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Welcome to Optometric Vision Experience
Your Optometrist in Wildomar, CA

Call us at (951) 304-9733 today.

Wildomar Optometrist | Optometric Vision Experience
Visionary Leaders in the field of Optometry

Welcome to Optometric Vision Experience where we commit to excellence in the field of optometry and to upholding the highest standards of care in the industry. Mark Jury, O.D. and  Steven Downs O.D. are optometrists who are committed to providing comprehensive eye care in a safe and welcoming environment while we provide service with dedication and attention to detail. Our clients return to us time and again because we put the emphasis on the EXPERIENCE and the quality of care you receive. Our approach is one of integrity mixed with “old world” charm while our techniques utilize the most advanced technology to provide the best eye care for our clients.

We offer comprehensive care for the entire family

The Optometric Vision eye center is located in Wildomar, CA and services the areas of La Cresta and Bear Creek as well as the cities of Murietta, Lake Elsinore, Menifee, and Temecula. If you are looking for an eye doctor who can care for your entire family, we offer comprehensive services for the entire family which include receiving an eye exam, contact lenses, filling prescriptions, medical eye care, and Lasik vision correction. We also provide a wide array of cutting edge and fashionable eye wear including designer brands for every taste.

If you are looking for optometrists in Murietta, CA and the surrounding areas, we are the optimal selection. A leader in the field for over 15 years, Optometric Vision Experience is committed to providing excellent service and eye care for years to come. We accept most vision insurance plans and welcome new patients. Call today to schedule an appointment with a qualified and caring optometrist (951) 304-9733.

Payment Methods: Cash, Check, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover, Care Credit.

At Optometric Vision Experience, we are dedicated to providing high-quality optometry services in a comfortable environment.Call us at (951) 304-9733 or schedule an appointment today online.

Dr. Mark Jury
 Dr. Steven Downs 
Wildomar Optometrists | Optometric Vision Experience | (951) 304-9733
23905 Clinton Keith Rd., Ste. 115
Wildomar, CA 92595

Testimonials

  • "Came here because of the high rating, and they still exceeded my expectations. Well managed, excellent customer service, and huge selection of frames (both regular and sunglasses). Would recommend to a friend."
    Chris S.
  • "My new reading/computer glasses are far more crisper and more comfortable then my previous eyeglasses purchased at a so-called discount chain store at a lower price!
    Their staff was friendly, knowledgeable, and let me know the minute my specialty glasses arrived. Thank you Dr. Jury and staff!"
    Tom G.
  • "We always are greeted with warm welcomes, and professional attitudes. Dr. Jury, is great to work with and easy to communicate with. My kids and I always enjoy our visits."
    Happy Patient
  • "Our family has been seeing Dr. Jury and his staff for 15 years. All five members of our family have been very well taken care of. We receive thorough care, information and resources to take care of our eyes, and multiple options for frames and lenses. All of the staff members are friendly and caring. I have never felt rushed to make a decision and have always been treated with prompt service. More importantly, Dr. Jury makes you feel like he cares for your family. He remembers little details about each family member and always asks about each person. I highly recommend Dr. Jury's office for your optometric needs."
    Carolyn Thomas
  • "Love the eye doctor he truly cares for his patients. I refuse to go anywhere else and the staff there are super sweet. Definitely, recommend them for your vision experience."
    natalie macias

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-6:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-3:30 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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