Appointments: (530) 527-9242


An Optometric Practice

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About Us

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Why Choose Us

 Red Bluff Vision Center makes your eye care our top--and only--priority. 

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How We Can Help You

Welcome!

My staff and I are dedicated to meeting all of your vision care needs. We provide caring, comprehensive, full scope service that combines VIP treatment with state of the art technology.


¡Bienvenidos!
Estamos dedicados a satisfacer todas sus necesidades de la visión. Ofrecemos un servicio de cuidado integral que combina el tratamiento VIP con el estado de la tecnología de punta.
Si desea una atención personalizada de la visión, o si usted tiene necesidades especiales visuales, por favor, no dude en llamar a nuestra oficina. 530.527.9242.

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See the Difference

On our website, you can meet our team of eyecare professionals, visit our boutique, read testimonials, and learn about the many lens options available. In addition, you can find information about our wide range of services: Comprehensive Eyecare, Optomap Retinal Imaging, Customized Spectacle Prescriptions, and Specialized Contact Lens Fitting.

We accept: VSP, MEDICARE, SIERRA PACIFIC, AND MORE!! 

Call to reserve your appointment today, 530.527.9242.

If you want personalized vision care, or if you have special visual needs, you have come to the right place. We look forward to taking care of you.

Our Services

EYE EXAM

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At Red Bluff Vision Center, we care about your eyes.  We want you to have the best eye care possible.

Optos

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Your retina (located in the back of your eye) is the only place in the body where blood vessels can be seen directly. This means that in addition to eye conditions, signs of other diseases (for example, stroke, heart disease, hypertension and diabetes) can also be seen in the retina.Early signs of these conditions can show on your retina long before you notice any changes to your vision or feel pain. While eye exams generally include a look at the front of the eye to evaluate health and prescription changes, a thorough screening of the retina is critical to verify that your eye is healthy.


Boutique

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Come in and browse our boutique.  We have a large selection of spectacles for you to choose from.


Our Team

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Dr. Aurora Barriga

 Our goal is to treat our patients as we would treat our families. We offer high-quality, friendly service in a professional, yet fun-loving atmosphere. My team and I are excited to help with all your vision care needs! 

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Shelley

 As Office Manager I make sure our patients are treated like family and have a good experience in our office.

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Laura

 Most days, I work in the back office making sure all the bills get paid. When the receptionist is away from the front desk I am happy to cover for her and greet everyone when they come in to see us. It's always nice to be out front where the action is, and be able to greet our patients face to face. 

Our Team

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Yendy

As the Doctor's Assistant you will see me during the pretesting and when I take the Optos Retinal Photos.  

As the front desk receptionist, I really enjoy seeing all our new and familiar faces.

Alicia

My name is Alicia and I work as the front desk receptionist. I really enjoy seeing all our new and familiar faces that come though our doors, and getting to know each one of you. Some days you may even find me in our Boutique, helping with all your eyewear needs. I’m a big sports mom! I love fishing, being outdoors and most importantly spending time with my family.

OUR TEAM

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Jana

I will be the one helping you pick out your glasses!  I will make sure your glasses look and fit great!

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Maria

My name is Maria Hillen. I have currently been working for Red Bluff Vision for over a year! I work on the boutique side, helping patients find the perfect frames. Then, I walk them through the best lens style and design. I love when my patients come back in and tell me how much they love their glasses!! Red Bluff is my home town. I have lived here since I was 5 years old, and I love being outdoors Geocaching with my kids!

OUR BOUTIQUE

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We are ready to serve your Optical needs.

Let us help you pick the right options for you!

We offer traditional frames, fun frames, frames with bling and many more.  Come in and look around!!!

POPULAR BRANDS

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Jimmy Choo

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Swarovski

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TIPS AND MORE INFORMATION

DO YOU HAVE DRY EYES?

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Try answering the following questions and see if you are you experiencing Dry Eyes!  

1) Have you been using artificial tears for a long time?  

2) Have you tried many types of artificial tears?  

3) Are you using artificial tears often?  

4) Do you feel like your use of artificial tears has increased over time?  

4) Are your dry eyes affecting your daily activities?

TIPS FOR TRAVELING

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  1. Put your contact information on your eyeglass case so it can be returned to you. 
  2. Bring an extra pair of contact lenses or glasses in case you lose, tear or break your own. It is often difficult to find an optometrist quickly while away from home.
  3. Wear glasses, instead of contact lenses while in flight. The air in the cabin space can make your eyes feel dry and scratchy.
  4. Bring wetting drops for moisturizing your eyes while on the plane (especially on long flights). The drops will also be useful if you are in a dusty environment, such as mountain biking on dirt roads.

