Denmark R. Jensen, O.D.
Denmark R. Jensen, a graduate from The Ohio State College of Optometry became a full partner on August 16th, 2004. He received the 2010 Young Optometrist of the Year award presented by the Utah Optometric Association for significant service to the profession and to the visual welfare of the State of Utah. He was raised in Layton on Elm street until he was 9 years old when his father Dennis R. Jensen moved his family to Sheridan, Montana to run a family-owned grocery store. Denmark since went to Ricks College for two years to receive a degree in Interpersonal Communications. He graduated from Brigham Young University in December 1999 with a Bachelors Degree in Exercise Physiology. He graduated from The Ohio State College of Optometry in June of 2004. He also served a two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to the Copenhagen, Denmark Mission. You might wonder why he has such an unusual name. His great-great-great-grandfather was the first Scandinavian born on the plains of Nebraska, so they named him Denmark after the mother country. In honor of his legacy, Dennis and Corinne named their oldest son after him. Denmark is married to Dayna M. Jensen of St. Anthony, Idaho for 22+ years. Together they have 4 sons. He loves hiking, fishing, camping and skiing with his family.
James R David, O.D.
A native of Salt Lake City, Dr. David attended the University of Utah before acquiring his Optometry Degree from Ohio State in 2006. After graduation, he began a 4-year active duty tour with the US Navy, most of it overseas. Released from the Navy in the summer of 2010, he is thrilled at the opportunity to return to his home state to practice primary eye care and vision therapy in Davis County. Dr. David is a member of COVD, the UOA, and the AOA and resides in Kaysville with his wife Michelle and their 3 children.
Dr. David treats patients at Layton Visual Center on Fridays.
I have been privileged to be the manager at Layton Visual Center for 10 years. I received the 2010 Paraoptometric of the Year award presented by the Utah Optometric Association for outstanding service to our profession, our office, and the patients it serves. I earned a Bachelors Degree from the University of Utah in Family and Health Studies. I love working with our outstanding team and am very grateful for our patients and their friends and families. In my free time, I enjoy long walks, and spending time with my husband and family.
“I LOVE MY JOB!” “I love our Doctors, I love our team, and I love our patients. I take great pride in the care that our patients receive at Layton Visual.” Chantelle has been at Layton Visual Center for over 4 years. She enjoys working with patients of all ages, but really enjoys working with kids. Chantelle and her husband Bretton have 4 children. Her favorite place to be is outside. Whether it’s mowing the lawn or walking the trail, she enjoys a wide variety of outdoor activities.
I am an optician who trained at Layton Visual Center and currently study at Weber State University. I love learning Spanish and running. I enjoy selecting frames and customizing lenses.
I am a Special Education student at Weber State University. I love to dance, sing, act, and take pictures. I love being happy and smiling.
I grew up in and have lived in Layton most of my life and live on the Firth Family Farm. My husband and I are the parents of 4 children, 2 sons-in-law, and 3 grandchildren. I enjoy art, softball, hiking, music, musicals spending time with family, eating produce from our garden, and break-out singing and dancing to Alexa.
I have been working in eye care for over 5 years, and am an Optician, and Technician. I love meeting new people and helping others with their needs. When I’m not working, I love spending time with my husband, puppy, and family.
I am married to my best friend and have a beautiful baby boy. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and hope to pursue medical school in the future to become a neurologist. I love spending genuine quality time with people and love helping our patients feel important and cared for.
I started with the LVC in 2018. Dr. Jensen and the team make coming to work an enjoyable experience. They are not only co-workers but I consider them family.
I started off as an intern, and now I am an optician. I love all things 80’s, horror movies, and Harry Potter. I am a senior at Layton High School. I love people and have been around optometry through my father, Dr. Jensen who inspired me to pursue employment in the optometry field.
I started as a front desk associate and am now an optician. I really enjoy working at Layton Visual Center. Not only is the staff incredible but the job itself is very fun! When I am not working I am at school going into special education and spending time with my family.