Our Doctors

Peter W. DeBry, M.D.

Success in cataract surgery requires high-quality standards and attention to fine details. Dr. Peter W. DeBry brings these qualities to Las Vegas with his training in cataract surgery and lens implantation. Dr. DeBry completed medical school at the University of Utah in 1996. At that time he was honored with induction into the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society, reserved for the top physicians in each graduating class. Next, he spent three years of residency focusing on medical and surgical eye care in Madison, Wisconsin, where he was chosen, chief resident.

After residency, he was one of only four doctors nationally selected to attend one of the country’s top fellowships in eye surgery techniques and spent the next year at the number one ranked eye institute in the nation, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Miami, Florida. After working with top doctors learning the most up-to-date surgical techniques, he moved to Kansas City, Missouri where he taught these techniques to new eye surgeons as Associate Clinic Professor at the University of Missouri. Finally, he relocated in 2003 to help provide excellence in cataract and refractive lens surgery for the residents of Las Vegas.

Dr. DeBry is the first surgeon in Las Vegas to do a number of cutting edge surgical procedures and is renowned for having done more complex surgeries than almost any other surgeon in Nevada. Dr. DeBry is uniquely qualified to help care for many complex conditions including glaucoma, corneal, cataract and refractive procedures.

In 2013, Dr. DeBry opened his own clinic, NV Eye Surgery, where he has been able to provide outstanding medical care to his patients with the latest equipment and technology. Even with a rapidly growing practice, Dr. DeBry still takes the time to provide medical services to the less fortunate through the Lions SightFirst Foundation. Partnered with this non-profit organization, he has been able to help countless patients regain vision by providing free surgical care to those in need.

Todd L. Jackson, M.D.

Todd L. Jackson, M.D. specializes in complex and advanced technology cataract surgery and is utilized by other ophthalmologists for difficult cases because of his competency. Dr. Jackson is expertly trained in the fields of refractive surgery, diabetes, trauma, pterygium surgery, and advanced medical care of the eye. He completed his medical doctorate degree at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He then went on to further his training in advanced eye surgery and medical management of the eye at the world-renowned Texas Medical Center at Houston.

Dr. Jackson returned home to Las Vegas to practice and continued to gain experience that has led to his emphasis in complex cases in part through medical missions served in Africa and Guatemala with renowned surgeons from around the world and his monthly participation in a pay-it-forward medical clinic that serves locals. Dr. Jackson has earned the LEO award for continuing education, a recognition given to less than 1% of all ophthalmologists and has gained a pending patent for a cataract surgical instrument as well as authored a research paper on cataract surgery innovation. In addition, Dr. Jackson was the lead submitter for a Medicare/Medicaid innovation grant. His in-depth training and expertise coupled with a love of people have made Dr. Jackson a sought after surgeon and recipient of such awards such as the “Super Service Award” for physicians of Las Vegas and five-star ratings from many patients.

Dr. Jackson founded his own clinic, Prestige Laser & Cataract Institute (PLCI), and opened one of the first accredited office-based cataract surgical suites in the Western United States. Using the founding principles of excellence, compassion, and outreach that PLCI was built on, Dr. Todd L. Jackson joined with Dr. Peter W. DeBry and became a senior partner and owner of NV Eye Surgery thus bringing further world-class excellence in eye care to patients of Las Vegas, Henderson, Pahrump, and surrounding areas.

Outside of the office and surgical units, Dr. Jackson is a beloved father of six, dedicated husband, ecclesiastical leader, sibling of 11, and committed community contributor. Dr. Jackson serves on the Board of Directors for both Toni’s House and the Gift of Sight foundation. He is a member of the legislative committee for the Nevada Medical Association and the Clark County Medical Association. He is also a member of the American Society for Cataract and Refractive Surgeons, American Academy of Ophthalmology, and the American Medical Association. Dr. Jackson served as scout master for the Boy Scouts of America, bishop for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and missionary to Guatemala where he first dedicated two years of full-time service, became fluent in Spanish, and now continues to volunteer medically and educationally.

Truly, Dr. Todd Jackson has proven to be a world-class individual and physician of compassion, outreach, and excellence among his family, community, colleagues, medical providers, and patients.

Stephen Solomon, D.O.

Dr. Stephen Solomon obtained his degree in osteopathic medicine at NOVA Southeastern University (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) in 1986 and went on to complete residency training in ophthalmology at the University of New York Health Sciences Center (Brooklyn, NY). His Fellowship training in Neuro-ophthalmology and Pediatric Ophthalmology was done at the University of Kentucky. He has had a long and distinguished career, practicing medicine for 30 years in various states including Florida, New York, California, and now Nevada. He is a board certified neuro-ophthalmologist who has set high standards for the care he gives to each patient. He shares a passion for academic learning, which has led him to accept professorial positions at the University of Kentucky School of Medicine, University of Louisville School of Medicine, and Michigan State University, working in the fields of neuro-ophthalmology and pediatric ophthalmology. Dr. Solomon also worked as the chairman at the Children’s Eye Care Specialists Hospital in Michigan where he served for eight years.

