Complete Eye Exams
With state-of-the-art equipment, including the Optomap® retinal scanner, digital refractor, keratometer, lensometer, computerized visual field analyzer, and more, our doctors provide a comprehensive examination and recommend quality vision solutions for your visual needs.
Eye Examinations Include
- Case History
- Visual Acuities
- Analysis of Focusing Ability
- Digital Refraction
- Glaucoma and Cataract Evaluations
- Visual Fields Peripheral Evaluations
- Dry Eye Evaluations
- Retinal Evaluations
We offer complimentary LASIK consultations. If you are interested in LASIK surgery, please request a refractive surgery screening and consultation.
Pediatric Eyecare & Children’s Eye Exams
Did you know that 80 percent of what a child learns in school is information that is presented visually? When children have difficulty in school – whether it be learning to read, understanding math or seeing the board, they often have vision problems.
Do you notice that your child’s eyes are frequently red? Does your child squint to read or see small objects? Do they blink their eyes excessively or complain of headaches or double vision? If you have any concerns about your child’s vision, call our office to schedule a comprehensive eye examination for your child.
Learn About Children’s Vision
Your Baby’s Vision Development
How your baby’s vision develops in the first year of life and what you can do to help. Read more
Kids and Computers
How to help your child avoid eye strain and other problems when using computers. Read more
Vision Problems of Schoolchildren
Up to 25 percent of schoolchildren may have vision problems that can affect their ability to learn.
Read how to keep your child from being in this group. Read more.
Do you want to save time? We can schedule your whole family together as a group so that you can save time by making one visit. Call us at (310) 618-2244 and tell us the family members you would like to bring together.
When you have your eyes examined, do you find it difficult to tell the difference between lens one and two? At Torrance Optometry we have the newest, most accurate automated refractor, keratometer and lensometer. The information from these sophisticated computerized instruments feeds information directly into our new digital phoropter. The digital phoropter shows you your lens choices side by side which makes it easier for you to choose which prescription is better. It is easier for the patient and allows our doctors to provide you with a more accurate prescription.