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At Ladera Ranch Optometry, we’re proud to maintain a highly-accessible state-of-the-art office where our patients feel welcome and comfortable. Our office is equipped with the latest cutting-edge diagnostic and treatment technologies that allow us to extend the best standards of eye care to all our patients in Ladera Ranch.

Our experienced optometrists take a proactive approach to eye care — instead of waiting for symptoms to show up, we actively identify the warning signs of eye conditions and diseases during your eye exams. The slightest of vision anomalies are subject to active investigation and subsequent treatment. The following are some of the eye conditions we diagnose and treat, all to ensure you have the best eye care Ladera Ranch can provide.  

Types of Diseases

Below are some of the common eye conditions we treat at Ladera Ranch and what our optometrists do to treat such conditions.


Glaucoma refers to a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerves due to abnormally high pressure within the eyes, leading to potential blindness. Our optometrists in Ladera Ranch administer several screening tests to identify the initial warning signs of glaucoma, allowing us to treat this problem before your symptoms manifest. Glaucoma treatments can range from eye drops to surgical procedures, depending on the severity of the condition.

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Dry Eye Syndrome

Most people experience dry eyes every once in a while. You’re probably familiar with the symptoms — burning, redness, watery tearing, sandy sensation, etc. Dry eye syndrome is an eye condition in which you suffer from chronically dry eyes — while it’s not dangerous, it’s certainly frustrating and painful.

You may suffer from dry eye syndrome for several possible reasons — your eyes don’t produce enough tears, they’re not sufficiently lubricated, you have a bacterial infection, or your eyes may be inflamed. Your optometrist in Ladera Ranch diagnoses the root cause of your dry eyes to curate the ideal treatment plan, usually consisting of artificial tears, eye drops, and possibly a small implant.

Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy is a complication of diabetes that occurs when the blood vessels at the back of your eyes are damaged. If left untreated, diabetic retinopathy eventually leads to loss of vision and permanent blindness. You should ideally avoid diabetic retinopathy by managing your diabetes, monitoring your blood sugar level, and keeping your cholesterol under control.

You must contact your optometrist in Ladera Ranch the moment you notice vision changes. Some of the common symptoms of diabetic retinopathy include blurry vision, impaired color vision, floaters in your vision, dark areas in your vision, and fluctuating visions. Our optometrists can treat retinopathy with injections, lasers, or surgeries.


Strabismus, also called “crossed eyes,” is a condition wherein your eyes aren’t aligned when looking at an object. The eye focused on the object may alternate, making it seem like your eyes are constantly looking at different directions. Strabismus is most common in young children, usually after an eye injury or a stroke.

While it’s extremely treatable, you must quickly contact an optometrist because it may also lead to permanent vision loss. At Ladera Ranch Optometry, we provide various Strabismus treatments, including eye exercises, specialized glasses, and surgeries in the most severe cases.


Amblyopia is a common condition amongst children wherein the brain only processes information from one eye. If left untreated, the “weaker” eye may eventually suffer from complete and permanent loss of vision. As such, you must consult an optometrist as early as possible — treatments may include eye drops, eye patching, specialized glasses, or vision therapy. 

Schedule Your Eye Care in Ladera Ranch

Ladera Ranch Optometry has one goal — helping you and your family maintain perfect vision and eyesight for a lifetime. That’s why we encourage all patients to schedule annual eye exams wherein we look for early signs and symptoms of eye conditions. Join us at our conveniently-located office for a comprehensive eye exam and quality eye care in Ladera Ranch.

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COVID-19 Update:

Dear Patient,
We are pleased to announce that the California Department of Public Health has given us permission to resume full scope eye care, including preventative care and postponed exams.

At Total Vision Care, the health of our patients, doctors, and associates is our top priority. We are taking precautions to ensure the safety of our community.

Health and safety protocols we are taking:

  • All visits are by appointment to ensure social distancing. This includes picking up of glasses/contact lenses, adjustments on glasses, and ordering new products.
  • Patients are asked to arrive to their appointment alone and notify us from your vehicle once you arrive (a parent/guardian may accompany a minor and a family member/caretaker may assist a senior). Please call the office and someone will greet you at the door.
  • Prior to your entry a team member will take your temperature, provide you with hand sanitizer and ask you a series of questions regarding your health and possible COVID-19 exposure. Our team members are all subject to these same screening protocols.
  • All doctors, associates, and patients must wear masks.
  • Our team sterilizes all equipment and surfaces after every patient and disinfects all frames prior to placing them back on display.

What we ask of patients:

  • If you have any of the following symptoms, you must reschedule your appointment for a future date: Fever, fatigue, cough, shortness of breath, gastro-intestinal symptoms (diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, or stomach pains), recent loss of smell or taste.
  • Please bring a mask which must be worn in our facilities at all times.
  • Your patience in adhering to new safety protocols.
  • Please feel welcome to communicate any questions that you have to your Total Vision Care practice associates.

In addition, we will continue to monitor CDC, WHO, governmental, and optometric associations guidelines and make changes as appropriate to protect our community. Thank you so much for your continued support of our practices. We appreciate your patience throughout this process and for trusting us with your eyecare needs.

The Total Vision Care Family of Eyecare Professionals