Providing Excellence In Vision Care For 60 Years
A Tradition of Quality & Service
When it comes to clear vision, buying a pair of glasses is unique for each individual. For that reason, at Miller Optometry we understand the importance of providing our patients with personal, professional and detailed advice. We're here to help you with our team of eye care experts and opticians, our many years of experience, and the extensive range of services we offer.
Our Team Of Optometerists
Dr. Steven A. Miller, O.D.
Miller Optometry was established in Yucaipa by Dr. Norman Miller in 1957. Dr. Robert Miller joined his brother in practice in 1963 as did his sons Steven in 1982 and Norman in 1986. Dr. Norman Miller retired in 1989 and his brother Robert retired in 1991. Both sons Norman and Steven practiced together until 2004 when Norman relocated to Boulder Colorado where he is currently practicing at Kaiser in Denver.
Dr. Steven Miller graduated from Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove, Oregon in 1982. After completing internships in Denver Colorado and The Washington State School for the Deaf and Partially Sighted in Vancouver Washington, Dr. Miller joined his father and uncle in practice in Yucaipa. Dr. Miller received certification in Treatment and Management of Ocular Disease in 1995 and Treatment and Management of Glaucoma in 2012. He is a second generation optometrist and both he and his brother Norman are graduates of Yucaipa High School.
In September of 2014, Dr. Miller invited Dr. Sahil Dosaj to join Miller Optometry to keep our commitment to excellence in patient care by providing the highest quality of vision and service to each patient with the latest technology and science available.
Dr. Dosaj is a distiguished alumni of Western University College of Optometry where he graduated with honors. While in optometry school, he always excelled in all his contact lens, low vision, and ocular disease courses and in 2012 he received the award of “Who’s Who amongst American Universities & Colleges”. Having a keen interest in pathology helped him fall into the path of ocular disease. After completing his second year in optometry school, he knew that he wanted to do a residency, as he realized that the field of optometry is constantly expanding both medically and technologically. While he was rotating through his school clinic’s disease rotations in Virginia, he discovered a passion for ocular disease.
In 2013, Dr. Dosaj started a primary care and ocular disease residency at the Indian Health Services hospital in Crownpoint, New Mexico. The experience and knowledge he gained from the residency gave him a better grasp of ocular diseases. It enabled him to work closely with ophthalmologists and other medical professions to provide better care for patients. He uses the knowledge he has gained from his residency, to restore vision in patients with corneal abnormalities from diseases, surgeries, and trauma. An ocular disease residency has helped him build confidence and stay one step ahead of his colleagues in treating complicated diseases that are in the scope of optometry.
Dr. Dosaj currently works at two different private primary care offices in Yucaipa and Bellflower, where he focuses on primary care, ocular disease, specialty contact lenses, and pre and post op care for LASIK and cataract surgery. He occasionally gives lectures at conventions and to societies. Over the next year, Dr. Dosaj plans to become a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry.