Our Doctors...
...provide the highest level of training combined with a friendly attitude to be sure your visit is enjoyable and solves your problem.
Ron Davidson, O.D.
Dr. Ron Davidson is the founder and president of Eyes Nouveau. Raised in Fort Worth, he attended Stephen F. Austin University before moving to Houston. There, he received multiple degrees from the University of Houston, including his Doctor of Optometry.

After successfully practicing optometry for many years, Dr. Davidson wanted to create an eye care facility that combined the very latest in eyecare technology, with the most complete line of Optical products available in the eyewear industry. That concept is what make Eyes Nouveau so distinctive. He now has two locations in Fort Worth and Southlake.

As a licensed Therapeutic Optometrist and an Optometric Glaucoma Specialist, he emphasizes all areas of primary eye care, including very difficult contact lens fittings, (i.e. keratoconus), treatment of eye diseases, and management of Laser in-situ keratomileusis (LASIK). He has received numerous awards in the eye care industry, as well as recognition by every major contact lens manufacturer in the United States.

He has participated in eye care projects with the medical staff at The University of North Texas Health Science Center, as well as the Texas Rangers baseball team. Dr. Davidson has been described as a perfectionist with an eye for detail. This personality trait may be one reason for his aptitude in the highly precise eye care field. Though he now spends the majority of his time training and overseeing the Eyes Nouveau staff, Dr. Davidson still enjoys seeing certain patients, especially those with challenging issues.

When he’s not at the office, Dr. Davidson enjoys traveling with his lovely wife, Amy. His other hobbies include weight training (once featured in a national fitness magazine), water sports, his pet horses and dogs, and following college football, especially the hometown TCU Horned Frogs.
John L. Bass, O.D.
Dr. Bass was born and raised in the Portland suburb of Parkrose, Oregon. After graduating high school in 1987 with a stellar high school basketball career, he was offered a scholarship to attend Pacific University, located in the city of Forest Grove, Oregon. From 1987-1991 Dr. Bass earned a Bachelor of Science, majoring in biology and finishing as the third all-time leading scorer in Pacific history. In October of 2004 he was inducted into the Pacific University Athletic Hall of Fame.

Dr. Bass then went on to attend Pacific University College of Optometry from 1991-1995. He graduated with honors and moved to Fort Worth to work with Dr. Davidson. He wants each patient at Eyes Nouveau to feel as if their vision concerns were addressed completely and thoroughly.

Dr. Bass is a Therapeutic Optometrist and Optometric Glaucoma Specialist with an expertise in all areas of primary eye care, including very difficult contact lens fittings, treatment of eye disease, pre and post-op co-management of Laser in-situ keratomileusis (LASIK), low vision, and pediatric eye care. If there is a kid to be seen, Dr. Bass is a great choice. He loves kids and has often been described as a big kid himself.

Dr. Bass has also participated in eye care management with the medical staff of The University of North Texas Health Science Center, and Medical Development International. He is a proud Christian and member of Gateway Church. He loves to spend time with his 2 girls and is very active in soccer, basketball, water skiing, as well as anything adventurous. Recently, Dr. Bass has become a certified CrossFit Level 1 Trainer and enjoys helping others reach their athletic potential.
Marcus Whatley, O.D.
Dr. Whatley grew up in Northeast Texas in the small town of Atlanta. Upon graduating high school, he attended The University of Central Arkansas. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology in 2005 and spent the next four years earning his Doctorate of Optometry from the University of Houston College of Optometry. There he was a member of the Dean’s List and Beta Sigma Kappa Honor Society. Dr. Whatley began his career in San Antonio before becoming the newest doctor in the Eyes Nouveau family.

Dr. Whatley is a Therapeutic Optometrist and Optometric Glaucoma Specialist. He has experience in glaucoma management, LASIK and cataract post-operative management, diabetic eye disease examinations, and any of your other primary eye care needs.

Dr. Whatley prides himself on ensuring patient satisfaction with a friendly atmosphere, a first class eye examination, and treatment with the most cutting edge technology available. His personable attitude and high spirits makes for an enjoyable examination experience for patients of any age.

Dr. Whatley spends the majority of his free time with his beautiful wife Marcy and 4 children.
Aaryn McComb, O.D.
Dr. McComb grew up in Southeast Kansas in the small town of Chanute. Upon graduation, she attended the University of Kansas where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Biology. She then moved to Saint Louis, Missouri to complete her Doctorate of Optometry degree at the University of Missouri – St. Louis. Here she was a leader in the Volunteer Optometric Society for Humanity and the school’s optometry-specific political organization as well as her class’ social representative. In optometry school, she had the opportunity to participate in two medical mission trips to Central America and to represent her school and profession in Washington, DC. She loves to learn and was elected a member of the Beta Sigma Kappa honor society and the Dean’s List. Throughout her academic career she has had extensive training from the pioneers in her field and has gained expertise in pediatrics, low vision and contact lenses with special emphasis in ocular disease and surgical co-management.

As a recent graduate, Dr. McComb enjoys staying on top of recent developments in optometry and practicing evidence-based medicine. Even more – she loves people and is constantly doing everything in her power to provide her patients with the best she has to offer. She prides herself on ensuring that every patient feels comfortable, well taken care of and is able to leave with a better understanding of their ocular health. 

Dr. McComb is an active member of Gateway Church and spends her free time with her family and her husband relaxing, traveling and being with friends.

Jordan Yip, O.D.
Dr. Yip was born and raised north of the border in Alberta, Canada. He attended the University of Alberta where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Sciences. He then decided to move to the United States and attend the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas where he graduated with his Doctorate of Optometry Degree from Rosenberg School of Optometry. Dr. Yip graduated from school Cum Laude and was a member of the Dean’s List and Beta Sigma Kappa Honor Society. During his time at school he was able to partake in a mission trip in Yucatan, Mexico where he assisted in restoring vision in those less fortunate. 

In addition to his expertise in primary care optometry, Dr. Yip is an Optometric Glaucoma Specialist with extensive experience in subspecialty fields such as LASIK and cataract perioperative care, glaucoma management, diabetic eye care and ocular disease. Dr. Yip loves being able to offer the most up to date technology to his patients with thorough explanations of their ocular health. His friendly Canadian demeanor and excellent chair side manner makes patients feel at ease during their eye exams.

When Dr. Yip isn’t working, he keeps active by playing ice hockey weekly and loves to travel with his wondering wife Thao (who is also an optometrist) and two dogs. 

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