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Welcome to warm springs optometric group
Your Optometrists in Fremont, ca

Call us at (510) 490-0287 today.

"Changing the way our patients see the world"

Warm Springs Optometric Group Staff

The highlight of your day will be your experience with our eye doctors at Warm Springs Optometric Group!

Caring for your precious gift of sight, your instincts tell you to choose a highly credentialed and experienced professional, such as Dr. Michael Fauria and Dr. Susan Pirrone, who both graduated from UC Berkeley School of Optometry in 1984. You also want comprehensive vision care including state of the art examinations, management and treatment of both vision conditions and eye diseases. We also offer therapy for Advanced Nighttime Orthokeratology (Ortho-K). In addition, you want a large selection of eye glasses and contact lenses with quality staff to match your vision needs with vision fashion and function.

Exceptional, personable eye care that focuses on you is available at Warm Springs Optometric Group located in Fremont, CA. We are committed to making your experience the highlight of your day. From greeting you with a smile to a personalized assessment of your vision condition and solutions, we make you feel right at home. Our goal is to exceed patient satisfaction by providing superior vision care with quality services and products. At Warm Springs Optometric Group we maintain and preserve vision with yearly comprehensive exams using the highest technology available

Warm Springs Optometric Group recommends you check with your health insurance or visual insurance provider before the end of the year to maximize your benefits!

Having a comprehensive eye exam does a lot more than checking how clearly you read an eye chart. A thorough eye exam by Dr. Fauria or Dr. Pirrone can lead to early detection of ocular diseases that would otherwise go unnoticed.

If you have a health insurance or vision insurance plan, it's recommended that before the end of the year, you check what your plan offers in order to schedule your annual eye exam. You can also reach out to our office for further help on the benefits of a routine eye exam and utilize your benefits to their maximum.

Our office is open Monday through Friday and on alternating Saturdays. To schedule an appointment for an eye exam in Fremont or to learn more information, contact us today at (510) 490-0287. Dr. Michael Fauria, Dr. Susan Pirrone and the rest of the staff at Warm Springs Optometric Group look forward to treating you and your family.

Dr. Michael Fauria & Dr. Susan Pirrone
Fremont Optometrists | Warm Springs Optometric Group | (510) 490-0287
194 Francisco Lane #118
Fremont, CA 94539


Speciality Services with Our OptometristS in Fremont, CA


Prevent Thicker Glasses with Myopia Control

Warm Springs Optometric Group is one of the few optometry practices in Fremont, CA with a specialty in myopia control for kids. Through the use of new methods, we can slow or even stop your child's myopia from getting worse. For more information about these cutting-edge treatments and to discuss your candidacy, please contact our office in Fremont, CA today.

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Our Latest Arrival

New! The Seemless Collection

  • Patented plug design & bonding agent that reduces cracking and loosening of lenses
  • Increased clarity & comfort with no lens distortion
  • Easier to clean than other rimless frames
  • Lenses can be removed and the Seemless frame can be reused when a prescription is changed

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Is Your Child Nearsighted? Try Myopia Control!

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Give Your Child an Edge at School with Myopia Control!

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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.

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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OUR LOCATIONS

Office Hours

Monday:

9:00 AM-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 AM-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-8:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 AM-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Alt. Saturdays 9-3

Sunday:

Closed