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Dr. Debra L. McIntyre

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Optometrist

Local Address: Escondido, California, United States
Accent on Eyes Optometry
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Bachelor of Science Degree , Visual Science
  • Doctorate , Optometry
    Southern Californa College of Optometry
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ACCENT ON EYES OPTOMETRY - Our Practice
www.accentoneyes.org, 7 June 2014 [cached]
Debra L. McIntyre, O.D.
Dr. McIntyre holds a Doctorate in Optometry from the Southern Californa College of Optometry as well as a Bachelor of Science Degree in Visual Science with additional undergraduate studies in business administration and management. She has been a member of the American Optometric Association since 1994 and has participated in many aspects of the organization, including serving as Vice President of her local society. She has received various awards for both her research in low vision and for her devotion to outstanding patient care. In the community, Dr. McIntyre is a member of the Escondido Sunrise Rotary and is the liaison to the San Pasqual High School Interact Rotary Club.
Dr. Debra McIntyre - ...
westcoasteyecare.com, 13 June 2015 [cached]
Dr. Debra McIntyre - Optometry
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Dr. McIntyre Dr. McIntyre earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from the Southern California College of Optometry. She also holds a B.S. degree in Visual Science.
Dr. McIntyre practiced optometry in the Florida Keys from 1998 to 2002 while managing a mobile low vision program for seniors in the Miami area. In 2002, she moved home to California and began working with West Coast Eyecare. In 2013, after having operated a private practice over the last decade, Dr. McIntyre rejoined West Coast Eyecare, where she continues to see both previous and new patients.
Dr. McIntyre has additional certification in orthokeratology (specialty lenses for non-surgical correction of nearsightedness), as well as in the newest hybrid lenses for patients who wear bifocals or have irregular corneas. She is also the recipient of the Designs for Vision Award and the Minnie Flaura-Turner Award for research in low vision.
Every year, Dr. McIntyre travels to Mexicali with the Escondido Sunrise Rotary to provide hundreds of eye exams and free glasses for the needy. In her free time, she participates in local church activities, is a member of the San Diego Interfaith Choir and Orchestra, and loves to read, attend live theater performances , and enjoy time at home with her husband, son, and multiple pets.
ACCENT ON EYES OPTOMETRY - Our Practice
www.accentoneyes.org, 17 April 2011 [cached]
Debra L. McIntyre, O.D.
Dr. McIntyre holds a Doctorate in Optometry from the Southern Californa College of Optometry as well as a Bachelor of Science Degree in Visual Science. She has been a member of the American Optometric Association since 1994 and has participated in many aspects of the organization, including serving as Vice President of her local society. She has received various awards for both her research in low vision and for her devotion to outstanding patient care. In the community, Dr. McIntyre is a member of the Escondido Sunrise Rotary and serves on the board as the "commissioner of peace."
Debra McIntyre, ...
westcoasteyecare.com, 9 Aug 2014 [cached]
Debra McIntyre, ODOptometry
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Dr. Debra McIntyre
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Dr. McIntyre earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from the Southern California College of Optometry. She also holds a B.S. degree in Visual Science.
Dr. McIntyre practiced optometry in the Florida Keys from 1998 to 2002 while managing a mobile low vision program for seniors in the Miami area. In 2002, she moved home to California and began working with West Coast Eye Care. In 2013, after having operated a private practice over the last decade, Dr. McIntyre rejoined West Coast Eye Care, where she continues to see both previous and new patients.
Dr. McIntyre has additional certification in orthokeratology (specialty lenses for non-surgical correction of nearsightedness), as well as in the newest hybrid lenses for patients who wear bifocals or have irregular corneas. She is also the recipient of the Designs for Vision Award and the Minnie Flaura-Turner Award for research in low vision.
Every year, Dr. McIntyre travels to Mexicali with the Escondido Sunrise Rotary to provide hundreds of eye exams and free glasses for the needy. In her free time, she participates in local church activities, is a member of the San Diego Interfaith Choir and Orchestra, and loves to read, attend live theater performances , and enjoy time at home with her husband, son, and multiple pets.
Eyeware
www.keynoter.com, 2 Mar 2002 [cached]
"Some anglers, like fly fishermen, who are constantly exposed to sharp hooks moving through the air, might for safety reasons consider polycarbonate lenses, which are impact-resistant, lighter than plastic, more shatter-resistant and only slightly more expensive," according to Debra McIntyre, an optometrist in Tavernier.Photochromic lenses adjust the density of their tint to varying light conditions.In bright light, they darken and allow less light to pass through; in low-light levels, they lighten in density to allow more light to pass.In concert with polarization, they provide still another option for serious anglers.
What color to choose?Can lens color make a difference?
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"Another advantage of the amber-colored lenses," according to McIntyre, "is that they tend to heighten visual clarity, a factor that should be taken into consideration by people who are facing the onset of cataracts."Gahagan, the Key Largo optometrist, agreed, saying that "some of the brown/amber-colored polarized lenses tend to block out more blue than other color lenses, and therefore may be better in the long term for the prevention of macular degeneration."
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McIntyre, for example, said, "In my opinion, the wrap-around style of eyewear provides superior protection for the entire eye."
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