Your eye doctors understand how the eye truly functions, as well as understanding how diseases and conditions can affect your vision. Many eye disorders do not have obvious symptoms. Our eye doctors in Franklin, Dayton and Wilmington, OH know how your age and any risk factors you may have can affect your vision over time. They also understand the ways in which corrective lenses, including eyeglasses and contacts, can benefits you over time.
Our optometrists at Ohio Eye Doctors, LLC always have the time to explain the results of your eye examination, offer you options and listen to your eye care concerns. Maintaining good eye health is a partnership, and we strongly encourage you to ask all of your questions and share your health information with us. Your health history could be crucial to monitoring, diagnosing and treating potential vision issues.
Meet our doctors:
Dr. Weston R. Mangold is from the Miami Valley area and has practiced almost 25 years in his hometown. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry and microbiology form Bowling Green State University in 1985 and obtained his Doctor of Optometry degree from the Ohio State University in 1989.
A lifelong resident of the Dayton area, Dr. Wheeler attended Wright State University and graduated with honors from the Ohio State University College of Optometry in 1971. After serving as an Air Force optometrist for 3 years, he returned to Ohio and practiced in Greene county for over 30 years. Finding retirement unsatisfying, he, along with his partner , Dr. Weston Mangold, founded Ohio Eye Doctors and currently operate 7 optometry practices in southwest Ohio. Dr. Wheeler is a former "Outstanding Young Optometrist of the Year in Ohio" and was a clinical investigator for the FDA ,regarding the original soft lens for astigmatism.His professional interests lie in the area of specialty contact lenses and treatment of dry eyes, and he is licensed to diagnose and treat diseases of the external eye.
In his spare time, he enjoys golf, traveling,sci-fi movies and, of course, Ohio State Football and the Cincinnati Reds He and his wife Joan also love visiting and spoiling their 6 grandchildren.
Heather Dolasinski graduated from Indiana University School of Optometry in Bloomington IN. Heather enjoys working with children of all ages and tackling binocular vision difficulties with patients. She has been in practice since June of 2013. Heather grew up in central California in the small town of Visalia. Since she started wearing glasses at the age of two, Heather was naturally drawn toward the field of optometry and balanced optometry and music during her undergraduate studies at IU. Heather still enjoys playing her cello and is looking forward to playing in community orchestras again. Heather currently lives in Miamisburg, OH with her husband and two cats.
Dr. Roark graduated from the Ohio State University College of Optometry in 1970. He is a Past President of the Ohio Optometric Association and served for ten years on the State Board of Optometry of Ohio. Following two years active duty in the Army he was in private practice in Springfield for 42 years.
He and his wife are active in their church and community and is a Deacon at the Covenant Presbyterian Church. Dr. Roark is also currently involved with the United Way, Kiwanis, the Polo Club, the University Club, Clark State Community College Circle of Friends and Foundation Boards. He also understands the importance of donating blood and was certified a “21gallon blood donor.”
He and his wife Margaret have four children and four grandchildren. Dr. Roark enjoys reading, golfing, traveling, grandparenting, and reading with first graders every week.
Dr Roark is located at our new location:
- 70 Hospitality Dr
- Xenia, OH 45385
- Phone (937) 376-9878