14130 Noblewood Plaza #105, Golansky Blvd, Woodbridge, VA 22192


My Vision Care PLLC

14130 Noblewood Plaza #105

Golansky Blvd, Liberty Commons

Woodbridge, VA 22192


Office: (703) 878-2020

Fax: (571) 285-1143


*Get your single vision glasses in one hour! 

* Available with purchase of all in stock single vision lenses and frames only. Offer not applicable with certain insurance companies. Ask for more info.





Monday         10:00am - 6:30pm

Tuesday        10:00am - 6:30pm

Wednesday   10:00am - 6:30pm

Thursday       10:00am - 6:30pm

Friday            10:00am - 6:30pm

Saturday        9:00am - 5:30pm

Sunday              CLOSED


Patients who have diabetes both type I and type II need a comprehensive annual eye examination. This includes dilation and examination of the retina for any diabetic retinal changes. The diabetic complications include macular edema, hemorrhages of the retina, exudates, hemorrhages into the vitreous and ultimate loss of vision. The key point to delay these complications is an excellent control of the blood sugar level. Individuals with diabetes will have blurry vision because of the fluctuations in their blood sugar levels. Both an increase and a decrease in the blood sugar level may cause a blurry vision. It is ideal to get the refraction done when your blood sugar level is stable. Diabetes has other complications such as cataracts, glaucoma, subconjunctival hemorrhage, etc.
Dr. Ashfaq and his team at My Vision Care are dedicated in providing a comprehensive eye exam including diabetic eye exams and advise the patients to have it done on a yearly basis.Call to book an appointment at 703-878-2020 or visit our website www.myvisioncarepllc.com


There are a number of processes involved in keeping healthy and functional eyes; the collective term often used is “vision care”. The primary focus of vision care is to ensure that everyone enjoys the best possible sight; within the strategy employed to see that this happens there are a number of individual components; education, complete health maintenance and care plans.

The core of a fully functional vision care plan is the establishment of a program for regular eye checkups. If you have not had nor have any issues with your eyes or vision, checkups every other year are fine, if you are experiencing any issues, then annual visits to My Vision Care, your eye doctor in Woodbridge VA is recommended. When you are at with Dr. Ashfaq, he will first ask you to read from an eye chart, a simple group of letters where the letters at the top of the chart are much larger than at the bottom. As the size gets progressively smaller, the eye doctor can get an idea of the patient’s vision range.

The doctor will dilate the eyes and subject them to a full examination, making sure there are no abnormalities such as cloudiness in the area of the cornea or any other potential problem. These exams are normally given to all patients during their visit; in certain cases the doctor will suggest visits twice a year if the patient is at high risk, such as someone who is diabetic which has a detrimental effect on the eyes.

A person who suffers from astigmatism, nearsightedness or far sightedness will be fitted with glasses or contact lenses which will correct the problem. Corrective lenses which are prescribed and fitted by the eye doctor in Woodbridge VA will bring one’s vision back to what is considered normal.

There are instances where eye surgery is the recommended course of action. A reasonably recent innovation in eye care is LASIK surgery, in some cases this surgical procedure can totally eliminate the need for corrective lenses, but, not everyone is a good candidate for this procedure.

At My Vision Care, Doctor Ashfaq will give you tips and pointers about overall health care and maintenance which will be beneficial to your eyes. It is important to have a well balanced diet containing vitamins and minerals as well as having regular medical check-ups which can identify an area of concern which may impact eye functionality.


Contact lenses have improved drastically, the silicon hydrogel lenses have more oxygen permeability for the cornea and are healthier for the eye. The contact lenses should be replaced monthly or biweekly according to the type of contact lens being used. The overuse of the lenses may cause infection of the eye and damage the cornea. If your eyes get red and sensitive to light while using the contact lens, the possibility of having contact lens induced keratitis is fairly high. In this case, you should stop using the lenses and contact your eye doctor immediately.