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In order to maintain healthy eyes, it is strongly recommended that you visit a healthcare provider to test your vision once per calendar year.  Our comprehensive eye examinations include the following tests:


1.  Testing to update your glasses prescription

2.  Color vision

3.  Depth perception

4.  Glaucoma screening

5.  An examination of the front and back of the eyes with dilation of the pupils

6.  A baseline retinal photography


All doctors at Honolulu Vision Care Center are State Board Certified to practice the full scope of Optometry which includes diagnosing, treating, and managing ocular disease with therapeutics. 


There are many diseases that may have an impact on our eyes such as diabetes, high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol, and arthritis.  We strongly believe in working with your primary care physician in managing these disease.  We provide emergency services for visual disturbances, eye injuries (including foreign body removal), red eyes, and eye infections.          


Contact lenses have come a long way.  We fit a variety of contact lenses, including gas permeable lenses, soft lenses, colored contact lenses, enhancement lenses, and contact lenses to correct eye conditions such as keratoconus and pellucid marginal degeneration. 


We are able to provide the most advanced contact lenses in the market, because the manufacturers recognize us as a leading contact lens fitting practice.  Our doctors routinely meet with contact lens manufacturer representatives to receive the latest news in the industry. We oftentimes are trusted to receive the latest contact lenses before they are released to the nation’s general practices. 


Our contact lens fitting includes an evaluation of your current contact lens fit, comfort and vision, and recommendations for what is best for an individual’s lifestyle and demands.  Patients who have never worn contact lenses before will have a trained optometric assistant guide them through the insertion, removal, cleaning and disinfecting of the contact lenses.  We will spend an unlimited amount of time guiding our patients until they are comfortable.  All contact lens fitting include an unlimited number of contact lens checks. 

Eye Exam
Ocular Disease

Our Doctors are certified by the Hawaii Board of Optometry to deliver exceptional eye care 


Undergoing eye surgery can be a daunting task.  The first step in considering any kind of elective surgery is to undergo a comprehensive evaluation.  Our doctors offer laser eye surgery consultations where we carefully perform a series of non-evasive tests to determine if you are a candidate.  We can answer all of your questions regarding this potentially life changing operation, provide a professional recommendation for LASIK or PRK, and refer you to leading surgeons right here in Hawaii. 


After surgery, proper follow up care is essential.  We co-manage with surgeons to help monitor recovery in the post-operative period to ensure an optimal outcome.


A proper screening is important to help determine if a patient has a cataract, the timing of cataracty surgery, and the type of artificial lens implant to be used. 


There have been many advancements in cataract surgery and the types of artificial lens implants used.  We work with leading surgeons to help recommend the type of lens implant that will best suit our patients. 


After cataract surgery, proper follow up care is essential.  We will monitor our patients’ recovery in the post-operative period to ensure optimal outcome.

Dry Eyes
Dry Eye Symptoms

What is Dry Eye?

Dry Eye is a common disease that affects vision quality and eye comfort.  Symptoms can vary from patient to patient with several common symptoms listed in the image to the left. 


At our clinic, we will use a number of different technologies to evaluate your symptoms and determine whether you may be experiencing Dry Eye.

How is it Treated?

Each case is unique.  We will consider the factors that cause your Dry Eye along with your tear quality to develop a custom treatment plan.

Treatment may include artificial tears/lubricant drops for short-term relief of symptoms, prescription anti-inflammatory drops, and obstruction removal with medical devices.

Dry Eyes


We all want our children to succeed.  However, easily overlooked vision impediments can interfere with your child's learning and development.  A vision screening performed by a pediatrician or at school is not the same as a comprehensive eye exam completed by an optometrist.  The American Optometric Association recommends that an infant receive his or her first eye exam between 6 and 12 months of age.  Your child should have a comprehensive eye exam by age 3 and as recommended by your optometrist thereafter.


Cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration are the three major causes for blindness.  As we age, our risks for these conditions increase.  We help our patients by screening, diagnosing, and providing preventative care and treatments for these conditions.  


Computers, tablets, and smart phones have undoubtedly contributed to visual strain.  Recent studies have shown that the blue light from these devices increase risks for macular degeneration.  We recommend an eye exam to determine the best prescription glasses and special anti-reflective lenses with blue light filters when using these devices.  


Every year tens of thousands of eye injuries occur due to sports or recreational activities.  Our office staff understands the importance of eye injuries and will schedule patients immediately for an office visit.  More importantly, prevention is key and the right protective eye wear can make a world of difference.  At our office, we help patients with choosing the right eyewear to protect their eyes. 

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