The refractive-surgery experts at The Center for LASIK employ Allegretto Wave laser technology to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Board-certified ophthalmologists and cofounders Dr. Randy Burks and Dr. Raymond Gailitis each boast more than 15 years of experience in the business of bringing baby blues back into focus. Alongside their compassionate staff, they ensure comfort and confidence within a fully equipped facility. Clients can expect significantly improved vision, which often eliminates the need for glasses and contacts, and grants the ability to easily read more than minds.
A veteran of more than 69,000 successful laser vision corrections, ocular adjuster Dr. Martin Burger at LASIK Specialists adjusts patients’ ocular health through the use of LASIK refractive eye surgeries. The accomplished ophthalmologist tailors procedures to match each client’s individual optic ailment, unleashing a range of laser technologies, including custom ablation, high-definition vision, premier LASIK, and field trips to planetarium light shows. Refractive surgery can be used to safely treat most common ocular maladies—including nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism—and most patients are able to resume normal activities within a few days.
After graduating from New England School of Optometry, board-certified optometrist Dr. Gary Goberville worked alongside a pediatric eye surgeon for three years and taught pediatrics at Nova Southeastern University. That experience pays off at Eye Site Vision Center's three locations, where Dr. Goberville and his staff's pediatric services treat everything from lazy eyes to dyslexia. They don't just focus on kids' eyes, though; their adult services include sports-vision correction and exams that can detect signs of glaucoma, diabetes, and brain tumors. For the oldest eye ailment, 20/2000 vision, the facilities feature a selection of frames, sunglasses, and contact lenses.
Dr. Gary Goberbille of Eyesite Vision Center isn't satisfied with simply peering into the pupil with a little handheld light. Instead, he relies on advanced technology during his exams. Board-certified to spot a host of eye diseases, he photographs the back of the eyeball with Optomap retinal equipment, which not only reveal tumors and swallowed contact lenses, but telegraph ailments such as high blood pressure and diabetes.
At Eye Site Vision Center, board-certified optometrist Dr. Gary Goberville keeps clients of all ages in good ocular health with thorough exams and a wealth of specialty eyewear, lenses, and frames. High-tech equipment, such as Optomap Retinal Exams and Humphrey Automated Visual Fields capture exact images of retinas and optic nerves, while frames and sunglasses dress nose-bridges in fashions from Chrome Hearts, Lindberg, Oakley, and Gucci.
Dr. Bita Sabripour's medical colleagues turn to her when they have blurry vision. Whether it's because of her training at two of the world's premier eye centers, the Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins and Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Miami, or because her office is completely free of solar eclipses, medical professionals recognize the high-quality care one receives at her vision center. From basic exams to postoperative eye care, Dr. Sabripour and her support staff help patients through every step of their ophthalmologic journeys. This support extends to outfitting clients with frames and contact lenses.