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Dr. Liu was born in Seattle and raised on the Eastside in the Bellevue and Sammamish areas. She completed her Bachelors of Arts in biology at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon, and continued on to obtain her degree in optometry from Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove, Oregon. After graduating with honors, she returned home to Washington to be closer to her family.

When she is not working, Dr. Liu spends time with friends and family, traveling, cooking, bird watching, gardening, playing piano or watching a good movie.

picture pf Dr. Liu

College of Optometry



-We service patients ages 5 and up-


Eye Health Evaluations

  • Retinal Scanning **

  • Screening for:

    • Glaucoma

    • Diabetic Eye Disease

    • Ocular Hypertension

    • Retinal Pathologies

    • Dry eye syndrome

Comprehensive Eye Exams

  • Complete Eye exam

    • To determine the need for vision correction

Contact Lense Exams & Fitting

  • Contact Lens Exam **

    • Includes lifestyle lens type​

    • Fitting

    • Proper insertion and removal training (new patients)

    • Follow up visits

**Additional fees are required

Comprehensive Eye exam

We use our eyes every minute we are awake.  From driving to looking at a phone, our eyes help us navigate the world, enjoy the beauty of our surroundings and go about our daily lives.  This is one of the main reasons why an annual eye exam is essential.   This standard eye exam makes sure your eyes see at their best, function well, and are healthy.  A comprehensive exam evaluates from the front all the way to the back of the eye for everything from dry eye to allergies to more severe conditions.  Our eye doctors are here to help you understand the results of this exam and determine the best options for you to ensure comfortable, healthy vision for many years to come. 


Contact Lenses

Whether you want to be glasses-free on just the weekend or every day, contact lenses are a fantastic option for so many individuals.  Managing a wide range of eye prescriptions, contact lenses can correct for myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia.  The world of contact lenses is constantly changing with new brands and styles hitting the market every year.   We offer a wide variety of daily, 2-week, and monthly contact lenses as well as colored contact lenses.  Ask us about the best lens for you when you schedule a contact lens fitting with our office.  We also offer contact lens classes for people who wish to start wearing contacts for the first time. 


Myopia Control

Between genetic tendency and increasing amounts of screen time, children who become nearsighted often experience rapid changes in their vision between the ages of 6 and 15.  Once your child has become nearsighted, a mild increase in prescription is normal, but unfortunately most children up their glasses prescription by a factor of 1.00 or more per year.  These changes are not reversible, increase the child’s dependency on glasses, and put them at risk for ocular health concerns later in life.  Luckily, this change can be managed and slowed down with the use of specialty contact lenses.  Make an appointment today to have your child’s myopia levels evaluated and see if they qualify for myopia control lenses! 

Pediatric Eye Exams

Our office offers eye exams starting at age 5.  This is the age when many kids are starting preschool or kindergarten.  School is one of the most visually demanding aspects of a child’s life.  Now more than ever, they are looking at screens for their classwork and homework.  Eye strain, dry eye, excessive blinking, and headaches are becoming more common.  Make an appointment today to have us evaluate your child’s risk of eye strain, their need for glasses, and their general eye health. 


Computer Vision Syndrome

Just think about how many screens we all look at now.  We have phones with us all the time, monitors in our cars, TVs in our homes, tablets, and computers at home and work.  Screens can hurt our eyes in a variety of ways.  Not only do screens encourage dry eye and redness, but screens also can result in blurred vision, eye strain, headaches, and general fatigue.  If that isn’t enough, the blue light coming from the screens can keep us up at night.  Schedule an appointment today to see if screens are straining your eyes.


Dry Eye

Dry eye comes in many forms.  It can manifest as a mild irritated, gritty feeling.  Or, it can present as a subtle, fluctuating blurry vision that worsens after extended computer time or when you try to drive home from work.  Oddly enough, a dry eye can also water excessively causing one or both of your eyes to weep throughout the day.  Dry eye can be diagnosed at your annual eye exam.  Once evaluated, we will help you find the best way to manage your dry eye symptoms. 


Emergency Medical Visits

When something goes wrong with one or both of your eyes it can be a scary and often painful experience. If something doesn’t seem right with your eyes and isn’t improving, it is important to see your eye doctor as soon as possible.  Please schedule an appointment online, call us at (425) 641-7482, or email us at

  • Flashes of light

  • Floaters

  • Painful, red eye

  • Injury to the eye

  • A lost contact lens in the eye

  • And many more

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