Barton Eye Associates, P.A.
Dr. Brian K. Barton was born and raised in Alma, Michigan. He attended Michigan State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry in 1985.
Dr. Barton worked in clinical research at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, where he specialized in protein chemistry. He has published several papers and abstracts in contributing to the treatment of lung disorders and emphysema.
After spending two and a half years in Galveston, Dr. Barton attended optometry school at the University of California at Berkeley. He received his Doctorate of Optometry degree in 1992. He returned to Texas and practiced as an associate in a private practice in Arlington for five years.
Dr. Barton founded Barton Eye Associates in August of 1998. He has been very active in several of the local schools and community events, as well as the chamber of commerce. Dr. Barton resides in North Arlington. During his spare time he enjoys music, golf, skiing, and all sports.
Marshall Argovitz has held the title of Master Optician for more years than he wants to admit. Marshall also was given the title of Optician Extraordinaire, which most say is a perfect fit. Marshall's eye for detail, style, and image is truly what he soars in for all of our patients. Styles change all the time and it is totally ok for you to change as well. He knows that each person has their own comfort zone and that's usually what they try to stay within. The challenge of taking our patients to the next level is what makes Marshall go to that special place. Color, Shape, Size, Comfort, and Style are all to be considered when you start searching for your new eyewear.
Marshall has his own approach to making all our patients part of the Family here. He will go the extra mile to find what eyewear you want and will absolutely give you his approval or disapproval if he thinks it won't work for you. You can't always have a Friend or Family Member with you to pick out your new eyewear and that is why we have Marshall. We have a little something for one and all. Glasses should be fun, useful, and make a statement. Come have a Good Time picking out your new Eyewear. Yes that's right, we said, "Have a Good Time!" See You Soon!