WHY Medical Optometry America?

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Better Eye Health

When you choose an optometrist at Medical Optometry America, you are choosing experienced eye doctors who are completely committed to your long-term eye health. Just as you rely on a primary care doctor for your body, you need a primary care doctor for your eye health. Medical Optometry America doctors of optometry are precisely that: highly trained primary care doctors for your visual and ocular health.

The Medical Optometry America seal of approval is a promise to our patients. With Medical Optometry America, you get the best of today’s leading medical science with personalized care from our primary eye care doctors.

Who We Are

Medical Optometry America doctors are committed to excellence in eye care, using best-practice diagnostic and therapeutic techniques to provide the highest-quality patient experience. Their practices are medically-focused and work collaboratively within a broader network of healthcare professionals across their local communities.

All MOA practice locations are equipped with state-of-the-art technology for the diagnosis and treatment of common medical eye conditions. This includes:

  • OCT/OCTA: A non-invasive imaging test which allows a practitioner to see each of the retina’s distinct layers which helps provide treatment guidance for glaucoma and diseases of the retina such as AMD and diabetic eye disease.
  • Fundus Photography: Fundus photography involves the use of a retinal camera to photograph different regions of the eye. This test is considered medically necessary for conditions such as AMD, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and multiple sclerosis.
  • Meibography: A quick and comfortable test that involves taking an image of the tear glands (meibomian glands) to assess whether or not a patient is producing healthy tears.
  • Advanced Dry Eye Treatments: Treatments like Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) and thermal pulsatoin (Lipiflow) which are designed to remove blockages in the tear glands for dry eye relief.
  • And more!

Our Mission Statement

Medical Optometry America aims to help Americans preserve the beauty of sight by expanding access to high-quality medical eye care.

Why Choose Us

It is said that the eyes are a window to your health, and the doctors of Medical Optometry America agree. Even if you do not need vision correction, everyone needs a primary eye care provider to maintain their visual health and detect potential concerns before they cause significant issues.

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Medical Optometry America works with independent, forward-thinking optometrists. Joining us helps demonstrate your commitment to practicing at the top of your field. Better yet, we provide the best practices, tools, and support to help you keep you there.

Franchise Opportunity

Every Medical Optometry America doctor is vetted, trained, and experienced with our industry-leading best practices. You can rest assured that our mutual patients are in excellent hands with us.

About Medical Optometry America

Our Team of Experienced Doctors

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Dr. Leslie E. O’Dell

OD, FAAO

James Thimons

OD, FAAO

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Rob Allen

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Diabetic Eye Exams: What to Expect & Why They’re Important

Eye Care

Diabetic Eye Exams: What to Expect & Why They’re Important

Eye Care

There’s No Sugar-Coating the Effect Diabetes Has on Your Eyes If you have diabetes, you’re likely no stranger to the ways it can affect your entire system. Proper management of your disease requires a close and honest relationship with your healthcare team, including your optometrist.  No matter the type of diabetes you have, you’re at […]

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April 7, 2021
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Dr. Leslie E. O’Dell

There’s No Sugar-Coating the Effect Diabetes Has on Your Eyes If you have diabetes, you’re likely no stranger to the ways it can affect your entire system. Proper management of your disease requires a close and honest relationship with your healthcare team, including your optometrist.  No matter the type of diabetes you have, you’re at […]

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Is Dry Eye Becoming More Common?

Eye Conditions & Diseases

Is Dry Eye Becoming More Common?

Eye Conditions & Diseases

Have you ever felt a stinging, burning, or scratching sensation in your eyes? Experiencing these symptoms, especially persistently, justifies a visit to your optometrist. Red, painful eyes can seem insignificant, but they’re symptoms of dry eye disease.  Dry eye disease seems to be more prevalent than ever with millions of Americans experiencing symptoms, but what […]

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April 6, 2021
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Dr. Leslie E. O’Dell

Have you ever felt a stinging, burning, or scratching sensation in your eyes? Experiencing these symptoms, especially persistently, justifies a visit to your optometrist. Red, painful eyes can seem insignificant, but they’re symptoms of dry eye disease.  Dry eye disease seems to be more prevalent than ever with millions of Americans experiencing symptoms, but what […]

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Optometrist vs. Ophthalmologist: Which Eye Doctor Should You See?

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Optometrist vs. Ophthalmologist: Which Eye Doctor Should You See?

Eye Care

There Are Different Types of Eye Doctors If you’ve ever booked an eye exam, needed eye surgery, or had an eye infection, you’ve likely noticed there are different kinds of eye doctors to choose from. From optometrists to ophthalmologists, you may be confused about who you should see and when.  What’s the difference between an […]

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February 10, 2021
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Dr. Leslie E. O’Dell

There Are Different Types of Eye Doctors If you’ve ever booked an eye exam, needed eye surgery, or had an eye infection, you’ve likely noticed there are different kinds of eye doctors to choose from. From optometrists to ophthalmologists, you may be confused about who you should see and when.  What’s the difference between an […]

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