DR. HUNT

Dr. Hunt

About Dr. Seaborn Hunt III MD

Eye Surgery in Ocala & The Villages, FL

Seaborn Hunt III MD is a board certified ophthalmologist and cataract surgeon who provides complete medical, laser, and surgical eye care to Ocala Florida, The Villages, and surrounding communities. With over 15,000 successful eye surgeries performed, Dr. Hunt has extensive experience in advanced treatments for cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration. Dr. Hunt also sees patients for routine eye exams, and participates in clinical trials exploring the next generation of treatments for eye disease.  

Dr. Hunt is a Healthgrades Honor Roll Recognized Doctor, and has proudly served Central Florida patients for over 15 years. His practice specializes in the latest cataract surgery techniques plus other advancements including:

  • Laser-assisted cataract surgery
  • Multifocal lens implants for full-range vision
  • Surgical Astigmatism correction
  • Custom vision options to match your lifestyle
  • Glaucoma treatment and surgery
  • Diabetic eye care and laser surgery

Other featured services include comprehensive routine eye exams, macular degeneration, flashes & floaters, laser surgery, dry eyes, corneal disease, and foreign body removal from eyes.

New patients are always welcome, and Medicare plus most commercial insurances are accepted. Dr. Hunt and his staff pride themselves on providing patients with exceptional care and personalized service. This begins with the initial visit and lasts throughout your entire patient-physician relationship with the practice.

Outside of the Office:

Dr. Hunt grew up in Ocala, and feels privileged to give back to the community that he has called home since early childhood. When he’s away from the office, Dr. Hunt can be found with his wife and three children enjoying youth baseball, fellowship with family and friends, and appreciating the great outdoors.

Education and Training:

Dr. Hunt graduated from Florida State University in 1992 and the University Of Florida College Of Medicine in 1996. After interning at the University of Florida Health Center he completed his residency at the University of South Florida and Tampa General Hospital in 2000.

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