Dr. Yi Sen Cheung
Independent Doctor of Optometry
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Dr. Cheung and all You and Eyecare doctors take pride in providing our patients with a great eye exam! We believe that each eyeglass or contact lens prescription is truly life changing as it helps our patients see their world clearly and live thei...
Dr. Cheung and all You and Eyecare doctors take pride in providing our patients with a great eye exam! We believe that each eyeglass or contact lens prescription is truly life changing as it helps our patients see their world clearly and live their best. Your exam is tailored just for you! We want you to have a fun and relaxed experience during your visit. We look forward to meeting new patients, and especially seeing our patients of many years.
- Contact Lens Examination
- Contact Lens Fittings
- Same Day Exams
- Walk-in Exams
- Digital Retinal Imaging
- Medical Eye Exams
- Computer Vision
- Contact Lens Exams
- Diabetic Exams
- Eye Exam Starting Fee $65.00
- Contact Lens Starting Fee $45.00
- Retinal Imaging Fee $25.00
We accept most insurances, including:
- American Express
Located at or next to Target Optical
Dr. Yi Sen Cheung
1225 W Irvington Rd
, Arizona 85714
|Day of the Week||Hours|
|Mon||10:00 AM - 6:00 PM|
|Tue||10:00 AM - 2:00 PM|
|Wed||10:00 AM - 2:00 PM|
|Thu||12:00 PM - 6:00 PM|
|Fri||2:00 PM - 6:00 PM|
|Sat||9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Sun||10:00 AM - 2:00 PM|
About Dr. Yi Sen Cheung
Dr. Yi Sen Cheung is the local eye doctor to see for all of your Optometry needs in Tucson, AZ. From contact lens examinations to contact lens fittings to general eye care, Dr. Yi Sen Cheung will help diagnose, treat, and assess your overall health—and how it affects your eyes. Busy? We offer online, walk-in, and same day exams to fit your schedule. Dr. Yi Sen Cheung also accepts many insurance carriers and discount plans. Come visit our office at 1225 W Irvington Rd Tucson, AZ 85714 and schedule an eye exam today!
Dr. Yi Sen Cheung
Dr. Cheung started as an optometric intern in high school and worked through every position in optical throughout the years. He listens to his patients' needs and is intuitive in how to approach each prescription to achieve the best outcome. He loves to help his patients see and feel their best!
- University of California, San Diego - BA in psychology
- Pennsylvania College of Optometry - BS in Vision Sciences
- Pennsylvania College of Optometry - Doctor of Optometry, with clinical honors
- Doctor of Optometry
Dr. Gurjevan Hothi
Eye care is more than finding the right prescription. Our patients count on us to have their back when it comes to seeing clearly, feeling healthy, and looking their best. We can’t wait to get to know you and provide you with a vision solution that fits your lifestyle.
- Dr. Gurjeevan Hothi completed his undergraduate studies at the University of California, Irvine. He then attended the Inter American University of Puerto Rico (IAUPR), School of Optometry and graduate
Dr. Sean Rowan
An annual eye exam is way more than making sure you are seeing your best; we can help determine your vision needs as well as detect overall health issues. Making sure you stay healthy, feel great, and leave confident is our goal every day.
Dr. Suzzane Li
Dr Li is currently an adjunct assistant clinical professor of the State University of New York College of Optometry, the Ohio State University College of Optometry, and Marshall B. Ketchum University Southern California College of Optometry.
- Doctor of Optometry: Midwestern University Arizona College of Optometry
- Post-doctoral residency in ocular disease and low vision rehabilitation at the Southern Arizona Veterans Affairs Hospital.
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Frequently Asked Questions
When should I see an optometrist?
When should I see an optometrist?1
You should see an optometrist once a year whether or not you believe you need vision correction. An annual eye exam can detect not only eye diseases but also other diseases like diabetes and high blood pressure. Schedule your eye exam today.
What should I bring to my eye exam?
What should I bring to my eye exam?1
You should bring your vision insurance and medical insurance information to your eye exam. If you currently wear any prescription lenses, bring your eyeglasses, sunglasses, and contact lenses. You should also bring any and all questions you may have. Contact your optometrist if you have specific questions about any additional items you think you may need to bring to your eye exam.
How do I know if my child needs glasses?
How do I know if my child needs glasses?1
Taking your child to an optometrist for an eye exam is the best way to learn if your child needs glasses. Many children who need glasses aren’t aware that they do. Signs of vision problems in children include sitting too close to the television, squinting, sensitivity to light, difficulty with eye-hand coordination, and avoiding visual activities like reading and drawing. To see if your child needs glasses, schedule your child’s eye exam today.
How does my vision change with age?
