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Welcome to Charles Jansen O.D
Your Optometrist in Riverside, CA.

Call us at 951-687-7100 today.

We pride ourselves on having the most up to date technology to screen for eye diseases, and our eye doctors are experts in dealing with medical conditions and eye emergencies, as well as vision screening.

At Charles Jansen O.D, we consider our patients part of our family, and we give each patient the attention and concern a family member would receive. We strive to get to know each patient, and to understand their visual and eye health needs. Each patient is an individual, with unique issues and concerns, and we make sure to listen and suggest helpful solutions to all eye concerns, from vision problems to a search for the perfect stylish eyeglasses.

From the beginning of your experience with us, when we make sure to take an extensive history of any eye health issues, to when you walk out of our office wearing your beautiful new glasses, or the perfect contact lenses, we want your eyewear to be “YOU”!

Whether you are looking for a thorough eye exam, a diverse selection of stylish frames and lens options featuring the latest technology, or the latest in contact lens innovation, we have what you are looking for. Our desire is for you to see as well and as comfortably as possible. We are looking forward to you “seeing” us soon!

Great Eyewear and Eye Care in Riverside, CA

At Charles Jansen O.D, we are dedicated to providing high-quality optometry services in a comfortable environment. Call us at 951-687-7100 or schedule an appointment today online.

Multilingual services available including Spanish, *Japanese and *Vietnamese. (*on select days)

Dr. Charles Jansen | Dr. Cheryl Strach | Dr. Nelson Iwata | Dr. TuongVy Vu
Riverside Optometrist | Charles Jansen O.D | 951-687-7100

4000 Tyler St
Riverside, CA 92503-3458

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