Category Archives: Optical Services

The Ever-Popular Soft Contact Lens

Contact lenses seem like a relatively modern improvement for vision correction, but they’ve actually been around quite a long time. The problem was that early contact lenses were not very comfortable and never caught on. Obviously, that’s no longer the case. At Central Valley Eye Medical Group, we fit patients for contact lenses every day.… Read More »


What Eyeglasses Are Right for Your Face Shape?

As the Central Valley’s leading source for the care of your vision, we offer all the latest eyeglass styles in our optical shop in our Stockton and Manteca locations. When patients come in and see all the styles — everything from Fendi and Prada to more traditional choices like Ray Ban and Oakley — they… Read More »


What are Digital Eyeglass Lenses?

Although your eyeglasses correct your vision to 20/20, you may still wish your vision was clearer in certain situations. At Central Valley Eye, we offer high-definition eyeglass lenses that correct for certain vision issues that normal eyeglasses can’t. Why are my normal eyeglass lenses not always cutting it? Even if your eyeglasses correct for your… Read More »


Optical Services Stockton, CA

Give Your Eyes Some Protection from the Sun

With the recent solar eclipse, the sun was front-page news. But most days we don’t give it much thought, including what it can be doing to our eyes. We all know the sun, particularly in sunny Stockton, damages our skin, creating wrinkles, age spots, and potentially leading to skin cancer. But we don’t know as… Read More »


8 Ways to Protect Your Vision

How much would you pay for your eyesight? It’s a question most people wouldn’t think to ask, but the answers are profound. Really, people would pay just about any worldly price for the gift of sight. People who suffer eye injuries or develop diseases that affect their sight find their lives drastically changed overnight. To… Read More »


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