While you wait we will repair your broken frames or lenses. You do not have to ship out glasses to be repaired, which can take days, if not weeks. Lifetime Optometry is the only optometrist in Corona that has a laboratory within their own building to customize and repair eyeglass frames.
Lifetime Optometry wants your visit to be a pleasant one. We take great care in our exams to provide you with comfort, convenience and care for your eyes. We offer professional, comprehensive eye exams for adults and children, testing for glaucoma, astigmatism and other common and not so common symptoms. Our attention is not on getting you out so we can get to another patient, but rather, to care for your eyes as we would our own.
Lifetime Optometry works with Dr. Thomas S. Tooma, M.D. Dr. Tooma's experience in performing Laser Vision Correction places him among the top five LASIK surgeons (in terms of procedures performed) in the western United States. He has performed over 60,000 refractive surgeries.
Astigmatism is a common irregularity in the cornea of the eye that distorts vision. Instead of seeing perfectly round, spherical shapes, the cornea is elongated or "flattened" like a football, and the images that should appear round look streched. About half of the people in the U.S. who need correction have astigmatism.
Glaucoma is an eye disorder that results when pressure inside the eye exceeds what the optic nerve can withstand. This pressure, if left untreated, can permanently damage the optic nerve causing progressively serious vision impairment. It is the leading cause of blindness in the United States.
Regular eye exams are the best way to find out if you have glaucoma. Eye exams offer the best chance for early diagnosis, as there are no symptoms of glaucoma until the disease is well advanced and irriversible damage has occurred.
Lifetime Optometry uses the most gentle and modern equipment to measure the pressure within your eye, and there's no puff of air procedure involved.