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Welcome to Orange County Vision Center! We are a family optometry practice serving Garden Grove, CA, OC. We offer a wide range of services, from routine eye exams and contact lens fittings to specialty services like myopia control and orthokeratology.

How Often Should You Visit the Optometrist?

Keeping your eyes healthy is important for your overall health and well-being. That’s why it’s important to visit the optometrist for regular eye exams.

For children and adults, we recommend scheduling an eye exam every one to two years. However, if you have a family history of eye disease, are over the age of 60, or have other risk factors, you may need to schedule more frequent exams with our eye doctors.

During an eye exam, we will not only check your vision, but we will also check for eye diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration. Our optometry team can also take measures to protect your eyes from future eye health issues.

A Range of Optical Care

Whether you are looking for a new pair of eyeglasses or need other vision correction, our experienced team is here to help.

We offer a wide range of optical services, including:

  • Routine eye exams
  • Contact lens fittings
  • Specialty services like orthokeratology
  • A wide selection of eyeglass frames
  • And more!

What Is Myopia Control?

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a refractive vision error that causes distant objects to appear blurry. It is a common condition that affects children and adults alike.

At Orange County Vision Center, we provide several methods of myopia correction, including specialty contacts, eyeglasses, and vision therapy.

Specialty Contacts for Myopia Control

One of the most popular methods of myopia management is orthokeratology, or ortho-k lenses. These are specially designed gas-permeable contact lenses that gently reshape the cornea overnight. This helps to temporarily reduce or eliminate myopia and can even slow the progression of the condition.

Ortho-k lenses are a safe and effective way to control myopia. These contact lenses can be worn overnight to provide clear vision for the entire day. If you are interested in learning more about ortho-k lenses, we would be happy to discuss this option with you during your next appointment.

Visit Our Eye Doctors at Our Family Optometry Practice in OC

If you need vision correction, schedule an appointment with us today. It’s important to entrust your eyes to an experienced and qualified team of eye care professionals. For professional eye care in Garden Grove, CA, schedule an appointment at Orange County Vision Center. Call us at (714) 894-3353. Our practice is family owned and operated and supports the community by providing jobs and being involved in community development.

Dr. Bayan Naime
Garden Grove Optometrist | Orange County Vision Center | (714) 894-3353
12500 Valley View St B
Garden Grove, CA 92845

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We look forward to hearing from you.

  • Dr.
    Bayan Naime

    Dr. Bayan Naime attended the University of California Irvine where she received her bachelor’s degree in biological science in 2005.  After receiving her degree, she decided to become an optometrist due to her love for the medical field.  She graduated with her Doctorate of Optometry in 2009.  After earning her doctorate, she practiced in a prestigious ophthalmology group in Palm Desert where she gained immense knowledge and experience in all aspects of the eye and vision.  Dr. Naime is fluent in both English and Spanish.  Her specialty is irregular corneas and contact lenses.

    Dr. Naime takes tremendous pride in providing her patients with the highest level of care, whether she is writing a prescription, diagnosing, treating, managing medical conditions or referring a patient for surgical consultation.  Her primary concern is for her patients visual needs and well being.

  • Dr. Eddy Naime

    Dr. Eddy Naime was born in California and raised in Venezuela. Upon returning to Los Angeles he passed up the chance of being a professional soccer player in order to embark on the journey of becoming an Optometrist. He attended and graduated with honors from California State University of Fullerton, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Chemistry. Due to his interest in the medical field, he decided to become an Optometrist.

  • Dr. Murray Taubman

    Dr. Murray Taubman is an Optometry Specialist in Garden Grove, California. He graduated with honors from Southern California College of Optometry in 1973 and has been practicing in the city of Garden Grove for more than 40 years. For more than 45 years, he has also been a member of the California Optometric Association (COA).


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