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Dr. Taylor Bladh, O.D. | Local Eye Exams in Diamond Bar, CA

We’re on N. Diamond Bar Blvd just north of the 57 and 60 interchange


We have implemented new Safe Practices to adhere to the CDC and American Optometric Association recommendations. We look forward to serving you and keeping you and our staff healthy and safe. Please familiarize yourself with the following before your next appointment:

1. Please text or call us from your car when you arrive for your appointment and wait for further instructions.
2. Face masks will be required while at our office and we will NOT be providing them
3. Temperatures will be taken before entering the office
4. Everyone will be required to wash their hands or use hand sanitizer upon entering
5. All patients will be asked about their health status
6. We ask that patients come to their appointment unaccompanied, so there will be fewer people in the office
7. Patients who need caregivers or minors may be accompanied by one person
8. Social distancing around the office will be observed as much as practically possible
9. Pens will be used once and then disinfected
10. Doctor schedules have been lightened to decrease patient flow throughout the office
11. Increased cleaning of patient areas will be prioritized
12. Car-side or curb-side pickup will be available for contacts or glasses, as well as shipping at no-charge to patients
13. To control the flow of patients in our glasses and sunglasses dispensary, frame selections/adjustments will be done by appointment only. Our staff is also great at doing glasses selection via email!
14. Tele health appointments are available for eye infections or other eye problems, without having to come into the office.
15. If you are new to our office, please fill out our patient forms on our website prior to coming in.



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The Fourth of July weekend is upon us and did you know that thousands of Americans spend part of their Fourth in the emergency room because of eye related injuries caused by fireworks? Watching the Diamond Bar 4th of July Blast at DBHS will help you avoid that, but don't tell this to JPP, he knows all too well the dangers of these pyrotechnics. These fun shows of display can be exciting when handled by trained professionals, but if you are going to light these small pieces of dynamite for yourself, please exercise caution while doing it.

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The majority of the injuries were reported from bystanders, and 40% of those were actually children under the age of 15. Firework related eye injuries can cause blindness and surprise, surprise, July is Firework Safety Month (who comes up with these things). If you are going to light your own fireworks and explore that adventurous side please be safe this holiday season! We want to see you healthy again for your next visit! Happy 4th everyone.