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Our mission

- To provide expert serviceOur owner/operators aim to keep your satisfaction their highest priority
- To provide free adjustments and minor repairs
- To provide glasses
- To make sure you’re satisfied with your services
- To provide extraordinary value every day and to remember every time that Patient are our focus

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Osvaldo Caffa, MD, Ophthalmology , Cataract surgeon

Dr. Osvaldo Julio Caffa was born in Corrientes, Argentina. With Dr Caffa in Vision Specialty Care working for all this years make our work very easy and make our patients very satisfied with all his experience and knowledge Resume. Bachelor degree in 1954 in National college of Corrientes, Argentina and MD title at Medical School of Rosario, Argentina Internship in in Hutzel Hospital in Detroit , Michigan in 1966- 1967 Ophthalmology residency in Kresge Eye Institute, Wayne State University Post graduated- Fellow in Cornea in New York 1972 Intraocular lenses Course in Moscow 1976 Radial Keratotomy course in Moscow 1980 Voluntary work in Bulgary 1999, Nigeria 2000, China in 2001 Dr Caffa is a Board Certified and Member of American Academy of Ophthalmology

Jorge J Bacallao. M.D Glaucoma specialist

Dr Jorge J Bacallao was graduated in his first specialty in 1979 , with all this year experience he is able to provide a very good service and knowledge to our patients and families.

He is a Glaucoma specialist where all our patients needs to be aware of.

In 1984 earn a 100 points and thesis on San Paolesi Curve: Experience in Our Environment.

In 1985 he went to a course for Retinoplasma: Review and analysis of cases assign to the Cuban medical commission.

In 1986 Surgery for Myopia and corneal Macular Dystrophy.

In 1990 Chirurgic results of Intraocular Lens Implantation for Cataract Surgery.

With Dr Bacallao Vision Specialty Care feels like with all his experience we can grow and we can take care our community.

Smith Blanc. OD

Dr. Smith Blanc obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a minor in Business at the University of South Florida in 2005. He then pursued his professional dreams at Nova Southeastern University in the College of Optometry. During his educational experience he obtained numerous accolades, such as being inducted into the Beta Sigma Kappa Fraternity, making the Dean's list every semester, graduating with Honors, inducted into the Golden Key Society, and graduating in the top twenty percent of his class.

Furthermore, Dr. Blanc is highly active in the community. He participates in numerous health fairs, screenings and has completed six medical mission trips abroad which includes 4 in Jamaica and 2 in Haiti (one following the devastating earthquake). Dr. Blanc also served as president and vice president of the NSU's Chapter of National Optometric Student Association. Dr. Blanc also holds a board seat in the Broward County Optometric Association and remains an active member with the Florida Optometric Association. Dr. Blanc went on to complete residency specializing in Cornea and Contact Lenses at Nova Southeastern University college of Optometry in the year of 2010.

Kenneth R Pearlberg, MD

Harvard Medical School** - Awarded plaque -"In Recognition" - for my participation in: "Intensive Review of Ophthalmology" - presented by the course directors:
Frederick A. Jacobiec MD, David Miller MD and John J. Welter MD PhD Board Certifications:
American Board of Ophthalmology (11/99) * *Recertified (01/01/2010) American College of Surgeons (10/01) Fellow ,I have developed a new educational module for post-doctoral medical education and have been in dialog with Harvard Medical School and other Universities. This has also been discussed in conjunction with a teaching appointment for overseeing this innovation in medical education. .

Dr. Melody Bolanos O.D.

Dr. Melody Bolanos O.D. is a very caring and professional optometrist with a vast understanding of the South Florida community. A bilingual O.D with an effective ability to communicate, diagnose and propose treatment in a manner easily understood by her patients. Having an extensive cognition of the information and techniques needed to treat diseases and human eye injuries has been a staple of hers throughout her career.

Specialty: Doctor of Optometry. Diagnostic, management, and treating of diseases of the human eye and visual system.
Undergraduate education: Nova Southeastern University 2010.
Graduate education: Nova Southeastern University 2012.
Residency: Fox medical centers, Eye centers of south florida.

Joel D Aronowicz, MD

Uchiyama E, Aronowicz JD, Butovich IA, McCulley JP. Increased Evaporative Rates in LaboratoryTesting Conditions Simulating Airplane Cabin Relative Humidity: An Important Factor for Dry Eye Syndrome. Eye Contact Lens. Eye Contact Lens. 2007 Jul;33(4):174-6
Uchiyama E, Aronowicz JD, Butovich IA, McCulley JP. Pattern of Vital Staining and its Correlation with Aqueous Tear Deficiency and Meibomian Gland Dropout. Eye Contact Lens. 2007 Jul;33(4):177-179. McCulley JP, Uchiyama E, Aronowicz JD, Butovich IA. Impact of Evaporation on Aqueous Tear Loss. Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc 2006;104:121-128.
J.D Aronowicz, W.E Shine, D. Oral, J.M Vargas, J.P McCulley. Short-Term Oral Minocycline Treatment on Meibomianitis. Br. J. ophthalmol 2006;90:856-860.
J.P McCulley, J.D Aronowicz, E Uchiyama, W.E Shine, I.A Butovich. Correlations in a Change in Aqueous Tear Evaporation with a Change in Relative Humidity and the Impact. Am J Ophthalmol 2006;141:758-760. J.P McCulley, D. Caudle, J.D Aronowicz, W.E Shine. Fourth-Generation Fluoroquinolone Penetration into the Aqueous Humor in Humans. Ophthalmology 2006;113:955-959.
K.S Kooner, 3 Aronowicz, Chapter 34: Pharmacologic Modulation Filtering Surgery Wound Healing. In: Eve J Higginbotham, David A. Lee, eds. Clinical Guide to Glaucoma Management. Butterworth/Heinemann pp, Woodburn USA 2004: 495-518.
K.S. Kooner; J Aronowicz. Noncompliance in Glaucoma. Understanding why patients do not adhere to prescribed medical therapy may enable physicians to manage glaucoma more successfully. 2003, I: (2),
McCulley, J.P, Shine, W.E, Aronowicz, J, Oral, D, Vargas J. Presumed Hyposecretory-Hyperevaporative KCS: Tear Characteristics. 2003. Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc; 101:141-151 Alvarez J, Anca D, Aronowicz 5, Arrufat A, Belisario P. Anatomical Aspects of the Dispositions and Anastomosis of the Terminal Branches of the Brachial Plexes.1996 Rev. Soc. Venez. ciencias Morfol; 2:21-28
2007 Best Poster 1st year Residents, at the alumni day event. UTSouthwestern Medical Center Dallas, TX: Role of central corneal thickness (CCT) in circadian intraocular pressure (TOP) f luctuations in patients with mild to moderate primary open-angle glaucoma(POAG) Joel D Aronowicz, Philip Lieu, Jordan Lubahn, Michael Coleman, Patrick Brooks, Pranav Chitkara, Mohannad Albdour, and Karanjit S Kooner. 2000 Executive secretary, Scientific Society of Student of Medicine of the Central University of Venezuela (1998-2000), Dean's Recognition.

Dr. Jonathan Leon Rosen, MD

Dr. Jonathan Leon Rosen, MD. Is a bilingual New York transplant that has made South Florida his home since 2009. Specializing in General Ophthalmology and Oculoplastic Surgery, Dr. Rosen has developed a great rapport with his patients and their families throughout his career. His strong knowledge and ability to always find a successful solution to his patient’s problems makes him a valuable asset to the Vision Specialty Care group of Doctors.

Specialty: Ophthalmology, Oculoplastics Surgery
Board Certification: American Board of Ophthalmology
Undergraduate Education: B.S. SUNY Stony Brook
Graduate Education: M.D. SUNY Downstate College of Medicine
Residency: New York Ear and Eye Infirmary New York, New York
Fellowship: New York Ear and Eye Infirmary New York, New York
St. Luke’s /Roosevelt Hospital Center
Department of Ophthalmic Plastics & Reconstructive Surgery

Dr. Ariel Medina

Dr. Ariel Medina is an experienced and compassionated Optometrist with a remarkable knowledge of the information and techniques needed to diagnose and treat human injuries, diseases, and deformities of the eye in children and adults. His profound knowledge of the South Florida community together with his excellent interpersonal and communication skills makes him very dear to all his patients. Its Dr. Medina’s ability to approach problems objectively and provide support to patients one of his most recognizable traits.

Specialty: Diagnostic, management and treating of diseases of the human eye and visual system. Doctor of Optometry.

Board certification: Florida certified to prescribe Oral medications 2013. Overnight Orthokeratology Interactive Educational Program by Bausch & Lomb.

Undergraduate Education: Florida international university, Miami Florida
Graduate education: Nova southeastern university, Davie Florida
Residency: Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, Miami Florida
Fellowship: Member of the Beta Sigma Kappa International Optometric Honor Society

Chauntell Da Silva.OD