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Comprehensive Eye Care

Is blurred vision making it difficult for you to perform daily tasks? Are you noticing new symptoms like pain or dark spots?

Comprehensive eye care can test and treat your visual acuity as well as prevent and treat ocular diseases.

Drs. Gordon G. Wong and Wildon C. Wong can provide comprehensive eye care in La Jolla, CA, to protect your eyes and restore your vision.

Protect Your Vision Contact Our La Jolla Optometry Practice

Don't let vision conditions get in the way of your everyday activities. Schedule an exam with our experienced optometrists. Sometimes, vision issues can be a sign of a more urgent ocular issue. Let our optometrists care for your eyes. Contact our La Jolla, CA, optometry practice to request your appointment.

Why Choose Us?

There are many reasons why patients from all over San Diego choose GW Eye Associates Optometry for their comprehensive vision care. Our La Jolla and Del Mar optometry offices give you:

Diverse Treatment Options

Drs. Gordon G. Wong and Wildon C. Wong can provide advanced treatment options including cataract surgery, LASIK, and photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) to address your unique symptoms and improve your vision. 

Quick Procedures 

Although the idea of refractive surgery can be intimidating, most refractive surgeries can be completed in under 30 minutes. They are also performed as outpatient procedures, meaning you can go home on the same day as your treatment. 

Improved Quality of Life

By addressing issues such as nearsightedness or farsightedness with LASIK or PRK, you can achieve clearer vision without relying on eyeglasses or contact lenses. For patients with cataracts, cataract surgery can also provide life-changing outcomes. We are dedicated to providing or coordinating the care you need to maintain your best possible vision.

Is It Time for an Eye Exam? Contact Our La Jolla, CA, Practice Today

At GW Eye Associates Optometry, exceptional eye care is our priority. Optometrists Gordon and Wildon Wong can provide everything from designer eyewear to refractive surgery in our Del Mar and La Jolla, CA, offices. Our comprehensive approach to eye care allows us to handle all of your vision and ocular health needs. 

Our practice uses high-tech equipment that allows us to view your retina without having to dilate your pupils. This technology allows our patients to receive comprehensive care without having hours of light sensitivity following their appointment.

Contact our La Jolla or Del Mar optometry office locations to request your eye care appointment.

(858) 454-4699

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The San Diego Area Trusts Us With Their Eye Care Needs


Bob Rauch


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Absolutely outstanding staff and Dr. Wong is as thorough and clear as one would hope for. Great location, they make it easy to select glasses and are very hi-tech!

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Kristin Wanner


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Dr. Wong is the best. I have been seeing him for 3 years. I just recently got Lasik through Dr. Wong's office and Nvision. I highly recommend GW Eye Associates. Everyone at the office is great. Dr. Wong goes above and beyond for his patients.

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See the World Clearly

Blurred tasks can make simple tasks difficult. Personalized treatment can protect your eye and maintain clear vision.

State-of-the-Art Eye Care

At GW Eye Associates, Drs. Gordon C. Wong and Wildon C. Wong use state-of-the-art technology to provide LASIKPRK, the KAMRA™ inlay (an advanced presbyopia treatment), and cataract surgery. With a complete on-site lab and a high-tech office, we can ensure your refractive surgery is as safe and effective as possible. Our San Diego-based optometrists have years of experience dealing with a wide range of vision concerns, including glaucoma and dry eye. Whether you are due for a comprehensive eye exam or require an advanced refractive procedure, we have the tools to improve and protect your vision

Corrective Surgeries Our San Diego-Based Practice Offers

Your vision is important to us, and you can depend on our doctors to provide the safest, most effective care possible. If you are experiencing any changes in your vision, contact our San Diego-area practice to schedule your eye exam. We can test your vision and examine your health to determine the best solution for your needs. If surgical treatment is necessary, we can provide:
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Cataract Surgery

Cataracts are a gradual clouding of the crystalline lens, which lays behind the pupil and focuses light onto the retina. The condition can be managed, but surgical replacement of the crystalline lens is the only permanent solution. We can use either traditional surgical techniques or laser techniques to remove the lens and replace it with an intraocular lens (IOL). Standard IOLs provide focus at one distance, and patients continue to wear glasses to achieve a broader range of focus. However, we also provide premium IOLs that can reduce or eliminate the need for corrective eyewear.

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LASIK is used to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and, in some cases, presbyopia, or age-related farsightedness. This procedure is virtually painless, and once the preparation is complete, the surgery itself takes less than 10 minutes to complete. During the procedure, a flap is created in the outer layer of the cornea (the dome-like front surface of the eye). The center layer of the cornea is then reshaped with a laser to correct refractive errors.



Photorefractive keratectomy, or PRK, is also used to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. The PRK procedure predates LASIK, and while recovery typically takes longer, the results are virtually the same. Rather than creating a corneal flap, PRK involves removing the entire outer layer of the cornea so the laser can reshape the inner corneal layer. The removed tissue regenerates over the course of several days following the procedure. We often recommend PRK for patients who do not qualify for LASIK. 



The KAMRA Inlay is placed within the cornea of the non-dominant eye to correct presbyopia. The inlay itself is smaller and much thinner than a contact lens. This lens works in tandem with your dominant eye so that you can view objects up close and at a distance. 

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Pterygium Surgery

A pterygium, sometimes referred to as “surfer’s eye," is a growth that develops on the white part of the eye near the inner corner of the eyelids. However, it can eventually spread to the cornea and affect your vision. In most cases, a pterygium is treated with steroidal eye drops, special contact lenses, and other treatments. If a pterygium does not go away with these treatments, we may recommend surgical removal. The procedure takes about 30 minutes to complete.

"Always friendly and always professional."


Sheila Ferguson


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Always friendly and always professional. I have been a patient in this practice for 25 years and Dr Wong(s) and their team always offer the latest science and modern procedures for testing eye health and providing vision improvement.  I also love their selection of eyewear.

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John Dowd


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A highly professional exam led to a prescription that allowed me to ditch my reading glasses and see better long distance.  It is awesome. I don't know if this can be done for everyone, but for me, it is a great new way to see the world.

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GW Eye Associates

Our team at GW Eye Associates in La Jolla and Del Mar can provide a wide range of high-quality eye care services. Dr. Gordon G. Wong and Dr. Wildon C. Wong have over 45 years of combined experience and belong to several prestigious organizations, including:

  • American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • American Optometric Association

For more information about our services, contact our office online or call us at (858) 454-4699 today.

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