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Is your child back-to-school ready? 📝👀


✅Pediatric EYE exam
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✅Pediatric Wellness Exam

80% of LEARNING is through VISION! With the best vision and visual skills, this allows your child’s brain to fully focus on learning and development. 🧠🧑🏼‍🏫

Schedule your appointment today with our pediatric optometrist at our optometry clinic in your local san gabriel valley neighborhood and we are excited to see you and your family.


#visionandlearning #pediatriceyeexam #kidseyedoctor

HOORAY to NO more double vision! 🎉👀  

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Patients with an eye that turns in or out (aka crossed-eye, wandering eye, strabismus) may experience double vision and other visual symptoms. We are overjoyed our vision therapy patient is noticing so much improvement! 💜

Interested in seeing how we can help? Schedule an appointment with our Developmental Optometrist today. 🙂

Did you know you can do FUN eye games on our Virtual Reality system, Vivid Vision?  🎮

You can enjoy @seevividly at our clinic or even at the comfort of your own home!  🏠

Call/Text 626-999-3177 anytime and ask us about how Vivid Vision Home works.

VividVision is utilized to treat:

❤️Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)
❤️Eye turns (Strabismus, wandering eye)
❤️Binocular Vision Problems
❤️Visual Processing Problems
❤️Eye Tracking Problems
❤️And more…

#vividvision #visiontherapyworks #advancedtechnology #thebestforourpatients

First eye exams should feel warm, inviting and best of all…FUN!

At 6-12 mos, your baby should be able to:

💗Move their eye muscles left to right
💗Focus their eyes like a camera to see clearly
💗Coordinate their eyes and hand to grab toys
💗Use both eyes together as a team

Our Pediatric Optometrist sees patients for their first eye exam as early as 6-12 months of age. Early detection and visual care is essential for a child’s development. We look forward to seeing you!

#babysfirsteyeexam #pediatricoptometrist #childrenseyeexam

Flashback to when Vizen Optometric Center was just bare-bones! A blank canvas with a vision of something more… 🖤🤍

Sneak peak of our grand opening event in 2019. Thank you to Lori, Kelee and Dr. Hoppe, dean @westernu_optometry, for celebrating with us!

Can you guess how many months pregnant Dr. Cao was in this photo? 🤰🏻 🤔

#supportsmallbusiness #grandopening2019 #westernualumni #memories

Celebrating our 2 year anniversary!!!🎊🎉 

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Special thanks to our family, friends and patients for all of your support and trusting us with your vision care.

We built Vizen Optometric Center from scratch with the mission to provide each and every patient with compassion and exceptional care. We always treat all of our patients as family. 👨‍👩‍👦

It has been an amazing 2 years (despite some challenges with the pandemic) and we look forward to many more to come. We would not be here without you. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for supporting our small family business.

#supportsmallbusinesses #supportlocal #ribboncutting

Let’s end this pandemic together! 💪🏻🦠

We are proud to announce that our team and eye doctor have received both COVID-19 vaccines or are in the process. The safety of our team, patients and your family is our top priority. Thank you for your trust in us. 💜

#bettertogether #endthispandemic

Fun with Red/Blue Glasses! ❤️💙

Our adorable 4 yo patient is working on her:

✔️Eye tracking skills
✔️Eye-hand coordination

In some patients with visual challenges such as a 𝕝𝕒𝕫𝕪 𝕖𝕪𝕖 (amblyopia) or 𝕖𝕪𝕖 𝕥𝕦𝕣𝕟 (strabismus), the brain can shut off information to their eye (suppression). The goal with vision therapy is to increase visual input to the brain so that the brain uses both eyes equally (reduce suppression). 🧠👀

Check out our video to see how the Red/Blue glasses can help! If the brain shuts off information to an eye, the target disappears. This gives the brain feedback to send more visual input to that eye and make the target reappear!


Contactless?!?! 🌡

That’s right! Your safety is our priority always. Our sweet lil patient measuring A-OK 👌 🥰

Upon entering our clinic, all patients have their temperature checked with our contactless thermometer.

Our eye doctor and team continue to follow CDC guidelines in sterilization and proper disinfection. We hope you continue to trust us with your vision needs. We look forward to seeing you for your next eye exam at our San Gabriel optometry clinic.

#safetyfirst #followingcdcguidelines