Dr. Daniel E. Quon was born in San Diego, California. However, he spent most of his life living in Los Angeles and Orange County. He earned his Doctorate of Optometry from South California College of Optometry, which is now known as Marshall B. Ketchum University. After graduating, Dr. Quon has made tremendous strides in his profession that he is wholeheartedly passionate about. He has additional certifications by the State Board of Optometry in DPAs, TPAs, Lacrimal Irrigation, Dilation, Punctal Occlusion, and Treatment & Management of Ocular Diseases (Glaucoma). He has been the recipient of numerous awards, which include: the Duffens Contact Lens Award, California Young OD of the year, 20/20’s Best and Brightest OD of the Year, Best of LA Optometrist, South Coast Plaza’s Greatest Increase in Sales Per Square Foot, Optometric Business Innovator Award by Vision Monday and Review of Optometric Business, and more! He has even been interviewed by several television networks over the years. Some interviews include: Fox 11 News (iZon Lenses), KOCE/PBS (American Health Journal on Dry Eyes & Cataract Surgery Lens Options), KCAL (Best of LA Optometrist), and KNBC (Empower Electronic Eyewear).
Dr. Quon has been in his private practice since 1979. His practice is located in Costa Mesa, CA. He continues to maintain a progressive and innovative practice that truly emphasizes patient education. In addition to his private practice, he is also currently or has been a member of numerous professional associations such as: AOA, AOA Contact Lens Section, COA, OCOS, BVI, NERF, and many others. He has been involved as a FDT Clinical Investigator for Wesley Jessen, Younger Optics, Barnes-Hind Hydrocurve, Ciba, AMO, ColorMax, and EyeBrain Medical. He has also served as the President of the Twin County Optimist Club and is currently serving on the advisory board for PEN (Primary Eyecare Network), Coastal Vision, and Percept Corporation.
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family. In addition to enjoying family time, he likes to read scientific articles on health and nutrition, traveling, photography, trying new cuisines, and wine tasting.