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As with any medical check-up or treatment, the provider that you're dealing with makes a huge difference in how comfortable you feel visiting their office. Unfortunately, many people have experienced the unpleasantness of an overly-clinical doctor's visit, where they leave the office with the impression that the practitioner didn't really care too much about his patients; like they were just another file name or case number.
At Brandon Eye Associates, that attitude couldn't be further from the truth. In addition to being lauded, board-certified physicians at the height of their careers, your Brandon and Plant City Ophthalmologists are caring healthcare providers whose main priority is the safety and overall well-being of their patients. Taking care of eye care needs is just one aspect of the service they provide - they are equally committed to educating their patients on advances in the field of ophthalmology and making sure they are well-informed on how to facilitate ongoing personal eye health and maintenance.
In addition to our well-respected, board-certified eye doctors and surgeons, our offices have 24 examination rooms and an onsite surgical room and optical center. You can expect to be greeted by a warm, friendly and highly knowledgeable staff, followed by a thorough examination and discussion with your ophthalmologist. Services that our eye doctors are able to provide include treatments for diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, cataract surgery, posterior capsular haze and glaucoma. The surgery room also allows procedures such as eyelid procedures to be performed on site. Each surgical procedure and exam is conducted with the latest high-tech medical equipment, ensuring that you receive the best physical, emotional and medical care while you're in our charge.
Brandon Eye Associates Brandon location isn't the only office where our patients can receive some of the highest quality eye care in the Florida region. Our Plant City location offers the same level of professionalism, knowledge and caring attitude to all of our patients. Our ophthalmologists in Plant City are held to the same high standards as the doctors at Brandon Eyecare Associates. Together they have decades of experience in routine eye care as well as in the latest cosmetic and surgical procedures.
There's no question that good eye health is optimal to a person's overall well-being. It's important to entrust the care of your eyes to well-educated, knowledgeable, skilled and caring health professionals whose main concern is providing top-notch, effective service. Although you may be able to get a routine eye exam at your local optometrist's office, in order to get comprehensive, full-service eye assessments, treatments and follow-ups, an Ophthalmologist is the way to go. At both our Brandon and Plant City practices, our goal is to make sure that when you leave our offices, you get high quality care and experience a caring atmosphere as well. For us, that's not just good customer service, it's also one of our most important guiding principles.
I have benefited tremendously from the eye care I received from Brandon Eye Associates
John/ Brandon, FL
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