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Dr. Savanah Sayler, O.D. 

Dr. Savanah Sayler joined the practice in the Spring of 2012. She graduated summa cum laude from Northeastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry with her Doctorate of Optometry. While completing her educational requirements at NSUOCO, she received numerous honors and awards, including the Clinical Excellence Award for outstanding 4th year students and was named a Carl Zeiss Vision Fellowship recipient. Dr. Sayler has had extensive training in contact lens fitting and was selected by the contact lens faculty to receive the Heart of America Excellence in Contact Lens Award. Dr. Sayler is interested in ocular disease, especially relating to Multiple Sclerosis. During her time at NSUOCO, she performed award-winning research studying the focusing and eye teaming ability of the eyes in patients with Multiple Sclerosis.

Dr. Sayler grew up in the small town of Wilson, Oklahoma and graduated as Valedictorian. She attended Oklahoma State University where she received her Bachelor of Science majoring in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology with a minor in Chemistry.

Dr. Sayler enjoys volunteering at the Special Olympics, Remote Area Medical Volunteer Corps, National MS Society events, Bedlam Clinic of Tulsa, and Diabetic Day at the Tulsa Community Health Center.  In her free time Dr. Sayler enjoys attending OSU sporting events with her husband, taking her dog Dezzi on walks and runs, attending church, shopping, and reading.

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