Meet Dr. Pearl



Dr. Pearl

Dr. Scott M. Pearl is a Specialist Optometrist in Jacksonville who provides Myopia Control Care services for the surrounding communities.

As a licensed optometrist since 1984, Dr. Pearl has provided countless exams, diagnoses, and treatments of all disorders that affect the eye or vision. He recently relocated to the Jacksonville area from South Florida where he ran his own Optometric practice for over 30 years. Dr. Pearl completed his Certified Residency in Pediatric Optometry at the prestigious Eye Institute of the Pennsylvania College of                                      Optometry in 1985.  

Dr. Pearl was President of the Dade County Optometric Association and also served as President of the Florida Optometric Association. He remains active in organized Optometry.

Dr. Pearl  has guest lectured and taught the Certification Course required to fit Paragon CRT Lenses to practicing Optometrists at several Optometric meetings. He continues to regularly present the same certification program to the Fourth Year Optometric students at Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry. 

Dr. Pearl works hard to stay current on the latest advances in eye health and vision care and regularly attends continuing education seminars and advanced training courses. It is because of Dr. Pearl's dedication to continuing education that our Jacksonville patients receive the most modern and progressive vision care available.

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