WHAT PEOPLE SAY
The best in their specialty!
Our veterinarian got this referral spot on! Dr. Beaumont and her staff are top notch and the best in their specialty! Not only are they professional but they are really personable as well. They all, including the doctor, made my dog and myself feel at ease. My dog is back to normal and she and my family couldn't be happier! We can't thank everybody at Animal Eye Specialists enough for their kindness and expertise!
Professionalism & Knowledge
We brought our dog to Dr. Beaumont and her team at Animal Eye Specialists in despair because he was having problems with his right eye. It turns out he had a serious ulcer on his cornea which had become infected. We were afraid he would lose his sight.
Dr. Beaumont and her team immediately displayed a high degree of professionalism and deep knowledge and quickly went into action. After several weeks of active and involved treatment, I am happy to report that our dog is back to his old self. His eye has healed, it is in working condition and his tail is wagging once again.
It is not an exaggeration to say that Dr. Beaumont and her team saved his sight. We will be eternally grateful for this. If you have any concerns about your pet's eyes, look no further!
Warm and Friendly!
This place is warm and friendly and they know what they're doing. If you have an animal that suffering from any eye problems you'll be amazed what they'll be able to do for you.
A specialty practice is designed to be an extension of the services provided by your veterinarian. General practitioners in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex and surrounding area manage many eye problems on their own, however, a patient is referred when the veterinarian believes that the pet has a complicated, severe or chronic eye problem and would benefit from the advanced training of a board-certified ophthalmologist.
Dr. Stephanie L. Beaumont is board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ACVO). A board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist is a licensed veterinarian that has continued his/her education by serving a 1 year internship followed by a 3 year residency in a teaching program that has been approved by the AVCO. After successful completion of the residency, the candidate must pass a rigorous credentials process and board exam. Once this is accomplished, the veterinarian becomes a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists and is then considered a specialist, or expert, in the field of veterinary ophthalmology.
A board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions involving the eyes and associated structures. They use highly specialized equipment for examination and surgery of the eyes. Veterinary specialty services are meant to supplement, not replace, your pet's primary healthcare provided by your veterinarian.
For more information about ACVO (American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists), please visit their website at www.acvo.org