Welcome to 20/20 VISION CENTER
Your Optometrist in LA MESA, CA

Call us at (619)-460-2020 today.

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WE GET IT!!

Our patients want the best eye care available. They need it to be affordable, responsive to their schedule, and efficient. AND WE AGREE!

At 20/20 VISION CENTER, located in La Mesa, we begin by having a staff that is focused on serving the patient. We try to meet your scheduling needs with evening and weekend appointments and when you arrive, just park a few steps from the front door.

YES...WE LISTEN!

We have incorporated the best of clinical technology at 20/20 VISION CENTER to make your eye examination exact and efficient, but it all begins with listening to the patient and understanding their individual needs. We address your eye health status thoroughly and with concern. Your results are explained clearly...not rushed. Our doctors prescribe eye wear with careful consideration of the patient history and future needs, and our optical section has a bountiful collection of fashion forward eye wear. We bring fresh designs in weekly so our patients always have the latest styles to try on.

Located next to I-8 in La Mesa, we are easy to find and look forward to helping you. 20/20 VISION CENTER has been serving patients in San Diego County for over 30 years. Schedule an appointment with our eye clinic to see how we can help you get the best prescription for your eyes. (619) 460-2020


J. Michael Vidal, O.D.
Jared Hagan, O.D.
20/20 VISION CENTER | (619)-460-2020
7090 PARKWAY DR STE A
LA MESA, CA 91942 1596

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:30 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-12:30 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I needed to be seen outside regular business hours and not only was Dr. Vidal available, he met me inside 15 minutes from my distressed phone call. Now less than an hour later, two foreign objects have been removed from my eye and I’m going to be able to sleep tonight (unlike last night), watch two soccer tournaments without suffering, enjoy a long holiday weekend and avoid the ER! THANK YOU! Also, this is our regular eye “place.” I bring my family here because the staff is wonderful and they have a great selection of eyewear. They were so good teaching my daughter how to use contacts. Look no further. This is a great business, the kind you’re grateful to find (trust me)."
    Suzanne G. 05/17 Yelp
  • "First time ever there and very impressed with the staff and Dr, very professional. Very detailed eye examination and fast and friendly staff, as well as a great selection of frames and lenses. Not a ghetto environment like others I have used in the area. Would definitely go back."
    John W. 4/17 Yelp
  • "Loved it! Loved the people, the doctor was so nice and accommodating, would definitely recommend this to family and friends."
    Lisa B. Google
  • "This location was referred by a family friend. I have gone to the wal-mart eye and was satisfactory. So I decided to come into this location since it is two minutes from where I live. 20/20 vision surpasses 5 star rating and should receive 10. The minute you come into this location you are greeted by wonderful going staff that make you feel important. You are not just a client to them. You are treated like family. My insurance referred me to this place. They accept many insurances. Affordable prices. Mr Vidal is awesome at what he does. Not only does he get a feel for your vision. But he actually teaches you through the process. He makes you feel as you as a patient matters. His calm collective state makes the experience amazingly smooth. At the end of my visit. It was as if I didn’t want to leave! Great place for first time visits!"
    Bryan L. 08/16 Google
  • "I’ve been going to Dr. Vidal for 22 years (even when he was in El Cajon off Fletcher Parkway). I’ve never had a bad experience! He is wonderful and his staff is also amazing and friendly."
    Katie D. 07/15 Facebook
  • "These are my favorite people to “see” 20 years with them and I tried 1 other doctor in the middle, but never again. They are the friendliest and most knowledgeable, not just Dr. Vidal but the staff knows all the tricks of perfect fit in contacts and glasses. I’m a difficult person to go near my eyes but they make it simple! ! The place to go is 20/20 in La Mesa."
    Angela L. 06/17 Facebook

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