Pediatric Optometrist

Shundale Mixon, O.D.
Optometrist, Pediatric Optometrist

Location: Gainesville

Dr. Shundale Mixon is a board-certified optometrist with a distinctive interest in strabismus, amblyopia treatment, and comprehensive pediatric and adult eye exams. Dr. Mixon has broad experience in the diagnosis and treatment of a vast array of ocular conditions. She has extensive knowledge and success with specialty contact lens fittings, including corneal and scleral gas permeable lenses, hybrids, and multiple soft contact lenses. Dr. Mixon also has a particular interest in myopia control with the use of soft contact lenses and orthokeratology.  She has a zest for interacting with kids and a passion for pediatric care.

Dr. Mixon graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Respiratory Therapy with minors in Chemistry and Spanish. She later graduated from Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry in Davie, Florida, and completed her residency at Omni Eye Services in Atlanta. She is a proud member of the American Optometric Association, the Georgia Optometric Association, and the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. She also currently serves as the Chair of the GOA Young OD Committee and is a member of the GOA Leadership Academy. During her leisure time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two delightful children. She is excited about being apart of the North Georgia Eye team and looks forward to her continued effort in pediatric eye care.

Important Info About Pediatric Eye Care

The American Optometric Association offers excellent information regarding pediatric eye care. Visit AOA.org for a wide variety of helpful articles. Please visit the following links for important age-related vision information:

What is an Optometrist?

The American Optometric Association offers several articles that explain the role of an optometrist in your and your child’s eye care:

Notice to all New Patients

The majority of New Patient exams are billed to your medical, not vision, insurance.  Initial visits constitute a complete medical examination of the eyes!