Dr. Quan is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in Philadelphia. He has been in practice for over 30 years. He is a member of the American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Management. He has many years of experience in fitting “hard to fit” contact lens patients. He is also board certified to treat eye diseases, allergies, inflammation. He is also experienced in managing computer vision problems and doing orthokeratology (non-surgical vision correction).
Dr. Chang obtained her Bachelor degree from the University of California at Berkeley in 1995, and her Doctorate degree from the State University of New York, College of Optometry in 2000. She completed her externship at Northport V.A. Medical Center in Long Island, New York. Dr. Chang was the recipient of the distinguished Wesley-Jessen Contact Lens Award for Clinical Care. Dr. Chang is Board certified in optometry and ocular disease treatment and management.
Dr. Deng obtained her Bachelor degree from the University of California at Los Angeles in 2007, and her Doctorate degree from the Illinois College of Optometry in 2017. She completed her externship at WG Hefner V.A. Medical Center in Kernersville, North Carolina and at Wenzhou Medical College Eye Hospital in Wenzhou, China. Dr. Deng is Board certified in optometry and ocular disease treatment and management, including glaucoma. She has additional interest in orthokeratology and dry eye management.
Our team of dedicated eye health professionals are here to serve you. We combine extensive knowledge in the field of optometry with a passion for helping people solve their vision problems. It is our goal to create a friendly and professional atmosphere that you can rely on for all of your eye health needs. Dr. Chester Quan uses his clinical experience combined with information gleaned from peer-reviewed scientific research to help determine how best to control, not just correct, myopia from an early age. It has been shown that the risk of eye diseases like macular degeneration and glaucoma increase as myopia increases. We can control the progression of myopia, making it possible to minimize risks of eye diseases later in life.