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Our Doctor Team
We’re passionate about our patients
From our board-certified optometrists, to our opticians, to our office staff, we are dedicated to delivering the very best patient care and experience possible. At 20/20 Image Eye Centers we take your eyes seriously and your care is our highest priority.
Dr. Michelle Hammond
Her special fields of interest include geriatric and primary patient care, with a focus on pre- and post-operative care, retinal disease, ocular surface disease, and glaucoma management.
Dr. Hammond strongly believes that clear vision is one of our most precious senses and being able to manage vision-related conditions is a strong area of interest for her in the medical community. She particularly enjoys helping all patients, whether fully sighted or without sight, improve their quality of life with glasses, contacts, low vision devices, surgical co-management and medical management.
Dr. Hammond has volunteered at vision screenings with the Blind Center of Nevada and Care Harbor Los Angeles, and participated in a mission trip to St. Ann Parish, Jamaica, through SEE International and the Alliance of Jamaican and American Humanitarians. While there, she provided disease management, pre- and post-operative care for cataract surgeries, and eye exams to the community.
In her free time away from the office, Dr. Hammond enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends, running, hiking, and traveling.
additional externships include training in specialty contact lenses and vision therapy. Dr. Kesner has been a resident of the East Valley for decades. He is a member of the Arizona Optometric Association, and he enjoys spending time with his wife, Jennifer, and his five daughters. Dr. Kesner also enjoys skiing, surfing, biking, Disney and church activities with family and friends. Dr. Kesner has been in practice since 2003.
Dr. Doreen Ng
Her specialties include primary and pediatric care with an emphasis on glaucoma, retina and ocular surface disease. She fits a multitude of contact lenses and loves working with patients of all ages.
She is also involved with OneSight, a charity organization that provides free eye examinations and glasses to children in underserved communities. She was born and raised in the Bay Area and supports the Golden State Warriors. She also speaks and understands Spanish. In her free time she enjoys traveling, cooking, hiking, yoga, and spending time with her toddler, husband, family and friends.
While in Sheridan, Dr. Pieper was very active in optometric and civic organizations including: Wyoming Optometric Association (WOA) Board member, Toronto Laser Center (TLC) Advisory Board member, American Optometric Association (AOA) member, Wellness Council of Sheridan County member, Sheridan County Health Fair eye care coordinator, and Sheridan Head Start Health Advisory Committee member. Dr. Pieper has given several eye health related lectures and presentations to community health-oriented groups on topics like diabetic eye disease and the importance of early detection and treatment of eye conditions in young children.
She is involved in the Arizona Optometric Association (AZOA) and the American Optometric Association (AOA). In October and November 2011, she was a sub-investigator in clinical research with two local ophthalmologists working on a project with Bausch & Lomb. Dr. Pieper has a broad range of patient care experience including, primary care optometry for children and adults, vision therapy, treatment of ocular disease, and co-management of refractive surgery. She truly enjoys her work and feels one of the best perks of the job is getting to know so many different individuals with different interests and loves swapping recipes, the names of good books or good restaurants.
Dr. Kyle Stott
Dr. Stott was born and raised in the city of Lancaster, CA in northern Los Angeles County. After receiving his Bachelor’s degree in Business Management he went on to receive his Doctorate of Optometry degree from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN. His internship rotations in Memphis included The Eye Center (the largest clinic of its kind in North America), Family Vision Care, and the Memphis Veteran’s Association Medical Center.
Dr. Stott is a versatile practitioner who enjoys practicing to the fullest extent of his scope. On top of performing routine vision care, Dr. Stott is skilled in detection and treatment of various medical eye conditions including chronic ocular diseases such as Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, Dry Eye, and Diabetic Retinopathy. Additionally, he enjoys providing treatment for acute eye problems such as foreign bodies, infections, injuries, and red eyes.
He is experienced in fitting a variety of contact lenses that range from standard soft lenses to specialty contact lens fits for irregular corneas. He is also certified in orthokeratology to reduce progression of nearsightedness in children and for allowing patients to be free of contact lenses or glasses during the day.
Prior to moving to Gilbert, AZ in 2018, Dr. Stott lived and practiced in his wife’s hometown of Coeur d’Alene, ID. He enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and two children and likes to spend his spare time exercising, playing volleyball, and riding dirtbikes.
Dr. Roberto Lucca’s passion for healthcare lead him to pursue a career in eyecare. At a very young age, Dr. Lucca witnessed his grandmother lose her vision. That experience made Dr. Lucca realize how devastating vision loss is for an individual or loved one. To Dr. Lucca, being an optometrist allows him to serve and protect people’s vision, as well as educate them about their eyecare needs.
In Dr. Lucca’s free time, he enjoys traveling, playing the bass guitar, socializing with friends and spending quality time with his wife and two daughters. He is also a sports fanatic, especially the Real Madrid soccer team.
Milita Petrauskaite, O.D. received her Doctor of Optometry from the Illinois College of Optometry in 2019 and earned her Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences from University of Illinois at Chicago in 2014.
Dr. Petrauskaite specializes in ocular diseases such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration and dry eye as well as myopia control and contacts. Dr. Petrauskaite always found joy in helping others. While in high school, she tutored students with ADHD and special needs.
During her time at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Dr. Petrauskaite worked in the Pathology Department of the Medicine Research College where she contributed to cancer research. This passion to help others led Dr. Petrauskaite to the field of optometry, which she believes is the perfect environment to get to know her patients and find solutions for their unique eyecare needs.
In Dr. Petrauskaite free time, she enjoys learning about and practicing a healthy lifestyle including dietary and fitness tips, tricks and hacks. Additionally, she enjoys listening to educational/practical podcasts and reading new books. Dr. Petrauskaite also has a love for traveling and experiencing new cultures with her fiancé, outdoor activities, and spending time with her family and friends.