Dr. Solomon is actively involved in research and is currently working with several clinical trials to further assist his patients with their conditions. He is currently enrolled in the CHAMPIONS study; a clinical study focused on multiple sclerosis. He is also involved in a study to treat patients with idiopathic intracranial hypertension and is leading a clinical study for non-arteritic ischemic optic neuropathy.

Dr. Solomon is an active member in many professional societies. He is associated with the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the American Association of Pediatric ophthalmology and Strabismus, and the North American Neuro-ophthalmology Society.

As a neuro-ophthalmologist, Dr. Solomon specializes in treating patients with idiopathic intracranial hypertension, papilledema, ischemic optic neuropathy, multiple sclerosis, diplopia, cranial nerve palsies, migraine, and temporal arteritis. His pediatric ophthalmology specialties include conditions such as strabismus, amblyopia, nystagmus, and ROP. He is a detail oriented doctor who also has training in neuroradiology. Consequently, he enjoys reading his own MRI and CT Scans, giving his patients world-class care. He possesses an immense passion for his work and he will always give each patient his utmost honest opinion. As he always says, he “treats the individual as a whole and not just the disease presently at hand.”

Ryan K. Peterson, O.D.

Dr. Peterson, a Las Vegas native, graduated from Bonanza High School and attended UNLV achieving a degree in Biology. He furthered his professional goals by attending the Southern California College of Optometry (now Marshall B. Ketchum University) and received his doctorate in Optometry. His research during optometry school focused on the relationship between lens blur and visual acuity. He returned to Las Vegas in 2005, opening his own practice “Family Focused Eyecare”. The practice focuses on glasses and contact lens prescriptions, dry eye, and diabetes care.

Professionally, Dr. Peterson has always expressed a strong desire to improve his skills and work for the benefit of his patients. Shortly after starting his practice he was able to secure a position at the Paiute Health clinic serving the Native American population where he helped manage many patients with diabetes. He provided free eye care for patients attending the substance abuse program directed by the Las Vegas Rescue Mission. These experiences helped prepare him for new clinical experience working with Dr. Peter DeBry at NV Eye Surgery where he continues his work on dry eye, post-operative care, and glaucoma management. It has brought him great pleasure to be a part of that team to which he is truly grateful.

Dr. Peterson is married to his wife, Kimberly, and they are blessed with three children. His family is his proudest achievement. He is active in his church and served a two-year mission to Sao Paulo, Brazil. Dr. Peterson has participated on the Board of Directors of the Nevada Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and continues to volunteer for them for different events, including fundraising. He has raised over $10,000 to aid in the research to find a cure for diabetes. Over the last few years, he has found a passion for running and has run many half marathons, the St. George marathon, and the Las Vegas Ragnar. He also enjoys getting on his bicycle and riding up at Red Rock.

Andy Y. Mu, O.D.

Dr. Andy Mu, O.D. recently joined NV Eye Surgery as the director of refractive services.   Dr. Mu is well regarded in the eye care community for his problem-solving skills, exemplary clinical training, and approachable bedside manner that has helped many patients achieve better vision and improved quality of life. With kindness and compassion, he dedicates time to listen and learn the background story of each patient to better tailor a treatment plan to meet their visual needs.

Dr. Mu earned his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley.  He then studied and worked in Germany on a U.S. Dept. of State sponsored fellowship to facilitate cross-cultural relations.  Dr. Mu later returned to Berkeley for his Doctor of Optometry degree, graduating Beta Sigma Kappa honors.  His internship included training in ocular sub-specialties such as cornea/refractive surgery, dry eye, glaucoma, ocular oncology, and retinal disease at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Miami.  Dr. Mu subsequently completed an advanced ocular disease residency at the Baltimore VA Hospital and Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins where he managed patients with complex eye diseases. Dr. Mu is board certified in the treatment and management of ocular disease.

Dr. Mu is an active member of the American Optometric Association, the Nevada Optometric Association, and the Southern Nevada Optometric Society. He has also given presentations at the American Academy of Optometry and continuing education meetings.

In his spare time, Dr. Mu enjoys providing needed eye care to underserved populations via humanitarian missions locally and internationally.  He also enjoys spending time outdoors – hiking, swimming, tennis, cycling, and snowboarding.  He is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and Taiwanese and enjoys practicing his German and Spanish language skills when traveling abroad.