Your Santa Barbara Eye Doctors - Eye & Vision Care Optometric Group
Eye & Vision Care Optometric Group has been providing state of the art eye care to the Santa Barbara community for the past 30 years. Eye & Vision Care has been in its current location on the corner of Hollister and Patterson since 1998. We have six doctors of optometry, several qualified opticians as well as many friendly staff members as part of our team. We strive to provide excellent service to our patients and use the finest instrumentation available. Our eye doctors perform eye exams, specialty contact lens fittings, children and infant eye exams, LASER surgery co-management, eye disease treatment and management, such as dry eye, diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, macular degeneration and cataracts.
Eye Care Services
From the latest dry eye treatment and comprehensive eye exams to contact lens fittings and optical services, we make sure your eyes are healthy and your vision is clear, day in and day out.
We pride ourselves on having hand-picked all the unique eyewear we carry. Whether you’re looking for blue light protection, want specific lenses like progressives, or simply need help finding a nice style of frames for your face, we’re here to help!
Dry eye syndrome is one of the most common eye conditions in the world, yet many people put up with the discomfort, even though it's very treatable. Here are tips to help you deal with your dry eye symptoms, along with treatment from your eye doctor.
Here are 5 eye symptoms that you should never ignore. Call Eye & Vision Care Optometric Group without delay if you or a loved one experiences any of these eye or vision problems.
Every child should have a comprehensive eye exam before the start of the new school year. Just as you wouldn’t consider sending them to school without a backpack or a lunch box, make sure their eyes and vision are ready for the challenges ahead.
Did you know that Nerf® guns, a supposedly safe children’s toy, have been shown to cause eye injury in certain cases? What makes them so dangerous?