Lambaria Eyecare Associates

Optometrist in Davison, MI

About Our Practice

Dr. Lambaria and the entire staff at Lambaria Eyecare Associates thank you for the opportunity to take part in your family’s eye care needs. We recognize you have a choice for your eye care needs and we are committed to exceeding all your expectations.

Meet the Optometrist

Dr. Andres Lambaria takes pride in giving you the excellent eyecare and personal attention you deserve, and enjoys providing eyecare for patients in Davison, MI and the surrounding communities. Dr. Lambaria is from Davison, MI and graduated from Davison High School in 1988. He played hockey for the Davison Junior Varsity and Varsity teams. His 1988 team still holds the record for most goals scored in a game (24). He attended the University of Michigan-Flint and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and a minor in chemistry. His optometry school was the Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) in Philadelphia, PA.

About Dr. Lambaria’s Story

Dr. Lambaria was first introduced to eyecare when he was 7 years old. It happened when a group of Flint doctors went on a medical mission to Honduras. They examined a man named Anastacio Chavarria who had retinal detachments in both eyes.

The doctors made arrangements for Anastacio to travel back to Flint so they could perform retinal surgery and save his vision. He only spoke spanish and also needed a place to stay during his recovery. Dr. Lambaria’s parents volunteered to have Anastacio stay with their family and interpret for him. The surgeries were successful and Anastacio was able to return to Honduras and continue to earn a living.

The Flint Journal covered the story and put an article and pictures of Dr. Lambaria’s family in the newspaper. Dr. Lambaria remembers the experience well and it had a significant impact on his decision to choose optometry as a career. He still has the article framed in his personal office.

While in optometry school, Dr. Lambaria helped organize a medical mission to South Africa with the Student Optometric Service to Humanity (SOSH) group in 1998. They provided eyecare and donated glasses to over two thousand people.

At the Pennsylvania College of Optometry, Dr. Lambaria was elected by his classmates to be their Student Module Representative to manage student clinic schedules, address student concerns with faculty, and ensure patients were seen on time. He also volunteered regularly for the emergency service and was on call 24 hours a day and has extensive experience treating eye emergencies, injuries and eye disease.

Dr. Lambaria has been published in the Review of Optometry, eye care’s leading magazine, for diagnosing a rare tumor in a teenage patient. He has also contributed articles as an eyecare expert for Innovative Health, a publication that covers the most recent advancements in medicine. He is an active optometrist and a member in the Michigan Optometric Association and American Optometric Association, the Davison Chamber of Commerce, and the Lions Club of Davison.

Dr. Lambaria still resides in Davison with his family.

Dr. Lambaria

Pennsylvania College of Optometry
Philadelphia, PA

Hafter Family Laser and Light Institute
Philadelphia, PA

Hahnemann University Hospital
Philadelphia, PA

The Eye Institute
Philadelphia, PA

Emergency On Call Service, The Eye Institute
Philadelphia, PA

Published Review of Optometry

Humanitarian trip to South Africa

University of Michigan
Flint, MI

Davison High School
Davison, MI

Dr. Brianna Bush

Dr. Brianna Bush grew up in New Baltimore, Michigan where she graduated from Anchor Bay High School. Following graduation, she entered the Honors Program at Ferris State University and earned her Bachelor of Vision Science Degree. During her time at Ferris State, she was active in the pre-optometry club and a member of the Ferris State Dance Team. Dr. Bush attended the Michigan College of Optometry where she graduated cum laude in 2011. Since graduation, she has practiced locally and is passionate about eye care and the patients she serves.

As a child, Dr. Bush was prescribed her first pair of glasses at the age of twelve. She remembers walking out of the office and being able to see individual leaves on the trees for the first time in years. That first experience with glasses left a huge impression on her and was influential to her pursuing a career in optometry.

During her time at the Michigan College of Optometry, Dr. Bush served on a mission trip to the island of Grenada with the Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity organization. This trip provided eye examinations and glasses to over one thousand deserving people across the island. She also participates in the Opening Eyes program at the Michigan Special Olympics Summer Games held at Central Michigan University. Opening Eyes is a wonderful program that provides eye exams and glasses to hundreds of athletes each year.

Dr. Bush met her husband, Dave, at Ferris State University. Following graduation, they moved to Goodrich in August of 2012. Dr. Bush has two young children; a two-year old son and six-month old daughter. In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors and golfing.

Dr. Brianna Bush

Michigan College of Optometry
Big Rapids, MI

Special Needs Vision Clinic
Saginaw, MI

Dorn VA Medical Center
Columbia, SC

Humanitarian trip to Grenada

Ferris State University
Big Rapids, MI

Anchor Bay High School
New Baltimore, MI

We are excited to announce that our office will be reopening on Monday, June 1st! To follow the current mandates, we do have some new procedures for the office.

We are taking every precaution to protect your health and safety. We are ensuring our practice is a safe environment, so you have a comfortable and excellent experience. Below are the steps we are taking for your safety:

  • Health screenings of employees and patients, including brief medical history and temperature before entering the office.
  • Practicing Social Distancing to reduce the risk of Coronavirus exposure
  • Wearing Personal Protection Equipment such as masks, face shields, and gloves, as necessary.
  • Sanitizing all equipment and frames for every patient.
  • Providing no-touch hand sanitizer stations in the office.
  • Reduced the number of patients seen per day.
  • We will continue to offer curbside pickups (if you prefer that method)


When you arrive at our office:

  • Call us at 810-658-2020.
  • We will ask the Coronavirus screening questions over the phone.
  • An employee will come out to your car and take your temperature with a no-touch thermometer.
  • When we have the availability, we will bring you inside the office.
    • All people entering the office are asked to wear a mask
    • Only the patient being seen for an exam or needing to pick up materials or have an adjustment will be permitted in the office. If it is a minor or an adult that needs a care provider, 1 adult is permitted to come in with them.


Your health and safety are our Number 1 priority. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. We will do our best to address them.