Did You Know Eye Exams Detect Not Only Blurry Vision, But Also Can Uncover Serious Health Concerns?

Don't Put it Off, Living Without Perfect Vision is Only Ripping You Off From a World of Full Color & Clarity!

Did You Know Eye Exams Detect Not Only Blurry Vision, But Also Can Uncover Serious Health Concerns?

Don't Put it Off, Living Without Perfect Vision is Only Ripping You Off From a World of Full Color & Clarity!

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Secrets To Great Vision for Life

Here's How We Care For Your Eyes

North Coast Optometry is a full-service comprehensive center for eye health.  Everything from exams to corrective vision products to cataracts and more, we want to be your eye health care professionals for life.  That is why we always care for you as though you are family.  So many people live day to day not even realizing they don't have perfect vision, and when they finally see again, they feel as though a miracle has taken place,  seeing the world new again, with perfect clarity and brightness. 

No matter what your issue, our professionals have a solution.  And the key to eye health is early detection, like in every area of health.  Getting an annual exam is critical in monitoring any small changes that can indicate a deterioration of your vision.  If we detect early, we can offer the least invasive or life-altering solutions, but if left to devolve, your eye health can become a serious problem, costing you in so many ways. 

Start by setting up your initial exam, we'll use our state-of-the-art equipment to get a complete comprehensive picture of your eyes, your health and your vision.  Once we have a baseline in your records, each exam can be compared to the last, and we'll catch anything right away.  Hopefully all your exams are preventative and will pass with flying colors, but without an exam, you are flying blind, unaware of changes that can become worse over time. 

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How We Help You & Your Kids Feel Comfortable About an Eye Exam

Our Job is to Create a Comfortable & Relaxed Experience

Many people avoid medical exams of any kind simply out of fear of discomfort or a feeling of stress.  We take that very seriously because avoiding a check-up only harms you, so our #1 job is to create an experience you will not avoid, but will welcome, knowing we are here for your best interests, and you walk out feeling good about an extremely important part of the quality of your life. 

Here is how we take the extra steps to ensure your comfort:

  • Friendly Welcoming Staff | Kid Friendly
  • Comfortable Exam Rooms/Chairs/Facility
  • Caring Doctors with Great Communication
  • Easy-Going but Professional Environment
  • Genuine Care | We Do Care About You
  • State-of-the-Art Equipment | Only The Best
  • Efficient, Fast & Timely | Minimal Waiting
  • No Puff Test | We Use New Technology To Check Your Eye Pressure Comftorably Without It

If we earn your trust with your eyes, we believe you will never regret joining our team.  We'll get to you you, your kids, your kids kids and generations to come.  We are here to stay, and our goal is to help you have lasting, perfect vision for life. 

 

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Eye Services We Offer For The Entire Family  

LOCATED IN OCEANSIDE, CALIFORNIA | Serving All of North County & Beyond | We have clients who drive in from other areas


  •  Comprehensive Eye Exams
  •  Dry Eye Treatments
  •  State-of-the-Art Contacts
  •  Diabetic Eye Care
  •  Hyperopia & Myopia
  •  Glaucoma

  •  Pediatric Eye Care
  •  Scleral Lenses
  •  Macular Degeneration
  •  Consultations for Refractive Surgery
  •  Scleral Lenses
  •  Consultations for Laser Surgery
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    Testimonials for North Coast Optometry

    •   Great and helpful staff!! A team environment for sure!! Dr Rosa was so patient and gentle with my Youngest son Answering all his questions about eyes and the world, I will never go anywhere else! Thanks again Dr.Rosa and all your staff.  

    •   I visited Dr Rosa and his staff in December for my yearly eye exam. Dr Rosa was very professional and completed a very thorough eye exam. I left with a very accurate prescription and was very confident that I was seeing 20/20. I felt completely comfortable asking questions and things were thoroughly explained to me! The staff was very kind and helped me pick out a pair of new glasses, and I was very appreciative of their willingness to share their opinions on which pair looked the best. I Definitely recommend Dr Rosa and the staff here.†  

    •   I recently visited Dr. Rosa at North Coast Optometry and I can say with a doubt this is one of the best optometry offices in Oceanside. From reception to the actual exam, I felt well taken care of. Also, when I didnít see a specific color of a few frames that I liked, they immediately ordered them so I could see them in person before ordering. All around great place!†††
  

    Meet North Coast Optometry

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    Dr. Rosa is a graduate of the prestigious Southern California College of Optometry where he was recently honored to be selected as a mentor to the current students there. Prior to that, he received his bachelor’s degree at Brigham Young University-Idaho. Dr. Rosa meticulously studies the latest and greatest technology in ocular health and vision science and actively uses this knowledge with his patients for the best vision possible. He is fluent in both English and Spanish which allows him to connect with many patients. Dr. Rosa is married and has 3 young adorable children. As a family they love spending time outdoors hiking, camping and playing at the beach. Dr. Rosa’s fun sense of humor and excellent bedside manner make him a hit with all his patients.

