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Dr. Joseph Cohen


Woodland Hills Optometrist

Contact Lense Fitting

W In our Woodland Hills offices, we implement a complete contact lens fitting just to make sure you get to the contact you’d love to wear for a long time.  

Comprehensive Eye Exam

We would love to have you over to our office in woodland hills to learn more about our services and enjoy your complimentary first-time visit discount of 30%.

Reorder your contacts

Reorder your contact lenses by simply calling our woodland hills office or by writing to us at the bottom of the page in the message section.

TOP 10 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY YOUR GLASSES With Dr. Cohen, Woodland Hills Optometrist

10. We’re fun
09. Great Costumer Service
08. Flexible hours
07. One year Warranty on frames and lenses

06. Lenses and frames customized to meet your individual needs
05. We only use the highest quality lab
04. We have a huge selection of frames in all price ranges
03. Latest designer fashion frames
02. Knowledgeable multilingual and easy to work with staff
01. If you don’t look good, we don’t look good!

What Our Patients in Woodland Hills Say About Us!

Dr. Cohen is AWESOME! The ladies in the office are also AWESOME!
They were able to see me the day I called for a last minute appointment.
Everyone is so friendly and..

Michelean W.

Job Role, Dr. Cohen's Patient

Just wonderful!! Dr. Cohen is so personable, and his care for his patients just shines through. Nida and Sima in the front are sweet, professional and very knowledgeable.

I am so glad that..

Estella C.

Los Angeles, CA, Dr. Cohen's Patient

Dr. Cohen answered all of my questions without me even asking them.

He did a thorough examination on my eyes and gave me a recommendation on how to make my k to him.

Janet M.

Northridge, CA, Dr. Cohen's Patient

Being new to CA I was overwhelmed with the number of eye doctors in my area. Knowing my medical history it was important I found an OD with extensive knowledge..

Marcy R.

Woodland Hills, CA, Dr. Cohen's Patient


Would you like to reorder your contact lenses online?

Using the link bellow, you can order your contact lenses at your convenient time and location. Or else, you could give us a call during the business hours and request a reorder of your contact lenses.

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Questions and comments are always welcome, so please feel free to contact out office.

Address: 19737 Ventura Blvd., Suite 201, Woodland Hills, CA 91364

Call: 818-345-3937

Business Hours:   M-F:  10 am-4 pm , Sat & Sun: Closed

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