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Meet Our Virginia Beach Eye Doctor
A native of Virginia Beach, VA, Dr. Troy Morgan is a graduate of Pennsylvania College of Optometry, where he received his Doctor of Optometry degree in 2005. Dr. Morgan finds great reward and challenge in helping others. He has traveled to Ecuador as part of a missionary group to provide medical services to those less fortunate. Additionally, he traveled to Jamaica as part of an undertaking to improve healthcare for minorities.
Spirituality and a strong family upbringing have been the greatest assets in Dr. Morgan’s life. He is a well-rounded individual who lives by the motto “Treat people how you want to be treated.” Dr. Morgan is a member of the Virginia Optometric Association.
Every single set of eyes are unique, and our eye doctor in Virginia Beach will examine your eyes tailor your treatment to your specific vision needs. Our optometrist will create a personal treatment plan based on the most precise and detailed screening process and you will receive a customized set of treatment profiles programmed just for you.
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Our Optometrist serves Virginia Beach, VA
At Morgan Vision Care we work with the philosophy that to provide you with the best eye care, our eye doctor needs to take the time to get to know you and your vision needs. Whether you need a routine eye examination, eyeglasses, contact lens fitting or treatment for eye disease (such as glaucoma or macular degeneration) or eye surgery (such as LASIK), our optometrist will provide you with the best care, advice, options and follow up.
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Allergy Season: Q&A
Dr. Morgan Discusses Allergies
Allergies: Does rubbing my eyes cause any harm?
Rubbing can make the itch more intense when you have allergies. Some caution that excessive rubbing could lead to damaging the cornea, but it's only in rare circumstances. (For example, if you happened to rub the eye when the eye lids aren't fully closed. In general, however, rubbing is not harmful.