Photograph
Photograph
Photograph
Photograph

You are at Focus Eye Health and Vision Care’s new website.

We want you to know we understand eye care extremely well, just as you’d expect, but we also understand the eye business. So we won’t bamboosal you with terms like Acanthamoeba Keratitis, CMV Retinitis, Orthokeratology, Keratonacus, etc. We will talk to you like real people not doctors, with easy to manage terms.

We also take utter pride in providing excellent care for you as a patient foremost, but also as a customer and a friend. This can be extremely rare in health care today but we’d like to think you will find it a refreshing change. Finding people who care.

Be Our Friend
Keep up to Date

Need More Contact Lenses?

It is important to have fresh contacts when you need them. Don’t be left high and dry with itchy sore eyes. If you are here now, why not get them so you don’t need to think about this little chore again!

I would Like to Order more Contacts

Our Favourite Designer Eyewear

We offer a large selection of designer frames and sunglasses and carry the latest European and American designer eyewear collections in a variety of styles, colors and materials including titanium, stainless steel + plastic.

See Our Fashion Eyewear

What Our Patients Like to Say...

What's New + Special Dates

Back to School

The new school year is coming up fast, and parents and students are getting ready to embark on new adventures and experiences....

The Dangers of Blue Light and What You Can Do

We are privileged to live in an advanced age at the turn of the 21st century. Electronic devices are everywhere in our...

We Are Doctors, First & Foremost

Doctor photo

Dr. Jennifer Capstick, F.A.A.O

License #OA 6460  OM 1127 I grew up in East Brunswick, NJ with a passion for food and cooking and at a very young age decided I wanted to be a chef.  As I got older that passion still existed but I also developed a love of sciences, mostly biology. ...
Doctor photo

Matt Esperon, O.D.

Matt Esperon, O.D. LIC #27 OA 6032 I am often asked by my patients about how I became interested in optometry as a career.  My answer is always, "bad eyes."   I grew up in Hacienda Heights, CA, which is about a half hour from Los Angeles.  I began wearing...
Photograph
Photograph
Photograph