Serving our community for over 70 years

We are a family oriented practice, and our optometric services are offered to both children and adults. We pride ourselves on helping our patients improve their vision and their lives.

Founded in 1952, Nova Vision Center has been serving residents in the entire northern Virginia area with excellence at our current location in Bailey’s Crossroads for the past 70 years.

Our doctors and team are friendly and family-oriented, and they delight in creating long-term relationships with patients. We offer eye health and vision care services to babies, children, teenagers, adults, and seniors. We also offer top designer frames and the latest in lens options in our optical, and our friendly opticians will help you select the perfect eyewear and sunglasses for your taste, visual needs, and budget.

Dodge Perry, O.D.

Dr. Perry graduated from James Madison University and Illinois College of Optometry (ICO) with honors in 2008 and immediately joined the practice. 

A patient of this practice as a very young child, he has gone from hating his glasses, to loving them, to prescribing them for others. He relates well to those who struggle in school because in childhood he, too, struggled due to a vision issue; and after being treated by Dr. Rinearson, made better progress in school. 

More about Dr. Dodge Perry

Dr. Perry enjoys working with all ages, including children who have problems in school. For a student or adult who has suffered from concussion or TBI he works closely with primary care physicians and schools to prescribe and assist in the patient’s recovery.

He is past president of the local optometric board and is a member of the Air Force Reserve.

Dr. Perry is married and enjoys swing dancing, pottery, and rock climbing.

Sarah Terlesky, O.D.

Dr. Terlesky is a graduate of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA and Southern California College of Optometry in Fullerton, CA. She works with patients of all ages but particularly enjoys pediatric patients and those with binocular vision difficulties. She also specializes in caring for patients with keratoconus.

More about Dr. Sarah Terklesky

Dr. Terlesky dreamed of becoming an optometrist from the young age of 10 years old and has been working in various optometry practices since she was 15 years old. During her 4th year optometry rotations, she served at various locations providing eye care to Native Americans, veterans, active-duty military, and their families.

Dr. Terlesky is a personal trainer and advocate for overall health for her patients. Dr. Terlesky hopes to one day incorporate vision therapy into her daily practice so that she can combine her love of eyes and exercise.

She grew up in Charlottesville, VA and participated in many sports (volleyball, track, soccer, and even synchronized swimming). During her free time, she enjoys all forms of exercises, jigsaw puzzles, and spending time with her cat.

Christopher Renner, O.D.

Dr. Renner is a graduate of Berry College in Rome, GA, and the School of Optometry at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Medical Center. He is interested in the care of children and adults with special visual needs, as well as developmental optometry, contact lenses and family eye care. This includes patients with head trauma, neurological disease, and retinal disease to maximize visual function. He is certified by the Board of Optometry to use both diagnostic and therapeutic medications. 

More about Dr. Christopher Renner

Dr. Renner was honored as the 1993 Vanguard of the Year by the Virginia Optometric Association. He sat on the Medicare Carrier Advisory Committee for over ten years, contributing to the formation of local Medicare policy with our regional carrier. Dr. Renner is a consultant to the Arlington Free Clinic, area nursing and rehabilitation centers, the Virginia and DC Department of Rehabilitative Services, as well as a former consultant to the Arlington Geriatric Clinic. He is a past president of the Northern Virginia Optometric Society.

Dr. Renner and three of his children have been involved in Remote Area Medical Volunteer Corps eyecare services and in October 2009 were featured on NBC News regarding health care reform. He was also featured on WAMU radio regarding the use of electronic medical records.

He is an assistant scoutmaster with the Boy Scouts of America. Dr. Renner is married and has four children and two grandchildren. He enjoys running, cycling, and soccer, as well as caring for the many family pets.