Dr. Diana Pust

Dr-diana-pust-la-jollaGordon Schanzlin New Vision Institute, a TLC laser Eye Center is pleased to introduce Diana Pust, OD. Dr. Pust has many years of experience in providing refractive surgery candidate selection and education, pre and post-operative care for refractive surgery, cataract and refractive lens replacement surgery patients. She provides a full scope of optometric services including comprehensive family eye care, ocular disease treatment and management, and contact lens fittings. She is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the Southern College of Optometry, and earned her Bachelor in Science in Biological Sciences at UC Davis. Dr. Pust is licensed to practice in California and has worked with all aspects of optometry services, and will be a great addition to GSNVI-TLC.

Gordon Schanzlin New Vision Institute Institute offers some of the most technologically advanced bifocal and disposable corrective eyewear available, and we will be happy to answer your questions regarding glasses and contacts.

For more information on our optometry services, or to schedule an eye examination at Gordon Schanzlin New Vision Institute, please contact us today.

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