Welcome to Sorrento Valley Optometric Center
Since 1997, our optometrist in San Diego, CA, has provided comprehensive eye services that will enhance your vision and improve your health. We utilize skill, knowledge, and expertise to deliver an unmatched service experience that leaves you happy and impressed. Contact our eye office today when you need eye exams, glasses, contact, and more.
Why Work With Our Optometrist?
Marvin Weitzman, OD, studied at the Los Angeles College of Optometry, graduating in 1966. From 1968-1970, he served in the US Army where he gained experience and insight into the best ways to help people with their vision.
Dr. Weitzman is certified in the treatment of external ocular diseases and has deep knowledge of the latest laser surgery procedures and technologies.
Along with his knowledge, Dr. Weitzman brings a caring, patient, and friendly personality that puts patients at ease. He and his team always love meeting new patients and are dedicated to helping you improve your eyes.
Our Optometric Services Include:
- Contact lenses
- Safety glasses
- RX drive googles
- Hunting glasses
- Eye exams
- Eye infections
- Recreational glasses
- Blue light blocking glasses
Contact Our Optometrist Office
Whether you need comprehensive eye exams, new designer glasses, or more powerful contact lenses, we're ready to help.
Contact our eye office in San Diego, CA, at (858) 558-0606 today to schedule an appointment with our team. We look forward to working with you!
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Shamir has embarked on an extensive research project using methods of Big Data and elements of Artificial Intelligence. They examined the visual behavior and preferences of presbyopes of all ages, by taking into account their Visual Age™. (Visual Age™ refers to the physiological age of the eye (the required addition) and is generally correlated with the patient’s chronological age.) They have learned that we use use the parts of a progressive lens differently based on the strength of the reading portion of the lens.