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At Issaquah Eyeworks your vision is our focus. Our goal is to protect and preserve your eye care health, which will enhance your lifestyle.

We provide our patients with the highest quality optometric care in a friendly, family-based practice. We maintain the most advanced technology and equipment available to ensure your best visual outcome.

  • State-of-the-art ophthalmic lens technology (including single vision and progressive free form lenses)
  • In office edging to provide faster delivery of your finished glasses
  • We carry several lines of affordable luxury eyewear that focuses on craftsmanship and quality
  • Specialty contact lenses (such as multifocal, astigmatism correcting, keratoconus, CRT—“braces for the eyes”)
  • Refractive surgical recommendations (LASIK, LASEK, PRK, Implantable Lenses, Refractive Lensectomies)

And to protect & preserve your vision through…

Early detection and treatment of ocular diseases such as chronic dry eyes, allergies, infections, glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration.

 

Services

 

Exams

Comprehensive Eye Health and Vision Exam

A yearly check-up for your eyes will not only keep your vision clear but can detect several warning signs for serious eye health and medical issues. Because many conditions show no warning signs, it’s important for early diagnosis to help maintain good vision and eye health. A Comprehensive Eye Health and Vision Exam includes but is not limited to preliminary tests- such as peripheral vision testing, screening for signs of glaucoma, and auto refraction tests- and an eye health evaluation from one of our doctors on staff.

Medical Eye Exam

Medical eye exams are for those patients who have previously diagnosed eye conditions or that are experiencing medical problems with their eyes such as itching, pain, redness, etc. At Issaquah Eyeworks, a doctor will address and evaluate your concern. We specialize in glaucoma evaluation, cataracts, dry eyes and eye infection care.

Infantsee

Infants experience rapid growth in their first year and complications in vision development may occur and are often difficult to notice. Optometrists encourage parents to bring their infants in for a check-up between their first six to twelve months. Early detection of eye conditions is the best way to preserve eye care health. For more information, click here.

Contact Lens Fitting and Lessons

There are several thousands of different types of contact lenses in various shapes, sizes and powers. Our doctors will take all necessary factors into consideration to find the perfect vision, fit and comfort for your eyes. Additionally, one of our staff members will be able to guide you in the proper care and insertion methods for your contacts.

Frames Stylist

Here at Issaquah Eyeworks, we feel that buying frames is not just about eye correction but also about fashion. One of our opticians can assist you in finding the perfect frame for your unique look.

Our Doctors

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Angie Pham, OD

Dr. Angie Pham grew up in Kent, Washington. After receiving her Bachelors in Psychology at the University of Washington, she attended Illinois College of Optometry where she earned her Doctor of Optometry degree in 2016 with awards of Dean’s List and Clinical Honors. Throughout her clinical training in optometry school, she has worked with patients of all ages in their treatment and management of ocular diseases, fitting of contact lenses, vision therapy, and routine ocular health exams.

Dr. Pham is a member of the American Optometric Association and Optometric Physicians of Washington. While in optometry school she was a member of the Private Practice Club, Multicultural Association Club, Contact Lens Society and student AOA. In 2014, she traveled to Guatemala on a mission trip to provide eye exams and glasses to those in need. She was deeply moved by her experience and plans on going on more mission trips in the future.

In her free time, Dr. Pham spends it with people she loves and two cats, Felix and Mickey. She enjoys outdoor activities and explores the beautiful PNW when she can. She also loves food and will go searching for good eats or stay home to try a new recipe.

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Leslie Lung, OD

Dr. Leslie Lung Graduated from Pacific University College of Optometry in 1986, special emphasis in contact lenses. He held an internship at Seattle Indian Health Board and internship at Grace Peck Optometric Clinic in Portland, Oregon. He’s been in private practice since 1986 and opened the Queen Anne Vision Clinic. In 1997, Dr. Lung opened Issaquah Eyeworks with Dr. Teri Yoshimura.

Dr. Lung is one of the first optometrists in Washington to be certified to prescribe Therapeutic Pharmaceutical Agents for the treatment of eye diseases. He is also a member of the American Optometric Association and Washington Association of Optometric Physicians.

