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Village Optometry | Eye-Catching Glasses & Quality Eye Care in Carlsbad

At Village Optometry, we provide quality local eye care services and vision care products to our valued patients in the Carlsbad area. We are conveniently located near you in Carlsbad, California servicing the Northern San Diego Metro Area. Village Optometry stocks designer eye frames and sunglasses, and contact lenses. We also offer eye exams for the whole family, emergency treatment as well as the management of ocular diseases.

If you've been diagnosed with an eye disease or condition such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, or dry eye syndrome, you may be overwhelmed by the diagnosis and confused about what happens next. Our Carlsbad eye doctor has the answers to your questions.

Village Optometry accepts a number of Insurance plans to help cover the cost depending on your individual needs.

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Our Carlsbad Eye Care Services

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We offer the highest quality eyeglass lenses, lens treatments and designer frames at the best value. Be sure to ask about getting a second pair!

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We have streamlined the exam process, reduced waiting times, and offer retinal scanning technology to allow for better comfort and more accurate results.

Dry Eyes


Dry eye syndrome, also called dry eye disease, can negatively affect your quality of life due to watery, red, irritated eyes.


3 Things That Make Village Optometry Unique

Our trained eye doctor in Carlsbad specializes in understanding how the human eye really works, and getting to know you!


Children should have their eyes examined by a pediatric eye doctor at 6 months old, and then yearly, or as often as your eye doctor recommends.

Looking good is feeling good and that affects your confidence. This is why we take the time to find the best quality brands & styles.


5 Stars from Our Patients
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Dr. Niskanen was very thorough and the overall experience was quick and professional.
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Our Optometrist Specializes in Dry Eye

Dry eye syndrome (DES or dry eye) is a chronic lack of sufficient lubrication and moisture on the surface of the eye. Its consequences range from minor irritation to the inability to wear contact lenses and an increased risk of corneal inflammation and eye infections.

Signs and Symptoms of Dry Eye

Persistent dryness, scratchiness and a burning sensation on your eyes are common symptoms of dry eye syndrome. These symptoms alone may be enough for your eye doctor to diagnose dry eye syndrome. Sometimes, he or she may want to measure the amount of tears in your eyes. A thin strip of filter paper placed at the edge of the eye, called a Schirmer test, is one way of measuring this.

Some people with dry eyes also experience a “foreign body sensation” – the feeling that something is in the eye. And it may seem odd, but sometimes dry eye syndrome can cause watery eyes, because the excessive dryness works to overstimulate production of the watery component of your eye’s tears.

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