Dr. Aaron Thornton is honored to be included on the list of Newsweek America’s best American optometrists. Dr. Thornton works with patients at his practice, All Eyes On Me Optometry, in Oakland, CA and has been practicing for over 20 years. He was born in San Francisco and raised in Concord, California. He graduated from the UC Berkeley School of Optometry.
The list of 150 optometrists came through research of more than eye care 10,000 professionals & peers in eye care and treatment. The study goal was to find the doctors who had the most respect from their peers in three major categories: quality of care, the continuity of care and the quality of the technology in their practices.
Dr. Thornton practices in the Dimond neighborhood of Oakland, CA and was the #1 and only Oakland optometrist selected for the Newsweek top doctors list.
Dr. Thornton is an expert in:
- Vision and Eye Care
- Visual Acuity
- Optics of the Eye
- The Lens and Its Structure
- Refractive Error, Myopia, Hyperopia, Astigmatism
- Corneal Topography
- Anatomy of the Eye
- Patient Care
- Eyeglasse Prescription
- Dry Eyes
- and more…
Dr. Thornton practices based on his experience and care for his patients. He emphasizes active listening and compassionate care for his patients concerned about the quality of their sight and maintaining to see well.
This award is a significant honor since his peers participated on the voting and selection. The award is a reminder to keep striving for excellence. Dr. Thornton is honored to work hard and focus on his patients eye care.
Dr. Thornton is an established member of the Oakland community having lived here for over 20 years and is a dedicated hiker, community member, and helper to the city of Oakland.
One of the best American optometrists
Taking care of your eyes is important and finding the right doctors can make a big difference. If you are looking for an expert eye care doctor, Dr. Thornton is certified as one of the top 100 optometrists in America according to Newsweek.
Here is the official statement from Newsweek: ““Demand for professional eye care in the U.S. is expected to increase significantly in the coming years as the population ages. Not only are we collectively growing older, we’re also working our tired eyes harder than ever before as more and more of our time, both at work and at play, is spent looking at screens,” Newsweek noted. “Meanwhile, serious eye ailments, like glaucoma, which can lead to blindness, are on the rise. With all that in mind, Newsweek partnered with the respected global data research firm Statista, to find the best eye doctors in the country”
The survey did not rank opticians. Opticians are specialists in fitting eyeglasses and lenses but do not diagnose or treat injuries or other clinical issues.
Read more in the Newsweek rankings.