Our eyecare professionals are dedicated to providing quality care to ensure the best possible health of your eyes. We carry the latest diagnostic equipment allowing the most accurate assessment and comprehensive testing available. Our staff is dedicated to providing caring service to each and every patient.



Maintaining healthy vision requires regular eye examinations to ensure early diagnosis and prompt treatment of eyecare conditions.

The refractive examination detects visual defects such as myopia (near-sightedness), hyperopia (far-sightedness) and astigmatism. We also assess binocular health checking for focusing issues and eye muscle disorders.

During the ocular health exam we assess the anterior segment of the eye for dryness, inflammation, and allergy disorders. We assess internally for lens changes and early onset cataracts. Dilation allows us to view the internal vitreous gel of the eye and the retina. Systemic conditions such as diabetes, elevated cholesterol and high blood pressure can often be detected during a dilated eye exam. We are also able to assess for glaucoma, macular degeneration, as well as retinal breaks and detachments.



Certain eyecare disorders require immediate attention. If you are suffering from eye pain, redness, swelling or irritation, we recommend scheduling an appointment immediately for evaluation. Sudden onset vision loss, flashes of light and floaters can be early warning signs of a retinal detachment and need immediate attention. Our staff will be sure you are seen the same day to ensure prompt treatment of the condition.



We believe in providing the most comprehensive eyecare to our patients. Dr. Brad Masuga is a board certified optometrist and residency trained in ocular disease. During his residency at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, Dr. Masuga specialized in the treatment of glaucoma, diabetes, macular degeneration and pediatric eye disorders. InFocus carries the highest technology available including a combined OCT retinal camera for early detection of glaucoma and macular degeneration. We also carry a full threshold visual field to assess loss of peripheral vision and brain tumor disorders.





All children should have a comprehensive eye exam by a board certified optometrist or ophthalmologist. Although pediatricians and school programs offer vision screenings, many conditions can still be missed. A child should have his/her first eye exam at age 6 months, and again at age 3. InFocus Family Eyecare is a proud member of the InfantSEE program. The InfantSEE program offers a free eye exam to infants within their first year of life. The public health program is managed by Optometry Cares and The American Optometric Association and is dedicated to ensuring that eyecare and visual health become part of a child’s health assessment at an early stage of life.