Dr. Kevin Prezgay is a great optometrist with many years of successful practice under his belt.
Dr. Prezgay has a Doctor of Optometry from Pennsylvania College of Optometry, and also did a one year residency at University of Alabama at Birmingham. His specialties include Primary Care Optometry, Contact Lenses and Ocular Diseases such as dry eye and glaucoma.
Dr. Prezgay is also a member of the Ohio Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association, and has been practicing optometry for 16 years.
Raised in Sharon, Pennsylvania, about an hour north of Pittsburgh, Dr. Prezgay was born with a condition in one of his eyes, requiring him to visit eye doctors all of his life, which gave him an understanding and an interest in the field of optometry.
In his free time, Dr. Prezgay enjoys working out, traveling with his wife, Dr. Barbara Houde, who is also an optometrist, biking and playing with his son, Julian.
If you're looking for an eye doctor with unique skills and qualifications, Lora Ledford is your optometrist.
Beyond her BSc. In Physiological Optics and Doctor of Optometry from University of Alabama at Birmingham, Dr. Ledford is also a certified fitter of Corneal Refractive Therapy Lenses through Paragon. She also specializes in Specialty contact lens fitting, Dry Eyes and Primary Eye Care.
Dr. Ledford has been in practice for 14 years and is a member of the American Optometric Association, Cornea and Contact Lens Section and the ECP Network, Board of Directors.
Dr. Ledford grew up on a farm in Alexandria, KY. Her father is one of the founders of Opticare Vision Centers, where she began working with him as a youngster and over time came to appreciate being able to interact with patients and help them see their best.
In her free time, Dr. Ledford enjoys spending time with her husband and 4 children. She enjoys the outdoors, particularly gardening or getting out on the tractor on her farm. She also enjoys traveling with her family.
Dr. Ledford's goal in practice, every day, is to serve and educate her patients. She wants them to receive the best care available from her compassionate and knowledgeable teams with the end result being that they can see to the best of their potential. She feels very blessed to have the opportunity to care for her patients and to have such great teams around her.
When asked for her favorite patient story, Dr. Ledford relates:
“My favorite patient story was that of a little boy who came in for his first exam simply because his mom wanted him to have a check up done. He was a bright and healthy child with no complaints. Throughout his exam numerous little data points did not add up. The more I investigated and examined him the more certain I became that there was something very serious going on. After a quick referral for further testing the child was diagnosed with a tumor and quickly started on treatment. I still have the distinct pleasure of seeing this patient, who is now an adult, and he always brings a smile to my face.”
Dr. Miranda Packard is one of the newest optometrists to join the Opticare family and is passionate about being able to deliver excellent eye care to families in the Cincinnati area.
Dr. Packard is from Harrison Ohio. She became passionate about vision after making connections with a blind classmate in elementary school and taking an active role in volunteering with the Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Dr. Packard received her Bachelor of Biological Sciences degree from the University of Cincinnati where she was an active member on campus in Chi Omega sorority and participated in research investigating macular degeneration in spiders.
Dr. Packard graduated cum laude with a Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN. Her externships included rotations at the Memphis VA optometry clinic and the Eye Care Centers of Richmond, KY. During these rotations, she developed special interest in ocular disease, diabetic eye care, dry eye disease, pediatrics and contact lenses.
Outside of the office, Dr. Packard is committed to community involvement and increasing public health knowledge. She is a member of the Ohio Optometric Association and the Infantsee program. She continues to volunteer at the Cincinnati Association for the Blind and One Sight organizations.