Thursday, April 7, 2016

Who's going to Coachella?

Quick shout out to AFTERS ice cream... Good friends of ours having 3 booth setup to keep you guys stuffed and cooled w/ those Milky Buns!

Who's Coachella Ready???

Coachella is a week from now...

We like to make sure you're Coachella ready!
Make sure to stay hydrated, rewetting eye drops, hand sanitizer, bring a nice pair of UV protected sunglasses (if polarized, even better!). Don't forget to bring a fresh contact lens case and a sufficient amount or travel size contact lens solution (for contact lens wearer). If you don't have any available at your disposal? Please come by our office I'll give you one for you adventure. 

Best case scenario for contact lens wear perhaps bring One-Day contacts. Avoid the need for purchasing and carrying contact lens case/solutiion.

Last note... 

Rock out!!! 
Have a fun and amazing week at Coachella!!!

Last weeks health fair event

 Health Fair

                   We're back at it again with health fairs. Visiting the good folks at TEN-X.  Educating and being involve helping people understand the importance of annual eye examination and eye health check-ups. 

A couple happy campers winning prizes from our mini plinko game

Monday, March 21, 2016

Easter Egg Ray Ban Hunt !!!

- Rayban Promotion -


1x Headphones
1x Earbuds
1x Rayban Hoodie (Medium)
1x Backpack
1x Tablet Sleeve
1x Tshirt (Medium)
22x Cleaning Kit

Courtesy of RayBan and Golden Vision Optometry

Its an Easter egg hunt! Purchase a Rayban sunglasses until Easter Saturday and you can participate in our raffle! We have many prizes available for you! #rayban #neverhide #coachellaready

Monday, February 22, 2016

Our 100th review with Demandforce

Our 100th review with Demandforce. I am very proud of our staff new and old. Especially our Doctors. We pride our self in our service. Obviously we can't please everyone. We just hope you know that we do work hard to get patients the care they need and quality products/materials that will help them. The Golden Vision Optometry Team works very hard to better themselves daily to provide great service. We like to thank all our returning patients for their loyalty and new patients for giving us an opportunity to treat and service them. 

-Golden Vision Optometry
15333 Culver Dr. ste #690
Irvine CA 92604

Dr. Lena B. Chang OD • Dr. Jennie J. Fan OD • Dr. Margret Yu. OD • Dr. Angela Tsay OD

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Monday, February 15, 2016

Presidents Day!

Today is Presidents Day, a time to commemorate the people who have led our country.

Happy Feb 15 Day!!!!!!!

One of my favorite days out of the year LOL

Today is the day I load up on Chocolate from Valentine's day clearance sections


Monday, February 8, 2016

Happy Lunar New Year!!!

It's the year of the MONKEY!!!!
Happy Lunar New Year to all. We wish you lots of love, prosperity, good health and wealth!

Monday, January 11, 2016

Tips For Combating Dry Eyes During The Winter Season
The causes of dry eyes during the winter and simple ways to prevent them.
When many people are talking about the long winter months, they often refer to it as the “wet season.” Between the rain that slowly turns to ice, the frost on our cars and windows, and the snow that wraps up our world in a white blanket for a few months out of the year, it is easy to see where this nickname comes from. However, while the winter months may make the outdoors a little wetter than normal, the atmosphere is actually very dry during the winter season.
When you wake up after a long nights sleep in your toasty bed, you may notice a few side effects that come with hibernating inside of your heated winter home―a dry, tight face that flakes, an itchy body that seems to suck up every ounce of your lotion. However, your skin is not the only part of your body that lacks moisture during the winter months. Dry eyes are another common side effect of the dry season, and can be equally or even more uncomfortable than itchy, tight skin.

Dry eyes that burn and ache are just common side effect of the cold winter winds outside and the dry, heated air of our homes inside. Being exposed to either of these atmospheres can cause a sudden onset of moisture evaporation inside of our eyes, and our tear glands simply cannot produce fluid quick enough to maintain the protective, moist coating that our eyes require to stay hydrated. The result is dry eyes that may cause blurred vision or a scratchy, burning sensation.
Luckily, there are several simple ways that you can combat dry eyes during the winter months. Here are our tips for keeping your vision clear and your eyes moisturized during the cold winter season ahead:
Whenever you are outside in the frigid, wicked winter winds, you should take extra protective measures to make sure that your eyes are not exposed to the wind and the excess cold. One of the best ways to shield yourself from these drying elements is with sunglasses. These will not only prevent the cold winter wind from hitting your eyes directly, but they will also make sure that your eyes are not exposed to the bright light outside. Sunglasses also will act as a protective block against whipping winds that cause evaporation of your eye’s tear film.
During the winter months, many people find that they have dry eye problems that are caused by dry heat or air heaters in their homes. While these toasty electronics may keep the bitter winter temperatures outside of your home, they significantly decrease the moisture from your air. Therefore, you need to make sure that you are maintaining a healthy level of moisture in your home with a humidifier. This will prevent fluid evaporation in your eyes and will help to combat burning, itchy eyes before they begin.
Eye Drops
If your dry eye symptoms worsen throughout the season and become unbearable, you may want to consider using lubricating eye drops that can help to ease common pain and itchiness brought on by dry eyes. However, because there are so many over-the-counter artificial tear brands to choose from, make sure that you ophthalmologist to ensure that you are using drops that are suitable for your condition.
The winter season can be a great time to get outside and soak up the smells and sights of the season. However, make sure that you follow these simple steps for combating dry eyes to make sure that you do not fall victim to the hazards of the cold, dry winter weather.

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