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Welcome to Your West Hollywod Optometrist

Positive Eye Ons Optometry

Your Optometrist in West Hollywood

As your choice optometrist in West Hollywood, the team
at Positive Eye Ons is proud to provide eye health and vision care services for
patients of all ages. From routine eye exams to designer frames, contact
lens exams and Ortho-K —we are your number one source for vision care.
Conveniently located on Melrose, whether you are a longtime patient or a
new patient looking for a full-service eye doctor in Los Angeles,
you’ll love our unique one-on-one approach to patient care.

Meet Our Optometry Team

Positive Eye Ons has been a fixture in the West Hollywood area since 1989 and began with the idea that designer frames and exotic eyeglasses could be offered in a comfortable, fun and upbeat setting. In 1994, the vision was completed by bringing a full-service optometrist on board to better meet the needs of our patients and community.

Dr. Ryan Stybel and his team take pride in providing professional and comprehensive eye and vision care services to every patient, regardless of their age or varying health needs. We are happy to welcome you and your family for all of your vision care needs. With our highly trained staff, dedication to the most advanced vision care services and a passion for designer eyeglasses, we are proud to be your choice optometrist on Melrose!

Our Services

Our friendly optometry team provides a wide range of eye health and vision care services in our comfortable location on Melrose, including:

  • Comprehensive Eye & Vision Exams
  • Designer Eyeglasses & Sunglasses
  • Contact Lens Exams
  • Hard to Fit Contacts
  • Ortho-K
  • Computer Vision Treatment
  • Sports Vision
  • Dry Eye Treatment using M22™ Optima IPL
  • And More!

Comprehensive Eye & Vision Exams

Our experienced eye doctor and optometry staff know that preventative care is essential for optimal eye health. With routine eye exams, we are better able to catch common eye health conditions and diseases early on and provide you with vision correction options that fit your lifestyle.

During your initial exam, our eye doctor will examine your eyes for any early signs of glaucoma, dry eye, macular degeneration and other common conditions. Should you need vision correction options like eyeglasses, contact lenses or Ortho-K lenses, our team will consider your lifestyle needs and budget to help you explore all of the choices available to you. We also use Optomap retinal imaging to monitor eye health and check for other disease such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis, cancers.

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Dry Eye treatment

Introducing our new Dry Eye treatment technology M22™ Optima IPL, which combines Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) with unique Optimal Pulse Technology (OPT™). Please call for more information.

Designer Eyeglasses

At Positive Eye Ons, we’ve always had a passion for fashion eyewear and designer frames. If you’re looking for the perfect pair of eyeglasses or prescription sunglasses to express your fashion sense —we’ve got you covered. With the help of our experienced staff, it’s easy to find the perfect pair of frames to fit your unique face shape and the ideal high end frame design.

Call Our Optometrist in West Hollywood Today!

Call (323) 651-5646 or visit our friendly team online today to schedule an eye exam with our experienced optometrist in West Hollywood and be sure to ask about our new patient special!

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Testimonials

See what our clients have to say about us

  • "I never had glasses before. The glasses you gave me are really good, I can see everything and very clear like I have new eyes like little girl again! Thank you so much I love my frames and you took good care of me! Kob kuhn mak mak ka (thank you very much in Thai)"
  • "My husband and I have shopped here for many years (both in the State and out of the area). We love Craig, Angela, John, and Doc. The service is excellent! We only buy our eywear at this store from LA, Portland and now Concord. We love you!"
  • "I discovered this gem of an optometry store over 8 years ago, and have not looked back. The unique energy, atmosphere, and eyeglasses that are in this store are unparalelled. And it is all because of the PEOPLE that run the whole operation that transcends simply getting a new pair of specs!"
  • "Once I discovered your shop and most importantly the nice, warm, and fun people there, I have felt honored to have such a nice place to go get way more than glasses! I look forward to being in the position to buy many more pairs, which will give me more reason to visit all of you more."
  • "I have been going to Positive Eye-Ons for over 10 years now. Dr. Ryan and his very caring and professional staff are very welcoming right as you step in the door! I feel like family when I go for my appointments. They have a large selection of frames to choose from. I highly recommend this office for all your eye care needs!"

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Positive Eye Ons

7629 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046 | (323) 651-5646

Office Hours

Positive Eye Ons

Monday:

11:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

11:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

11:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

11:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Sunday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm