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Doctors & Staff

Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make EyeGen Vision Center a proud provider of vision care products and services in Huntington Beach.

Dr. Gregory Smith

Dr. Gregory Smith earned a Master of Science degree in Chemistry from U.C.L.A. and a Doctorate of Optometry from the Southern California College of Optometry.  Dr. Smith has won several awards in chemistry and contact lens research. He has also co-authored a number of peer-reviewed articles in the fields of chemistry and contact lenses.

Dr. Smith has over 20 years experience in optometric practice and enjoys working with patients of all ages.  He is certified in the use of therapeutic pharmaceutical agents to treat and manage ocular disease including glaucoma.  He is knowledged and skilled in the fitting of specialty contact lenses such as Multi-focal, Keratoconus, Ortho-K, and post-surgical.

**Get to know Dr. Gregory Smith**

Favorite Movie:  4 Eyes and 6 Guns

Memorable Challenge in Your Life:  Climbing Mt. Langley

Favorite Color:  Blue

Dr. Ana Chang-Smith

Dr. Ana Chang-Smith is a Huntington Beach local. She attended Harbour View Elementary school from 1st through 8th grade, and graduated from Marina High School. Dr. Chang-Smith feels fortunate to be serving the community where she has many friends and family.

Dr. Chang-Smith earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at U.C.L.A and a Doctorate of Optometry from the Southern California College of Optometry. She is a therapeutic optometrist with glaucoma certification.  Aside from providing comprehensive eye exams, she is trained in the treatment and management of ocular diseases.

Dr. Chang-Smith is currently on staff at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California.  She is also on medical staff at QueensCare Health Centers in Los Angeles, California, providing eye care services in a community clinic setting.  She has also served as clinical faculty, an Assistant Professor at the Southern California College of Optometry.

**Get to know Dr. Ana Chang-Smith**

Favorite Movie:  The Notebook

Favorite Color:  White

Favorite eye care product:  One-day disposable contact lenses.  I started wearing contact lenses at 11 years old, when contact lenses were worn for an entire year (or more).  Contact lenses were super expensive for just one pair, plus cleaning was tedious.  Today, I wear a fresh pair everyday, and enjoy crisp vision without the maintenance.

Samm Arunrung

I was born and raised in Chicago.  I recently moved from Chicago to Southern California.  I love knowing that I’ve helped someone achieve clear sight with getting glasses or contacts. Being able to see them smile and say “everything is so clear!”

**Get to know Samm**

Favorite Movie:  Batman V Superman

Memorable Challenge in Life: Driving across the country from Chicago to California

Favorite Color:  Black

Best advice to offer patients in the ophthalmic industry: Take care of your eyes, get your yearly check-up. Your eyes are one of the most important things about yourself!

Olivia Wilson

I love working in the eye care field!  Sight is everything.  It is an honor to help people preserve the ability to see.  From something cosmetic to serious medical issues, it’s a great feeling to see someone leave relieved and happy with how you helped them.

**Get to know Olivia**

Favorite Movie: The Breakfast Club

Best Advice To Eye Care Patients:  Don’t wait until you notice changes to come in for an exam. Develop good habits of getting yearly check ups now, it can help you a lot in the long run!

Favorite Color: Pink

Favorite Eye Care Product: Ocusoft lid scrubs! Especially for females, they can help get all the makeup off that gets stuck between lashes.