NEW COLOR CONTACTS AVAILABLE AT OUR OFFICE!
- There have been new developments in 2015 to improve color contact lens technology.
- Color contacts now allow for better comfort and more natural appearance.
- Visit our office to try these new lenses!
Tired of always having to pick up your reading glasses to see up close? Until now one-day disposable contact lenses could not correct both distance and close vision. With the latest in contact lens technology, you can have a daily disposable contact lens with a Multi-focal design to decrease your reliance on reading glasses. Read more
Introducing the VisiOffice—an advanced new instrument that allows us to personalize your lenses on multiple levels, providing the crispest and cleanest vision possible. Instead of a ruler, this computerized instrument provides a dynamic 3D measurement of the eye to customize and most accurately fit your next pair of eyeglasses!
The Visioffice system allows us to deliver the most precise and individualized vision in glasses. These extensive and precise measurements are particularly important in fitting no-line bifocal (progressive) glasses to ensure the best possible vision at every distance.
We are able to send email and text message reminders for your appointment and to alert you that your glasses or contacts are ready for pick up. If you would like to communicate with us via text or email, you must “opt in” the first time you receive a text or email from Primary Eyecare Center. You can also order your contact lenses, request appointments and fill out new patient paperwork online to save you time in the office.
Dr. Hider has been an active Trustee of the California Optometric Association (COA) since being elected in 2011. Dr. Hider travels around the state and country meeting with political representatives and leaders of the profession to stay informed about all of the current issues affecting optometry, such as healthcare reform. We are proud of Dr. Hider for serving the profession of optometry!
The COA is an organization that influences policy that guides the profession. The COA is dedicated to making optometry a stronger profession and ensuring that patients have access to their Doctors of Optometry.