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Kyle J Schell OD: Providing Eye Care to Victorville

For over 20 years, our practice has been providing  quality eye care for our patients in the Victor Valley. Our optometrist and experienced team of professionals are here to provide a personal experience and professional care, with state-of-the-art equipment. We follow the latest clinical research to diagnose and treat problems that arise while performing a comprehensive eye exam. An eye exam can help to catch early stages of eye diseases that may go unnoticed otherwise. That's why you should schedule an appointment for a comprehensive eye exam today.

Why Eye Exams are Important

According to the CDC, 11 million Americans over 12 years old, need vision correction. Regular eye exams are important in preserving your vision and early detection of diseases. Eye care should begin before a child begins Kindergarten. Not only can it detect any vision problems, but also, undiagnosed vision problems could be the cause of learning disabilities. Beginning your eye care at an early age will begin the start of your vision history kept by your optometrist.

Eye exams test visual sharpness, depth perception, eye alignment, and eye movement. A comprehensive eye exam will check for health problems and may even be able to spot other health issues like high blood pressure or diabetes. Without regular eye exams, some diseases may go unnoticed and cause permanent vision loss or blindness. Some diseases don't show any signs or symptoms at first, so early detection is important. Some diseases include:

  • cataracts
  • diabetic retinopathy
  • glaucoma
  • age-related macular degeneration

Services We Provide

At our optometry office, we provide comprehensive eye exams for adults and children. If necessary, a prescription for glasses or contact lenses will be provided, and we will help with fittings and finding the right pair of lenses for you. We will work with you and make recommendations for your eye care needs. If you are thinking about getting a refractive surgery, like LASIK, we do have a partnership with Invision Eye Centers. Ask us for more information on any of our services, or if you have questions on the results. Each appointment is individualized to meet and fit your needs.

Make an Appointment Today

Having annual eye exams are important to keep prescriptions up to date and to ensure you are not having any underlying vision problems. Our optometry office serves all of Victorville, CA and beyond. Call to set up an appointment today with an experienced optometrist at Kyle J Schell O.D.

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Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Kyle J. Schell, O.D.

    Dr. Schell received his bachelor’s degree in Physiology from the University of California, Berkeley in 1981 and his Doctor of Optometry degree from University of California, Berkeley in 1986. He has a wide variety of clinical experince, including serving as an active duty and reserve Air Force Chief of Optometry at Mather and Beale Air Force Bases, working in an opthalmology clinic and in private practice. He has treated a wide variety of vision problems and eye disease in practice settings ranging from hospitals, clinics and in remote villages on three continents from rainforest to arctic.

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  • Diana
    Office Manager

    Diana has been the office manager since the practice opened in 2000. She received her Medical Office Management Certificate from United Health Careers College and her California Optician's license in 2008. In addition to her duties as Office Manager and Dispensing Optician, she works with numerous eyewear companies to ensure our frame selection includes a wide variety including classic styles and the most current designer fashions. Diana has a wealth of knowledge, having worked in ophthalmology and optometry practices since 1988, as well as taking ongoing continuing education courses.

  • Cheri
    Optician, ABO Certified

    Cheri has been an optician since 2000 and has worked with Dr. Schell since 2006. Cheri has a deep commitment to each patient seeing their best with superior optical technology, and looking great with eyewear that suits their individual style. She takes the time to help patients understand their many vision correction options, and to guide them in selecting the options that best fit their own unique needs.

  • Regina
    Patient Services

    Regina has been with Dr. Schell since 2014 and has over 25 years in the optical industry. She makes our patient appointments and makes sure everyone feels comfortable and welcomed when arriving at our office. Regina has a wealth of knowledge of Vision Insurance plans. She always explains benefits to our patients and obtains prior authorizations for services before appointments. In addition, Regina trains our new contact lens patients on lens care and handling as well as repairing damaged eyewear and dispensing new eyewear.


Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Staff and Dr. Are very nice and professional. My family and I have been going to their office for years now."
    Miriam R.
  • "The doctor was very nice. Great attitude and staff is very pleasant. Got an appointment quickly. Did not have to wait to be seen. Doctor was very helpful in explaining what my son needed. Office is nice and we'll kept."
    Kim W.
  • "Great doctor great staff wonderful place to get your eyes checked and glasses if you need."
    Marion W.
  • "The staff at Dr. Schell's office are so friendly and all the equipment is up to date. Dr. Schell is also a very good and caring doctor. I highly recommend this office."
    Rebecca W.

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Hours of Operation

Kyle J Schell O.D. Inc.


9:00 am-5:00 pm


9:00 am-6:00 pm


9:00 am-6:00 pm


9:00 am-6:00 pm


9:00 am-5:00 pm