Welcome to See 20/20 Optometry
Your Optometrist in
Santa Ana, CA.

Call us at (714) 957-2704 today.

Our Mission Statement

We dedicate ourselves to our patients in preserving and improving their vision to the highest level possible in order to enhance the quality of life.  We utilize the most advanced technology and developments in optometric care in order to provide the best comprehensive eye exam and patient experience possible.  Our focus is on our patients and the customization of their visual needs because we care. It is our joy and privilege to provide our patients with quality eye care marked by professionalism and compassion.

Santa Ana Optometrists | See 20/20 Optometry | (714) 957-2704 
3930 S. Bristol Street Suite 207
Santa Ana, CA 92704

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Meet The Staff

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  • Dr. Jenny S. Choi | Optometrist

    Dr. Jenny Choi graduated from the Southern California College of Optometry in 1999. She is licensed and trained in the use of Therapeutic Pharmaceutical Agents, and is certified by the National Board of Optometry in the Treatment and Management of Ocular Disease. Dr. Choi also attended the University of California, Los Angeles for her undergraduate course work in Psychobiology. Her current emphasis includes staying up-to-date in the latest developments of vision care and contact lenses. Dr. Choi and her staff are always dedicated to the concept of 'quality eyecare', which involves providing patients with state-of the art examinations in an unhurried and caring environment.

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

    LOVE this place it is great! Doctors and staff walked me through the exam with great professionalism answered all my questions. Doctor is absolutely amazing takes their time and makes you feel extremely comfortable. Staff was very helpful and patient as I tried on about 20 pairs of glasses before finding the perfect one. Hands down a great place to go to!

    LuiSa O.

    I have been a patient of Dr. Choi for over 7 years. She is the best! I live in Los Angeles and I make the drive every year with my 2 children just to see her. My children love her, she is great with kids and best of all she takes her time with every patient. The staff is always so helpful and very nice. We love Dr. Choi!!

    Eva C.

    I have been a patient of Dr. Choi for more years than I care to admit. She has a natural way of being both professional and personal, serious and agreeable. She keeps up with new findings and technology. As a bonus, her staff is always very helpful and pro-active, recently having brought to my attention that my insurance would cover more than I thought. I recommend her to everybody who is looking for a practice that makes them feel relaxed and assured they are being taken care of.

    Judith E.

    I'm really glad I chose SEE 20/20 Optometry and Dr. Choi as my new optometrist! I looked them up on Yelp and read so many great reviews. On my first visit, I was not disappointed. The whole office is clean, modern, and well maintained which is very appealing to the eyes. On top of that, the staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. Dr. Choi even recommended preventative tips and tests that I should take. Very thankful for her advice and for the awesome staff!

    Joy K.

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