He enjoys playing basketball, tennis, golf, and pinball. He is active at his church where he serves as a Deacon and teaches a High School Sunday School class. He and his wife Linda have two daughters.

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Teri Yoshimura, OD

Dr. Teri Yoshimura is a native of Seattle where she attended the University of Washington. She then went on to the Southern California College of Optometry and received her BS in Visual Science graduating with honors. In 1996, Dr. Yoshimura earned her Doctorate of Optometry Degree with an emphasis in ocular disease and specialty contact lens fitting. After completing her education, she returned to the Seattle area where she joined her brother Dr. Leslie Lung and together they opened Issaquah Eyeworks.

Dr. Yoshimura is a member of the American Optometric Association, Washington Optometric Association, and Beta Sigma Kappa Optometric Honor Society. She was the recipient of the Excellence in Contact Lens Award and Past President of the Omega Delta Optometric Fraternity.

In her spare time, Dr. Yoshimura enjoys spending time with her husband and their three children. When she is not working, she is driving soccer, basketball, and swimming carpools. Most recently Dr. Yoshimura has traveled to Southeast Asia participating in medical missions with her church providing eye care and glasses to underprivileged people. She hopes to make this trip a regular occurrence and eventually serve the region with her entire family.

Products

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Frames

At Issaquah Eyeworks we carry diverse selection of frames to suit your needs, budget, and look. Our team of trained opticians will be your personal shopper. We fit a full spectrum of prescription ophthalmic lenses. We match your prescription to your facial dynamics and personal style.

Frames are more than the vehicle to hold your lenses, they are the vehicle to display your personality. Together, let’s make your personality shine!

Provided below is list of some of our most popular frame lines. For more information on the brand, select the icon of your choice!

 

Contact Lenses

Since contact lenses are in “contact” with the living tissue of your eye, we take the utmost care in prescribing the best contact lenses for you. We provide contact lenses based upon optimum clarity, comfort, and convenience. In addition, our recommendations are proactive to your eye health and include the most current soft contact lenses available today. We also specialize in gas permeable contact lenses for irregular corneas and corneal reshaping therapy (CRT).

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Technology

OCT-Optical Coherence Tomography

This instrumentation allows us the ability to recognize subtle abnormalities, differentiate stability from progression in ocular pathology and identify disease stages. It also can be used to measure the thickness of your cornea.  This measurement is necessary prior to refractive procedures like LASIK or PRK and for glaucoma suspects.

Humphrey Visual Field

Considered the “gold standard” in perimetry measurement, the Humphrey Visual Field can track vision loss and changes one’s field of view.  It provides information regarding the location of a disease process throughout the visual pathway (including the eye itself, optic tract, optic chiasm, brain, ending in the occipital lobe).

Optos Daytona

Daytona is an ultra-widefield digital scanning laser ophthalmoscope that can capture images in a 2mm, pupil allowing outstanding views of the retina and choroid without the use of dilating drops.  Daytona is capable of imaging in color, red-free, and autofluorescence, providing views of deeper structures of the retina (RPE to Choroid) as well as visualization of lipofuscin in the RPE.

Autorefractor

An autorefractor or automated refractor is a computer-controlled machine used during an eye examination to provide an objective measurement of a person's refractive error.  It gives a starting point for prescriptions for glasses or contact lenses.

Corneal Topographer

Corneal topography is a computer assisted diagnostic tool that creates a three-dimensional map of the surface curvature of the cornea. The cornea (the front window of the eye) is responsible for about 70 percent of the eye's focusing power.

Briot Patternless Edger

Our patternless edger allows us to edge many prescriptions lenses in-house for a faster turn-around time. 

Patient Resources

Please arrived 10-15 minutes prior to your appointment time. For your connivence you can print and complete your paperwork from the links before. Don’t forget to bring them with you to your next appointment!

Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have!

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Issaquah Eyeworks

1145 NW Gilman Blvd, Suite #G-12
Issaquah, WA 98027

PHONE: 425.391.9331

FAX: 425.427.8973

EMAIL: issaquah.eyeworks@gmail.com

HOURS
Monday through Friday 10-6
Saturday 10-2