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Eye Care

At Oasis Optometry, we believe it’s important that each patient understands what’s happening with their eyes along with the treatments available and their effects on their overall health. Schedule a routine eye exam to assess your vision and screen your eyes for diseases.



Want the benefits of getting your eyes dilated, but don’t want to be light sensitive and see a blurry phone afterwards?

Dilated eye exams are an important aspect of your routine exam. It helps detect many health conditions often before you notice them. Here at Oasis Optometry, we offer state-of-the-art technology to fully assess your eye health from the front to the back! Traditional dilation can have inconvenient side effects, but our office offers advanced imaging of your eye health so that you can continue your day without delay!


Anxious of that dreaded “air-puff test”?

This screening test actually gives us important information, and is used to assess your risk of eye conditions or diseases, so we don’t want to skip out. However, we get it—us doctors have a hard time opening our eyes for that air puff too! Good news is that we offer a new way to measure your eye pressure, without compromising accuracy or better yet, any air puff. A win-win in our book!

Oasis Optometry - Chino CA Eye Doctors


Eye Exams

Eye Emergencies

Our doctors are well experienced in treating anything from red eyes, and styes, to even removing metal pieces from eyes! Whether it is an emergency or a pesky eye condition, we are well-equipped to treat them all.


If you experience any of the following symptoms, you should contact us right away to be evaluated:

  • Sudden loss of vision or blurry vision
  • Eye pain
  • Double vision
  • Foreign object in the eye
  • Chemical exposure
  • Redness, swelling, discharge


Good vision helps children reach their full potential. The American Optometric Association recommends that children have their first eye exam at 6 months of age to ensure that their eyes are developing normally. After this initial visit, doctors recommend that you bring your child for a second eye exam every year or at least by age 2 or 3, and then again before they start school.


Signs that your child may have vision problems include:

  • Frequent eye rubbing or blinking
  • Squinting, closing, or covering one eye
  • Excessive tearing or watery eyes
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Holding objects too close to their face
  • Tilting or turning head to look at objects


Even with all these signs, your child may not complain if their vision is blurry! An eye exam, not a vision screening, is important to evaluate for amblyopia, commonly known as a “lazy eye,” which may have permanent effects on a child’s vision.


We are well-equipped to evaluate children at our office, and will make sure your child is awarded for being a great patient!

Diabetic Eye Exam

Diabetic retinopathy is when high blood sugar levels cause damage to blood vessels in the retina. Because the consequences of diabetic retinopathy can be so severe, it is standard of care to have a comprehensive diabetic eye exam every year, whether you are newly diagnosed or have had it for 15 years. If you have not gotten an exam in a while it is crucial you schedule an exam as soon as possible. You may get dilated during your visit in order to help the doctor spot any problems, but our office can offer a more convenient alternative with retinal imaging that will capture an image of the back of your eye and detect any abnormalities your eye may present.

Dry Eyes

Dry eyes is one of the most common eye conditions worldwide. If you need relief from dry eye symptoms including redness, irritation, itching, and watering then schedule a dry eye evaluation with us today to receive a personalized dry eye treatment plan!

Start taking care of your eye health today!
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