At Beach Eye Medical Group in Huntington Beach, our aim is to help you enjoy the clearest vision possible. From routine eye exams and prescription eyewear to specialized care, our team of eye care professionals offers the highest quality care in Orange County and Southern California. Our group has well over 100 years of combined experience in diagnosing, managing, and treating a wide variety of eye conditions including cataract, glaucoma, diabetes, macular degeneration, dry eyes, keratoconus, conjunctivitis, flashes and floaters, and blepharitis.
Whether you have a common refractive error or a more serious eye condition such as glaucoma or macular degeneration, you can trust our team to deliver the most appropriate and sophisticated treatment available.
The routine eye exam is an important part of any health maintenance plan. A comprehensive exam and vision check allows your regular eye doctor to monitor changes in vision, as well as identify any potential problems early on. We advise our adult patients to schedule an eye exam every two years, but the recommended frequency of an eye check will depend on your individual medical history and age. In general, young children and aging adults should have their eyes checked more frequently than adults aged 20-40.Read More
A cataract is a lens condition that primarily affects individuals over the age of 60. If your vision is clouded due to cataracts, there are measures that can be taken to improve your sight. Once your cataracts have been properly diagnosed, our eye doctors can recommend a customized treatment to help you regain your quality of life.Read More
Vision correction with laser eye surgery (LASIK) is a popular long-term solution for those with refractive errors (nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism). Refractive errors occur due to an imprecise shape of the cornea, the transparent layer in front of the eye that is responsible for focusing light on to the retina. LASIK modifies the shape of the cornea so that it accurately focuses light, enabling a sharp image to be produced. For those who would like to eliminate or minimize their dependency on prescription eyewear or contact lenses, LASIK is a safe and effective option.Read More
Our optical boutique in Beach Eye Medical Group offers the latest designer eyeglasses and contact lenses to our patients. Choose from designer frames from Dior, Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Vera Wang and more.Read More
The Beach Eye Medical Group cosmetic center offers cosmetic eye surgeries performed by our oculoplastic surgeon, Dr. Wenjing Liu, MD. Our most popular cosmetic procedures include blepharoplasty, droopy eyelid surgery, Botox and Latisee.Read More
At Beach Eye Medical Group, our eye doctors perform standard cataract surgery, laser cataract surgery, and custom cataract surgery. As leading cataract specialists, our doctors use the most advanced techniques and best-designed intraocular lenses (IOLs) to achieve outstanding results. Our state-of-the-art facilities ensure patient comfort and safety.
Why choose Beach Eye Medical Group for your eye care needs? Our eye doctors are committed to bringing the latest knowledge and technologies to the Beach Eye Medical Group practice. We have been serving Southern California residents for over 35 years and, collectively, our doctors bring decades of experience to our patients.
I had a great experience with Beach Eye Medical Group. I had been recently diagnosed with early stages of cataracts, and was referred to this group by my Primary Care Physician. I fully expected a surgery pitch for lasik, however; much to my surprise, Dr. Shah said that; yes, I do have early stage cataracts, but they are not the reason that my vision has deteriorated rapidly that is because my eyes are extremely dry. He asked if I had any environmental changes over the last 1.5 years (when they went from bad to worse quickly) and I couldn’t think of anything. He then asked if I had changed jobs, which I had. He asked if I sit and stare at a computer all day, which I do… He asked if the office was cold. It is. He told me to use artificial tears, run a humidifier, and take omega 3s, and he’d see me in 4-6 weeks. If that didn’t work, he’d do a very simple procedure to plug a tear duct, and so on. He also explained that clearing up my dry eyes, would likely require a different prescription and that basically I’m looking at the world through smudged glasses.
I’ve already gone back down from a 3.75 reader to a 2.25.