Dr. Hunter founded Hunter Vision because there wasn’t another practice that did refractive surgery the exact way he thinks it should be done: perfectly, transparently, and kindly. He is obsessed with detail, honest to a fault, and can be heard laughing loudly with patients during clinic hours. Dr. Hunter specializes in LASIK, ICL and Laser Cataract Surgery.
Dr. Brinton has a list of professional accomplishments (Harvard University, White House, New England Journal of Medicine…) that seems fictional—until talking to him for five minutes. Then it actually makes sense. He’s a uniquely gifted man who has dedicated his life to being the best at what he does. Dr. Brinton specializes in LASIK, ICL and RLE Surgery.
Dr. Eubanks is the latest to join the Hunter Vision surgical team. An Ivy League education and incredible surgical skills often create a divide between doctor and patient in the world of medicine. However, Dr. Eubank’s ability to connect with patients and deliver incredible results is the stuff of legend. He specializes in LASIK and Cataract surgery.
“Running a half marathon is much easier when you can actually see. Thank you Dr. Brinton and all the staff at Hunter Vision for making that happen for me. It was only two weeks earlier that I was wearing bifocals!
Nicoleta RLE Patient[fa icon="quote-right"]
“My husband had very poor vision and had worn contact lenses and glasses since he was 8-years-old. He now has better than 20/20 vision and raves about Hunter Vision. Thank you to Dr. Brinton and all the staff at Hunter Vision. We’d do it 100 times over again!
Laura Diaz DJ, XL106.7[fa icon="quote-right"]
“I was absolutely thrilled with the LASIK procedure I got from Hunter Vision and can see wonderfully now. I met with both Dr. Hunter and Dr. Brinton and they were both able to answer every question I had with confidence and professionalism.
Kirk LASIK Patient[fa icon="quote-right"]
In 1989, someone got their eyes lasered for vision correction for the first time ever. I’d give you the name, but HIPAA forbids it and I don’t know what it was. About 10 years later, LASIK had become an incredibly popular procedure because people had a way, for the first time ever, to get out of glasses and contacts with a quick...[Read More]