Dr. Peyam Mojallal Optometrist

Dr. Mojallal & Dr. Farajnia

Welcome to Acuity Vision Care’s new website. You will notice that our website is now more user-friendly and easier to navigate. We will be adding new posts and blogs routinely to give our patients the latest news and updates;  therefore, you may find info regarding our office and/or the latest in ocular advancements on our website. Also please use our website to find out more about the office and our doctors, Dr. Mojallal & Dr. Farajnia. Furthermore you can download our office forms from the website and complete them before arriving to the office. Acuity Vision Care can also be followed on Instagram and Facebook.  We would be very thankful to you if you like us on these social media tools.

Dr. Mojallal established Acuity Vision Care in 2002, and Dr. Farajnia joined the practice later. Dr. Mojallal & Dr. Farajnia have extensive experience with ocular disease diagnosis and management. They also are well experienced in more specialty fields such as concussion treatment, vision therapy and myopia control. Dr. Mojallal & Dr. Farajnia have great relationships with other physicians and clinics in the area. As a result this enables them to have a holistic approach when examining and treating patients. Our office is equipped with the latest diagnostic equipment in the ophthalmic field, so that our patients don’t have to travel to another facility to have medical tastings done.

Acuity Vision Care has many frame selections for children including toddlers, as well as fashionable frames for teenagers and adults. We also offer the latest contact lens brands and have trials of these brands in our office; therefore, patients get to try them on the same day of their eye exam. Our office also provides prescription made safety glasses for sports and work.

Dr. Mojallal & Dr. Farajnia are both accepting new patients and both are credentialed with most medical and vision insurance providers. Dr. Mojallal & Dr. Farajnia love what they do and take great pride in helping patients with their ocular needs.