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Dr. Mark Miller is a native Nevadan. Dr. Mark was raised in Boulder City and graduated from Boulder City High School. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology from Southern Utah University. Dr. Mark received the Doctor of Optometry degree from the Southern California College of Optometry in 1991. He completed a Hospital Based Residency from the University of Alabama at Birmingham prior to returning to Las Vegas.

Dr. Mark is Board Certified in the Treatment and Management of Ocular disease. He is a member of the American Optometric Association as well as the Nevada Optometric Association. Dr. Mark worked with Southwest Medical Associates, Dr. James Beckwith, and Dr. John Lawyer prior to opening Advanced Eyecare.

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Dr. Brian Miller is a native Nevadan. Raised in Boulder City, he graduated from Boulder City High School in 1985. Dr. Brian received his undergraduate degree in Biology from Southern Utah University in 1989. He earned the Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern California College of Optometry in 1993. Upon graduation in 1993, Dr. Brian completed a hospital based residency at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Dr. Brian is Board Certified in the Treatment and Management of Ocular Disease and is Certified to treat and manage Glaucoma. He is a member of both the American Optometric Association and the Nevada Optometric Association. Prior to opening Advanced Eyecare, Dr. Brian was the Director of Optometry at Southwest Medical Associates.


Dr. Wendy Nguyen

Dr. Wendy Nguyen was born and raised in San Jose, California. She received her undergraduate degree in Human Biology from University of California San Diego in and earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern California College of Optometry. Upon graduation, Dr. Nguyen moved to Utah and completed a primary care and specialty contact lens residency at the Salt Lake City VA Medical Center and Moran Eye Center. 

Dr. Nguyen is Board Certified in the Treatment and Management of Ocular Disease. She moved to Las Vegas in 2016 and enjoys exploring Las Vegas' food scene and hiking in her spare time.

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Dr. Fakhra


Dr. Fakhra moved to the United States with her family when she was 14 years old. After receiving her Bachelor’s degree from University of Nevada Las Vegas, she moved to Philadelphia where she received her Doctor of Optometry degree from Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University in 2016. She then moved to Orange County, CA where she completed a year of residency in ocular disease and low vision rehabilitation at the Long Beach VA Medical Center. 

She is currently in the process of becoming a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry. She enjoys biking, hiking and spending time with friends and family.

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