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Some eye problems, especially those related to the retina, can progress swiftly and lead to irreparable vision loss. If you're noticing more floaters, seeing flashes of light, or have newly blurry vision, you need to visit an eye doctor. Call our office to set up an appointment. We also have an office in Beverly Hills to meet patients' needs.
Benefits of Choosing Our Lancaster Office
Continuity of Care
Unlike some optometry and ophthalmology practices, especially in desirable parts of California, we are not a large group where you could be shuffled from provider to provider. Dr. David J. Parks personally performs all of our services, from preliminary examinations to advanced, sight-saving procedures. He gets to know each patient as an individual and his familiarity with their unique backgrounds, concerns, and health goals means he can adhere to the highest standards of care.
Dr. Parks is a board-certified ophthalmologist, meaning he is a highly trained medical doctor. He is also a retina and vitreous specialist who is adept at treating not only common conditions like diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration, but also retinal detachment, ocular inflammatory diseases, and AIDS-related eye diseases.
Although Dr. Parks founded Pacific Retina Specialists in 1999, he is committed to using the most up-to-date diagnostic and surgical technology available in the field. He has reaped the benefits of incredible advancements throughout his career and is excited to see today's technology and techniques achieve better and better patient outcomes.
Hear From One of Our Patients
"He has helped me with my vision, He is very professional, and I would recommend Him any time."
Get to Know Dr. Parks
Dr. Parks is an excellent choice for your eye care. In addition to his board certification and specialization, his background and education includes:
- Internal medicine internship at the University Hospital in Long Island
- Ophthalmology residency at the Krieger Eye Institute at the Sinai Hospital
- Two-year fellowship in ocular immunology and uveitis at the National Eye Institute
- Scientific investigator in a clinical trial using a new device for intraocular drug delivery
- Author of numerous scientific journal articles on both clinical ophthalmology and laboratory research
- Presenter of this work at various national and international meetings and conferences