Contact lens information

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Applying: Step by Step.

Step 1: Thoroughly wash and dry your hands with soap and a clean towel.

Step 2: Rinse your lens with solution to remove any trace of debris. (If you are using a 

  new lens simply take them out of the package, no solution needed.) 

Step 3: Place the lens on the tip of your index finger. Be sure the lens is in correct position. (bowl shape 

on tip of finger.) 

Step 4: Use your other hand to hold your upper eyelid so you won’t blink.

Step 5: Pull down your lower eyelid with the other fingers of your applying hand.

Step 6: Look into mirror to see you are centered in eye then look up at the ceiling and gently place the

lens on the lower part of your eye.

Step 7: Slowly release your eyelid and close your eye for a moment.

Step 8: Blink several times to center the lens. You’re all set.

Step 9: If your lens feels uncomfortable, remove it and inspect for damage, debris, or incorrect 

position. If it’s damaged, discard it. Otherwise, rinse with more solution and reapply.

  

Removing: Step by Step.

Step 1: Thoroughly wash and dry your hands with soap and a clean towel.

Step 2: Look up at the ceiling and pull down your lower eye lid.

Tip: To avoid mixing up your lenses, always apply (and remove) them in the same order.

Step 3: Bring your index finger close to your eye until you touch the lower edge of the lens.

Step 4: Slide the lens down to the lower white part of your eye.

Step 5: Gently squeeze the lens between your thumb and index finger and remove it.

Step 6: Remove the other lens following the same procedure.

 


Contact lens training video

SPECIALS

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Our upcoming special will be posted here.  More to come soon!!!!  Keep yours eyes on us.

MORE INFORMATION

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OPTHALMIC LENS DESIGN

Single Vision: Single vision lenses are used to correct distance or near vision only.

Progressive Lenses: This lens is the most benefical for your need for multiple focuses. It contains uninterrupted vision ranging from distance all the way down to the reading area. The prescription gradually changes throughout a "channel" from distance to near.

Computer Lenses: This lens is used for extensive computer use that allows you to focus on the computer screen and the desk work with more edge clarity and with less strain on your neck. An HEV anti-reflective coating will enhance comfort even more.

Bifocal Lenses: Bifocal lenses are used to correct vision at distance near when single vision no longer provides clear vision at all distances.

Trifocal Lenses: Trifocal lenses correct for three focal points; distance, intermediate and near. This style of lens has two lines that distinguish distance on the top portion, middle segment for the intermediate and bottom segment for the reading.

OPTHALMIC LENS MATERIALS

Plastic: This lens is also called CR-39 and is very lightweight compared to the traditional glass lens. Good scratch resistant coatings are available that reduce scratching dramatically.

Trivex: Trivex is the lightest material available. While it is impact resistant like Polycarbonate, it offers much clearer optics. Trivex absorbs 100% of UV rays.

Hi-Index Plastic: This is the lightest & thinnest plastic lens available. This lens is 25% lighter than conventional plastic and is scratch resistant. These lenses are to be cleaned and handled like the plastic lenses.

Polycarbonate: Polycarbonate lenses are thinner and lighter than plastic lenses of comparable power. They are more impact resistant than  CR-39 plastic. These lenses effectively filter out 98% of the ultraviolet light. Because of the great impact resistance, these are the lenses of choice for sports or safety.

Transitions: Transitions everyday lenses are designed to be worn indoors and outdoors in place of ordinary clear lenses. They automatically adapt to changing light conditions, darkening outdoors. They are available in gray and brown and block 100% UV rays.

Vantage: Transitions Vantage Lenses are a brand new technology. Vantage lenses provide variable tint plus VARIABLE POLARIZATION. As the lens gets darker in the sun, the lens gets more polarized to help sharpen your vision. All this, and is virtually clear, worn indoors as an everyday lens.

Hi-Index Glass: This material is used when a patient insists on having glass lenses. It is thinner than conventional glass lenses. This type of lens does not offer as many options as plastic or hi-index lenses.

Glass: This is one of the oldest types of lens materials. It is highly resistant to scratches and thus very durable. They are available in clear or photochromatic. This is the heaviest material.

HOURS

Monday - Thursday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Friday 8:30 to 1:30

Closed for lunch Monday - Thursday 1:00 to 2:00


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Red Bluff Vision Center

Red Bluff, California 96080, United States

(530) 527-9242

Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Friday:  8:30 am - 1:30 pm

Closed for lunch:   Monday - Thursday                                                                                         1:00 to 2:00

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed              

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