Drs. Selwyn and Paul Super are recognized as world leaders in their fields and work in close association with each other as holistic practitioners.

Dr. Paul Super, B.S., O.D., FAAO

Dr. Paul Super specializes in the field of contact lenses, orthokeratology and in the care of patients with keratoconus, and other corneal and refractive problems. He demonstrates additional skills in the handling of his patients through his knowledge and experience in aviation medicine and vision therapy.

Dr. Paul Super is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry. He served as a Clinical Professor at the State University of New York, College of Optometry and currently serves on staff at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and as an Adjunct Clinical Professor at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. He acts as a consultant to Ophthalmologic and Optometric journals, and performs FDA studies and research in the development of corneal bifocal lenses and also as a medicolegal expert witness.

Dr. Super is the doctor physicians choose for their own personal eye care. His colleagues refer to him for assistance with "challenging to fit†patients and many patients come to him as their last hope to wear contact lenses. Dr. Super is known as the patient's doctor due to his gentle style, patience, dedication, compassion and bedside manner. He sees patients of all ages from infants to centenarians.


Dr. Selwyn Super, D.Optom., B.Ed., M.Ed., Ph.D., FAAO

Dr. Selwyn Super specializes in the field of behavioral and neuro-optometry and how vision relates to learning and general function and behavior. Professor Super was the founding dean of the school of Optometry at the University of Johannesburg (formerly RAU) He is a practicing educational psychologist with a credential in school psychology and is a diplomate  in Binocular Vision and Perception of the American Academy of Optometry, and is a University of Southern California Post Doctoral Fellow in Multivariate Neurocognitive Development.

Since immigrating to the United States, Dr. Super has served terms as an Adjunct Clinical Research Professor at the Southern California College of Optometry, as a visiting scholar in the Neuropsychology Department at the University of California, Los Angeles, and as an Assistant Research Professor in the  Psychology Department at The University of Southern California.

 Dr. Super is the Editor in Chief of the Optometric Extension Program series on Neuro-Optometry, and is on the advisory board of the McGraw Hill Annual Editions on Aging. Apart from his clinical interests he lectures to graduate students and practitioners on vision, perception and school readiness, and to undergraduate psychology students on human development and aging, and on research methods. Dr Super’s broad academic and vast clinical background combine in a way that has made him a world authority on binocular vision, vision- related learning problems, developmental delays and on the rehabilitation of patients with brain injury.




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