Our team of dedicated eye health professionals are here to serve you. We combine extensive knowledge in the field of optometry with a passion for helping people solve their vision problems. It is our goal to create a friendly and professional atmosphere that you can rely on for all of your eye health needs.

Meet Our Eye Doctors In Cary, NC


Dr. Badwan was born and raised right here in Raleigh, North Carolina. He graduated with honors from North Carolina State University with a degree in Civil Engineering and a minor in Biological Sciences in 2003. He later earned his Doctor of Optometry degree from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 2007, while also earning a Bachelor of Science in Vision Science in 2006.

Dr. Badwan practiced optometry in Northern Virginia for 3 years before returning to North Carolina in early 2010. Since then, he has provided primary eye care to patients in the heart of the Research Triangle Park.

Dr. Badwan is passionate about treatment and management of ocular diseases, delivering primary eye care to the overall population and providing children with proper early eye care to help their visual system develop properly. He is certified in different orthokeratology techniques including Paragon’s corneal refractive therapy (CRT).

His clinical rotations included the world renowned Bascom Palmer Eye Institute and a specialty Pediatric Clinic at Nova Southeastern’s Davie Campus. He is proficient in Arabic, English, and Spanish eye examinations. In his spare time Dr. Badwan likes spending time with his family and friends, traveling, and playing sports.


Dr. Keller Hopkins is from Fayetteville, North Carolina. He graduated from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill with a degree in Political Science in 2013. He later earned his Doctorate of Optometry from the University of Missouri – St. Louis in 2018.

Dr. Hopkins is passionate about specialty contact lens fitting, graduating with an award for being a top contact lens clinician in his class, management and treatment of ocular diseases, especially glaucoma, and providing primary eye care to his community.

His clinical rotations included the pediatrics clinic at the University Eye Center in St. Louis, Missouri, an ocular disease clinic at the Veteran’s affairs hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, and even a rotation with Wake Family Eye Care.

In his spare time Dr. Hopkins enjoys spending time with his family, trying new and interesting restaurants and food, as well as attending sporting events.