What Clients Say
Dr Park and his team are phenomenal. I went for an eye exam at another practice less than a year ago to have the doctor tell me both eyes were the same prescription and send me on my way. When I went to see Dr Park he took the time to perform quite a few tests and told me my eyes were in fact two different prescriptions. He then had me try out different contact brands to find the one that worked best in my eye. I left with my new contacts in, amazed at how much clearer everything was. I’ve been missing out all these years by. Highly recommend Loudoun Eye Associates. (J. R.)
The online system for scheduling an appointment is very easy to use. Upon walking in the office for the first time, the staff was very friendly while highly professional. The Doctor had reviewed the reason for the visit, conducted a very thorough eye exam, and provided options. There was no pressure to purchase anything while excellent care was of utmost priority. (Elinor S.)
Great doctors and the staff are terrific at helping you pick out the perfect frames. Melanie helped my 10 year old find glasses he loves so much that he actually wears them and me find the most flattering frames ever! (Jamie W.)
I feel like Cindy who helped in picking out my frames is a long lost friend. She was so cheerful and kind. Her advice on frames was extremely appreciated. The explanation of my insurance benefits was my favorite part. Cindy would explain what I was eligible for and let me make the choices accordingly. My previous optometrist never explained any insurance details to me and my sticker price was way over my budget and therefore my glasses were a burden to me for a whole year. The frames in the office were clearly labeled with their prices which helped me choose. (Yelp user)
I’ve been seen by both Dr. Kao and Dr. Park for my yearly contact lens prescription. They are both always friendly and highly knowledgeable. They ask proactive questions about my eyes that I don’t ever think twice about. I highly recommend these doctors to everybody! (Nancy J.)
A very professional yet friendly service. I would not hesitate to recommend the services of Loudoun Eye Associates. The examinations were thorough and detailed, with plenty of feedback on the findings, delivered in a manner which was easy to understand. There was no pressure to purchase glasses from them once the examinations were finished, but they were happy to give advice if required. Very nice people! (Julie C.)
Welcome to Loudoun Eye Associates
The optometrists and eye care staff at Loudoun Eye Associates are committed to providing our patients with a warm and personalized eye care experience like no other. We do this by adhering to our carefully constructed mission/vision statement which has been ingrained in our hearts.
“Caring, Compassionate Eye Healthcare for a Lifetime”
OUR VISION IS TO:
- Provide a caring and compassionate environment where the doctors and staff understand and respect their patients and are readily available to address their needs.
- Provide our patients with personal, individualized eye health care with the highest level of quality and thoroughness, while also educating them about eye health to ensure life-long good vision.
- Maintain the highest standards of care by committing to continued improvement in our profession and adopting state of the art instrumentation.
We have a warm and friendly staff, convenient office hours, and a beautiful optical center which offers a large selection of fashionable as well as functional eyewear. Our eye doctors utilize state-of-the-art examination equipment and maintain secure computerized medical records.
Serving Ashburn, Brambleton and Broadlands, VA.
Q&A with Dr. K
Dr. Kao Answers Your Eyecare Questions
Q: Can I swim with my contact lenses?
A: Swimming with soft contact lenses should be avoided whenever possible. Swimming with rigid gas permeable contact lenses should always be avoided. Viruses and various microbes in the water can attach to the contact lenses and cause eye infections, irritation, and even sight-threatening corneal ulcers.
If you must swim with contact lenses, the best way to reduce these risks is to wear waterproof swim goggles. The FDA actually recommends that contact lenses should not be exposed to any kind of water. This includes water in swimming pools, hot tubs,salt water, and even showers.
- Monday:9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
- Tuesday:10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
- Wednesday:9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
- Thursday:10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
- Friday:9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
- Saturday:9:00 AM - 2:00 PM