Dr. Larry Harrison, Optometrist - Marin's Family Eye Doctor
Located in downtown San Anselmo and serving all of Marin County, including
Fairfax, Ross, Greenbrea, Kentfield, Corte Madera and Mill Valley
Call 415-747-8191 to schedule your Eye Exam with our Doctor Contact Us!
During your eye exam, we will want to know about your family eye history and your own personal health history as many general health conditions reflect themselves in the eye like high blood pressure and diabetes. Also, many medications you may take can have ocular side effects like dry eyes.
Whether it is a yearly routine examination or you needing specific issues with your vision resolved, Dr. Larry Harrison will thoroughly examine the health of your eyes and determine your best prescription and discuss with you the various vision options available to you.
Royce Kakar, Optician, is expert at listening to your needs and bringing his 16 years of experience in offering you style changes that improve comfort and appearance. After your eyewear arrives, Royce takes pride in making sure your new glasses are perfectly adjusted and totally comfortable. Of course, you may always return for follow up adjustments without an appointment whenever you may need.
San Anselmo Optometry utilizes state of the art equipment during your eye examination. Use of an auto-refractor, a computerized instrument that determines 98 percent of your correction without any response from you, helps make determining your eyeglass prescription or contact lens prescription quicker, easier and more accurate.
Discussing your eye examination findings and your particular needs together helps focus on possible options for your eyes and vision.
We feel it is very important to take the time to explore your particular vision needs and offering recommendations on how your vision could be optimized.
At every eye exam, Dr. Larry Harrison checks for all eye diseases and conditions like glaucoma, cataracts, dry eye and macular degeneration. Most eye conditions are much easier to help with early detection and yearly exams. For instance , about one half of all retinal detachments are preventable by detecting and laser treating tiny retinal holes that often can be detected ahead of time.