Arash Mansouri, M.D.
William P. Coleman, M.D.

Access Eye
(540) 371-2020

110 Cambridge
St Fredericksburg, VA 22405

4516 Plank Rd
Fredericksburg, VA 22407

7961 Kings Highway
King George, VA 22485

4701 Spotsylvania Pkwy, Suite 110
Fredericksburg, VA 22408

2761 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 205
Stafford, VA 22554

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Cataract Surgery Fredericksburg – Serving patients seeking cataract surgery in Fredericksburg and the surrounding Virginia areas

Access Eye has been the local region’s premier ophthalmology-led eyecare practice with five convenient locations for nearly 40 years. Ophthalmologists Arash Mansouri, MD, and William P. Coleman, MD, and a large team of optometrists and eyecare professionals provide years of medical eyecare experience. Access Eye’s team brings innovative, efficient and, most importantly, compassionate eyecare to the community.

More about Cataract Surgery

Much like a camera, the human eye has a lens responsible for focusing light rays. As we age, our natural lens loses clarity, no longer allowing the light to pass freely. At this stage the lens of the eye is simply called a cataract, and vision can no longer be fully corrected even with the use of glasses or contacts. Treatment for cataracts is to remove the now “cloudy” lens surgically. Modern day cataract surgery involves removing the lens through a very small opening in the cornea (the front, clear part of the eye) with a micro-surgical ultrasonic instrument. Once the cloudy lens is removed, a clear replacement lens (intraocular lens implant or IOL) is implanted in its location through the same small opening.

While the primary concern is removing the cloudiness, using various types of advanced lens replacements it has also become possible to reduce, or in some cases eliminate the need for eyeglasses.

The short duration of the surgery, along with its minimally invasive nature, minimize any discomfort. The majority of cataract surgeries are performed by using topical or local anesthetics such as eye drops directly applied to the eye. Cataract surgery patients recover from the procedure quickly and resume most of their normal activities within a few days.

What Do Patients Say about Access Eye?

“Dr. Mansouri is a miraculous doctor, very gifted. Explains all and inspires confidence.”
— Mollie and Benjamin Flint

“Dear Doctor Mansouri, Thank you so much for your good care. Every time I think of you my heart fills with gratitude, for you were kind, efficient and caring. And thanks to you I feel so much better. May God bless you and your family.”
— Mrs. Josephine Bondoki

“The care I received was by far the best.  The staff is the finest in Fredericksburg and Dr. Mansouri is a godsend to all who need his care.”
— Anonymous

More about the Doctors at Access Eye

Arash Mansouri, M.D., had early aspirations of becoming a doctor. He is a graduate of George Mason University and the Medical College of Virginia and completed his ophthalmology residency program at Duke University Eye Center in Durham, N.C. Dr. Mansouri received numerous awards and accolades during his education and training. He is a former faculty member at the Wilmer Eye Institute of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Dr. Mansouri’s areas of focus include advanced intraocular lens implants during cataract surgery, laser vision correction, the surgical and medical management of glaucoma, diabetic eye disease treatment and upper eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty).

William P. Coleman, M.D., is a graduate of Washington & Lee University and the Medical College of Virginia. Throughout his professional career he has remained at the forefront of advances in ophthalmology; for example, he was an early adopter of no-stitch, no-patch cataract surgery.

Dr. Coleman belongs to the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the Virginia Society of Ophthalmology and other professional organizations.

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