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Dr. Byron Leeds, OD

Dr. Byron Leeds, OD

Age 56 Optometry M
(3) 3 reviews
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Dr. Byron Leeds, OD is a optometrist in Orlando, FL.

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      11250 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32817 Existing Patients: (407) 249-8666

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Education

  • Nova Southeastern University, Medical School — 1997

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I would highly recommend Dr Leeds. He is very thorough, professional and personable. I trust him with managing my eye health.
Jamie Early in Oviedo, FL — Sep 25, 2017
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