Matossian Eye Associates
A Multispecialty Comprehensive Eye Health
& Surgery Practice
Cataract Surgery & Lens Implants
Gentle & Precise Cataract Surgery
to correct the full range of vision!
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Dry Eye Help
Help for Dry Eye Problems
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Skin & Face Aesthetics
BOTOX® & Fillers for Wrinkles
Eyelid Surgery for Droopy, Puffy Lids
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Matossian Eye Associates is a multispecialty ophthalmology practice with three convenient locations in Doylestown, PA, Hopewell, NJ & Hamilton, NJ. Our leading specialists provide comprehensive eye care and exams for cataract surgery & lens implants, glaucoma, cornea, retina disease & surgery, help for dry eyes as well providing the “best fitting” contact lenses, and are dedicated to providing patients with the very best in eye heath and vision correction.
Whether you need preventative or corrective eye care or detection and treatment of eye disease or eye surgery, the eye doctors on the Matossian Eye Associates team of board certified ophthalmologists & optometrists will provide your care with the most advanced technology and microsurgical techniques, and with caring and compassion.
Types of Eye Doctors
What is an Ophthalmologist?
An ophthalmologist is an M.D. (or Doctor of Medicine) or a D.O. (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine). Ophthalmologists have completed four years of undergraduate school and four years of medical school. After completing medical school, M.D.s and D.O.s are general doctors. Following medical school, the M.D./D.O. has chosen to complete a medical residency for ophthalmology. From there the ophthalmologist may select to complete a fellowship program in an eye care subspecialty. In eye care, different eye diseases call for different treatments. The eye is very complex and different parts of the eye call for different training and expertise. Ophthalmologists who have completed a fellowship have specialized training in one or more of ten eye care subspecialties.
- Anterior Segment Surgery
- Cataract & Refractive Surgery
- Diseases & Surgery of the Cornea
- Diseases & Surgery of the Retina
- Dry Eye
- Pediatric Ophthalmology / Adult Strabismus
- Ocular Oncology
Matossian Eye Associates is pleased to have a comprehensive and highly trained team of Doylestown, Hopewell and Hamilton eye doctors:
- Cynthia Matossian, M.D. – Dry Eye Disease
- Ilya Rozenbaum, M.D. – Glaucoma and Refractive Cataract Surgery
- Priya Desai, M.D. – Glaucoma and Refractive Cataract Surgery
- Sebastian Lesniak, M.D. – Anterior Segment Surgery, Cataract, Refractive Surgery & LASIK
- Elizabeth Tegins, M.D. – Diseases & Surgery of the Retina
- Joseph Shovlin, M.D. – Oculofacial Plastic Surgery, Aesthetics, Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation
- Hilary Brader, M.D. – Medical Diseases of the Retina
What is an Optometrist?
An Optometrist is an O.D., or a Doctor of Optometry. This type of eye doctor has completed four years of undergraduate school and then four years of optometry school. During optometry school, optometrists have externship rotations. These rotations help the eye doctor determine if they want a subspecialty. Following optometry school, this type of eye doctor may decide to complete a one-year fellowship.
- Binocular Disorders
- Contact Lens Fitting
- Dry Eye
- Geriatric Care
- Glaucoma Co-management
- Low Vision
- Medical Lenses
- Pediatric Eye Care ages 9 & older
- Refractive Surgery Co-management
- Sports Vision
- Vision Therapy
Matossian Eye Associates is proud to have a team of specialized optometrists. These include:
- Jennine Lutz, O.D. – Comprehensive Eye Care, Contact Lenses
- Janine Disanti, O.D. – Comprehensive Eye Care, Contact Lenses
- Deena Ghazzi, O.D. – Comprehensive Eye Care, Contact Lenses & Medical Lenses
- Tristan Barreuco, O.D. – Comprehensive Eye Care, Contact Lenses & Medical Lenses
What Type of Eye Doctor Performs Eye Surgery?
Only medical doctors, M.D.s & D.O.’s, perform eye surgeries such as cataract surgery, LASIK, retina, eyelid or glaucoma surgery. When making your initial appointment for a comprehensive eye exam at Matossian eye associates, dependent on your eye history you may see an optometrist. Optometrists at Matossian Eye associates treat and co-manage eye disease as well as perform routine eye care and fit contact lenses. When medical intervention is necessary, you will be paired with a fellowship trained and specialized ophthalmologist for treatment or surgery. At Matossian Eye Associates, the ophthalmologist and optometrist work together seamlessly to provide the best eye care in the Doylestown, Hopewell and Hamilton regions.
Matossian Eye Associates eye doctors & specialists provide eye exams for eye health problems such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration & diabetic retinopathy as well as eyeglasses & contact lenses.
Our cataract surgeons & specialists provide cataract surgery & advanced intraocular lens implants (IOL), to correct astigmatism and multifocal lenses to help patients reduce their dependence on eyeglasses, bifocals or reading glasses after cataract surgery.
Retinal Diseases & Surgery
Our retinal specialists diagnoses & treat all types of retinal diseases and problems including flashes & floaters, retina tears and detachment, diabetic retinopathy & age related macular degeneration (AMD) at Matossian Eye Associates.
Dry Eye Disease
Dry eye disease is a common problem caused by an unstable tear film. Often, dry eye causes uncomfortable irritation & even pain and changing or fluctuating vision throughout the day. With careful diagnosis & treatment, we can help dry eye sufferers expect better, more consistent vision & improved comfort.