Enjoys Primary Care, Low Vision, and Difficult Fitting Contact Lenses, and Medical Eye Disease.

Dr. Brent Segeleon is a graduate of Gannon University and received his Doctor of Optometry from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 2005. Not only proficient in comprehensive optometry, including the diagnosis and management of several ocular diseases, Dr. Segeleon is also highly proficient in low vision and graduated with honors. Dr. Segeleon also has experience in fitting simple and complex contact lenses for complicated, diseased and post-surgical corneas. This experience and advanced training will allow Dr. Segeleon to provide quality care for a broad range of patients at Colonial Eye Care.

Dr. Segeleon is an active member of the American Optometric Association, past board member of the Virginia Optometric Association, and is a past president of the Tidewater Optometric Society.  The Virginia Optometric Association named him Young Optometrist of the Year 2013. As a charter member of the Virginia Beach Central Lions Club, he has been locally involved with his community by providing voluntary vision screenings and is a past member of the New Town Lions Club chapter of Williamsburg.

Originally from Pittsburgh, Pa., Dr. Segeleon has made Williamsburg his home with his wife, Brooke, daughter Gwen, and son Ian. When not in the office, you can find him training for an upcoming triathlon or mountain biking on Williamsburg’s fantastic trails.


Enjoys Primary Care, Pediatric Eye Exams, and Vision Therapy.

Dr. Kelsey Guth is Williamsburg’s first residency-trained pediatric optometrist and is currently accepting new patients. Dr. Guth received her biology degree from Virginia Tech and graduated with honors while earning her Doctor of Optometry degree from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She then completed an externship at the world-renowned Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Miami, Florida and her Pediatrics and Vision Therapy residency in Memphis, Tennessee, focusing on vision disorders such as amblyopia, strabismus, convergence insufficiency, and learning-related vision problems.

Dr. Guth is an active member of the American Academy of Optometry, American Optometric Association, Virginia Optometric Association, Tidewater Optometric Society, and the College of Optometrists in Vision Development.

Originally from Manassas, Virginia, Dr. Guth resides in Williamsburg with her husband, Matt, and son Emerson. In her free time she enjoys traveling, physical fitness, playing with her puppy, Mabel, and all things Virginia Tech.


Residency Trained in the Treatment and Management of Ocular Disease

Dr. Michael Rebar grew up in Pennsylvania outside of Pittsburgh. He completed his undergraduate degree at the Pennsylvania State University then went on to receive his optometric degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University in 2010. During his training, he received awards for clinical excellence and in low vision rehabilitation. Dr. Rebar also received clinical honors. He then completed a residency in primary care optometry with an emphasis in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of ocular disease. During his residency, he worked side by side with both ophthalmologists and optometrists who specialized in neuro-ophthalmic disease, oculoplastics, glaucoma, and retinal/vitreous disease.

Following his residency, Dr. Rebar became an Assistant Professor at Salus University and held roles as the Director of On-Campus Residency Programs and Chief of Service. During his tenure at the university, he helped develop multiple programs including the first two-year advanced optometric residency in Neuro-Ophthalmic Disease and the Scholars Accelerated Optometric Degree program. Dr. Rebar has lectured both locally and internationally on ocular disease. He has also published in the Review of Optometry.

In 2011, Dr. Rebar joined the Air Force Reserve and became the Chief Optometrist with the 512th Aerospace Medicine Squadron at Dover AFB, DE. in 2017, he began a three-year active duty tour at Langley AFB, VA under the Volunteer Limited Period of Active Duty program. During his time with the 633d Medical Group/633d Aerospace Medicine Squadron, Dr. Rebar earned numerous awards and acted as the Flight Commander for the optometry section. Following his time on active duty, Dr. Rebar transitioned back to the Air Force Reserve joining the 920th Aerospace Squadron at Langley AFB, VA where he continues to serve.

Dr. Rebar has made Yorktown his home where he resides with his wife, Tiffany, and daughters, Cadence, and Emma. He also has an English Bulldog named Lyla.

Dr. Rebar enjoys camping, fishing, biking, and walking on the beach.

Why Colonial Eye Care?


Welcome to Colonial Eye Care, where we are committed to building long-term relationships and providing personalized care to you, your family and our community for years to come.


Our doctors utilize the most comprehensive, state-of-the-art technology for the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of eye disease.


Colonial Eye Care offers a sophisticated and modern optical center with a wide variety of designer name brands and styles to meet your individual needs.