Welcome to Ogata EyeCare in Tigard, Oregon

Welcome to Ogata EyeCare. We're your eye care specialists in Tigard, OR, looking after your sight. Daniel Ogata and our entire team strive to give you the best in all optometry services, whether you have an eye emergency or need a routine checkup. Our office provides full-service eye and vision services. Scheduled and emergency appointments are accepted. 

Learn More About Our One-on-One Approach

In our office, we approach patient care on an individual basis. Our one-on-one approach means that you get the specialized care you need to protect your sight. We offer several services including:

  • Complete eye exams
  • Glasses
  • Contact lenses
  • Preoperative care
  • Postoperative care
  • Glaucoma testing

We provide these high-quality optometry services in a comforting environment. Whether this is your first exam or one of many to come, we welcome you to the office with open arms and experience you can trust.

We are a full-service optometric practice with offices in Portland and Tigard. We specialize in family vision care and can see anyone from infants to the elderly. We work with contact lens fitting and simple testing through the need for diagnosis and the management of serious eye diseases. No matter what your visual needs are, our providers are here to help. 

Call Our Ogata Office to Make an Appointment Today

Learn more about the services that we offer, our eye doctor, and hours and location by visiting us online at www.ogataeyecare.com. You can call to set up your first appointment by dialing 503-624-0006 (Tigard) or 503-281-1115 (Portland) or schedule online using the links above. Our office accepts most insurance policies including those from:

  • EyeMed
  • Aetna
  • Healthnet
  • MODA Health
  • Spectera
  • Humana Vision
  • TRICARE
  • Blue Cross 
  • VSP (out-of-network) 

...and many others. Call us to see if your plan is accepted, and we'll set up your appointment right away.

Call Us Today!

We look forward to helping you maintain your sight or reach your vision goals in the future. With hours every day of the week, there is always a time that you can come into the office and get the appointment you need. We realize that a typical 9-to-5 schedule isn't going to work for the average person. Join us at our office any day of the week, with appointments available as soon as 9:30 from Monday to Saturday and 10 a.m. on Sunday. Please feel free to call us with any questions and learn about how we can help you see clearly and comfortably.

Meet The Staff

  • Dr.
    Dale Ogata, O.D.

    Dr. Dale Ogata received his Optometry degree from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon in 1984, and has been practicing at this present site for almost 30 years. He is a member of the American Optometric Association, the Portland Metropolitan Optometric Society, and the ALLDocs Association. Dr. Ogata takes great pride in patient satisfaction and specializes in fitting contact lens and comprehensive family eye care.

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  • Dr.
    Carla Avruskin, O.D.

    Dr. Carla Avruskin received her Optometry degree from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon in 1996. She completed a residency specializing in Contact Lenses at Pacific University and OHSU’s Casey Eye Institute, and has been practicing at Ogata EyeCare, P.C. since 1997. A self-described perfectionist, Dr. Avruskin is known for her diligence and patience, especially in challenging contact lens cases.

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  • Dr.
    Elizabeth Davis, O.D.

    Dr. Elizabeth Davis received her Optometry degree from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon in 1996. She went on to complete her fellowship in Teaching at Pacific University, and has been practicing at Ogata EyeCare, P.C. since 1998. Dr. Davis also teaches courses in Anterior and Posterior Segment Ocular Disease at Pacific University College of Optometry, where she is known for her dedication and fairness.

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  • Dr.
    Meghan Malensky, O.D

    Dr. Meghan Crews Malensky received her Optometry degree from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon in 2007, and has been practicing at Ogata EyeCare, P.C. since then. Dr. Malensky is a member of the American Optometric Association, the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, and the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association. She also has a Master’s degree in Education in Visual Function and Learning.

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  • Dr.
    Anna Nguyen, O.D.
    Fluent in Vietnamese

    Dr. Anna Nguyen received her Optometry degree from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon. She completed externships at Pacific Cataract and Laser Institute, David Grant USAF Medical Center, and the Portland VA Hospital. Dr. Nguyen joined Ogata EyeCare, P.C. in 2014, and provides comprehensive eye care along with ocular disease management. 

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  • Dr.
    Daniel Ogata, O.D.

    Dr. Daniel Ogata received his Optometry degree from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon. Prior to that, he completed externships at American Lakes VA in Tacoma and multiple private practices scattered throughout the Pacific Northwest.

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Washington Square

Monday - Friday:

9:30 am - 7:00 pm

Saturday:

9:30 am - 6:00 pm

Sunday:

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Lloyd Center

Monday - Friday:

10:00 am - 6:30 pm

Saturday:

10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Sunday:

11:00 am - 4:00 pm

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