Can I wear contact lenses?
There is not a minimum age for wearing contact lenses. Infants and toddlers wear them, some teenagers and adults should not. It is different in each case.
An optometrist or doctor of optometry is a primary care provider. At a minimum, optometrists are required to complete a Bachelor degree, then 4 years of clinical and didactic education at a school of optometry.Passing a series of national and state board examinations are required before an optometrist can practice. In California, 25 hours of continuing education are required to maintain licensure.
Westside Optometry is a provider of the following vision insurances: Vision Service Plan (VSP) and Vision Care Plan/Humana(VCP). We also accept assignment for Medicare. If your visit is for a medical reason such as conjunctivitis, glaucoma or dry eye we can bill your medical insurance. If you are unsure, please call the office and we can research your coverage for you. (707)762-8643.
Monday and Wednesday 8:30-5:00;
Tuesday and Thursday 9:00-6:00;
Saturday, October 7th, 8:00 - 12:00
We are open during lunch
Westside Optometry is wheelchair accessible.