Silicon Valley Eye Physicians is a leading eye/vision care provider offering a full spectrum of services to meet your whole family's needs. For over 63 years, patients throughout the Bay Area have relied on us for complete eye health - from comprehensive eye exams and treatment for ocular diseases, to designer eyewear and lenses.
With locations in Sunnyvale and Santa Clara, we offer a wide array of Silicon Valley eye care services to meet your specific needs, including:
We have an optometry office in Sunnyvale and another in Santa Clara. These full service locations provide ophthalmology and optometrist services, so whether you're looking for an optometrist in Sunnyvale, CA to prescribe a new pair of glasses or looking for an eye doctor in Santa Clara to provide LASIK eye surgery, we have two locations in Silicon Valley for your convenience.
For starters: comprehensive eye care. We offer all vision subspecialties under one roof, from contacts to cataracts. Secondly, leading technology in a world-class facility. We are renowned for our eye care and offer one of the finest private practices in the Bay Area. Finally, experienced physicians and personalized care. Our Our Silicon Valley eye care experts have more than 50 years combined experience in vision care and work to meet each patient's needs.
Sunnyvale Optometrist | Silicon Valley Eye Physicians
1010 W. Fremont Ave
Sunnyvale, CA 94087
3159 Mission College Blvd.
Santa Clara, CA 95054
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