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Iqra Wahid, O.D., is a board-certified primary care optometrist and Nashville native. She provides a large variety of medical eye care services including low vision care, glaucoma management, anterior segment diseases, posterior segment diseases, contact lens fittings, and primary care optometry.
Dr. Wahid earned her Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience from Belmont University, followed by her Doctor of Optometry from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences College of Optometry. After her schooling, she went through several clinical rotations, including two Veteran’s Affairs outpatient clinics, where she treated ocular diseases such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, and more.
Today, Dr. Wahid practices with us at Optometric Physicians of Middle Tennessee. Her expertise in a wide array of eye conditions, and compassion as a caregiver, make her a great asset to our team. Her professional specialties include emergency ocular care, primary care, and geriatric ocular care.
Nashville: (615) 551-4264
Hartsville: (615) 551-4216
Hendersonville: (615) 645-1275
Lafayette: (615) 551-4639
Lebanon: (615) 457-8237
Portland: (615) 265-6295
Carthage: (615) 735-2020
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Medical Eye Care
Early detection of eye disease is vital to preserving your vision. At OPMT, we use the most advanced diagnostic and screening technology to determine if you’re at risk for conditions such as glaucoma, diabetic eye disease, age-related macular degeneration, and more.
When it comes to many vision-threatening eye conditions, early detection is critical. Using leading diagnostic technology, our optometric physicians will determine if you’re at risk for diseases including glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and other conditions. If you’ve already been diagnosed with one of these conditions, our Hartsville eye doctors can provide solutions to managed your eye health, slowing disease progression and preserving your eyesight.
Glasses and Contact Lenses
We offer a wide selection of frames in Lafayette, and our opticians are happy to assist you as you browse our diverse collections. Once we help you select the frames that best suit your needs, you can choose from our range of specialized, high-performance lenses.
We know that the fit of your contact lenses affects the quality of your vision, and every eye is unique. We provide thorough contact lens exams and contact lens fittings to pair you with the most comfortable and effective contact lenses for your prescription and eye shape.
If you are looking for a new pair of glasses after we update your prescription, our Hendersonville office offers a wide selection of high-quality frames. Our opticians will assist you as you browse, and help you choose the frames that best suit your needs. To ensure that you can live life with crystal-clear vision, we also offer several specialized, high-performance lenses .
We know there are no “one-size-fits-all” contact lenses, and the comfort of your lenses will affect the quality of your vision. If you wear contacts, we provide a thorough exam and contact lens evaluation to determine which contacts will give you the best possible results.
Once you have an updated prescription, our optical team will help you browse our selection of high-quality frames. Our opticians are always ready to guide you through our frames, helping you find the ones that are just right for your individual needs. We can advise on which of our high-performance lenses will be the best choice for your lifestyle.
If you wear contact lenses, we’ll provide you with a thorough exam and evaluation to make sure your current lenses are still working for you and provide alternatives if they are not. The comfort of your contact lenses affects how clearly you see while wearing them, underlining the importance of a high-quality eye exam.
Comprehensive Eye Exams
Dr. Durocher and Dr. Peveler take a multifaceted, medical approach to eye care, both vision prescriptions as well as diagnostic testing and screening for a variety of eye conditions like glaucoma and macular degeneration.
When you visit us for a comprehensive eye exam, we take the time to gain a better understanding of your habits and lifestyle. This information will provide us with a more detailed picture of your overall eye health and will enable us (along with your updated prescription) to create an individualized approach to your long-term eye health and vision.
At OMPT, we take an in-depth, medical approach to eye care, using some of the most advanced screening and diagnostic technology on the market. When you come to us for a comprehensive eye exam, our optometrists will not only assess your quality of vision and update your prescription, but we will look at the overall health of your eye, internally and externally. This allows us to detect, diagnose, and treat serious eye diseases before they cause significant vision loss. We will also take the time to get to know you and learn about your visual goals and your lifestyle, because when we have a better understanding of how you use your eyes every day, we can be more equipped to tailor our care to your unique needs.
When you come to us for a routine eye exam at OPMT, our Hartsville optometrists will take the time to get to know you as they assess your vision and evaluate your overall eye health. Understanding your daily habits and lifestyle helps us provide you with the most proactive and personalized eye care solutions. With our state-of-the-art diagnostic technology, we can detect the earliest signs of an eye disease before it can affect your vision.
During an eye exam at OPMT, our Hendersonville optometrists will not only assess your quality of vision but also the overall health of your eyes, using advanced medical technology to help us catch early symptoms of eye diseases like glaucoma and macular degeneration. Where relevant, we may also inquire about your habits and lifestyle to give us a better understanding of your vision goals and help us craft your individualized eye care solutions. If you need a new vision prescription, we’ll use our advanced technology to generate the most precise prescription possible.
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After our optometrists generate your vision prescription, you can browse our wide range of available eyewear. Our opticians are ready to help you find the perfect glasses frames for your style, face shape, and budget, advising you about which of our specialized, high-performance glasses lenses will best meet your needs.
Since every eye is unique, contact lenses shouldn’t be “one size fits all,” contacts need to be comfortable in order to prove optimal vision. At OPMT, we provide a thorough contact lens fitting to make sure you’re paired with the contact lenses that give you clear, convenient, and comfortable vision.
With our state-of-the-art imaging and diagnostic equipment, at OPMT in Lafayette, we evaluate the internal and external structure of your eyes to detect and monitor any abnormalities or changes over time. Early detection is vital in treating serious eye diseases before they cause vision loss, and our advanced technology allows us to be proactive in our care — in some cases, before symptoms present themselves.
We are proud to provide our patients with treatment and management for a range of eye conditions, including glaucoma, macular degeneration, and dry eye disease.
Early detection of eye diseases is critical to preserving your vision, and when it comes to certain eye conditions, vision cannot be restored once it’s lost. That’s why our eye exams start with assessing your risk based on an array of factors that will show us exactly what to look for, both now and as you age. This means that we’ll find early signs of a developing eye disease before it becomes an issue.
At OPMT in Nashville, our eye exams do not stop at vision testing. We use state-of-the-art imaging equipment and diagnostic technology to look deeper at the internal and external parts of the eye. We can examine the retinas, corneas, optic nerves and other critical structures, using this information to detect and monitor signs of developing eye diseases. This allows us to intervene before vision loss can occur.
At OPMT, we offer a wide range of high-quality designer brands. Our opticians will help you pick out that perfect pair of frames to fit your unique style and complement your face. We offer a number of high-performance lenses to ensure optimal vision.
When it comes to contact lenses, we believe that there is no such thing as “one-size-fits-all”. How your contacts feel when you’re wearing them affects how well they improve your eyesight, which is why we provide thorough contact lens exams and fittings to help match you with the best possible contacts for your needs, so you can see clearly and comfortably.
During a comprehensive eye exam, we take the time to get to know you as a person, because we believe that’s the only way to provide you with proactive, individualized eye care solutions. Whether you wear glasses, contact lenses, or want to talk about surgical options for vision correction, we use our advanced equipment to generate a precise vision prescription and take the time to explain the current state of your eyes.
Dry eye syndrome is caused by an imbalance in your tears — either they evaporate too quickly or they’re not created enough to properly lubricate the eyes. This leaves the eyes feeling red, itchy, and tired, and can contribute to chronic pain and even long-term corneal damage if not treated. At OPMT, we approach dry eye from all directions, using eye drops, LipiFlow treatment, and punctal plugs to address the symptoms as well as the underlying causes.