Meet The Team
Dr. Craig Sultan, O.D.
Dr. Craig Sultan, (O.D.) is a graduate of the State University of New York College of Optometry. He also has a Masters Degree in Immunology from U.C. Davis. Dr. Sultan has practiced in the Bay Area for 38 years and in the Napa/Solano area for 20 years.
Dr. Sultan did his residency in pediatrics at the State University of New York and worked with thousands of children from six months of age and up.
Dr. Sultan specializes in personalized care, giving every patient personal attention. “I am very proud of the relationships I have with my patients and they appreciate the extra mile I go for them. My commitment to my patients is ongoing professional education. As technology and the world around us changes, we keep updated because we desire to provide the best care possible for our patients,” says Dr. Sultan.
Dr. Sultan belongs to the California Optometric Laser Associates (COLA) and has been co-managing LASIK for 15 years when he had the procedure himself.
Cindy Saechao, Administrative Manager
Cindy has over 10 years of Optical experience. As Administrative Assistant, she schedules appointments, reviews patient’s insurance and does the medical billing. Cindy also does thorough preliminary testing and works with patients in the retail boutique in picking the right frame for their lifestyle. She is patient and considerate and has a wonderful rapport with all the patients and staff. She is a Bay Area native and enjoys her free time with her family that includes her daughter, Jaynalyn, and son, Junior.
Nina has over 11 years of customer service and retail experience, which includes six years in the optical industry. She takes pride in giving patients a quality experience, from pretesting, understanding the technical aspects of the patient’s prescription. to finding the perfect eyewear that meets the lifestyle and visual needs of each patient.
Nina grew up in Solano County and has been a huge fan of the Oakland Athletics her whole life. In her free time, she enjoys her family and friends or getting lost in a good book.