Dr. David Grasic

Dr. David Grasic

Dr. David Grasic stands out as an exceptional physician and medical scientist with a remarkable journey in the field of ophthalmology. Graduating with a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Zagreb School of Medicine in Croatia, he further honed his skills through a residency in Ophthalmology Medicine at the Sveti Duh Hospital University Eye Clinic in Zagreb. Dr. Grasic also holds a Certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECMG), attesting to his successful completion of rigorous medical examinations.

Licensed and accomplished, Dr. Grasic has assumed various high-profile roles within the Ophthalmology field. Notably, he participated in the prestigious J-1 Ophthalmology Medical Retina Fellowship program at the University of Miami/Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Additionally, he completed an Ophthalmology-Uveitis Fellowship with the National Eye Institute/National Institutes of Health..

In his most recent role as the head of the Medical Retina & Uveitis Ophthalmology practice at the Carolina Vision Center for the past two years.

Dr. Grasic's extensive medical training has given rise to rare and crucial ophthalmological expertise, particularly in the areas of the retina and uveitis. His proficiency spans the diagnosis, management, and treatment—both surgical and non-surgical—of a diverse range of diseases.

This encompasses infectious uveitis, diabetic retinopathy, inflammatory diseases, inherited retinal degeneration, posterior non-infectious uveitis, systemic chorioretinitis, inherited retinal dystrophies, macular degenerative diseases, and retinal vascular diseases.

His diverse skill set extends to ocular oncology, intravitreal injections (anti-VEGF, Ozurdex, Yutiq, etc.), laser photocoagulation, and vitreoretinal surgical cases. Dr. Grasic's commitment to advancing eye care and serving communities reflects his passion for making a positive impact in the field of ophthalmology.