Dr. Philip Stiles attended the University of Houston and received his Bachelor of Science Degree in 1982. After continuing on at the University of Houston College of Optometry, he completed his degree and was licensed by the Texas Board of Optometry. In 1984, Dr. Philip Stiles opened up his optometry office in Carrollton, Texas and is currently still practicing at that location. As optometry and technology advanced and expanded, he received his Therapeutic Optometric License from the Texas Board of Optometry in 1992. That was followed by The Optometric Glaucoma Specialist License by the Texas Board of Optometry, in 2000. Additionally, he became American Board of Optometry Certified in 2012.
In the spring of 2006, Dr. Stiles opened up an additional, private practice, optometry office in Prosper, TX. He continues to practice from both locations. Over the course of these past 30 years, Dr. Stiles has had many opportunities to serve both in professional memberships as well as civic memberships and volunteer opportunities. His professional memberships include: American Optometric Association, Texas Optometric Association; serving 6 years on the Board of Directors and the Dallas County Optometric Society where he served as President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. On the civic side, he served on: the Advisory Board of Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD Academy of Biomedical Sciences, the Student Health Advisory Committee in Prosper-ISD, as well as, Frisco YMCA, McKinney and Prosper Youth Associations as a volunteer youth athletic coach.
Dr. Stiles and his wife Linda live in Prosper. They are very thankful for their six children, and enjoy being part of the many family activities.
You can also schedule an appointment online at the Carrollton location with Dr Stiles, or call 972-416-1270.
After graduating from Superior High School in Nebraska in 1982, Dr. Wade Konvalin attended Kansas State University where he received his Bachelor of Science in 1986. He continued on in his studies at the University of Houston College of Optometry where he received his degree to practice optometry and was Licensed by the State Texas Board of Optometry in 1990. Dr. Konvalin continued to keep up with the advances in optometric medicine and received his Therapeutic Optometric License from the Texas Board of Optometry in 1992, and his Optometric Glaucoma Specialist License from the Texas Board of Optometry in 2000.
Dr. Wade Konvalin belongs to the following Professional Associations: American Optometric Association, Texas Optometric Association as well as the Better Business Bureau. He also is a member of the Prosper United Methodist Church.
Dr. Konvalin and his wife, Nelda have three children and enjoy visiting grandparents and going to church. In addition to family activities, Dr. Konvalin especially likes working on his ’68 Camaro, riding his Harley, pheasant hunting and Nebraska and K-State football.
1983 B.S. Texas Christian University
1987 O.D. University of Houston College of Optometry
1988 Residency: Pediatric Optometry and
Binocular Vision Disorders at the
University of Houston College of Optometry
1989-1994 Faculty at the University of Houston College of Optometry
Clinical Faculty Positions:
Advanced Pediatrics Clinic
Advanced Binocular Anomolies Clinic
NOVA Clinic (Nonverbal Patients)
Classroom Faculty Positions:
Binocular Vision and Developmental Lab
Various Peer Continuing Education classes
1994-Present: Private practice optometry office in Carrollton, TX
Pediatric Eye Exams from newborn to teenagers
Exams for Nonverbal patients
Developmental Evaluations for Learning Difficulties
To make an appointment with Dr. Surdacki at the Carrollton location, call 972-416-1270.
Dr. Eric Wang was born in Houston, Texas where he proudly attended the University of Houston and received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with Magna Cum Laude in 2015. He continued in his education and attended the University of Houston College of Optometry and received his Doctor of Optometry degree in 2019. Shortly after, Dr. Wang received his Therapeutic Optometric License from the Texas Board of Optometry, followed by his Optometric Glaucoma Specialist License.
Dr. Wang’s externships included a semester rotation at Community Eye Clinic in Fort Worth, Texas, where he was exposed to a wide range of ocular pathology and advanced contact lens fitting including myopia control. His next site included a semester rotation at Golden Eye Clinic in Center, Texas, where he handled numerous encounters of corneal foreign body removals, minor surgical procedures, and ocular pathology for the rural population.
In addition to optometry, Dr. Wang enjoys playing tennis, badminton, basketball, and billiards.