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Decades of Experience

Since 1985, the physicians at Brandon Eye Associates have been supported by the latest proven technology in eye care, including the most advanced lasers currently used to treat conditions such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, posterior capsular haze, and macular degeneration.

Patients benefit from our respected, Board Certified Surgeons, an onsite surgical room, 19 examination rooms, and an onsite optical center, all combined with an experienced, knowledgeable and caring staff, assuring complete healthcare for your vision.

With two convenient locations to choose from in Brandon and Plant City, FL, discovering a world of clear sight is easier than ever. Call us today and schedule your appointment.

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Our practice includes some of the country’s most respected physicians including:

Our physicians regularly perform the most advanced cataract surgery, including the use of implants such as ReStor, Crystalens or Toric lenses. These procedures treat more than your cataracts, they are designed to correct your full range of vision.

Experience some of the regions finest board certified eye surgeons, an onsite surgical room, 19 examination rooms, and a complete onsite optical center, all combined with an experienced, knowledgeable and caring staff, assuring complete healthcare for your vision.
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About Your Doctor

Many patients and consumers are confused about the qualifications of the eye care professionals who serve them. Perhaps the greatest area of confusion is the distinction between an optometrist and an ophthalmologist.

In the simplest of terms, an ophthalmologist is a medical doctor who specializes in treating the eye. An optometrist is a non-medical practitioner who has completed a post-graduate study program to provide a variety of eye care services.

Differences in the education and training of health care professionals are important because they affect the quality and level of care patients receive. However, state-level lawmakers frequently determine the scope of practice – the variety of services a health care practitioner can provide, the range of drugs, therapies, and surgery, etc. Therefore, when considering their healthcare/eye care options, patients should be mindful of their provider’s training and qualifications.

At Brandon Eye Associates, we want you to be confident in your care. In addition to their extensive educations, individual specializations and many years of experience, our M.D.s have spent up to 7 additional years in Residency training in order to become Board Certified.

Please click on the link at right for detailed information regarding your Opthalmologist.