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Jantz Chappel, O.D.

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Dr. Jantz Chappel was born and raised in Garden City, Kansas. He graduated with a Chemistry degree from Park University in Kansas City and graduated with Cumlaude. He one of the few doctors in the Houston area that did not graduate from the University of Houston College of Optometry but actually graduated from the University of Missouri St. Louis College of Optometry.

Dr. Chappel did his externships at Chickasaw Nation Medical Center, Wichita VA, and Aprima in Nashville. With a focus on ocular disease and fitting Specialty Contact lens on Keratoconus patients, and on healthy corneas. Now he values to educate his patients and wants them to leave more informed about their eyes than when they came in.

Dr. Chappel was raised doing construction his whole life. Now he does carpentry on the side as a hobby. He always has a movie and tv recommendation. He moved down to Houston to get away from the bitter cold weather of Kansas and to be close to his sister who is also in Houston. If you have any recommendations for things to do in Houston he is all ears!

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