Optometrists who listen

We know you can choose any optometric office in the area, that is why we strive to go above and beyond what you expect from your EYE DOCTOR. We have learned a lot from our patients over the last 20 years and know that every day is another day we can offer better service. Patients have told us they don’t like to be dilated or the puff machine for testing glaucoma, so have invested in technology that gives us better testing so drop dilation and the puff machine are things of the past! We invite you and your family to Total Eyecare in Denton, Texas to get the very best eye care and eye doctors available in North Texas.

Kelby Trusty O.D.

Kelby Trusty, O.D. received his Doctor of Optometry from the University of Houston’s College of Optometry in 1988.  He holds an undergraduate degree in Microbiology from the University of Oklahoma and an Associate of Arts from the University of Maryland in Munich, Germany.

In practice since 1988, Dr. Trusty’s special fields of interest include anterior segment, sports vision, diabetic eye disease, and contact lens fitting.  He is currently the team eye doctor for the University of North Texas.

Dr. Trusty considers optometry the best career in the medical field.  It is a field that is always changing, and it also provides him with opportunities to build valuable relationships with the patients in his community.

In his personal time away from the office, Dr. Trusty enjoys traveling and operating a 12-acre winery in Cross Roads, Texas with his wife.  He also particularly enjoys spending time with his growing family, which includes his two grandchildren who keep him and his wife very busy.

Heath Coleman O.D.

Dr. Heath Coleman received his Doctor of Optometry summa cum laude from Northeastern State University’s College of Optometry in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.  Furthermore, Dr. Coleman received his Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences from Oklahoma State University.

Dr. Coleman graduated with many achievements during his college career and was actively involved in several volunteer organizations such as School Vision Screenings, American Optometric Student Association, and Special Olympics.  He also completed an externship in refractive surgery at Advanced Laser Center and is very passionate about providing each patient with the highest quality of eyecare.

In practice since 2011, Dr. Coleman has always been amazed by what can be diagnosed by looking in a person’s eyes.  He believes they really are a window to the health of the entire body.  Dr. Coleman enjoys helping people see and feel better and says it is especially exciting to watch a person’s reaction after getting their first correction as they experience seeing clearly for the first time.

Outside of the office, Dr. Coleman enjoys spending time bass fishing, bow hunting, and attending various sporting events.

Ibrahim Qattan O.D.

Dr. Ibrahim Qattan received his Doctor of Optometry in 2017 from Southern College of Optometry in Tennessee and received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Texas at Arlington.  Dr. Qattan was involved in school vision screenings, the National Optometric Student Association, and led a Remote Area Medical (RAM) group to provide free eye exams to people in need. He also completed his externship at the Corpus Christi Naval Base serving our service men and women and their families.

Dr. Qattan has been practicing optometry since 2017, the past three years being in Denton County.  His special fields of interest include pediatric eye exams and specialty contact lens fittings.

Dr. Qattan chose a career in optometry to help people see their best and says he especially enjoys interacting with his patients and helping them see more clearly with the aid of glasses or contact lenses.

In his free time, Dr. Qattan loves spending time with his wife and son.

 

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