Welcome to Magruder Eye Institute. We have been providing patients in Orlando, Wekiva, Apopka, Kissimmee and all of Central Florida with top quality eye care for over 50 years. Our array of knowledge and expertise assures that you will be treated with the utmost care. Our team of eye doctors and surgeons specialize in areas such as laser cataract surgery, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma management and treatment, corneal surgery, macular degeneration, dry eyes and eyelid surgery. You are sure to find a specialist to meet your individual needs. Schedule an appointment now online through our appointment request form or give us a call!
State-of-the-art treatment options, including laser assisted microsurgery and premium lens options.
The latest in retina treatment options including laser and injection therapy for best outcomes.
Early detection along with advanced treatment options, such as SLT Laser Option and medical management.
Advanced treatment and transplant options for the treatment of infections, diseases, degenerations and trauma.
Combining Ophthalmology with plastic or reconstructive surgery, primarily on eyelids and orbital area.
12 million Americans suffer from dry eye syndrome—Click here to learn more and find out if you are affected.
Board-certified Optometrists perform eye exams, contact lens fitting, disease diagnosis and management.
We offer designer brands such as Maui Jim, Versace, Fendi, and Silhouette along with advanced lens coating options.
Convenient, on-site surgery center offering the latest in laser and microsurgical options devoted to eye care.
Posted on Monday November 06, 2017
7 Types of Cataracts (and How to Treat Them)
Posted on Tuesday August 29, 2017
24.4 million Americans over the age of 40 are affected by different types of cataracts. Additionally, approximately half of all people over 75 have cataracts. Cataracts are a clouding of the eye’s natural lens. The lens sits just behind your pupil, which is the black ‘dot’ in the middle of the eye. As a cataract... Read More
Eye Care Advice for Better Vision
Posted on Thursday July 06, 2017
The American Foundation for the Blind says that by 2030, the number of Americans who have significant age-related vision loss will likely double. Multiple studies have shown that out of those who are legally blind (with vision of 20/200 or less), the majority are elderly. They weren’t born with poor vision. Instead, they’ve suffered from... Read More