 at OC Eye Designs for a Ray-Ban Sunglasses Pop-Up event in celebration of National Sunglasses Day!
Eyewear Specialist Tiffany will be joining us outside to showcase the Ray-Ban sunglass collection. Give us a call to reserve a spot for your one-on-one fitting!
Plus, save up to 20% on sunglasses*
*Get 15% off non-prescription sun wear or 20% off prescription sun wear when you purchase a full ophthalmic pair of glasses. Cannot be combined with insurance or other offers. Offer valid June 25, 2021. Restrictions Apply
Join us for a socially distanced, outdoor pop-up at Woodbridge Optometry featuring BEVEL eyewear!
Come by to browse the eyewear collection and explore spring arrivals! Call the office to make your appointment.
Follow event updates and details on our Facebook Costa Mesa event page. COVID protocol in effect.
Get 10% off Bevel frames & lenses*
* offer valid on 5/14 only, cash pay only, restrictions apply.
Share a photo of you and your valentine on Instagram or Facebook and we’ll enter you to win a $100 Gift Card to Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse!
Is your valentine your pup? Your honey? A friend? We want to see! Make sure to tag us or so we can see your entry! Entry ends 2/12.
USE IT. DON’T LOSE IT.
IT’S FLEX SEASON.
Take advantage of those unused flex spending dollars and treat yourself to new eyewear or any other qualifying item!
Come in before December 31st to beat the end of year rush! Also, don’t forget to use your 2020 Vision Insurance Benefits on these qualifying items before they are gone.
Qualifying Items and Services:
- Routine Eye Examinations
- Medical Optometry Services
- Prescription Eyewear
- Dry Eye Drops
- Computer Glasses
- Dry Eye Masks & Scrubs
- Reading Glasses
- Contact Lenses
- Non-Surgical Vision Correction
- Dry Eye Drops
- Vitamin Supplements
As a reminder if you have treatment you have put on hold, now is the time to schedule an appointment to maximize your insurance benefits and use any remaining flex dollars. Call us today or visit us online to schedule an appointment.
Join us on Friday, December 4th from 11am to 4pm for a socially distanced, outdoor, Maui Jim Pop-Up event at OC Eye Designs Optometry! Our Maui Jim representative will be here bringing the aloha with the full sunglass collection!
How are we keeping this event safe?
- The pop-up will take place outdoors! Let us enjoy the fresh air!
- All COVID protocol remains in place.
- We will be sanitizing all frames after they are handled.
Save up to 25% on Sunglasses
November 23 – December 5
Purchase your regular eyewear and get up to 25% off sunglasses as your second pair.
Leave us a review on Yelp to enter between November 23 and December 14, 2020. Follow us on Instagram for extra entries.
Eye Safety Awareness for Halloween
If you are interested in costume contact lenses this Halloween, make sure to come in advance, especially if you are not a current contact lens wearer! The deadline to order costume lenses is October 16th for them to arrive in time for Halloween!
Costume lenses are everywhere, especially this time of year. However, our optometrists caution you: do not be enticed by colored/costume contact lenses sold over the counter or on the internet!
Contact lenses are not one-size fits all! Any contact lenses sold in the US at novelty shops, beauty salons, Halloween stores, etc. are not FDA approved and are ILLEGAL.
Please remember that contact lenses are a medical device requiring a valid prescription and fitting by a medical professional. Please be aware and use extreme care. Costume Lenses can blind you if used or sourced improperly. They can be worn safely and put the perfect finishing touch on your Halloween look, but only if you see a doctor first and follow their advice for proper wear and care.
The Quality of the Dye
The dye quality is so important when it comes to your eyes. Contact lenses that are not FDA approved may have toxic dyes that can leak into the eye.
Very Little Oxygen Flow
Low quality contact lenses may not let enough oxygen through the lens membrane to your eye. This can lead to corneal abrasion, swelling, and potentially blinding infections that can leave you with lasting eye damage.
Often these contacts are made of outdated material technologies from the 80’s! Your eyes deserve better.
Steer clear of anything that claims “one-size fits all” or “no prescription needed”. Lenses that are not FDA and dispensed without a prescription can cut, scratch, and infect your eyes.
We care about your eye health and don’t want you putting your vision at risk. Let us fit you in quality colored contact lenses so you can look AND feel great this Halloween. Schedule your appointment for a fitting or place an order over the phone!
Learn more about costume contact lenses from the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
We Support Children In Need
We have pledged to make a donation for every exam in October to help individuals with limited access to vision care. Schedule your October exam today, and we will donate on your behalf!
The World Sight Day Challenge
1.2 billion people around the world suffering needlessly from impaired vision that could be easily corrected. Your support of the World Sight Day Challenge helps communities around the world develop accessible and sustainable eye care.
Optometry Giving Sight’s impact through vision care projects span nearly 40 countries around the globe. Your support makes it possible to: train local eye care professionals; establish and support vision centers and schools of optometry where there were none; and deliver eye exams and glasses where they were not available before.
Join us in the 2020 World Sight Day Challenge by scheduling your eye exam for October! Donations help more under-resourced communities get the services they need. Your support is more important than ever!
How UV Rays Put You at Risk and How to Protect Your Eyes
We all know that excess UV exposure can cause painful sunburns and increase your risk of skin cancers. Did you know that the sun can be just as harmful for your eyes?
causes loss in the center of the field of vision and is the leading cause of blindness over age 50.
is also known as “surfer’s eye”, these non-cancerous eye growths usually begin on the clear tissue of the eye and can spread to the cornea. They can cause irritation and even affect your vision!
Pinguecula and Pterygium
is a painful eye condition caused by exposure to ultraviolet rays, usually from the sun. This is like a sunburn of the eyes.