Eye Issues & Diseases


Age-Related Macular Degeneration Benefits Immensely From

Early Detection & Treatment. Visit Us Today

Visit Our Expert Optometrists at Our Fullerton Office

Age-related macular degeneration – aka, AMD – is a serious, vision-threatening eye disease that affects millions of Americans. It is progressive and seemingly unavoidable, making an AMD diagnosis an uncomfortable and uncertain experience.

We’re here to help guide you through the next steps.

With Early Detection & Proper Management, We Are 95% More Likely to Preserve Your Vision

When assessing most eye diseases, a common influence towards a positive outcome is the early detection of the disease. Diseases like AMD, glaucoma, and diabetic retinopathy (for those who live with diabetes) can creep up completely unexpectedly. Due to how we perceive vision, we often don’t notice the subtle changes that an eye disease makes until our vision has already been affected.

At Allred Family Eye Care, our focus is to closely monitor the health of your eye (via regularly scheduled comprehensive eye exams) to ensure that we are proactive in detecting and treating AMD.

Your Partners in Managing Macular Degeneration

Accurate in-depth eye exams

AMD management experts

The types of AMD

Treating AMD

Cataracts Are the Leading Cause of Vision Loss in America.

Visit Us so We Can Assess Yours.
Providing Comprehensive Cataract Exams in Fullerton

The majority of Americans develop some level of cataracts in their lifetime. For most, cataracts came part in parcel with age. For others, external factors or associated diseases have accelerated the process.

A common perception is that with cataracts comes resignation and acceptance for dulled vision and muted colors. Today, this is no longer the case: if your cataracts are impacting your life and inhibiting your ability to live and work, cataract removal surgery may be an an option.

A Safe & Effective Treatment

A comprehensive eye exam is required to determine your surgical candidacy. Please request an appointment to meet with one of our Optometrists.

Diagnosing & Managing Cataracts

Cataract treatment without surgery

Determining if you are a qualified candidate for surgery

How surgery is performed

Choosing an intraocular lens (IOL)

What to expect from cataract removal surgery

We Will Diagnose & Treat Your Conjunctivitis

(Pink Eye)


Visit Us in Fullerton for Fast Diagnosis & Treatment

Just about everyone has some level of first-hand experience with conjunctivitis. More commonly referred to as “pink eye” (or sometimes, “red eye”), conjunctivitis is a common condition with multiple causes.

Certain forms of pink eye – namely, pathogenic pink eye – are quite contagious. If you or your child has pink eye, we recommend visiting us for a proper diagnosis. Once we have determined the cause of your pink eye, we will be able to provide treatment for its symptoms to improve your comfort.

Treating Your Conjunctivitis Symptoms
Appropriate treatment for conjunctivitis depends entirely on its cause. If your pink eye symptoms are persisting or causing significant discomfort, request an appointment to meet with an Optometrist.

Diagnosing & Treating Pink Eye

How pink eye is diagnosed

Treating pink eye

Causes and types of conjunctivitis

Symptoms of conjunctivitis

Diabetes Can Have Serious Implications For Your

Eye Health. When Was Your Last Eye Exam?


Diabetes is a game changer. It changes many things, including how often you should have your eyes examined. People living with diabetes are at greater risk for several eye diseases, including vision-threatening diseases like glaucoma and cataracts.

But perhaps the most famous of eye diseases is diabetic retinopathy, a disease that causes millions of people with diabetes to lose some – and occasionally, all – of their visual acuity.

Have Your Eyes Examined Annually

Your eye health is important to your overall quality of life. If you have diabetes, ensure you schedule annual eye exams and dilation (unless otherwise directed by an Optometrist). Detecting signs of changes in your eye health early improves your odds of successful and long-lasting management of diabetic disease by over 95%.

What to Expect During Your Eye Exam

Eye exams for people with diabetes go into a little more depth than a standard eye exam. Your eyes will be dilated, allowing us to see more clearly into your eye.

About dilated eye exams

What are we looking for?

Diabetic retinopathy

Diabetic macular edema

We can help you determine if your experience with floaters is a cause for concern


Concerned About Flashes or Floaters? Visit Us in Fullerton for a Comprehensive Eye Exam.

Almost everyone has seen or will see floaters at some point in their lives. These ubiquitous “squiggly lines in our eye fluid” (to quote a very famous animated baby) are a normal part of aging and generally not something to be concerned about.

However, like all things, a change in floater size or quantity warrants investigation from your friendly neighborhood Optometrist. While floaters are most often found to be benign, a sudden influx of new floaters can be a sign of a developing eye disease or condition that requires treatment.

Float on Into our Fullerton Office for an Eye Exam

If you want to get your floaters checked out, come visit us for a comprehensive eye exam. During the eye exam we will check for…

Signs of developing eye disease

Changes to your aqueous humour

Trauma and injury

Let's talk about eye flashes (or "flashers")

Why get an exam?

We Are Glaucoma Diagnosis, Treatment & Management Experts. Visit Us in Fullerton.


We Are Your Partners in Great

Eye Health

A glaucoma diagnosis can be scary, especially if you aren’t sure of what to expect or what the potential implications for your vision could be. At Allred Family Eye Care, we recognize how important working together to manage and treat your case of glaucoma really is.

Together, we will create a plan that manages and controls the development of glaucoma, minimizing its impact on your eyes and preserving as much visual acuity as possible.

It Starts With an Eye Exam

In order for us to provide you the appropriate advice and treatment path, we need to ensure we have up to date information on your eye health. The first step in any glaucoma management initiative is to undergo an initial comprehensive eye exam– this information is critical in informing our next steps.

Managing & Treating Glaucoma

Diagnosing glaucoma

Managing and treating glaucoma

Causes signs and symptoms

Types of glaucoma

Our Services Provide Solutions

To Your Eye Care Needs 

Adult Eye Exam

Annual eye exams are a must for every family member. Allowing you to correct vision issues and catch serious conditions before they develop.

Contact Lense 

Need new contacts? Looking to switch from glasses? We’ll get you the right prescription and the right fit for vision and comfort.

Children's Eye Care

Did you know that 25% of school-age children need some level of vision correction? For a child going to school, having proper vision is a must.

Senior Eye Exam

As we age we need to be more aware of certain changes in our bodies: we can’t move as quickly as we used to, and we can’t see as well, either.

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Easy To Find & Convenient Hours


Monday        8:00AM-5PM
Tuesday       10:00AM-7PM
Wednesday  8:00AM-5PM
Thursday      7:00AM-4PM
Friday            8:0AM-5PM
Closed Christmas Day & New Years Day