Bausch & Lomb Zyoptix™ Wavefront Doctors in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
At Storm Eye Institute, vision is our mission.
With three convenient locations: Downtown Charleston, North Charleston, and Mt. Pleasant we seek to advance the science of ophthalmology and meet the eye care needs of the public by committing: to care, to teach, to serve, to discover. We are committed to caring for our patients with excellence and with innovative treatments. We are committed to caring about our patients, their comfort, well-being, safety and satisfaction. With mutual respect and teamwork, we are also committed to caring for and about each other.
Dr. David O'Day is a highly trained and experienced corneal and refractive surgeon, with expertise in the most advanced techniques of corneal and vision correction surgeries. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, he has traveled far to receive a well-rounded education and the highest quality professional training obtainable. He has applied this training since 1993 in both academic and private ophthalmologic practice settings, with subspecialty focus on corneal and refractive surgery.
Most Popular Procedures: Custom Wavefront LASIK, LASEK, LASIK Eye Surgery
- Cataracts, LASIK - Laser Eye Surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery (BOTOX®), Ophthalmology, Ophthalmology: Oculoplastics, Optometry
- Charleston Cornea & Refractive Surgery
- 574 Lone Tree Dr
- Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Why Choose Charleston Cornea & Refractive Surgery?
Charleston Cornea & Refractive Surgery is committed to helping the people of our community to see better through the latest innovations in vision correction.Charleston Cornea & Refractive Surgery is regarded as one of the leading eye care centers in the United States. Dr. O'Day has helped thousands of people enjoy better vision. We are committed to excellence because the world turns to us for answers, and our patients turn to us for the best eye care treatment available.
Most Popular Procedures: Custom Wavefront LASIK, Epi-LASIK, Excimer LASIK, LASIK Eye Surgery, PRK (Photorefractive Keratectomy)