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Meet Our Doctors
At EyeCare Specialties of Pennsylvania, we take your eyes seriously, and your eye health is our main priority. We welcome patients of all ages, and our board-certified doctors and other highly trained eye care specialists will perform a comprehensive eye exam and screening to determine your overall eye health and to identify any eye conditions or diseases. Most eye diseases can be treated or managed successfully if the condition is identified or detected early on. Also, eye exams can reveal a range of other undiagnosed health issues like cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and diabetes. These undiagnosed conditions can also affect your vision.
Dr. Frank Aulicino
His expertise is in primary eye care, providing routine well vision examinations and specializing in contact lens fitting. He also has extensive experience in the management and treatment of medical eye diseases. His greatest joy as a doctor is helping patients maintain their eye health and see their world clearly.
Dr. Frank Aulicino is devoted to staying up-to-date with the latest medical advancements and breakthrough technologies in the treatment of eye disease. His thorough eye health examination will detect diseases that not only can affect your vision, but your overall well-being.
She plans to work in private practice focusing on ocular disease and specialty contact lenses in addition to serving pediatric populations. She is active in the American Optometric Association as well as the Pennsylvania Optometric Association.
Dr. Kamons established her practice, Eyes On Regent Square, in 1992 and continues to practice today providing personalized eye care in a professional setting. Her volunteer efforts over the years include senior wellness screenings and educational programs for Pennsylvania school nurses.
An active member of the Western Pennsylvania Optometric Society, Dr. Kamons served on the Board of Directors from 2000-2007, and as President in 2005. In 2003 she was recognized as “Optometrist of the Year”. She has been further honored several times as one of “America’s Top Optometrists” and her business Eyes On Regent Square was selected from 2009 to 2017 for the “Best of Pittsburgh” award from the U.S. Commerce Association.
He practices full scope optometry, ranging from pediatric care, to disease management. He resides in Cranberry Township with his wife, daughter and sons.
Dr. Martin practices full-scope Optometry, providing comprehensive eye examinations while treating ocular diseases as well as performing contact lens fits, specialized in bifocal/multifocal lens fitting. She has been practicing optometry in the Wexford/North Hills area for over 18 years. Dr. Martin has been published in the journal of American Optometric Association for her work with angioid streaks and their effects on the retina. She has also served as the president for the student Pennsylvania Optometric Associate in past years.
Outside the office, Dr. Martin enjoys doting on her beautiful children, football and hockey seasons, and serving in her church organization.
- Doctorate of Optometry from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry
- Over 18 years of optometric experience
- Specializing in multifocal contact lens fits
- Vision and Learning Evaluations
Dr. Mihalacki enjoys providing comprehensive care in regards to all aspects of vision and ocular heath. Her specialties included dry eye management and refractive surgery co-management. Dr. Mihalacki lives in Cranberry Township, PA with her husband, two sons and two daughter.
The aspect Dr. Monroe particularly enjoys about being an Optometrist is being able to provide comprehensive eyecare services to his patients. His special areas of interest are in dry eye treatment and medical eyecare services.
Born and raised in the Pittsburgh area, Dr. Monroe now resides in Plum Boro, Pennsylvania, with his wife and their three children.
Dr. Noble is a medical optometrist and enjoys treating patients of all ages. She has a particular interest in keratoconus and specialty contact lenses as well as myopia control for children. When not in the office Dr. Noble can be found on skis at Seven Springs, playing beach volleyball in the summer and looking forward to the first day of trout season each year.
In 1990 he founded Pediatric and Adult Vision Care with the mission of providing full scope vision care in a patient friendly, professional setting. Dr. Prazer saw an increasing need for developmental vision care so he founded the Centers for Vision Development and Rehabilitation, (formerly known as Wexford Developmental Academy), in January 2008. Here, the emphasis is on providing a place for children to develop the visual skills they need for reading and academics, as well as help children and adults with visual difficulties resolve their visual concerns and improve their quality of life.
Through the inspiration and help of Dentistry from the Heart, Dr. Prazer founded Vision Care from the Heart, a non-profit, free event designed to help those in real need with free eye care and glasses. Through his efforts, the first ever Vision Care from the Heart event was held at Pediatric & Adult Vision Care on February 21st, 2014. His hope is that through his example, other Optometrists around the nation will follow suit and offer up one day a year to give back to their communities and provide a much needed service to those in need.
- Doctorate of Optometry from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry
- Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development
- Member of the Pennsylvania Optometric Association
- Member of The American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control
- Certified provider of Paragon CRT for Corneal Refractive Therapy
Dr. Leroy F. Seria
Having more than 44 years of diverse experiences, especially in optometry, Dr. Seria is one of the most experienced and caring optometrists in all of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Jonathan Skoner, OD, FIAOMC
Dr. Skoner is specialized in myopia control options for young children with progressively worsening eyesight. With over 5 years of post graduate work he completed his fellowship in the International Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control making him the only doctor in the state of Pennsylvania with this accreditation and one of the most qualified doctors in the region to slow a child’s worsening vision. Dr. Skoner has extensive experience in treating children with atropine, orthokeratology and multifocal optics to correct and slow myopia.
He has been published in the Journal of Asthma and Korean Journal of Asthma, Allergy, and Clinical Immunology regarding ocular complications secondary to inhaled corticosteroid use in patients with asthma.
When Dr. Skoner is not seeing patients he enjoys fishing, tennis and scuba diving.
- International Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control
- Certified Provider of Paragon CRT for Corneal Refractive Therapy
- B.S. Juniata College, 2009
- Doctorate of Optometry, Salus University (formerly Pennsylvania College of Optometry)
- Fellowship in the International Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control
Dr. Woodring has practiced optometry in Colorado and then moved back to Pennsylvania where she spent the past 10 years in private practice. Dr. Woodring enjoys volunteering with organizations such as Mission Vision locally and VOSH- which provides eye care and education to international locations such as Haiti. Dr. Woodring lives in Mars, PA with her husband, three sons, and two daughters!