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Doylestown, PA

501 Hyde Park
Route 202
Doylestown, PA 18902
Phone: 215-230-9200
Fax: 215-230-9292

Hours

Monday 8am – 5pm
Tuesday 7am – 7pm
Wednesday 7am – 8pm
Thursday 7 am- 8pm
Friday 7am – 5pm
*Saturday (3rd Saturday of the Month) 1pm
*Saturday hours and dates are subject to change. If you do not have a scheduled appointment already, please call our office before coming in to confirm we are open.

Hopewell, NJ

2 Capital Way
Suite 326
Pennington, NJ 08534
Phone: 609-882-8833
Fax: 609-882-0077

Hours

Monday 7am – 5pm
Tuesday 7am – 7pm
Wednesday 7am – 8pm
Thursday 7am – 8pm
Friday 8am-5pm
*Saturday (1st and 4th Saturdays of the Month) 8am – 1pm
*Saturday hours and dates are subject to change. If you do not have a scheduled appointment already, please call our office before coming in to confirm we are open.

Hamilton, NJ

1445 Whitehorse-Mercerville Rd
Suite 106
Hamilton, NJ 08619
Phone: 609-890-0772
Fax: 609-890-0774

Hours

Monday 9am – 5pm
Tuesday 8am – 8pm
Wednesday 12pm – 8pm
Thursday 7am – 4pm
Friday 8am – 4pm
*Saturday (1st Saturday of the Month) 8am – 1pm
*Saturday hours and dates are subject to change. If you do not have a scheduled appointment already, please call our office before coming in to confirm we are open.

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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Patients for Life: Our Focus at Matossian Eye Associates

By: Pamela Murphy – Front Desk Team Lead When most offices think about patient growth, the first thought is, “Find new patients!” While this is an important factor to the growth and success of a practice, our goal at Matossian Eye Associates is to create a Patient for Life. Patient feedback, providing ongoing patient education and… Read More


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Spring Cope Event 2018

Several times a year, Matossian Eye Associates sponsors a Continuing Education Event for area optometrists (ODs). The event is held after patient hours in the evening in an area restaurant where local ODs are invited to attend so they can attain continuing education credits. The topics are selected by the physicians at MEA and the… Read More


Why Are Annual Refraction Tests So Important?

As one of the front desk team members, we interact with virtually every patient or prospective patient who walks through the doors of Matossian Eye Associates. Whether they are a new patient or have been coming to us for years, one of their most common questions is about the need to have a refraction test…. Read More


How This New Technology Allows Surgeons To Improve Vision Even *After* The Cataract Procedure

The world of ophthalmology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, and the latest technological development could have far-reaching implications for cataract patients as we help them reach their vision goals. Prior to cataract surgery, we take measurements in great detail, including the length of the eye and the curvature of the cornea. We use… Read More


What Is Glaucoma and What Are The Latest Developments For Its Treatment?

What Is Glaucoma? One of the most common conditions that we treat at Matossian Eye Associates is a group of diseases called glaucoma. Glaucoma damages the optic nerve, and without proper treatment, the end result of glaucoma could be vision loss or even blindness. The good news is that when detected and treated early, patients… Read More


5 Simple Steps Every Diabetic Should Follow To Reduce The Risk of Diabetic Retinopathy

Living with diabetes requires a structured plan and routine. Being intentional about your diet, taking medications, even performing frequent blood tests in certain instances, all factor into this. What’s more, diabetes puts patients at a much higher risk of developing certain eye diseases, including diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and cataracts. The good news is that diabetics… Read More


How “Enchroma Glasses” Could Solve Your Color Blindness Problems

What Is Color Blindness? Color Blindness, which is also referred to as color vision deficiency, is a condition in which a person’s eyes are unable to see different colors under natural light. This can cause problems in everyday life – from traffic signals to warning signs. The retina contains approximately 6 million retinal cone cells…. Read More


Contact Us

Doylestown, PA
501 Hyde Park
Route 202
Doylestown, PA 18902

Phone: 215-230-9200

Fax: 215-230-9292

Hopewell, NJ
Two Capital Way
Suite 326
Pennington, NJ 08534

Phone: 609-882-8833

Fax: 609-882-0077

Hamilton, NJ
1445 Whitehorse-Mercerville Rd
Suite 106
Hamilton, NJ 08619

Phone: 609-890-0772

Fax: 609-890-0774

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