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Our Doctors

Meet the experienced and friendly doctors who make Vision Without Limits a proud provider of vision care products and services in Canton.

Photo of Dr. PavoneDr. Christopher Pavone, O.D.

“I always knew I wanted to end up in the medical field. After looking into several different professions, it was optometry that sparked my interest the most. Whether it is helping a young child see the world clearly for the first time, alleviating eye strain/fatigue for someone spending several hours a day on the computer, or diagnosing medical conditions through ocular examination, I get to do what I love every day.”

O.D.: Illinois College of Optometry

Residency: Ocular Disease at VAMC in Battle Creek, MI

Languages: English, Italian

Photo of Dr. HaroonDr. Naureen M. Haroon, O.D., MPH, FAAO

“I decided to pursue optometry because I was always fascinated at the amount of knowledge we gain just by looking into someone’s eyes. Millions of people across the globe suffer from blindness or a visual impairment, most of which is preventable or treatable. I have always had a passion for public health and helping those in need. As an optometrist, my goal is always to address my patients’ concerns but also to educate them about their eye health and discuss prevention of eye and systemic disease.”

O.D.: Rosenberg School of Optometry

Residency: Ocular Disease at TLC Laser Center in Toledo, Ohio

Languages: English, Hindi/Urdu, Kashmiri

Dr. Haroon is an InfantSEE provider and sees children of all ages!

Photo of Dr. BagriDr. Preety Bagri-Pavone, O.D.

“When I was about 15 years old, I started job-shadowing various professions in the medical field. I remember shadowing my own optometrist in Plymouth and thinking; “I feel like I could do this and be happy!” Not only did I love the aspect of helping people improve their sight but I also enjoyed the science behind our visual system. I decided that day I would become an optometrist and I have continued to enjoy my career choice ever since!”

O.D.: Illinois College of Optometry

Residency: Ocular Disease at VAMC in Battle Creek, MI

Languages: English, Punjabi

Photo of Dr. BohdanDr. James R. Bohdan, O.D.

“I became an optometrist not only because I wanted to help people with their vision problems, but because I find eye care truly fascinating. After over 40 years as an eye-care professional, I still enjoy solving tough cases and making people happy. I’ve found the best thing l can do for my patients is to really take the time to listen to them and fully explain all of their options. Then, together, we can choose the solution that best fits their work demands and overall lifestyle.”

O.D.: Illinois College of Optometry

Certified: Diagnostic Pharmaceuticals, Therapeutic Pharmaceuticals