How does my vision change with age?1
Changes in vision that occur with age include reduced pupil size, dry eyes, loss of peripheral vision, decreased color vision, and vitreous detachment. The most common vision problem that comes with age is presbyopia, which is the normal and unavoidable age-related loss of focusing ability. Different types of lenses can provide help for presbyopia. The risk of developing cataracts, glaucoma, and diabetic retinopathy increases with age too. Your optometrist will discuss any age-related vision problems you’re experiencing at your next annual eye exam.
Who can wear contact lenses?
Who can wear contact lenses?1
Nearly anyone who needs vision correction can wear contact lenses. Contact lenses can provide vision correction for people with nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, or a combination of these issues. Finding the perfect lens for you is sometimes a process of trial and error. All of the lens parameters can be finalized only after you’ve worn the successful combination. Schedule an eye exam to talk with your optometrist about whether contact lenses would be a good vision correction option for you.
What conditions can an optometrist treat?
What conditions can an optometrist treat?1
An optometrist can treat vision problems like myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism. An optometrist also often treats common eye problems like dry eye syndrome and eye infections. An optometrist can also treat chronic eye diseases such as glaucoma. Optometrists are trained to detect and diagnose all eye problems and eye diseases. Schedule an eye exam today if you are experiencing any problems with your eyes or your vision.
What is involved in an eye exam?
What is involved in an eye exam?1
An eye exam involves a series of simple but comprehensive tests that allow your optometrist to assess your vision and your eye health. Your optometrist will discuss the results of your eye exam with you and determine the right prescription to help you to see your best.
Why should I get an eye exam?
Why should I get an eye exam?1
An annual eye exam involves more than just updating your glasses or contact prescription. A comprehensive eye exam can also detect eye health issues as well as general health problems. Conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure can be detected in early stages through an eye exam, and this can result in early treatment. Schedule your annual eye exam today.
What is a refraction test?
What is a refraction test?1
Your optometrist uses a refraction test to determine your exact eyeglasses prescription. Through showing you a series of lens choices through a device called a phoropter, your optometrist determines the amount of nearsightedness, farsightedness, and/or astigmatism that you have and the lenses needed to correct these vision problems.
How does an optometrist test my eyes?
How does an optometrist test my eyes?1
An optometrist uses several tests and tools to evaluate your eye health and your vision. Your eye exam usually will include a glaucoma test, a retinal screening, a visual field screening, an extraocular muscle test, and a refraction test. The results of these screenings and tests help your optometrist evaluate your vision and overall eye health.
Is a contact lens exam different than an eye exam?
Is a contact lens exam different than an eye exam?1
A normal, comprehensive eye exam will allow your optometrist to determine if your eyes are healthy enough to wear contact lenses. During your contact lens fitting, detailed measurements of your eyes will be taken to determine the right contact lenses for you. There is an additional fee for a contact lens fitting and evaluation for all contact lens patients (both new and established patients). Schedule your eye exam today to have all of your questions about contact lenses answered.
What should I expect from the optometrist?
What should I expect from the optometrist?1
At your optometrist appointment, your optometrist usually will check your eye health and evaluate your vision. After the exam, your optometrist will discuss your vision health and the right prescription for you. Your optometrist can also answer any questions you have about your eye health, eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, and contact lenses. Schedule your eye exam today.
What is the difference between an eye exam and a vision screening?
What is the difference between an eye exam and a vision screening?1
A comprehensive eye exam is administered by an optometrist and can detect not only vision problems but problems with eye health and general health as well. A vision screening is typically performed by a general medical practitioner such as a pediatrician or a nurse. While a vision screening can help identify vision issues, it can miss many important issues that a comprehensive eye exam can identify. This is why everyone is encouraged to get annual eye exams. Schedule your eye exam today.
How is vision measured?
How is vision measured?1
Vision is measured through a series of tests performed at an eye exam. Visual acuity is commonly measured by a series of two numbers, the first number representing the distance from which a person can clearly see something, and the second number representing the distance from which a person with normal vision can see that same thing. This measurement is typically obtained during an eye exam by having a person read from an eye chart with various sizes of letters.
Can eye exams detect other health issues?
Can eye exams detect other health issues?1
Eye exams can detect eye health issues such as glaucoma and cataracts. Eye exams can also detect general health issues like diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease. This is why eye exams are an important part of health maintenance for everyone regardless of age or vision correction needs. Schedule your annual eye exam today.
YOUR FAMILY’S VISION BENEFITS MAY BE EXPIRING
As you wrap up the year, don’t forget about eye exams for you and your family! Booking an eye exam makes it easy to get the most out of your vision benefits, especially if they expire at the end of the year*. Not only will you save money, but our trusted eye doctors will provide thorough eye exams so you can feel good about heading into 2022. Remember, your vision benefits likely cover prescription eyeglasses, sunglasses, and contact lenses, and you can also use your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Health Savings Account (HSA) on eye exams and prescription eyewear. We know your time is important and our eye doctors can get you in and out of your exam in no time. Schedule your eye exam online today! *Insurance plans may vary. Consult your benefits for more details.