     

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    Questions For North Coast Optometry

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    Answered by: Adam
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    I have astigmatism, can I wear contact lenses?

    I am Dr. Adam Rosa at North Coast Optometry, and a question my patients are always asking is "I have a stigmatism, can I wear contact lenses?"

    Answer is:

    1   The answer is YES.

    When soft contact lenses first hit the market 30 years ago they didn't exist for people with astigmatism, but today with advances in technology, they're here and they can really help people who truly need them.

     


    2   These lenses in the industry are referred to as toric lenses and they can help you achieve 20/20 vision in many cases.

    Sometimes for high amounts of astigmatism, it's more helpful to use a hard contact lens rather than a soft contact lens but these days the soft contact lenses rule the market. If you have any other questions about toric lenses for astigmatism, visit our website at www.northcoastoptometry.com.






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    Do I need retinal photographs every year?

    Hello, I'm Dr. Adam Rosa at North Coast Optometry and a question my patients often ask is "do I need retinal photographs every year?"

    Answer is:

    1   The answer is YES. Retinal photographs can be very helpful to achieve every single year.

    The photographs of your retina allow us to uncover things taking place within your eye that are difficult to see without dilation or photography. Things like retinal detachments, macular degeneration, or glaucoma are always seen in retinal photographs. 

    Other health conditions that can affect your entire body are also viewed with rental photographs like diabetes, high blood pressure, and other conditions. Rental photographs are a key component in your doctor's yearly health check and should be taken very seriously for any other questions.

    Visit our website at northcoastoptometry.com.






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    What are multifocal contact lenses?

    I am Dr. Adam Rosa at North Coast Optometry and a question my patients often ask me is what are multifocal contact lenses?

    Answer is:

    1   Multifocal contact lenses are a special type of contact lens that are often worn by people over age 40 and are used to correct, not just distance, but also restore near vision as well.

    These contact lenses will usually achieve very good 20/20 vision both far and near. Although a few people will notice a slight decrease in their clarity at nighttime, which is good to know before putting them on.

    For more information about multifocal contact lenses visit our website at northcoastoptometry.com.






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    How often should I get my eyes checked?

    Hello, I'm Dr. Adam Rosa at North Coast Optometry and a question that I get all the time is "how often should I get my eyes checked?"

    Answer is:

    1   According to the American Optometric Association, most people should have their eyes checked every one to two years.

    There may not be a change in the glasses or contact lens prescription every single year, but this allows us to do an important health check, which allows us to safeguard your most important sense, the sense of sight.

    For more information, visit our website at www.northcoastoptometry.com






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    Updated 11/19/2020 10:01:00 PM

    Whats the difference between expensive and inexpensive glasses frames?

    Hi, I'm Dr. Adam Rosa at North Coast Optometry. Question that everybody has is "what's the difference between expensive and inexpensive glasses frames?".

    Answer is:

    1   The truth is there are several very important differences.

    First, high-quality/high-end frames are always made with titanium or high grade acetate or other materials. That achieved superior fit and can be adjusted to a much more comfortable fit on your face over time. Sturdier materials will last longer as you wear them. Finally they have a better fit and finish so that they pop when you put them on your face.

    Secondly, the craftsmanship is always superior. They're frequently made by hand by artisans who have spent years mastering their trade. Sometimes creating one frame can take days or weeks, and the coloring is often unique from one frame to the next, so that there's no duplicates anywhere else in the world.

    Third, many of these high-end frames license, a brand or a logo that people find attractive. These brands and logos can be costly to license. And that causes the frame to cost a little bit more. There are high quality frames without brands or logos attached to them, but many people associate themselves with a certain brand and like to wear that brand.

    For more information about the difference between high-end and inexpensive frames visit our website at www.northcoastoptometry.com






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    Do blue light blocking lenses actually work?

    Hello, I'm Dr. Adam Rosa at North Coast Optometry and a question I get all the time is "do blue light blocking lenses actually work?"

    Answer is:

    1   The answer is YES. Blue light blocking lenses have become an extremely effective and powerful way to reduce the amount of harmful blue light that enters the eyes.

    Some of the most recent technology updates have created blue light lenses that can block up to 20% of blue light, while still maintaining a clear appearance in the lenses.

    Other types of blue light blocking lenses have a slight yellow tinge to them, but can block even higher amounts of blue light.

    For more information on blocking harmful blue light, visit our website at www.northcoastoptometry.com.






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    Will Scleral Lenses cure keratoconus?

    Hi, I'm Dr. Adam Rosa at North Coast Optometry and one question that I get a lot is "will scleral lenses cure keratoconus?".

    Answer is:

    1   The answer is NO. Scleral lenses cannot cure keratoconus.

    Keratoconus is a condition that can begin as young as nine or 10 years old and will progress up into the mid to late thirties.

    There are some treatment methods on the market today that can stall or slow the progression of keratoconus. Sclera lenses are not one of these methods, but they can help provide clear and comfortable vision as long as we need it. For more information about Scleral lenses or other treatment methods for keratoconus visit our website www.northcoastoptometry.com






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    Will Scleral lenses help keratoconus?

