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Welcome to Eastgate Optometry Care
Your Optometrist in Garden Grove, CA

Call us at (714) 373-2020 today.

We have the state of the art technology, knowledge and friendly service to ensure that every visit to the optometrist is beneficial and enjoyable.

We take pride in staying up to date on all the newest technology and tools for your vision. We feel that every patient is a member of our family, and offer fashionable eyewear, innovative lens products and comprehensive eye services to every member of your family.

Treating Your Eyes As Our Own

We offer a variety of eye care services to ensure that protecting your vision is easy. We work with every age group, and are happy to see all your children to diagnose problems before they get out of hand. Our services include:

If we notice problems with your eyes during your exam, we come up with a solution and treatment plan that works for you. Our goal is to provide our patients with everything they need to care for their vision with affordable prices and fast, friendly service. The atmosphere in our office is comfortable, relaxed and enjoyable. We know that a visit to the eye doctor can cause anxiety for small children, and we do our best to put you at ease before your exam.

Whether you need eyeglasses, contact lenses, or just the peace of mind that comes from a clean bill of health for your eyes, come to Eastgate Optometry Care first.

Give Us a Call

Call us today to schedule an appointment at (714) 373-2020. We are confident you will become a member of our family for life after just one visit.


Dr. Hollie Huynh
Garden Grove Optometrist | Eastgate Optometry Care | (714) 373-2020
11893 Valley View St
Garden Grove, CA 92845 1236

  • "My name is Robert, I am the BMV shop owner and have always expressed a concern for heavy duty lenses and frames. The last visit you once again took care of me."
    Robert
  • "Dear Dr. Hollie, we want to tell you that we always remember you as a great person and as a great professional, thanks so much for help my boyfriend and for gave..."
    Flor F.
  • "I've been coming here for many years only because all my friends and relatives highly recommend Dr. Huynh. Dr. Huynh is very friendly and professional. She is..."
    Kathy V.
  • "I have been going to Eastgate Optometry since they opened. Dr. Huynh is a very skilled Eye Doctor. I didn't realize how poorly I had been seeing through my old ..."
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Office Hours

Monday:

10:00am – 6:00pm

Tuesday:

10:00am – 6:00pm

Wednesday:

10:00am – 6:00pm

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

9:00am – 6:00pm

Saturday:

9:00am – 4:00pm

Sunday:

Closed