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Optometrist Seema Mohanan, O.D. has been working in the field of optometry since 2006. She earned her Bachelor of Science at Florida Atlantic University and graduated with honors from the prestigious Pennsylvania College of Optometry with her doctoral degree in optometry. She has been primarily specialized in optometry for over nine years.
Dr. Seema Mohanan is a primary health care professional for the eye and examines, diagnoses, treats and manages eye diseases, visual disorders and injuries of the visual system and its associated structures. As a board certified therapeutically licensed optometrist, she provides personalized attention and professional service. She has a long track record of accolades from patients, from solving vision problems to providing caring service. Dr. Mohanan takes the time to listen to patient concerns and informs patients on all of their options while emphasizing the importance of good eye health. When you meet Dr. Mohanan, expect to meet an eye professional who is thorough and one who is dedicated to providing you with A+ eye care. She uses state-of-the-art equipment in optometry to diagnose and treat eye problems.
Optometrist Dr. Seema Mohanan at OptimEYES in Ashburn, VA, leads in the field of optometry with advanced technology and methods. She provides comprehensive eye exams for both eye glasses and contact lenses. In addition, she also provides treatment for glaucoma and cataracts.
With a comprehensive vision exam by Dr. Mohanan, she can determine if you are nearsighted, farsighted or have a stigmatism. Once your level of vision has been determined, she will let you know all of your alternatives to correct any existing refractive problems. She can also uncover any abnormalities within your eye structure and identify the onset of cataracts and glaucoma.
Glaucoma is a progressive disease and often starts out with no noticeable symptoms. You may experience a 40 percent loss in vision before you are even aware that you have a visual problem. The treatment for glaucoma varies depending on its severity. Without treatment, glaucoma can cause permanent blindness. Glaucoma can be caused by an eye infection or increased pressure in the eye. Depending on the stage of glaucoma, Dr. Mohanan may prescribe eye drops to reduce the formation of eye fluid. Another option is laser surgery. During laser surgery for glaucoma, Dr. Mohanan makes a tiny incision to allow the eye fluid to flow more freely and reduce eye pressure. Dr. Mohanan also treats cataracts using the phacoemulsification technique. A topical anesthetic is applied and a tiny incision is made to remove the material that is clouding the vision.