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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
Ste 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
Ste 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.

Monthly Archives: March 2019

Droopy Eyelids: What Can You Do About Them?

In the medical world, droopy eyelids are called “Ptosis.” This condition can cause the upper eyelid to block the vision in one or both eyes, which can create a problem when someone tries to read, drive or watch TV. Ptosis is also frequently associated with extra skin on the upper eyelids – a condition known… Read More


These Vision Conditions May Impair Your Driving Ability

Ask any eye doctor about the inherent connection between driving and vision, and you will almost always receive the same response: Good vision is essential for safe driving. Seems obvious, right? But let’s take a look at some specific vision conditions that can compromise your ability to safely navigate the road. What are the Vision… Read More


Allergies: What Causes Them and How to Minimize Their Effect On Your Life

Spring and summer are fast approaching, and apart from the warm sunny weather, for many people it also means dealing with sneezing, sniffling, nasal congestion, red, itchy, burning, and watery eyes. What Causes Allergies? Allergies are the visible symptoms when your body reacts to a trigger. The immune system generates antibodies that cause histamine and… Read More


Understanding the Four Most Common Refractive Errors

A “refractive error,” with regard to vision and eye care, occurs when structural abnormalities within the shape of the eye cause light to focus incorrectly, thus causing images to appear blurry. As light rays enter the eye, our bodies adjust to focus the light, sending this information to be processed by our brains by way… Read More


How Red Eye-Reducing Drops Can be Fatal (if Used Incorrectly)

Can you believe that drops designed to reduce red eye symptoms can actually be fatal if they’re not used correctly? The chemical compound used in such drops, tetrahydrozoline, is totally safe for the eyes, and works by constricting the blood vessels to “get the red out.” When used correctly, products boasting this compound – such… Read More


The Ways Patients (and Doctors) Get Pink Eye Treatment Wrong

Most people don’t immediately think to consult an eye doctor when experiencing those classic “pink eye” symptoms – goopy and crusty eyes that are red and itchy – yet eye doctors are better equipped to treat conjunctivitis (the clinical term for pink eye) than many types of medical professionals. Rather than rushing to the emergency… Read More


A Newborn’s Vision: The World Through Our Grandson’s Eyes

My wife and I recently became new grandparents. Our oldest son and his wife are amazing new parents to our grandson. As I was holding this perfect little baby for the first time, I was trying to remember from my old textbooks… What can he actually see? The visual system of a newborn infant takes… Read More


How to Recognize a Detached Retina

As we have covered in more than a few blog posts here, the retina is a thin layer of tissue that lines the back of the eye that is vital to clear vision. When light rays are focused by the cornea and lens onto the retina, signals are transmitted to the brain as images. When… 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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