Orlando Ophthalmologist
6068 S Apopka-Vineland Road , Suite 10
Orlando, Florida 32819 US
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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: Duke University

    Medical: MD, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: Internal Medicine, Jackson Memorial Hospital

    Residency: Ophthalmology, Vanderbilt Eye Institute

    Fellowship: Cornea and Anterior Segment, University of Minnesota

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What is the Ideal Age to Have Lasik Eye Surgery?

I like to wait until patients are at least 21 and I make sure that their prescriptions are stable, so they can enjoy their results longer! It is... READ MORE

Red lines in whites of eyes

You likely have a small subconjunctival hemorrhage.  When the vaccuum is applied before the microkeratome cuts the flap, it can break a blood... READ MORE

I Had Lasik and PPK About Four Years Ago. I Have Tear Duct Plugs. Is Latisse Still Safe?

If you've had refractive surgery done (in this case LASIK and PRK), that can certainly cause worsening dry eyes.  It is usually temporary,... READ MORE

Is Latisse Safe for Someone Who Has Sjorgren's Syndrome?

The major "ingredient" of Latisse is latanoprost. This is a pro-inflammatory medication. Sjogrens is essentially an autoimmune condition and... READ MORE

Too Old for Lasik?

There is no set maximum age for refractive surgery--it just depends on the patient and the situation. If cataracts are present, it is usually better... READ MORE

Is LASIK a Good Way to Correct Presbyopia?

LASIK or PRK are both good options for treating presbyopia, under the right circumstances, and as long as the patient realizes that it is not a... READ MORE

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