Welcome to Yorba Linda Optometry & Beyond

Located on the corner of Imperial Hwy & Bastanchury Rd

17451 Bastanchury Rd Suite 104 C-1

 714-961-2020 

Our Vision is That You Will Love Your Vision


At Yorba Linda Optometry & Beyond, Dr. Marran O.D. Ph.D looks beyond 20/20 when examining your eyes.

Find out if you or your child have an undiagnosed Vision Disorder! Take this  QUALITY OF LIFE SURVEY

In addition to finding just the right glasses or Contact Lens prescription for clear comfortable vision at all viewing distances,  Dr. Marran also offers a free screening for dry eye and provides a money back guarantee on its holistic treatment. Click here for more information on Dry Eye.

For children and young adults, Dr. Marran always screens for conditions that can interfere with learning such as  eye focusing, eye tracking and eye teaming skills. Eye strain, headaches, double vision, struggling in school, slow to read or avoidance of reading, are all symptoms of correctable vision problems. Vision therapy can change your or your child's life. Click here to learn more about Vision Therapy.

And before prescribing a child a pair of glasses to help that child see clearly at distances, Dr. Marran carefully examines the cause of the nearsightedness and offers choices that will reduce future myopia progression or eliminate the need for glasses entirely. Headaches, blur after near work, eye strain, eye rubbing, are symptoms that are better corrected with visual hygiene, specialized lenses, multi-focal contact lens, low dose atropine instead of standard eye glasses Click here for additional information on Myopia Control.

We invite you to browse our website and learn more about the Beyond in Yorba Linda Optometry & Beyond!


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Office Hours

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Monday:

2:00 pm-6:45 pm

Tuesday:

1:00 pm-6:45 pm

Wednesday:

1:00 pm-6:45 pm

Thursday:

1:00 pm-6:45 pm

Friday:

1:00 pm-6:45 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "“I have seen so much growth in Kayla. She appears much less frustrated and seems more able to cope with frustrating situations. Last year she could not connect the dots to make a triangle to now being able to draw and microscope and it's parts from the board. She enjoys reading now and is doing adult connect the dot books. We used to spend hours on homework which was often not done correctly--to going to school all day and then math tutoring for an hour with no problems. She still struggles with reading and spelling, but on her last report card got all A's and 1B. She feels that the vision therapy has helped her be more successful in life (softball, school, etc). My personnel feeling is that Kayla's vision problems created a feeling of chaos or loss of control---she struggled with trying to control her life in a chaotic situation. Now she can make sense of the world visually, she is less angry, less stressed and feels more successful in life. Thank you for everything!”"
    Dr. Camille Reineke PhD Pyschologist

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