Dr. Mayes grew up in Derby, Kansas where he enjoyed playing football and basketball, and hanging out with his younger brothers. After high school, Dr. Mayes attended Oklahoma State University and graduated in 2005 with a Bachelors of Science in Biology. During his years at OSU,
he worked with the intramural sports department and enjoyed participating in many intramural athletic programs.
Dr. Mayes went on to attend the Oklahoma College of Optometry where he graduated in 2009. Dr. Mayes' case reports and research projects have received both local and national accolades. Dr. Mayes’ graduate research on perception of gaze has been published in journals such as the International Vision Research Journal. Dr. Mayes has written many award-winning case reports, including a case report globally recognized by HOYA Vision Care. Other award winning case reports have been recognized by large entities such as Alcon Pharmaceuticals (for his work with contact lenses), the American Optometric foundation (for his work with infant vision), Oklahoma College of Optometry (for his research and for clinical excellence), Marchon Eyewear (for his practice management work), Healthy Eyes Healthy People (for his work with diabetic eyecare), Vision Service Plan (for his clinical skills),and Essilor Laboratories of America (for his work with presbyopia).
Dr. Mayes is currently a member of the American Optometric Association, the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Professionals and The College of Optometrists in Vision Development.
Dr. Mayes grew up on a ranch outside of Leedey, Oklahoma where she enjoyed playing sports, and competing in piano. After high school, she attended Oklahoma State University and graduated in 2004 with a Bachelors of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
Dr. Mayes went on to attend the Oklahoma College of Optometry in Tahlequah, Oklahoma from 2004 to 2008. Here, she met and married Dr. Brandon Mayes. Dr. Amber Mayes then went on to complete a fellowship at one of the largest vision therapy clinics in the region, the Oklahoma Vision Development Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Here, she gained valuable clinical and vision therapy skills in the specialty field of vision therapy and vision related learning disorders. Dr. Mayes has attended approximately 200 hours of specialized training and education in pediatric vision and vision therapy seminars throughout the United States to gain valuable experience in treating patients with strabismus, amblyopia, and vision-related learning problems. Dr. Mayes is currently a member of the American Optometric Association, InfantSee, the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Professionals and The College of Optometrists in Vision Development.
Dr. Mayes enjoys community involvement and currently serves on the Oklahoma Parents as Teachers board. She has received recognition for being one of the top InfantSee providers in the state. Dr. Mayes also enjoys providing in-service education for teachers and nurses, as well as speaking at community clubs and organizations about pediatric vision development, and vision and learning.
Both Dr. Amber and her husband Dr. Brandon enjoy working with local schools and Skyline Ministries to donate eye exams and glasses to those in need. This year they have donated over 150 eye exams and over 100 pairs of free glasses. Amber and Brandon have two children.
Dr. Mayes grew up in Derby, Kansas where he enjoyed playing sports with his older brothers and friends. After high school, he played college basketball for one year at Wichita State University before transferring to the University of Kansas to finish his studies. During his time at KU he was active in the Sigma Nu fraternity. He graduated from KU in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry.
Dr. Mayes went on to attend the Oklahoma College of Optometry where he graduated in 2017. While in school, Dr. Mayes developed a passion for the treatment of dry eye. He focused his research on how to utilize new technology to treat dry eye. His work received national attention and he was awarded the HOACLS Student Research Award, which is given to the top 5 student research projects nationwide. Dr. Mayes completed his externship at the Harrel Eyecare Dry Eye Center in Tulsa, one of the leading dry eye treatment centers in Oklahoma. Here he furthered his experience with the latest dry eye treatment options.
Dr. Mayes has received multiple awards for his expertise with contact lenses. He is an award-winning author of a case report on fitting and evaluating specialty contact lenses. In addition, he was recognized by his professors as the recipient of the Oklahoma College of Optometry Excellence in Contact Lens Award.
Dr. Mayes is currently a member of the American Optometric Association, the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Professionals and The College of Optometrists in Vision Development. Dr. Mayes is the younger brother of Dr. Brandon Mayes.
Dr. My Dinh O.D.
Dr. Dinh is native to northwest Oklahoma City. She attended Putnam City High School, where she enjoyed playing cello. After high school, she attended the University of Oklahoma and graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. During her time at OU, she was highly involved with the pre-optometry club and worked as an ophthalmic technician at an optometry office for three years.
Before attending optometry school, Dr. Dinh was a research technician in a molecular biology laboratory at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. She went on to attend the University of Missouri-St. Louis College of Optometry and graduated in 2013. Through UMSL’s fourth-year rotations, Dr. Dinh was able to intern at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City and the Optometric Vision Development Center in San Diego to increase her knowledge about pediatric vision and vision therapy. Dr. Dinh is currently a member of the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians and the American Optometric Association.
In the past few years, Dr. Dinh has practiced primary care optometry in Tulsa and Wichita Falls, Texas. She is happy to be back in Oklahoma City to be near family and to serve her home community.