Dr. Wagh is a residency-trained medical optometrist who received her Doctor of Optometry degree from MCPHS University in Massachusetts. Dr. Wagh’s passion is diagnosing and managing dry eye disease. She is trained in using the latest technology, including the iLux machine, amniotic membranes, and punctal plugs.
In optometry school, Dr. Wagh was the Vice President of the COVD Pediatric Club, volunteered for several vision screenings throughout Massachusetts, and is an active member of the Beta Sigma Kappa International Optometric Society.
During Dr. Wagh’s ocular disease residency in Baltimore, she managed post-operative care, including cataracts, corneal transplants, and minor glaucoma procedures. She worked closely with cornea, glaucoma, and retinal specialists, attended weekly grand rounds at Johns Hopkin’s Medical School, and presented at the Annual American Academy of Optometry.
Dr. Wagh has experience in comprehensive eye exams, dry eye disease, eye infections and injuries requiring foreign body removal, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and post-operative cataract care. She is proficient in Spanish and looks forward to caring for her community.
Bachelor of Science
Loyola University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD
Doctor of Optometry
MCPHS University, Boston, MA
Ocular Disease Residency
Omni Eye Specialists, Baltimore, MD