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Lisa V. Davis OD

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Diplomate of the American Board of Optometry

Lisa Davis OD studied optometry at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. She has extensive experience with retinal patients, having worked for a prominent surgical retinal practice for 17 years. Dr. Davis has been in practice for a total of 26 years.

In addition to her general practice of optometry, which includes eye exams for treatment and management of ocular diseases, contact lenses, and glasses, Dr. Davis recently expanded her practice to include a dry eye clinic. The dry eye clinic enables her practice to analyze tear film quality, quantity and offer evidence-based therapies for better dry eye therapy outcomes.

From a very young age, Dr. Davis was fascinated by glasses and had a soft spot for how vulnerable poor vision makes people. She grew up in Phoenix, Arizona with parents who fed her curiosities in science., and she credits them for making her into the “Geeky, card-carrying optometrist that she is today.”

Dr. Davis’s practice and the diagnostic instrumentations she has invested in for her practice are there to help her to provide accurate and timely care for her patients and shows her fascination with the endless technological advances happening in the field of optometry.

Dr. Davis is a diplomate of the American Board of Optometry. She is a member of The National Glaucoma Society and of Sigma Alpha Iota. On her off time, Dr. Davis loves to play and listen to music. She is the principal flutist for The Independence Sinfonia, a dedicated group of musicians, many of whom, like her, holds a degree in music but pursued a different career. Her other obsession is Golf.

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Due to the COVID 19 outbreak we are:

1. Reachable by text 215 376 0306

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5. Able to dispense glasses by preparing them for secure individual pickup. Adjustments to the glasses will not be made until it is deemed safe to have face-to-face contact.

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