In my previous post, “How to Choose a Dry Eye Specialist,” I discussed the three keys to look for: expertise, experience, and excellence. Those three Es are central in choosing a doctor to treat any ailment. So, how do I stack up on that list?
My career in optometry actually started with my dad, an optometrist in Ogallala, Nebraska, who helped set my expectations and high standards for vision care. I graduated from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis in 1986 and began pursuing my dream of bringing immediate relief and long term vision care to my patients.
My 30 years of experience have been spent not only helping patients find the right solutions to their vision needs, but also on expanding the options I can provide them. This includes developing specialties in glaucoma, diabetic management, refractive surgery management, the hard-to-fit contact lens patient, as well as dry eye treatment.
You can’t really sit still in any industry these days. That’s particularly true with healthcare and optometry. You need to stay in a perpetual pursuit of excellence. The specialties I’ve added attest to this pursuit as does the new technology that we’ve added over the years in response to medical advancements. All this helps us help our patients.
In real estate “location” is everything. Well, if you’re in or near Plano, our location has you covered.
Our office is staffed by friendly and caring people who have your best interest at heart. They’ve also developed considerable expertise in working with insurers to make sure you are getting the most from your coverage. We also take a great deal of care with our physical surroundings. You can be sure that the office is always pleasant, well-organized, and clean.
We feel strongly that your search for the perfect optometrist will reach its successful conclusion when you walk in the door of our office.
Give us a call and let’s get started providing you superb vision care and treating your dry eye.
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Disclaimer: The content on this blog is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of qualified health providers with questions you may have regarding medical conditions.