Who We Are

Opti-Vision is a company born from the creative minds of both an ophthalmic surgeon together with a professor of biomedical engineering.

This combination has resulted in a fusion of innovative medical products that add significant value to the quality of life of our clients through improving health and treating common medical conditions that are often under treated, yet relatively easy to manage. The first product to launch is the Opti-Therm mask, the most comprehensive thermal therapy mask.

Keeping a close eye on medical technology, Opti-Vision strives to bring you simple, home-based, medical products that change the way you view your health, and your lifestyle.

Dr Dylan Joseph

Dr Dylan Joseph of Opti-Vision

Dr Dylan Joseph is an Ophthalmic surgeon with a specific interest in refractive laser surgery as well as cataract surgery. He studied at the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa where he obtained his post graduate degree cum laude and was awarded the prestigious Dean's medal for top post graduate student in the faculty of medicine.

He has been in private practice in Knysna and Plettenberg bay, South Africa, for the last five years and has recently accepted a position as a consultant in one of the top Refractive surgery centers in the world, the Wellington Eye Clinic in Dublin, Ireland, under the leadership of a pioneer in laser eye surgery, Mr Arthur Cummings.

Dr Joseph is married to Carmen,with whom he has three daughters, Cerys, Jennah and Eryn.

Dr Joseph's web site can be found here


Dr Tony Bunn

Dr Tony Bunn of Opti-Vision
Dr Tony Bunn has a PhD in medical science (physics) and has been involved in health technology R&D, and specifically medical device innovation, for nearly 40 years.

Whilst a researcher at the Stellenbosch Medical School, South Africa in 1984 his spin-out company developed and commercialised the world’s first, portable lung function system. He was subsequently professor and acting head of the department of biomedical engineering at the University of Cape Town, South Africa and extra-ordinary professor of the Central University of Technology followed by Director of the Medical Research Council (MRC) innovation centre.

His academic research led to five successful, start-up health technology companies and one international company all based on novel medical technologies that he was instrumental in developing.


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