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Welcome to Swan Family Optometry Your Eye Doctor in Fair Oaks

The mission of Swan Family Optometry is to provide comprehensive vision and eye health care with compassion and integrity.  Dr. Swan and her staff are committed to protecting the future of your vision by continually improving their techniques through continuing education and the utilization of the latest in diagnostic technology.

At Swan Family Optometry, we know that you have a choice when it comes to finding the best eye doctor in Fair Oaks. That is why our team is dedicated to providing one-on-one patient care and the most advanced eye health and vision correction services to patients of all ages. Dr. Elisabeth Swan has been practicing optometry since 1991 and has a knowledgeable and experienced support staff in place to help make sure our team is always meeting your needs. With years of combined experience and a wide range of eye care services available, we are your full-service optometrist in Fair Oaks!

What to Expect: Your First Visit with Swan Family Optometry

As your choice Fair Oaks optometrist, we want to make sure each visit to our office is comfortable and informative for each patient. Whether you’ve scheduled a routine eye exam or you need help finding the right pair of contact lenses to fit your busy lifestyle, we’ve got you covered!

Eye Exam

We are proud to offer comfortable and comprehensive eye exams for patients of all ages. During this time our Fair Oaks eye doctor will ask about your health history, speak with you about any eye health or vision concerns that you may have and conduct a routine eye exam. Please keep in mind, that pupil dilation is necessary for proper examination and can leave the eyes blurry. However, this usually fades after a few hours and most patients feel comfortable driving with sunglasses afterward.

Contact Lenses

Many of our patients are interested in the amazing benefits of contact lenses as a vision correction solution that fits in with their lifestyle needs and budget. In fact, fitting contact lenses is a big part of what we do as your local optometrist in Fair Oaks. To determine whether contact lenses will work for you, our eye doctor will first perform a comprehensive eye exam. If you are a good candidate, we will then discuss your different fit and style options in detail.

We are happy to offer a wide variety of contact lens options to meet the many needs of our patients. Some of the popular styles we carry include:

  • Daily disposable lenses
  • Weekly disposable lenses
  • 30- day extended wear lenses
  • Cosmetic or costume lenses
  • Gas Permeable Lenses
  • Hybrid Lenses

Schedule an Appointment with Our Fair Oaks Optometrist Today

Welcoming, enthusiastic and experienced, the team at Swan Family Optometry is excited to be your full-service eye doctor in Fair Oaks. Our dedication to providing each patient with the highest quality of care and the most advanced services available is what set our team apart from the rest.

With over 25 years of experience, Dr. Elisabeth Swan is your choice Fair Oaks eye doctor. Are you ready to see the difference with our experienced and knowledgeable team? 916-966-6080 or visit us Swan Family Optometry online today to schedule an appointment. 

Exclusive Offer

New private-pay patients receive 25% OFF eyewear on the first visit if you mention this ad!

Office Hours


9:00 am-4:00 pm


10:00 am-5:45 pm


8:30 am-6:45 pm


8:30 am-6:45 pm


8:30 am-5:45 pm


9:00 am-1:45 pm





  • "Very professional, thorough, helpful, informative and friendly. Great service. Highly recommend."
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