Camen Eye Care


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Your La Jolla Optometrist

Dr. Camen is a full scope, California licensed optometrist with diverse experience in the private, corporate, hospital, and military sectors of primary care optometry.

After completing the pre-optometry program at Ferris State University in Michigan, Dr. Camen went on to graduate cum laude from the Illinois College of Optometry, earning both her Doctorate of Optometry and Bachelor of Science in Visual Science in 2008. Prior to serving as a Medical Officer in the U.S. Navy from 2009-2012, she developed her foundational skills while working as an Associate Optometrist for Lenscrafters. Dr. Camen returned to private practice in 2012 and has since polished her optometric skills with nationally renowned ophthalmic surgeons both in the Chicagoland area and now in San Diego. Dr. Camen is also a recognized adjunct faculty member at two national Colleges of Optometry, and in 2010, she was hand selected for the esteemed role of Examiner in the administration of the National Board of Optometry Examination.

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Individualized Eye Exams

Dr. Jesse A. Camen offers comprehensive exams that cover all aspects of your vision and eye health. She will start with questions regarding your daily life and any symptoms you may be experiencing at home or at work. She will also take record of your vision, medications, and overall health.

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Dry Eye Therapy

To keep your eyes healthy, you need to have tears to provide moisture and lubrication. This is not only for your comfort, but it helps with your vision. Tears are secreted by glands around your eyes. When you do not make enough tears, you have a condition called dry eyes.

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Ocular Emergencies

Many things can cause eye infections, so it is important to determine the cause before you start to treat your infected eye.

The most common infection we see is conjunctivitis caused by an adenovirus (the common cold). There are other types of bacteria and viruses that can cause eye infections. Fungal infections are also seen, though they are not as common.

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