    Hi, I'm Dr. Adam Rosa at North Coast Optometry and a question that I get all the time is "will Scleral lenses help keratoconus?".

     

    Answer is:

    1   Scleral lenses are one of the best ways to achieve clear and comfortable vision with keratoconus.

    An alternative is smaller corneal GP lenses. These lenses are similar in that they're both rigid, but they're much smaller while the insertion process is slightly different. The biggest hurdle with corneal GP lenses is that there's a long adaptation period to getting comfortable with the lens sitting on the eye and many patients don't like that discomfort for the first two weeks of wearing the lens.

    To really decide which lens modality is best for you, consultation with a specialist in Corneal or Scleral lenses is needed.

    For more information regarding Corneal and Scleral lenses please visit our website www.northcoastoptometry.com






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    How do I put on Scleral lenses?

    Hi, I'm dr. Adam Rosa with North coast optometry. And one question that my patients ask me all the time is how do I put on scleral lenses? Scleral lenses require a different insertion technique than any other contact lens. It begins with the use of a tool called a plunger with suctions onto the bottom of this contact lens.

    The lens is then filled with a sterile saline solution. That's preservative free and slowly inserted upwards until it makes contact with the eye. It takes a little bit of practice to learn, but it's well worth the practice. If for more information or any questions, visit our website, www dot North coast.

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    What are Scleral Lenses?

    Hello, my name is Dr. Adam Rosa and I'm an optometrist at North Coast Optometry. One question that my patients ask me a lot is "what are Scleral lenses?"

    Answer is:

    1   Scleral Lenses are contact lenses that are made out of a rigid, but breathable plastic material.

    These lenses are about the same size as soft contact lenses or sometimes slightly larger.

    They're used to treat specific medical conditions like keratoconus or moderate to severe dry eye. These lenses are often covered completely with the correct medical diagnosis, when we bill medical insurances.

    If you have any other questions about Scleral Lenses, visit our website www.northcoastoptometry.com and you can find more information there.






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    What is nearsightedness?

    Hi, I'm Dr. Adam Rosa with North Coast Optometry and a question that I get from my patients all the time is "what is nearsightedness?"

    Answer is:

    1   Nearsightedness is a condition where people can see easily up close, but have much more difficulty seeing far away. The medical term for nearsightedness is myopia.

    According to a recent study done myopia is the most common reason that people wear glasses around the world with over 1.45 billion people diagnosed with myopia every year.

    Myopia can also lead to very severe retinal conditions. If it's a high amount of myopia including retinal tears or detachments, glasses can help with the vision part in clearing up the vision at far distances.

    In order to check for these health conditions an optometrist or ophthalmologist should perform a health check every year.

    For more questions or information about my opiate visit our website www.northcoastoptometry.com






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    What is keratoconus?

    Hello, my name is Dr. Adam Rosa with North Coast Optometry and one question that my patients ask me a lot is "what is keratoconus?"

    Answer is:

    1   Keratoconus is a medical condition that affects the front part of the eye called cornea.

    A normal cornea has a perfectly round shape to it, but an eye with keratoconus will begin to thin with time and create a bulge in the lower half of the cornea.

    The irregular shaped cornea can cause the vision to become distorted and extremely blurry. Oftentimes the only way to correct that vision is by putting a special contact lens on the front surface of the eye. That helps create a more regular surface again.

    For any other questions about keratoconus, visit our website www.northcoastoptometry.com






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    What does farsighted mean?

    Hello, I'm Dr. Adam Rosa with North Coast Optometry and a question my patients ask me all the time is "what is farsighted mean?"

    Answer is:

    1   Farsightedness is a term that describes the ability to see distances relatively easy, but have more difficulty seeing up close. The medical term for farsightedness is hyperopia.

    Patients with hyperopia will sometimes have relatively clear vision most of the time, but experience headaches when they do extended amounts of near work. Other patients may not get the headaches, but will definitely notice the blurry vision up close.

    Patients with farsightedness will benefit from a pair of glasses that can correct their vision and help them achieve not only clarity, but comfort.

    If you have other questions about farsightedness and hyperopia, visit our website www.northcoastoptometry.com.






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    How do blue light blocking lenses work?

    Hello, I'm Dr. Adam Rosa with North Coast Optometry and a question my patients ask me all the time is "how do blue light blocking lenses work?"

    Answer is:

    1   Blue light blocking lenses function by putting a thin coating on the front side of the lens that reflects certain types of blue light while allowing other colors to pass through the lens on hindered.†

    This creates a saving effect that protects our retina, but maintains good color quality.

    Other types of blue light blocking lenses use a yellow tinted lens that absorbs the blue light rather than reflecting it backwards. However, those types of yellow tinted lenses obviously create a yellow tinge to our vision.

    For more information about how blue light blocking lenses work, visit our website at www.northcoastoptometry.com.






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