Welcome to 20/20 Vision Place
Your Optometrist in Sunrise, FL

At 20/20 Vision Place, we work as a team to provide our customers with the best vision care in the Sunrise area. Our optometrist, Dr. Ralph Bourjolly, has been helping patients with all their vision needs for the past 28 years. We are a full-service eye care facility and we are currently accepting new patients. 


Our Staff

Dr. Ralph Bourjolly has been practicing optometry since 1990. After completing his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York- Stony Brook, Dr. Bourjolly pursued and earned his doctorate degree from the New England College of Optometry. During his time in medical school, he interned at a variety of locations around the world, including Germany, Israel, and Italy. Dr. Bourjolly speaks English, French, Spanish, and Creole. When he's not relaxing in his South Florida home with his wife and two sons, he enjoys videography and skiing.

Our Services

At 20/20 Vision Place, we offer comprehensive care for your eyes. It doesn't matter if your vision needs are simple or complex- we can help you handle it all. In our office, we offer glaucoma testing and treatment, contact lens exams and fittings, computer vision treatment, comprehensive eye exams, pre- and post-surgical care for LASIK surgery, vision therapy, and sports vision. 

We also offer insight, referrals, and second opinions for anyone considering ortho-K. Many vision problems are caused by a misshapen cornea. Ortho-K is a non-surgical procedure that reshapes the cornea using special corrective lenses worn while sleeping. If you're interested in vision correction without having to wear glasses or contacts during the day, you may be a good candidate for ortho-K treatment. Consult us for a second opinion, professional referral, or insight into the process.

In addition to our vision services, we also have a gallery full of eyeglass and sunglass frames. While you do not need an appointment to browse our gallery, it's recommended that you call ahead during busy times, such as evenings and weekends. This will ensure that one of our frame specialists is on hand and available to immediately help you choose a pair of frames and get your measurements so that we can begin crafting your glasses. 

Call 20/20 Vision Place in Sunrise, FL Today to Schedule an Appointment!

Whether you need an update to your glasses prescription or a full vision exam, our team at 20/20 Vision Place is ready to help. Call us at 954-851-9949 to schedule an appointment today. 

Dr. Ralph Bourjolly
Sunrise Optometrist | 20/20 Vision Place | (954) 851-9949
12801 W Sunrise Blvd Suite 931
Sunrise, FL 33323

Meet the Doctor

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Ralph Bourjolly

    After graduating from the State University of New York in Stony Brook, Dr. Bourjolly earned his doctorate degree from New England College of Optometry. He interned at hospitals and clinics in Israel, Italy, Germany, and the United States. Since 1990, Dr. Bourjolly has been screening, diagnosing, treating and helping patients throughout South Florida.

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Welcoming-Caring and Friendly. Really I felt like I'm at home. Thanks to all the staff."
  • "Very friendly and professional. Thank you for the great service."
  • "The doctor was very professional, knowledgeable and friendly."
  • "Dr Bourjolly is amazingly patient and he explains everything in full details. My husband and I went for our appointments and didn’t feel like he was rushing us to get to the next patient. His staff are also very courteous and professional. We will certainly refer family and friends to Dr Bourjolly!!"
  • "Dr Bourjolly and his staff are amazingly pleasant, courteous and professional. My wife and I will refer family and friends to him."
  • "Appointment time was met, that's very nice. The eye test were quick and easy. The Doctor was consise and friendly. Very pleasant appointment."
  • "The doctor took his time, without me having an appointment to review my Rx and my new glasses which I was having a problem with."
  • "I just had an appointment with Dr. B and with 2 kids I've never had such a positive experience. My kids are usually afraid to go to the eye doctor but he was so dynamic and engaging the kids (ages 7 and 10) got through the exam with a smile on their face. The staff is quick to answer any and all questions. If you need an eye exam with staff and a doctor who cares, visit 2020 Vision Place."
    Myriam DiGiovanni
  • "Very professional store and the doctor is amazing. Very informative and caring to make sure all of your eye questions and concerns are answered. I would highly recommend this place for your next eye exam!"
    Kevin Tacher


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