Family Eye Care

Welcome to the Swan Family Optometry!

We are located in beautiful Fair Oaks, just Northeast of Sacramento, CA. Swan Family Optometry provides professional eye exam and vision testing for your whole family. From toddlers to seniors, we are here for all your eye care needs. We have a caring and experienced team of optometrists and staff that provide a variety of family eye care services to the Fair Oaks area.

Welcome to the Swan Family Optometry!

Pediatrics Eye Care

As the saying goes, "family comes first", and with that, so does your family’s eye health. Sometimes kids are nervous about going to the doctor, and eye doctors are no different. Here at Swan Family, our inclusion of pediatrics in the eye care we offer in Fair Oaks makes every visit fun and comfortable for all ages. Finding eye problems in children is sometimes disheartening. Children may feel wearing glasses is embarrassing or a hassle, but unfortunately eye issues like blurry vision and astigmatisms may start as early as the first years of school.  However, not being able to see correctly in school can cause children to fall behind in their studies. To help with the labors of fitting in, and preventing any academic or social problems, Swan Family Optometry offers a wide range of classy and fashionable frames, including the option of contact lenses. 

Family Optometrist in Fair Oaks

An annual eye exam is needed by more than just developing eyes.  Everyone from children to seniors ought to have their eyes examined at least once a year both to rule out any creeping help and vision problems and to update prescriptions of eyeglasses or contacts.  Seniors are especially vulnerable, as many eye diseases, such as age related macular degeneration and glaucoma, occur primarily in those over the age of 40 or 60.  We at Swan Family Optometry provide the best care available to all of our patients, regardless of how old they are, or what stage of life they’re in.  

Come See Us in Fair Oaks, CA!

Here at San Family Optometry, we provide a comprehensive eye exam and vision testing for eye care health to the whole family. Our Optometrist in Fair Oaks, CA, will make your time with us comfortable and painless. Make an appointment with our office by calling 916-966-6080. For more information about what we can do for your family eye care, explore our website, We look forward to your call.

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