Forsyth, Dr. Greg

101 Sawmill Rd
Raleigh, NC 27615
(919) 847-0051
Business Description: Dr. Greg Forsyth is a Global Key Opinion Leader for Bausch and Lomb and lectures for them as part of their National Speakers Bureau. He has lectured in NY, PA, FL, Atlanta, Las Vegas and Denver. Dr. Forsyth assisted the upper management of B&L at their National Sales Meetings as a content expert to the reps. He will be lecturing at the AOA Convention in June in Washington, DC. Dr. Forsyth does clinical trials and studies related to contact lenses currently for B&L and CooperVision. He is also writing articles for CooperVision on fitting of their multifocals that can be read on their e-letter Focus in Presbyopia. In the past Dr. Forsyth served on the Advisory Board of Ocular Sciences prior to their sale to CooperVision. To see if this optometrist is board certified, visit
Services: Ent, Optometrist
In Business Since: 1984
On Angie's List Since: 2/6/2012
Office Hours: By Appt
Features: Emergency Service
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Senior Discount: 10%
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