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Our Optometrists in Fremont Welcomes You to Warm Springs Optometric Group

"Changing the way our patients see the world." Call us at (510) 490-0287 today.

Warm Springs Optometric Group Staff

Looking for an optometrist in Fremont? Warm Springs Optometric Group in Fremont, CA has got you covered! With three experienced optometrists on staff, you have quick access to a qualified, caring Fremont eye doctor. Since 1985, we've combined friendly, personable care with the latest technology to make your experience with us the highlight of your day!

The following information are the most popular services we offer. Be sure to check out our Eyecare Services on our website menu for any other eye care services you may need.

Eye Exams

Eye exams aren't just about having 20/20 vision, they are about your health as well. Some eye diseases, such as glaucoma, need to be caught before the symptoms start. By the time that you experience the symptoms, damage to the eye may already been done.

To check for eye diseases and other conditions, we use a special technology called Optomap. This deep-eye-imaging technology gives us a more comprehensive view of your eyes than older technologies. It's also much more comfortable, most kids and adults love it because there is no "air puff" involved.

Frames

To make sure you have the most comfortable and stylish glasses, we keep a wide selection of designer frames in stock. Juicy Couture, Christian Doir, and Zero G are just a few of the brands we carry. We also encourage patients to check out the Seamless line frames that we offer at our office.

Contact Lens Exams

A contact lens exam requires a quick extra step of measuring your cornea. Our Fremont eye doctors will ask you about your experience wearing contacts, if any, and eye health in general. This is to determine the most comfortable type and brand of contact lens available.

We also specialize in "hard to fit" contacts. If you suffer from allergies, dry eye, or an eye disease, there's a good chance we can find a comfortable fit suited to your eyes.

Eye Care

If you've had an injury or are just having a tough time with allergies, we can help. Since 2003, we've stocked our 3,000 square foot facility with the latest technology available in the field. Our equipment isn't just there for keeping your vision sharp, it's for keeping your eyes as healthy as possible, too.

Sports Vision

Our sports vision care isn't just about high-impact lenses and frames. It's about specialized eye exams that go a step further. We check for depth perception, hand-eye coordination, eye tracking, response time, and the ability to focus as an object or a person. We will examine your vision in all of these areas to make sure you play your best game and live your best life.

Get Started With a Caring Fremont Eye Doctor

Don't put your eye health off another day, give Warm Springs Optometric Group in Fremont a call today! Call us at (510) 490-0287.

Meet Our Optometrists

  • Dr.
    Michael F. Fauria

    Dr. Michael F. Fauria was born and raised in the East Bay, graduated with academic honors from Moreau High School and received a California State Scholarship award to the University of Santa Clara. For a complete biography, please scroll up and click on About Us and visit 'Our Doctors' page.

  • Dr.
    Susan M. Pirrone

    Dr. Susan M. Pirrone graduated from the University Of California Berkeley School of Optometry in 1984. Since 1985 she has enjoyed practicing private optometry here in Fremont. For a complete biography, please scroll up and click on About Us and visit 'Our Doctors' page.

  • Dr.
    Ece Turhal

    Dr. Ece Turhal (pronounced AJ Ter-hal) graduated from the University Of California Berkeley School of Optometry.  Dr. Turhal has had extensive optometric training at the Veterans Affairs hospitals in Fresno, CA and Miami, FL,  and Kaiser Point West in Sacramento, CA. For a complete biography, please scroll up and click on About Us and visit 'Our Doctors' page. 

Read Our Reviews

  • "I've been going to Warm Springs Optometric for 25 years now. Always a professional and pleasant experience. Dr. Susan Pirrone and her staff are very caring and always attentive to my needs!"
    Tommy T.
  • "Dr. Pirrone and the staff of Warm Springs Optometric are exceptionally caring people for their customers. I have been going to them for more than 20 years and feel their care and professionalism create a good feeling."
    Shafi R.
  • "Staff, office, and service are excellent! Very friendly, clean, and professional!"
    Damien L.

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Office Hours

Monday:

9:00 AM-1:00 pm

2:00 pm-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 AM-1:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-1:00 pm

2:00 pm-8:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 AM-1:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Alternate Saturdays 9:00am-3:00pm

Sunday:

Closed