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At 2020 Vision Associates Optometry, we are committed to providing advanced vision care in a professional and comfortable environment. As an optometrist in Riverside, our primary eye care service includes a complete eye exam that analyzes eye health and vision function. 

Eye Exams

Dr. Everitt and the 2020 Vision Associates Optometry team take even routine eye exams very seriously. During a yearly examination, our Riverside patients will receive a patient history review, a series of vision and eye tests, assessments of eye focusing and movement, and an eye health evaluation. Our optometrist will discuss any additional testing that may be required to diagnose an eye disease or condition. Call us a today at (951) 684-7822 to schedule an appointment.

Contact Lenses-- A great option for nearly everyone!

Not sure that glasses are for you? Ask our Riverside staff about contact Lenses. Advances in the field of optometry have produced a variety of different types of contact lenses with a range of benefits. We encourage 1 Day  contact lenses for great convenience, comfort and eye health.  All contact lens options are available.  Schedule your examination today by calling (951) 684-7822. There are many advantages to consider when determining if contact lenses are right for you and our knowledgeable staff is here to answer any questions.

At 20/20 Vision Associates Optometry, we are leaders in the contact lens fitting, and we highly recommend 1 Day contact lenses.

Some of our lenses of choice are:    


This new contact lens is highly successful for contact lens wearers whose days are long and varied.  Indoors, outdoors, computer work, gym, late night work.  Extremely comfortable, moist and clear. For more information, see https://www.acuvue.com/contact-lenses/acuvue-oasys-1-day

Another new contact lens for those over 40 needing additional reading power in their contact lenses:

Alcon's Dailies Total 1 Multifocal.  If you are currently in MONOVISION, or wear readers over your contact lenses, ask us for a free trial.  To learn more, see https://www.dailies.com/contact-lenses/dailies-total1-multifocal/


Laser assisted in situ keratomileusis, commonly referred to as LASIK, is a corrective alternative to glasses or contact lenses. Like glasses or contact lenses, LASIK is a method for treating refractive conditions including nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism. At 2020 Vision Associates Optometry, our doctors provide pre- and post-operative exams for LASIK and other eye procedures.  We partner with NVISION Laser Centers who provide top tier laser surgery.

WATCH RYAN'S STORY from our partner surgical center, NVision Laser Centers:  


Three times a year, we host a special event called, "LASIK CONSULT DAY." Follow us on Facebook (2020riverside) for more up-to-date information.  At this event, discounts are offered on LASIK and you can come to our office for the consult by NVISION.   You can ask your doctor at your next visit or  call (951) 684-7822 today to schedule an examination to see whether you are a candidate for LASIK.

Glaucoma Medical Management

Currently, glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness in the United States.

Glaucoma refers to a group of conditions that compromise the optic nerve, which is the nerve responsible for transmitting visual information from the eye to the brain.

Glaucoma usually is related to a high level of pressure inside the eye and corresponding peripheral vision loss. If caught early, the progression can be slowed down or stopped to preserve vision.

At every comprehensive exam, we run screening tests including visual fields and testing of eye pressure. We also check the condition of the optic nerve for any risk of glaucoma. If you are a suspect, we will recommend a baseline glaucoma evaluation.

All of our doctors at 20/20 Vision Associates are Glaucoma Certified and committed to timely diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma.

We use the latest technology for our glaucoma evaluations, including an ultrasound scan of the optic nerve. Below is a photo of one of the machines used, called Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT).

Keratoconus/Specialty Medically-Necessary Contact Lens Fitting

Keratoconus is when the cornea (the clear part of the eye) thins and bulge out, typically in a cone like manner. This creates irregular astigmatism, which defocuses the light creating considerable blur to the person.

What causes keratoconus?

There appears to be a genetic component in patients with keratoconus; 1/10 of have a family member with the condition.


In the beginning keratoconus patients can be corrected through traditional refractive error methods such as glasses and/or contacts. Gas permeable (rigid lenses) can help the patient obtain the best vision by correcting irregular astigmatism.  Scleral lenses may be utilized to improve outcomes.

Surgery / Cross linking

FDA recently approved of a procedure called corneal crosslinking which uses UV light and medication to stiffen and strengthen the cornea. In advanced stages of keratoconus patient undergo corneal transplant, which replaces the entirety of the thin cornea with a donor cornea.

At 20/20 Vision, we have the technology to diagnose keratoconus and help obtain optimal vision with specialty contact lenses. We first obtain a map of the front of the patient’s eye, called topography:

We able to fit specialty contact lenses extremely accurately with an HD cornea OCT ultrasound:

In the early stage, keratoconus symptoms can include:

  • mild blurring of vision
  • slightly distorted vision, where straight lines look bent or wavy
  • increased sensitivity to light and glare
  • eye redness or swelling

In later stages, keratoconus symptoms often include:

  • more blurry and distorted vision
  • increased nearsightedness or astigmatism (when your eye cannot focus as well as it should). As a result, you may need new eyeglass prescriptions often.
  • not being able to wear contact lenses. They may no longer fit properly and they are uncomfortable.

Keratoconus https://www.aao.org/eye-health/diseases/what-is-keratoconus