New Patient Center

Swan Family Optometry: Your Eye Doctor in Fair Oaks

Welcome to Our New Patient Center

With over 25 years of experience working in optometry, Dr. Elisabeth Swan and her team are proud to be your choice eye doctor in Fair Oaks. As a graduate of Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove, Oregon, Dr. Swan opened her Fair Oaks optometrist practice in 2001. Welcoming, enthusiastic and knowledgeable, our team is dedicated to providing the most comprehensive eye health and vision care services to patients of all ages in the greater Fair Oaks area.

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Your First Appointment with Our Optometrist in Fair Oaks

At Swan Family Optometry, we are happy to provide comprehensive eye and vision care services to patients of all ages. From toddlers to senior citizens and every family member in between, we believe that preventative and routine eye exams are the cornerstone of good eye health.

Initial Consultation

With routine eye exams, our Fair Oaks eye doctor can catch common eye health conditions early on and help make sure that your vision correction needs are met through every important life stage you encounter. During your initial eye exam and consultation in our offices, Dr. Swan and her team will ask questions about any vision issues or eye health symptoms you may be experiencing. We will also ask about your work and lifestyle, your overall health, family history and any previous eye conditions.

Eye & Vision Exams

To make sure you have the clearest vision possible, regular eye and vision exams are very important. During this time, Dr. Swan will ask you to complete a vision acuity test, measure how each eye sees with wall and reading charts and test your vision with the use of different lenses. She will also test your eyes responsiveness to light, color vision, depth perception and more. If necessary, our team will then recommended eyeglasses, contacts or eye exercises to help improve your vision.

Additional Eye and Vision Services Available from Our Fair Oaks Optometrist

To better meet the many needs of our patients in Fair Oaks, the team at Swan Family Optometry provides a wide range of eye and vision services.

Eyeglasses and Sunglasses

At Swan Family Optometry, we know that your glasses are much more than a vision necessity but they are a great fashion accessory as well! Our experienced Fair Oaks eye doctor is happy to help you find the perfect pair of eyeglasses or sunglasses to fit your face, lifestyle needs and budget!

Contact Lenses

We are happy to fit contacts for a variety of patients and offer a wide range of lens choices, including:

  • Daily Disposable Lenses
  • 30-Day Extended Wear Lenses
  • Gas Permeable Lenses
  • Cosmetic and Costume Lenses
  • Hybrid Lenses
  • And More!

Come See the Difference at Swan Family Optometry

Are you ready to schedule your initial consultation and eye exam with Dr. Swan and begin on the path to better eye health and clearer vision? Call  916-966-6080 or visit our optometrist in Fair Oaks 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

Monday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-5:45 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-6:45 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-6:45 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-5:45 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-1:45 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Location

Testimonials

  • "Very professional, thorough, helpful, informative and friendly. Great service. Highly recommend."
    A Google User - Fair Oaks, CA

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