"Approaching refractive surgery from a patient's perspective, I appreciate the hopes and concerns that they all have about the precious gift of sight. Since childhood, I was burdened with high myopic-astigmatism. For me to function, I depended on thick glasses or uncomfortable contact lenses. Then, in July of 1994 my life changed. I had laser vision correction! The world became clear for me... Read More
Board Certified Ophthalmologists & Eye Doctors
Providing crystal clear vision to Sacramento, Roseville, Folsom, & nearby areas of California
"Laser Vision Correction has transformed eye care. By the time the kids of today reach their twenties, it will be just as natural for them to have LASIK surgery as it would be today to have braces."
“Laser vision correction can positively influence many facets of everyday life. Patients convey the joy and wonder of driving, participating in hobbies, sports and countless other activities without the need for glasses or contacts. This is the aspect of refractive surgery that I enjoy the most. I feel reassured that we are doing this in a safe and appropriate way at Griffin & Reed Eye... Read More
Dr. Carmen Moreno is a graduate of the University of California, Davis, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences with an emphasis in neurology, physiology and behavior. She continued her education at Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry to pursue her Doctor of Optometry degree and graduated in May 2012.
Dr. Moreno received extensive training in... Read More
Dr. Griffin, retired in 2000, is currently spending most of this time teaching physicians in other countries such as Bolivia, Chile, Africa, etc., advanced ophthalmological techniques in order to help them to be able to provide better care to their patients. You may see Dr. Griffin in the halls from time to time when he stops by to say hello.
Jocelyn Kim-Dunlavey grew up in Southern California and studied Business Economics at UCLA. The summer before her senior year Dr. Dunlavey went to Honduras to help coffee farmers start a cooperative to help improve their lives. During the trip, she also helped with medical brigades and realized that she could achieve a more immediate impact through medicine. This led her Columbia University to... Read More