Clarity & Comfort

You Deserve

Your Vision matters to us, and we are committed to helping you achieve your optimal eye health.

Locations & Contact

Meet Your Doctor

Dr. Alsadi

Dr. Alsadi is a member of the American Optometric Association as well as the Arizona Optometric Association and strives to provide quality vision care to his patients.


Dr. Alsadi received his Bachelor of Science in Applied Biological Science from Arizona State University. Following his undergraduate degree he continued on to receive his Doctorate of Optometry at Midwestern University, Arizona College of Optometry


His clinical training includes diagnosis and treatment of ocular disease, fitting specialty contact lenses, and co-management of refractive and cataract surgeries.

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Services and Treatments

Glaucoma management

Eye condition that causes irreversible damage to the optic nerve inside of your eye.

Cataracts management

Eye condition characterized by the clouding of our natural lens inside of the eye,

Myopia Control

Vision condition where close objects can be seen clearly, but distant objects appear blurry.

Comprehensive eye exams

should be scheduled at least once every year regardless of how clearly you can see. Several eye diseases can cause extensive damage if left undiagnosed for periods of time.


Contact lens exams

a specialized eye examination conducted to determine the suitability of an individual for wearing contact lenses. involves assessments to ensure proper fit, comfort, and safe use of them.


Macular degeneration management

an age-related eye condition that affects the macula causing permanent loss of central vision. Early detection and management can help slow down the progression.


Keratoconus management

a progressive eye condition that affects the cornea, which gradually thins and bulges outward, leading to distorted vision.Rigid gas-permeable contact lenses are often required to provide clearer vision.

the health of your Kid

Children's Eyewear

Unlike adults, kids’ eyes are still growing and their vision is changing. Having the right prescription lenses helps their eyes develop properly and avoids putting extra strain on visual processing.

Childhood is also a crucial time for learning. If children have blurry vision, it can hamper their learning and academic performance.

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Having input in picking out their glasses helps kids feel good about wearing them consistently. With the right guidance, a new pair of glasses can be an exciting milestone rather than a burden for young ones.

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Catching and correcting vision issues early prevents them from progressing and gives kids the gift of good sight through their critical early development.

Eye Emergencies

If you experience loss of vision, double vision, swelling, infection or any eye emergency, contact us immediately for guidance. We’ll help you with the best treatment to prevent complications and promote long-lasting clear eyesight.
Eye Emergencies

Please call our office at: 602-978-4025 for further instructions.

Questions & Answers

Frequently Asked

The recommended frequency for eye exams can vary depending on your age, overall health, and risk factors. Generally, adults with no vision problems or underlying health conditions should get an eye exam every year. Children and adults with certain health conditions may need them more frequently. Schedule an appointment to discuss the best plan for your individual needs.

Even if you have good vision, regular eye exams are crucial for maintaining eye health. Eye diseases like glaucoma often develop without noticeable symptoms in the early stages. An eye exam can detect these conditions early on, allowing for timely treatment and potentially preventing vision loss.

There are many types of eyeglasses available, each suited for different needs and preferences. Common options include single vision lenses (correcting nearsightedness or farsightedness), bifocals (correcting both near and far vision), trifocals (adding an intermediate zone for computer use), and progressive lenses (seamless correction for all distances). We can discuss the best lens type for your specific needs and lifestyle during your appointment.

Dry eyes can be a challenge for contact lens wearers, but it doesn’t necessarily mean contacts are off the table. There are various special contact lens materials and solutions designed for dry eyes. We can assess your individual situation and recommend the most comfortable and healthy option for you.

Headaches can have many causes, and eye strain is a common culprit. If you experience frequent headaches, especially after screen use or reading, it could be a sign that you need an updated eyeglass prescription. During your comprehensive eye exam, we can assess if your vision is contributing to your headaches.

Spending long hours looking at digital screens can cause eye strain and fatigue. Here are some tips: follow the 20-20-20 rule (look at something 20 feet away for 20 seconds every 20 minutes), adjust screen brightness and contrast, and consider using blue light filter glasses.

Children may not always be able to communicate vision problems effectively. If your child squints frequently, avoids reading or close-up activities, complains of headaches, or has trouble focusing, it’s a good idea to schedule an eye exam. We offer comprehensive eye exams for children of all ages.